Griffis was both interesting and exasperating. It was an interesting mix of traditional and contemporary sculpture. The exasperating part was that the signage is confusing and the road ends in a field. There are no captions because the photos are self explanatory. Read the three plaques to understand the women who precede the photo. It’s history is:
Larry Griffis, Jr. had so much passion and love for community that he let no one stand in his way to make his dreams come true. After fighting in WWII, he decided to leave his life in Buffalo and move to Rome to learn bronze casting. The Griffis Sculpture Park started with a gift from Larry’s mother. The sculpture park is currently over 400 acres of land with around 250 sculptures exhibited.