Bonnie Rae appreciates the natural, quiet, aesthetic sides of Whidbey Island. In her post “Sanctuary“, she visited the Sculpture Forest and two other local parks (Earth Sanctuary and Rhododendron Park) to fill up her spirit with some nature and art.

“I met my friend Joan for a day of exploring. The Price Sculpture Forest had been on my radar for a long time. I had read about it well before it’s October 2020 opening in Coupeville. At nearly 16 acres and over half a mile of trails, this place is a convergence of nature and art. Part museum, part nature walk, the sculptures (all from established artists) honor and celebrate this artistry of the natural world. The setting itself is stunning with century-old trees, mature rhodies and native understory. A conservation easement will protect this natural space from development forever. What an amazing gift for us all.”

Thank you for exploring and sharing, Bonnie!

Spider web with dew at Price Sculpture Forest park garden in Coupeville on Whidbey Island - photo Bonnie Rae Instagram insearchofthevery
Bonnie’s photo of a spider’s art in the Forest
  • May 2021