Cloudstone Sculpture Park is CLOSED until further notice.
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Nature and art collide across the 20-acre Cloudstone Sculpture Park.
The Cloudstone Foundation Sculpture Park is home to over 450 works of art across 20 acres by accomplished life-long 3-D artist Hank Nelson.
The depth and breadth of Hank Nelson's work and approach to carving and construction, in the sculptural sense, is both cathartic and awe-inspiring.
With his passing in February 2022, he left behind an expansive and unique collection of sculptures in stone and metal on his 30-acre Cloudstone Sculpture Park on South Whidbey Island.
Hanks’s dedication to stone carving, the environment, and the advancement of educational opportunities in the 3-D Arts is his legacy.
“Use your imagination and don’t be in a rush to ascertain what you see."
- Hank Nelson