How It Works

Ribbit the Exhibit I and II are remarkable traveling collections of 20 larger-than-life frog sculptures by Andy Cobb that are available for display in public gardens and botanical centers.

These captivating whimsical sculptures have proven to attract new visitors, reengage existing garden members and outdoor enthusiasts, and increase public awareness of any garden’s mission.

Discover why Ribbit the Exhibit is the perfect fit for every garden.

Our Cast of Whimsical Characters

Ribbit the Exhibit features a whimsical cast of lovable handcrafted frog sculptures, ranging from four to six feet in height and colored with natural patina. Each piece of the installation is welded by hand and mounted securely to solid stone treads or other stable platforms, providing safety and stability in most outdoor conditions.

How to Get Ribbit the Exhibit in your Garden
Step by Step

Step I

Choose Your Exhibit

Click on the magazine cover to see Ribbit I Sculptures
Click on the magazine cover to see Ribbit II Sculptures

Step II

Choose the Time of Year & Exhibit Length that Best Fits Your Garden

Step III

Take Delivery

Delivery Day

Sculptor and metalworker Andy Cobb personally delivers each commissioned piece, loading, unpacking, and supervising the installation of each sculpture to your outdoor space or exhibit.

“The whole process was professional and well-planned. The setup was timely and organized, as was the break down at the end of the exhibit. There were no special requirements for our garden for the setup. We received great support from Mr.Cobb during the exhibit as well.”

Scott Childes

Grounds Maintenance Supervisor, Airlie Gardens

Step IV

Sit Back and Watch Your Visitors be Entertained

“Ribbit the Exhibit drew in people who have not been to the gardens for years. We have had people who have come in four or five times to see the frogs again and again. It has been really effective.”

Janine Powell

Director, Airlie Gardens

“Upon seeing Cobb’s frogs, we knew that Ribbit would be a perfect draw. It is impossible to deny their appeal. Even harder to deny is the fact that overall numbers were up significantly. The whimsy of Cobb’s sculptures was appreciated by everyone who visited, both young and young at heart.”

Kinsley Edge

Director of Development and Marketing, Cape Fear Botanical Garden

“The exhibit opened a new dynamic for Kingwood”

Chuck Gleaves

Executive Director, Kingwood Center Gardens

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