In 1970, David Stromeyer bought a two hundred acre former dairy farm in the foothills of the Cold Hollow Mountains. He established "Cold Hollow Iron Works" with the construction of a world-class fabrication studio. The contours of meadows, woods, and mountains have always inspired the creation and siting of David's work. His sculptures are exhibited and collected by museums, private individuals, universities, corporations, and municipalities across the U.S.
In June, 2014, "Cold Hollow Sculpture Park" opened to the public, offering an integrated whole of art and landscape. Visitors have the rare opportunity to see the evolution of one artist's vision over forty-eight years. This "living park" changes as works are newly made and sited, works leave and return from exhibition, and works are re-sited when a piece is sold. This, plus the varied conditions of weather and light, ensures that the visitor's experience is continually refreshed. Programming events compliment and deepen a visitor's experience of David's work, sculpture and other art forms, and the profound yet subtle relationships of the natural and human-made worlds.