We were heading to Pennsylvania after a brief visit to Connecticut. Along the way, Rusko decided to stop at Storm King Art Center. In this outdoor art gallery, there are several sculptures dotted around the beautiful hills of Storm King Mountain near Newburgh, New York (about 50 miles north of New York City). The center was founded in 1960 as a non-profit public museum. In 1972, it began its permanent collection of large sculptures, which you can see today.
The artwork is specifically chosen to fit with the unique Storm King landscape, so everything meshes very well together. It's a really fascinating and unusual experience to see fine art outdoors, where it is complemented by the natural surroundings.