Matt Babcock is a metal sculptor from Seattle who hones nature, animals, and other subjects to their most essential elements to tell a visual story (Discobolos and Standing Otter)
Elizabeth Berrien is an early pioneer and world renowned wire sculptor from Olympia, Washington who creates a wide range of subjects for private collectors, public spaces, and media outlets (Golden Pegasus and Cloud Heron)
David D’Ostilio is a multi-media artist and educator from Congers, New York who addresses ecology and conceptualism with an emphasis on new technologies to add new dimensions for his multiple art forms (The Foundation of Animalia and Fungi)
Gary Gunderson is a kinetic sculptor from Issaquah, Washington who creates sculptures on different scales and loves to provide wow experiences for visitors, kids of all ages, and Burning Man (Pentillium)
Jan Hoy is a well known local multi-media sculptor from Coupeville, Washington who creates cerebral, abstract compositions that span many themes and concepts (4-Up)
Jeff Kahn is a nationally renowned kinetic sculptor from Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania who produces beautiful, elegant, hypnotic sculpture that moves by air and touch (Wind Shear)
Jennifer Kapnek is an accomplished painter and sculptor from Portland, Oregon who has exhibited nationally in many venues with her unique ability to take 2D and 3D art into new directions, settings, and meanings (All Things Equal)
Abigail Maxey is a fiber, lighting, and theater artist from Seattle who has mastered using reed to create twisting, organic, see-through, textural forms that encourage multiple meanings and interpretations (Entwined 6)
Anthony Heinz May is an emerging New York City sculptor and painter with site installations throughout the country, overlapping ideas and contexts of city life and people’s interaction with technology as they meet and approach cycles found in nature (Nature’s Keystone)
Pat McVay is an expert woodcarver from Clinton, Washington who has created many unique, beautiful, and sometimes humorous wood sculptures that are on display throughout the Northwest for both public spaces and private homes (Heading Upstream and Icarus Was Here)
Greg Neal is a talented metal sculptor from Coupeville, Washington who specializes in representing the beauty of birds in various types of steel (Soaring Eagle and Attacking Eagle)
Kirk Seese is a multi-disciplinary artist from Maryland who has created murals, sculptures, and large scale installations across the country, spanning many materials, genres, and creative utilizations of technology in creating art (The Feather)
Jeff Tangen is a creative metal sculptor from Port Townsend, Washington who uses re-purposed materials as material for his fun, intriguing visions that have been shared at Burning Man and various large exhibitions (Playa Flowers)
Sue Taves is a full time stone sculptor from Langley, Washington who has been exhibiting in public spaces, galleries, and art shows for many years; she is well known for her mastery of stone sculpting and her recurring themes of beauty and rhythms found in nature (We Are Water)
Joe Treat is a driftwood and bark sculptor from Bow, Washington who discovered his passion and unique aptitude to create realistic, fun, and entertaining sculptures that make many people smile after a happy encounter with his creations (Tyrannosaurus Rex and Gorilla)
Bill Wentworth is a metal sculptor from Poulsbo Washington who has been creating organic, botanically inspired sculptures for many years and has exhibited widely (Cosmic Sail)
Andrew Woodard is a nationally exhibited sculptor and educator from Madrid, New Mexico with a special interest in creating sculpture that serves as habitat for birds and bees, while he also enables others to participate in art through technology (Life Tree)
MacRae Wylde is a multi-talented, multi-media sculptor from Hood River, Oregon who creates work that span themes of humor, nature, politics, and abstract form (Inside Out 14 and 15, and Stevo’s Dream The Ultimate Flying Machine)
Linda is an experienced artist from Langley who works in many different media, including painting and textile arts; she created custom hand painted trail signs for the park
Michael is an expert woodworking craftsman and park supporter from Langley who has co-led creation of the information kiosks, entry welcome arch, signs, and other important projects
Gary is a terrific local photographer from Coupeville who will be visually documenting and sharing the park as it is created and grows
Ken is an expert woodworking craftsman from Langley who co-led creation of the entry welcome arch, information kiosks, road sign, sculpture plinths, and many important projects. He is father of the park’s founder. He can be reached at Seanair’s Cove Woodworking.
Connecting and educating Northwest stone sculptors through symposia, events, publications, and support.
Promoting camaraderie and sharing among sculptors throughout the Northwest, plus exhibits, workshops, lectures, and interactive meetings.
Promoting and connecting sculptors in the Puget Sound region via shows, marketing, education, and support.
Representing businesses and nonprofits throughout Coupeville and beyond.