Van Horn Plaza was dedicated in 1973 to Colonel James H. Van Horn, for his efforts to preserve the trees, plantings and beauty throughout the Borough of Bound Brook.


This building, currently used as Rosina’s Restaurant, was constructed in 1913 by the Reading Railroad, and was designed by William Houghton, architect of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad in the Classical Revival style with Colonial Revival influences.  The Bound Brook Railroad Station is on the National Registry of Historic Places.



The Sculpture:  Sharing the Headlines

“The art of my work is in the interaction. It is not the aesthetic.The bronzes serve to enhance the experience of the landscape and setting, and also civilizes an urban area that otherwise might not be civilized. It people-izes it. It makes it inviting to a human being.” – Seward Johnson



The Seward Johnson Atelier




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