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An Afternoon of Sun And Stone in Volunteer Park 6-12-16


Media Contact:
Renée Roberts, NWSSA Office Administrator
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An Afternoon of Sun and Stone in Volunteer Park
June 12, 2016 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Volunteer Park, Seattle, WA

Join Northwest Stone Sculptors Association members for a pop-up sculpture showcase, picnic, and sale on the lawn between SAAM and the Conservatory in Seattle's Volunteer Park. The sculptors will be showing over 50 of their works and will be onsite to discuss the stones, techniques, and set up the bbq.

Volunteer Park - Seattle
1247 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112

This event is FREE to the public. Families are welcome, Picnics encouraged!

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2015 Sculpture Show


Outdoor Sculpture Show 2015 Outdoor Sculpture Show

July 18th, 2015 11 am to 5 pm

Treacy Levine Center - Camp Brotherhood, Mt. Vernon, WA.


The Northwest Stone Sculptors Associationinvites you to join us for an Outdoor Sculpture Show on Saturday, July 18th, 2014 from 11 am-5 pm at the Treacy Levine Center at Camp Brotherhood 24880 Brotherhood Road, Mount Vernon, WA 98274

The NWSSA’s week-long International Stone Carving Symposium culminates with an art show in the meadow of Camp Brotherhood in Mt. Vernon. This FREE event is open to the public - all are welcome!  Visit with 50+ artists, see artists in action, learn about the stone and tools we use to create sculpture, see finished works available for purchase, or try your hand at carving in our demo booth! Rain or Shine!

About the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association

NWSSA is a nonprofit (501c3) membership organization serving as a resource for stone sculpture. It develops educational opportunities and provides a support system for all those who love stone.

The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association was founded in 1984 with the purpose of providing access to stone and stone carving tools and to promote stone sculpting in the Northwest. Our first meetings were held in the studio of Fremont sculptor Meg Pettibone, our Founder. Her dream was to revive the dying art of carving stone. Our first NWSSA Symposium was held in 1986 in the Methow Valley on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains. We have since grown to include stone sculptors and associates throughout the western US, Canada, and other parts of the world.

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