As of January 2016, some popular exhibits at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, New Jersey are "Disruption," Jae Ko's "Force of Nature," Paul Henry Ramirez's "RATTLE" and Nikki Rosato's "Inbound." The gallery also hosts its annual Outstanding Student Achievement Awards in Contemporary Sculpture exhibition.
"Disruption" opened in October 2015 as a collaboration between Grounds for Sculpture and three international sculpture groups. It features contemporary sculpture pieces created by 18 artists, and the general theme is capturing scenes of seemingly small but disruptive forces that impact daily life. One piece in the exhibition, "In My Backyard" by Victoria Fuller, depicts a sort of "circle of life" scene using a log and hose as the focal points.
Jae Ko's "Force of Nature" offers some of the artist's stunning paper relief pieces that utilize sweeping colors and wispy forms. Some of the pieces are as tall as 14 feet.
"RATTLE" showcases some of artist Paul Henry Ramirez's installation pieces in Grounds For Sculpture’s West Gallery. The idea behind the exhibition is to invite viewers into a "sculptural environment." Some of the installations feature bright, vivid colors.
"Inbound" by Nikki Rosato is another highly anticipated installation exhibit set to begin in May 2016. Rosato's creations feature dramatic lines that utilize negative space to create illusions of shadow and light.