A new piece of stone sculpture artwork by Marjorie Pease Applegate has been added to the Ault Park Gardens. This piece is part of a series of works by Applegate within Eden Park, Cincinnati Art Museum, and others at Northern Kentucky University, The Village of Indian Hill, the Cincinnati Nature Center, Spring Grove Cemetery, Seven Hills School, and with numerous private collectors.
The piece was dedicated on October 2, 2021 in honor of the artist’s sister, former Cincinnati Parks Foundation Board member, and Founding Women’s Committee member, Ellen Pease Sole.
You can find the new piece in the southwest corner of the central garden in Ault Park. It features a babbling water fountain and is surrounded by beautiful plantings by Cincinnati Parks team members.
About the Artist
Marjorie Pease Applegate is a member in the Women’s Committee of Cincinnati Parks. She has been an artist all her life. She started out painting and then went to the Cincinnati Art Academy where she met the teacher Charles Cutler. She saw his stone work and never looked back. Her first show was in 1971 and since then she has created several pieces that you can find in and around Cincinnati.