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Art in Place

Cloudstone Foundation and Island Bohemians invite artists to visit Cloudstone Sculpture Park throughout the coming year and participate in Art in Place, a project focused on capturing the unique area in a wide variety of art mediums.

Artists can submit their work to be included in a museum quality publication and other Cloudstone promotional products. Proceeds of the sales of a book and other products will be shared between Cloudstone Foundation and Island Bohemians.


Young artists (accompanied by an adult) are also invited to create artwork at the park and submit their efforts. Free admission.

Visits to the park are by appointment only and include a 1 hour tour and orientation. Participating artists are free and guests are asked for a $10 donation. During the tour, masks and social distancing will be observed. At the conclusion of the tour, artists and their guests are free to explore the creative possibilities of the park.

Open 10am-4pm by appointment. Park closes at dusk.

To make an appointment to explore Cloudstone Sculpture Park and participate in a publication of your work, click here

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Claude Monet Painting by the Edge of a Wood, by John Singer Sargent

Together, let's promote art and nature on Whidbey Island in a lasting way!

Questions about the project? Call Don 360-632-4412 or Paula 206-228-5430

What to bring- Artists must bring their own equipment, food and water. You may want to bring a chair, easel, small table. Porta-potties are available.

Island Bohemians is a program of the Whidbey Island Arts Council (WIAC) a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization.

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