Cloudstone Sculpture Park showcases the art of Hank Nelson. Surrounded by nature you will find works of carved stone, cast bronze, cast iron, monumental steel, and earthworks. This is a dynamic display, so come each year or better yet make this your destination to celebrate a new season and get a new perspective.

On Whidbey Island in the Puget Sound area of Washington, residents deeply care about indigenous trees, ground cover, watersheds, shorelines, and wildlife. While maintaining eco-stewardship Nelson creates synergistic relationships between the land and his hundred sculptures. Serpentine pathways lead visitors past great pyramids, monumental steel structures, story filled ruins, and spell binding carved stone totems. Conceptual works urge visitors to take care of our planet and our people.

The sculptor invites serious art lovers, collectors, and patrons to make an appointment to come to Cloudstone Sculpture Park. Also, please consider this park as a venue for conferences, meetings, and workshops. The sculptor encourages you to tour these inspiring yet peaceful grounds and create scenarios for sharing the experience with friends, family, and business associates. Go to the Contact section to inquire about these opportunities.