Opus 40: Our Neighbors Need Your Help

Opus 40 is an environmental sculpture encompassing over 6 acres at the foot of the Catskill mountains in Saugerties, NY.  Built solely by artist/sculptor Harvey Fite from the 1930’s to the 1970’s, Opus 40 is in need of urgent repairs.

The sculpture park and museum is operated as a non-profit by Fite’s relatives, who have lovingly maintained this sculpture, grounds, his home, tools and work space as a living history of stone masonry in America.

Opus 40 is an American Treasure.  Architectural Digest’s Brendan Gill boasts, “Opus 40 is the greatest earthwork sculpture I have ever seen.”

During the recent East Coast hurricane, Opus 40 suffered serious damage.  A major wall of the sculpture collapsed.  Your contribution will fund the restoration of this unique and masterful piece

The sculpture park and museum is operated as a non-profit by Fite’s relatives, who have lovingly maintained this sculpture, grounds, his home, tools and work space as a living history of stone masonry in America.