Sculptures

Permanent sculptures displayed throughout the Garden beautifully combine art and natural surroundings in unexpected ways. Keep an eye out for them. There's a surprise around every corner.

Luminous Wire Birds

Garden guests are greeted year-round by Cédric Le Borgne's Luminous Wire Birds in the Anne Cox Chambers Garden.
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Radiant Yellow Icicle Tower

The Garden's newest Chihuly sculpture brings a beacon of color and light to Storza.
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TinyDoorsATL

The Garden's Tiny Door features a hand-sculpted magnolia blossom, celebrating one of the Atlanta Botanical Garden's Nationally Accredited Plant Collections and its work to conserve the species around the world.
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Earth Goddess

Learn more about the Garden's ever-growing icon, Earth Goddess, who beautifully boasts 18,000 live annuals, and when she became a permanent installation greeting guests as they enter the Cascades Garden.
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Parterre Fountain Installation

You can't miss what's perhaps the most iconic of the Garden's Chihuly collection – the centerpiece of Atlanta's urban oasis since 2004.
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Nepenthes Chandelier

Look up on your way through the Hardin Visitor Center. A one-of-a-kind creation by Dale Chihuly makes for a colorful start to a day in the Garden.
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Shaggy Dog

Did you know that Shaggy Dog, a Garden favorite, is a gift to honor volunteers?
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Isobel

Delight in the whimsy of a charming young girl surrounded by flowers taking careful steps in the Southern Seasons Garden.
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Helen

Spend a quiet moment outside the Japanese Garden with a sculpture that evokes the tragedy of a young life cut short.
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Garden Gates

Longtime Garden guests will recognize this Andrew Crawford sculpture from the original entrance drive.
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Airborne

Be sure to see Airborne by Moto Ohtake near the front entrance to the Hardin Visitor Center.
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