BRING YOUR SENSE OF DISCOVERY

The Sculpture Forest is currently under construction, and may be open to the public in later 2020. For updates, come back here for updates, Like/Follow our Facebook page, and sign up for our free newsletter at the bottom of this web page. Interested visitors, sculptors, and volunteers are welcome to contact us before we open for visitors.

You will soon be able to walk through Price Sculpture Forest, a convergence of nature and outdoor art. The forest is alive with surprise. Discover art hanging from trees or hidden behind foliage. Experience an outdoor museum where children are encouraged to wander, investigate, and be immersed in nature. Sculptures will beckon you to view, touch, or interact with them. The Sculpture Forest honors the artistry of nature & how it can relate to the creative inventions of people.

This 16 acre park is set in a forest of century old trees, rhododendrons, and native understory. It is located east of downtown Coupeville on central Whidbey Island, easy to arrive by walking path, car, and bike. Come explore with us after we open.

VIDEO UPDATE ON CONSTRUCTION PROGRESS

YOU WILL GET A FREE SELF-GUIDED TOUR FROM YOUR OWN PHONE

We will be creating a free self‐guided tour of the entire Sculpture Forest for you.

Our app will show you descriptions of each sculpture, including short videos from each sculptor speaking to you about their sculpture and its fuller meaning.  Local history and natural habitat points of interest along the way will also be included to round out the educational experience.

HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE

The Sculpture Forest is for the community. You are encouraged to bring your skills and assets. Be an important collaborative part of this public creation for the future.

Exhibit

Sculptors publicly exhibit your work for sale or on loan

Volunteer

Choose from many different areas that match your interests, skills, and availability

Lend Sculpture

You can become a recognized part of this public creation for the future

Donate

Your donation keeps the park maintained, open, and growing for the future