Before the first home was built, the foundation for beauty and art at Alys Beach had already begun. We allow art to speak within and into our landscape, whether tucked within the natural grasses on the north side of the property or in our parks and common areas. With each piece we add to our collection, we strive to continue that celebration of beauty, of diversity, and of mindfulness of the world around us.
Woven throughout our landscape, an intentional progression of sculpture and environmental art draws residents and visitors alike to consider the splendor of the natural world and the beauty of human creativity. Our community is founded in beauty, and beauty is made manifest as we interact with the pieces at Alys Beach.
“Art within the environment is part of the larger artistic thread woven throughout the fabric of the town.”
Sonia Ebling was a Brazilian sculptor and teacher who often celebrated the interactions of mankind and nature, as exhibited through Alberta. This sculpture is positioned atop a fountain and is located in the courtyard of the Sales Center.
Steve Wagner is a local painter and sculptor with a studio in Grayton Beach, Florida.
Bronze cast turtles and sculpted eggs follow a path through Alys Beach to the sea.
John Aspley designed the teak horses while working closely with a team of skilled craftsmen in Indonesia.
Charles Lawson is a local artist and metal fabricator with a studio in Freeport, Florida.
This sculpture of a dancing woman is a classic Christian Peschke piece, a German artist considered to be one of the foremost representatives of twentieth century modern art. The Tänzerin is formed in bronze with ceramic paint and a Nano paint seal.
Sculpted into stunning Carrera Marble, this depiction of a mermaid interacts with the beautiful environment at Papilio Park.
The Alys Foundation is committed to bettering the community through art, enhancing the experiences of our families and fostering community relationships through the integration of art into the environment.