Thanksgiving Point

Sean Kenney is a renowned, award-winning artist and "professional kid" who uses LEGO pieces to design and create contemporary sculptures for high-profile clients, major corporations, and venues around the globe for more than 15 years. Each sculpture is built by Kenney and his team of nearly 10 artists who work in their professional studio based in Brooklyn, New York. The sculptures are fully glued, steel reinforced, custom-curated and durable to withstand the life of the exhibit. 

 

The 15 LEGO sculptors will feature the following: 

 

Ant Hill
  • 12,9900 LEGO bricks
  • 80 hrs to complete
Doe and Fawn
  • 37,879 LEGO bricks
  • 215 hrs to complete
Monarch on Milkweed
  • 39,708 LEGO bricks
  • 425 hrs to complete
Bonsai Tree
  • 9,143 LEGO bricks
  • 90 hrs to complete
Peacock
  • 68,27 LEGO bricks
  • 625 hrs to complete
Birdbath
  • 14,802 LEGO bricks
  • 200 hrs to complete
Galapagos Tortoise
  • 23,317 LEGO bricks
  • 290 hrs to complete
Pansy and Bee
  • 29,314 LEGO bricks
  • 280 hrs to complete
Gardening Granddaughter
  • 11,294 LEGO bricks
  • 202 hrs to complete
Corn Spider
  • 16,492 LEGO bricks
  • 135 hrs to complete
Gardening Grandfather
  • 35,646 LEGO bricks
  • 334 hrs to complete
Roseate Skimmer Dragonfly
  • 27,788 LEGO bricks
  • 515 hrs to complete
Buck
  • 45,562 LEGO bricks
  • 215 hrs to complete
Hummingbird Feeding
  • 61,107 LEGO bricks
  • 265 hours to complete
Wheelbarrow
  • 29,900 LEGO bricks
  • 205 hrs to complete