I found another "garden" in Orlando that was listed in the MOBOT reciprocal membership list---Albin polasek museum and sculpture garden---so we decided to go check it out. Hadn't been to this garden before. Founded in 1961, the Albin Polasek Museum & Sculpture Gardens is home to an art collection focusing primarily on American representational sculpture created by Czech-American sculptor Albin Polasek.
Many of the sculptures were created here by Polasek after he survived a stroke which left him paralyzed on the left side of his body. Having no children, he thought of his sculptures as "his children".
"Man carving his own destiny"
"Wasserman/King Under the Sea"
This painting---In the Nests of Great Birds---is about the electoral problem. People are angry. It is about the left fighting the right. The snake represents the power of division. Can be yours for $15,000.
Unfortunately I didn't do a very good job of noting the names of most of the sculptures.
"Stations of the Cross"
From there, we headed back to Apopka lake for a few more hours.