Welcome to Sculpture Northwest

Visit Island, San Juan, Skagit, and Whatcom counties to discover the Northwest's best Public Sculpture

Sculpture Northwest gallery event Saturday, December 14 from 4 to 8 pm.

Whidbey Island Associate Sculptors are coordinating this with First Command Financial Planning and Banking. Paintings and sculptures are on display and for sale. See the work of Whidbey Island Artists Sue Taves, Jan Hoy, Lloyd Whannell, Lane Tompkins, Dan Freeman, Woody Morris and Richard Nash. Other sculptors represented are Frank Rose and Hank Nelson of Cloudstone Sculpture Park.

We look hope to see you there. The art may be viewed by appointment by phoning Richard Nash at 360.929.6864 or Therese Kingsbury at 360.969.5621 to arrange a tour.

First Command Financial Planning and Banking, 32895 State Route 20, Oak Harbor.

Associate Sculptor Milo White, has opened Trinky Busiu Gallery. 

 Grand Opening is Friday, December 6 from the 4:30 pm to 9 pm. Milo will be featuring his metal creations, as well as Lin McJunkin’s new glass sculptures,  the ceramics work of co-gallerist Brian Somers, and acrylic and mixed media paintings of Ann Vandervelde. Please attend and share the excitement over this new venture in the up-and-coming art and restaurant scene of Sedro-Woolley. The show continues through December 2019. 

 Trinky Busiu • 809 Eastern Avenue, Sedro-Woolley • 360.814.4513 www.trinkybusiu.com

2020 SNW Show June

You are invited to submit artworks for a juried Sculpture Northwest show at Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, June 27 through August 9, 2020.

To download your application PDF please click here.

Matzke Fine Art Gallery and Sculpture Park, 2345 Blanche Way, Camano Island

To view Sculpture Northwest Associate Sculptors’ work click here.

We’re making our region a destination for the art-loving public

Sculpture Northwest is a non-profit organization that was conceived on a dream to fill one of the most beautiful regions in North America with outstanding public sculpture to match the majesty of the natural beauty of Northwest Washington State. Our goal is to promote these four northwestern Counties – Island, San Juan, Skagit, and Whatcom – as a “cultural tourist” destination for those of you with a passion for public sculpture. We assist both established and emerging sculptors in exhibiting and selling their sculpture, and we help these four counties to sponsor sculpture exhibits and place public sculpture in their communities.

E: info@sculpturenorthwest.org

PO Box 5631,
Bellingham, Washington 98227