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Everett Arboretum Sculpture Walk Saturday, August 21st 2021

Evergreen ArboretumNWSSA, Everett Arboretum, Everett Parks, and the Schack Art Center are holding a Saturday Sculpture Walk.  This one-day event held on Saturday, August 22nd is much like those held at the end of our symposiums and the Volunteer Park sculpture walk.  The pedestals will be placed for appropriate social distancing thru-out the arboretum. And there will be a large demo tent at the entrance. This event is FREE to the public.

Evergreen Arboretum and Gardens
Everett Evergreen Arboretum

American Legion Memorial Park
145 Alverson Blvd
Everett, WA 98201

The weekend of August 21 & 22nd from 10am-5pm coincides with the weekend of “Fresh Paint" (see: and the two events are approximately 2 miles away at the Port of Everett Marina, near the base of the New Grand Avenue Pedestrian Bridge (a 4 min drive) and are cross-promoted as something to also attend.

Click here to Volunteer or Show during this event

King County Public Art in the Parks

Three Faces installedMarymoor Park gets its first two stone sculptures!

By Benjamin Mefford

December 2019 marked the culmination of more than four years of work to bring stone sculpture to the King County Parks system.  It is with pride that I announce the installation of our first two sculptures for a rotating Public Art in the Park Exhibit managed by NWSSA.  You should all recognize "Seedling" by Kirk McLean since we featured it on the cover of our latest November-December issue.  If you’ve been to Freeland Studios on Whidbey Island you will also recognize "Three Faces" by Sue Taves, carved in red granite. 

Seedling installed
What is the Public Art in the Park exhibit?

These two plinths and sculptures mark the first step in a pilot project for NWSSA to manage a rotating public art exhibition in King County Parks.  It has been developed with support from, and from the Community Partnership and Grants (CPG) program at King County Parks. 

What is next?

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Making Space Exhibition

Making Space Exhibition
The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association is excited to unite with the Pacific Northwest Sculptors Group for
Making Space - A Collaborative Exhibit
Running October 12th - 15th.

Making Space focuses on the unseen element of sculpture. While invisible, its impact is unquestionable. Join Pacific Northwest Sculptors and Northwest Stone Sculptors Association for this special 4-day exhibition. Members of both organizations manipulate form with a variety of materials to create an enjoyable experience for visitors. Works by 31 artist members of these organizations will be on display.

Opening Reception: 
Sunday, October 13th 12-3 pm

ArtReach Gallery
1126 SW Park Ave. Portland, OR
located in the lower floor of the 1895 First Congregational Church.

Making Space
The International Sculpture Conference is in Portland this year, and will be held across the street from us at the Portland Art Museum. Members of both organizations will be attending the conference and the show.

Click Here to See the Full Show Catalog

Making Space  

Artists In Action Women's Sculpture Show 2020

The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association invites the public to 3 Days of Artists in Action Show and Sculpture Sale

 June 5th - 7th, 20202020 Women's Weekend

ART WALK: Saturday, June 6th

at the Old Alcohol Plant Inn
310 Hadlock Bay Rd
Port Hadlock, WA
6 miles South of Port Townsend

Hosted by 15 Women Stone Sculptors & NWSSA Members

Hours: Friday 11 am - 4 pm
Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday, 11 am to 1 pm

You are welcome anytime during the weekend to visit with the sculptors and watch us work!

Outdoor Sculpture Show - Sisters, Oregon

Saturday, August 17th, 2019 11 am - 4 pm2019 SL Show

The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association 
Celebrate our 25th Anniversary with an 
Outdoor Sculpture Show on
Saturday, August 17th, 2019 
11 am - 4 pm

Suttle Lake Camp
29551 Suttle Lake Rd
Sisters, OR 97759

Our week-long 25th Annual International Stone Carving Symposium culminates with an outdoor art show at Suttle Lake Camp & Conference Center near Sisters, Oregon. See over 50 artists at work, learn about the stone and tools used to create these 3-dimensional works of art on display and for sale.

Free Family-Friendly Event!