Stories and highlights of what's happening around Cloudstone Sculpture Park
Selected pieces of Hank Nelson sculpture will be featured in an exhibit at the
Whidbey Gardening Workshop, Saturday, March 14, 2020.
Here are some examples of what you'll see of Hank Nelsons "Garden Art".
Cloudstone Sculpture Park Opening to celebrate
International Sculpture Day, April 25-26, 2020.
The park will be open to the public Saturday and Sunday,10am-4pm for guided tours.
Admission $10 per visitor
Photographing Art in Nature is a daylong workshop offered through the Pacific Northwest Art School in Coupeville, Saturday, May 16. The class is lead by Cloudstone Foundation board member and professional photographer, Don Wodjenski.
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Hank Nelson is featured in the
Artists of Whidbey Island series, photography and production by Cloudstone Foundation board member, Don Wodjenski.
The folio of Hank working in and around the stone carving workshop exemplifies Hank's philosophy of a life of creative expression, self respect, and dispelling others’ misconceptions and myths of what sculpture should be.
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A one-day workshop to focus on capturing creative arts pieces in natural settings. Whidbey Island resident, Don Wodjenski is an award winning photographer and art educator who can help refine your photographic skills and creative explorations. Leading workshop participants around Cloudstone Sculpture Park on Whidbey, Don brings his 40+ years in professional photography and MA-Ed in the arts to help practicing photographers hone existing knowledge and gain new experiences in the field and post production
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