In celebration of its 30th anniversary, the Boston Sculptors Gallery is exhibiting work by all its gallery members and several of its alumni. The group is hosting concurrent shows, one at its flagship gallery on Harrison Avenue in Boston and the second at Highfield Hall & Gardens. Work by the artists can be seen both outside and inside at Highfield and, while the outdoor pieces will be on view through October 30, the 35 works inside the hall will only be on view through August 21.

“We are the only sculpture cooperative in the country that has its own gallery,” said Sally Fine of Falmouth, a founding member of Boston Sculptors. “We started with 18 artists and are now up to almost 40.”

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