About HOST

The Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust (HOST) is an educational public/private partnership with the Borough of Haddonfield NJ to enhance the downtown with figurative and abstract outdoor sculptures from acclaimed artists.  Some are permanent, some are on loan or lease from the artist and are available for purchase.  There’s always something inspiring to see.

The goal is to transform this walkable, attractive and historic town into a significant center for juried outdoor sculpture, following in the great tradition of thousands of years of public art around the globe.

Sculptors from around the country and the world are represented with a ballerina, postman, refugee, giant red heart, animals at the Children’s Sculpture Zoo, and many more.  Visit HOST at www.haddonfieldsculpture.org and on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter at HOST08033.

For directions to Haddonfield and what to see and do, please visit www.haddonfieldnj.org and www.DowntownHaddonfield.com.

Stuart Harting

Stuart Harting

Founder & Chair

Selection, Display & Purchase Policies

Several sculptures are owned by HOST and/or the Borough of Haddonfield.  Many others are on loan or lease from the artist through the generosity of our supporters.  Many are available for purchase, with prices available on request.  HOST is also available to represent sculptors in sales.

Submission requirements

  • Works are selected by HOST Trustees and Advisory Board.
  • Artists must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Works must be original, three-dimensional, and safe for children. They must also be suitable for outdoor installation, structurally secured to a concrete pad, and able to withstand adverse weather conditions and high-traffic areas.
  • Sculptures must remain on site during the agreed-upon period of display. Many are available for purchase.
  • Artist must arrange transportation.
  • Artist must allow use of his or her likeness and biographical information for publicity purposes.

Members of Haddonfield Outdoor Sculpture Trust

Executive Committee/Trustees

Stuart Harting
Founder and Chair

Joseph Sikora, RLA, ASLA
Sikora Wells Appel

Michael Willmann, Esq,
Co-Founder and Vice Chair
Non-Profit Development Center of Southern New Jersey

Joseph E. Murphy, Esq.
Vice Chair
International Compliance & Ethics

Joseph Levine
Vice President, Branding
Creative Communications and Graphics, Inc.

George Evearts, GAI
Vice President, Preservation & Valuation
Evearts Jewelers

Christopher Leise
Attorney, White and Williams LLP;
Camden Center for Law & Social Justice

Susan Baltake
Marketing, Management & Media Strategist

Doug Ivill, CPA



Jami Harting
Sales Manager for Medical Devices New Jersey and Pennsylvania

Kimberly Camp
Artist/Owner, Galerie Marie
Former CEO of Barnes Foundation

Rosie Hymerling
Markeim Arts Center

Joshua Koffman
Sculptor; Philadelphia Traction Company

Adam Puff
Financial Planner

Jason Schaeffer
President, Schaeffer Family Homes

Gabrielle Iorio Sylk

Thomas B. Wagner
Architect, AIA

Advisory Board

Leslie Kaufman
President, Philadelphia Sculptors

Robert Roesch
Sculptor; Chairman, Philadelphia Art Commission

Autin Wright
Sculptor; Grounds for Sculpture

John Giannotti, Sculptor
Sculptor; Creative Consultant, Professor Emeritus, Rutgers University Fine Arts

Legal Counsel


Stuart Harting standing with Uno