Local woodworking craftsmen Michael Hauser and Ken Price, both of Langley, have created a beautiful, live edge, cherry wood welcome arch that you will be able to enter through after we open.  Michael began this project when he found two uniquely shaped thick slabs of cherry wood from a Whidbey Island tree and envisioned how they could be mirrored to form an intriguing entry arch into the sculpture park.  He assembled and refined the overall design with a third live edge piece that connects the arch at the top, all in collaboration with Ken.

The “Wander in Wonder” message reminds visitors to step into a new world of experience and thought after entering the portal that they created.  We look forward to you seeing this after we open.

Thank you for your craftsmanship, hard work, and enthusiastic contribution of this archway to the Sculpture Forest, Michael and Ken!

Ken Price and Michael Hauser assembling Wonder In Wonder arch at Price Sculpture Forest Coupeville Whidbey Island sculpture park
Ken Price and Michael Hauser assembling the entrance arch onsite
Wander In Wonder entrance arch at Price Sculpture Forest sculpture park Coupeville Whidbey Island
The Wander In Wonder arch
  • September 2020