Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park hosts the oldest continual artist residency program in the National Park Service. Begun in 1969 by the Saint-Gaudens Memorial, the presence of a figurative sculptor continues to inform and inspire visitors to this day.
Meet the Sculptor-in-Residence
Sean Hunter Williams returns for his second season as sculptor-in-residence in 2023. He is a second-generation sculptor and stone carver based in Barre, Vermont. In addition to sculpture, he loves performing comedy, singing karaoke, and has a love of languages and cultures. At Saint-Gaudens National Historical Park, he will be pursuing studio work exploring contemporary figurative sculpture.
Last updated: May 2, 2023