Labor Day at Cloudstone Sculpture Park

by Anna Zefferys 30th August 2021


Art and nature merge in unexpected and inspiring ways at The Cloudstone Sculpture Park on Whidbey Island. The Park is open to all Saturday and Sunday over Labor Day weekend — no reservation required, which is the typical mode of entry at this year-round outdoor art experience. 


Original works by Pacific Northwest-native, Hank Nelson, from towering metal installations to exquisitely crafted, modern stone carvings, create a walk to remember. There is no better time to participate in this exciting outdoor feast for the eyes than the upcoming event “Open To Wonder.” 


Typically admittance to the Park requires advance notice and a reservation. Over this Labor Day weekend, expert guides will be on site to take groups on 90 minute tours of the Cloudstone Sculpture Park for $10.00 per person every 15 minutes. 



The impressive life work of 3-D artist, Hank Nelson, is on display across the 20-acre property and indoor gallery. An accomplished artist with over 450 works to his name, Nelson’s pieces are thought-provoking and inspiring from metal and iron installations to massive marble, stone, and cast bronze carvings.


The Cloudstone Foundation was created in 1993 to enhance the appreciation and advancement of 3-D art through learning programs and tours of The Cloudstone Sculpture Park in Freeland, Washington. 



Tours will leave every 15 minutes. Learn more on


The Cloudstone Foundation provides for the preservation and exhibition of creative works by Hank Nelson and continuing appreciation of art through workshops and events at the Park.


Contact: Anna Zefferys, 917-292-7282,


Posted by WhidbeyLocal
30th August 2021 4:00 pm.
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