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Nature and art wondrously coexist across the 20-acre Cloudstone Sculpture Park.

GET LOST IN ART

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.

Open to private tours and events.

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Explore the world of Pacific Northwest artist Hank Nelson. Our guides will take you through the Park and share the stories and techniques  behind Nelson's works.
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$15.00 per person 

Tibetan Stone Carving ​

Workshop

 

Learn the art of Tibetan stone carving from the master carver, Sampa Lhundup.

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A Tribute to Hank Nelson

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- Hank Nelson

“Anguish not in deciphering my work; look for the obvious intent. Immerse yourself to the depths of the sculpture, explore the unknown, and partake of the spiritual journey therein."

- Hank Nelson

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Become a member and receive discounts on tours, classes and special events, and join us in our effort to extend the beauty of the park to more people.

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“Use your imagination and don’t be in a rush to ascertain what you see."

- Hank Nelson

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Participate in our workshops or internships to improve your techniques in 3-dimensional art. 

 

Plan Your Visit

Reservations are required for entry. Book minimum of three days in advance.​ $60 tour fee for up to 4 persons. $15 per person for each additional visitor.

Cloudstone Foundation was created to enhance the appreciation and advancement of 3-dimensional art through learning programs and tours of the Sculpture Park.