STONE SCULPTURES IN KUBOTA GARDEN, Seattle, WA.
Saturday, September 30th, 2023 - 10am to 4pm
Come to participate in the show and to enjoy and explore the 20+ acres of the Japanese American garden in the south end of Seattle.
We need your help to make this a great success!
- Setup will be from 8am to 10am
- The show will go from 10am to 4pm.
- Breakdown will occur from 4pm until 6pm. Please pickup your sculptures as soon as possible after the close of the show at 4:00 pm. We need them off the pedestals so that we can disassemble and load the pedestals.
This joint venture by NWSSA and Kubota Garden Foundation is a chance for you to show your work and to sell to a large audience. Commission will be 20% (NWSSA will ask for 10% of anything sold and Seattle Parks and Recreation takes 10%)
Markos and NWSSA team
p.s. Maps and additional information will be sent as we get closer to the event.
The Kubota Garden Foundation is jointly sponsoring a SCULPTURE WALK with the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association.
9817 55th Ave S
Seattle, WA 98118
Kubota Garden is a 20-acre Japanese garden in the Rainier Beach neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. A public park since 1987, it was started in 1927 by Fujitaro Kubota, a Japanese emigrant. Today, it is maintained as a public park by the Seattle Parks and Recreation and the Kubota Garden Foundation. This public garden boasts paths meandering over 2 red bridges, 11 ponds featuring 140 maple varieties, 30 hydrangea varieties in addition to many other seasonal flowering plants and trees.