This jaw-dropping ‘Art of the Brick: An Exhibition of LEGO® Art’ has made waves around the world in cities from Brussels to Boston. It has stunned over 10 million people worldwide and is on CNN’s list of ‘Must-See’ exhibitions. Now, you can see this ground-breaking exhibit in Raleigh, but only for a limited time!
See the new Christmas-inspired LEGO® sculpture, inspired by the famous festive tune ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas,’ currently featured at the ‘Art of the Brick’ exhibit in Raleigh until January. You’re probably thinking: those sculptures are made with a ton of LEGO® bricks, and you’d be right. The ‘Partridge in a Pear Tree’ comprises 3,420 bricks, the ‘10 Lords of Leaping’ are made of 38,190 bricks, and the ‘5 Golden Rings’ are made of 4,945 bricks in total. This massive sculpture can only be seen for a few more weeks, so don’t miss out!
For more holiday fun, the ‘Art of the Brick’ exhibition in Raleigh will have plenty of new activities to celebrate Christmas, including a gift hunt with exciting prizes like free merchandise, an opportunity to send Santa a card and put it in his festive mailbox, and special drawings that kids can color.
Secure your spot to this highly-rated experience that has been known to sell out! With 4.8/5 star reviews on Google, we can see why!
Art of the Brick: An Exhibition of LEGO® Art is the most creative LEGO exhibit to see!
This not-to-be-missed exhibition shows how your favorite childhood building blocks can be made into incredible works of art. Nathan Sawaya, a former New York City corporate lawyer-turned world-renowned contemporary artist, is the mastermind behind this exhibit, which shows you a completely new way to look at art.
Beside the newest Christmas-inspired sculpture, you can explore a variety of larger-than-life sculptures, and famous displays that have wowed guests at the exhibitions in Europe and the U.S. You’ll see re-imagined versions of world-renowned works of art, everyday objects, musical instruments, and so much more!
Of course, guests in Raleigh can expect to see world-famous works like Yellow, perhaps Sawaya’s most famous piece, showcasing the torso of a male who rips open his chest to reveal countless cascading LEGO® bricks pouring out of it.
Another highlight for Dino lovers is the skeleton of a massive, 20-foot T-Rex. For classical art lovers, there are unique interpretations of famous works, including Gustav Klimt’s The Kiss, Michelangelo’s David, Van Gogh’s Starry Night, Edvard Munch’s The Scream, and Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa.
“The Art of the Brick takes LEGO® somewhere you wouldn’t expect and shows you things you have never seen before. The goal with this collection of art is to demonstrate the potential of imagination and the power of creativity,” said artist Nathan Sawaya in a press release.
Prepare to be amazed just as the millions of fans around the world have at The ‘Art of The Brick Experience’ in Raleigh! Finally, a compelling art exhibit celebrates a favorite childhood pastime that so many people can relate to. You haven’t seen contemporary art quite like this before!
The Art of the Brick experience has already received five-star reviews from attendees who have experienced it in Raleigh!
Julie B. – “It exceeded our expectations!”
Kelly B. – “It was great. Amazing what can be made from legos. We were able to take our time and go through at our pace.”
Becky A. – “Spent 90 minutes looking at the exhibits and letting grandchildren play in the interactive area. We all enjoyed every minute of it!”