Pedvale Art Park
In the northwest part of Latvia, in Courland (Kurzeme), on the left bank of the River Abava valley, next to Sabile town there is Pedvale. After the restoration of the independence of Latvia, in 1991, the sculptor Ojārs Arvīds Feldbergs obtained the manors of Firckspedvale and Brinkenpedvale and started developing the Open-air Art Museum. From September 2018 it is the Pedvale Art Park.
The territory of the Art Park covers an area of almost 100 hectares with a diverse landscape – meadows, bushes, steep slopes, deep valleys, springs, streams and a winding river. It is an ideal place for artists from a variety of creative domains to express themselves by using the artists’ residencies and park areas for exhibitions, concerts, shows and for other artistic expressions that are accessible to the wider public.
The Pedvale Art Park is a unique place where every visitor is given an opportunity to observe the interaction of art and nature.
Stone planting: for one person or for groups. You can participate in planting of stone seed ritual with the assistance of the artist Ojars Arvids Feldbergs, drink stone tea and special stone drink, eat snacks on stones and purchase a special certificate for planting a stone seed.
Walking trails: 1 – 5 kilometres long; walking time: 1 – 4 hours.
1st January – 30th April: every day 10.00 – 16.00
1st May – 25th October: every day 10.00 – 18.00
26th October – 30th December: every day 10.00 – 16.00
Entrance: 1.50 – 3.00 EUR