Also known as the Chauvin Sculpture Garden, Kenny Hill?s Garden of Salvation is a small patch of land covered with around 100 sculptures made by the bricklayer, construction worker, and artist, Kenny Hill. He started the project in 1990 in a rented lot that he pays $250 yearly, and the collection just grew within a decade.
Kenny Hill?s Garden of Salvation featured sculptures with different themes. It was a mixture of Biblical characters as well as local themes. The centerpiece of the collection, however, is a 45 feet lighthouse with sculptures around it as ornaments.
Kenny Hill?s Garden of Salvation wasn?t really opened to the public by the creator, as issues have arisen before he even completed all his works. It is operated by the Kohler Foundation these days.
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