The Cloudstone Foundation is the vision of sculptor Hank Nelson. Its mission is to enhance the appreciation, education, creation, and advancement of
Open to Wonder
You're invited to Visitor Days at
Cloudstone Sculpture Park
September 4 & 5, 2021
10am to 4pm
Visitors will go on a docent led tour of the 20 acres of Cloudstone Sculpture Park and see over 450 original works in stone, metal, and earth by sculptor Hank Nelson. You will walk through the remarkable wonderland that is Cloudstone and hear how Hank created the wide variety of work in the park. You’ll also learn about Cloudstone Foundation’s mission to preserve the park and enhance the appreciation of 3-dimensional art.
Tours of the park leave the entrance approximately every 15 min.
At the conclusion of the park tour, you arrive at Studio I, where you can explore the gallery of fine stone and metal pieces. Next, stop in at Studio II to talk to a host about enrolling in future 3-D workshops, or make a selection from the Foundation Shop. Then stroll over to Studio III and watch artist’s demonstrations.
Free snacks and water available at the gazebo.
Cloudstone Sculpture Park observes state guidelines for health safety. Please carry a mask.
Entrance fee is $10 per person. Children under 12 free!
Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash, well behaved, and owner attended.
Find us at 5056 Cloudstone Lane, Freeland, Wa 98249
Cloudstone Foundation was created in 2018 to enhance the appreciation and advancement of 3-Dimensional art through learning programs and tours of the 20 acre
Cloudstone Sculpture Park on Whidbey Island, Wa.
The foundation additonally provides for the preservation and exhibition of creative works by Hank Nelson.
With over 40 years of sculpting experience,
Hank Nelson has created a sculpture park featuring over 400 stone, metal, and cast bronze sculptures and environmental installations that reflect his passion for three-dimensional art.
Henry D. Nelson
Art in Place
As a collaboration of Cloudstone Foundation and Island Bohemians we are inviting artists to participate in a project reflecting on the sculptures and spirit of Hank Nelson’s Cloudstone Sculpture Park on Whidbey Island, Washington.
The project is to last one year, August 2020 through July 2021. The goal is to creatively capture the seasons and essence of a unique park area containing over 450 sculptural works by Henry D. Nelson.
Images of work produced as the result of an artist’s visits to Cloudstone are to be collected and published in a high quality book. Read More...