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  • 2016 Camp Brotherhood Wrap-Up

    29th Annual Stone Carving Symposium at Camp Brotherhood, Mount Vernon, WA
    July 9 - 16th, 2016

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    We had a wonderful week at Camp Brotherhood in Mount Vernon, WA with over 80 of our closest stone carving friends, celebrating camaraderie, knowledge and inspiration while working on a variety of stone; from jade pendants with Deborah Wilson to making custom tool grips and maquettes with Georg Schmerholz and watching Senden Blackwood transform a large Olivine boulder to a sleek and polished form. Instructors Tamara Buchanan and Ruth Mueseler mentored several beginning carvers in the "Tappers Tent" throughout the week.


    We had an amazing group of scholarship/work study members who assisted with set up and breakdown under the guidance of the Field Crew led by Pat Barton and Rich Andler, our Scholarship Auction organizer Therese Dougherty, Auctioneer Al Mangold, our Symposium Director, Cyra Jane, party planners Therese Kingsbury and Oliver Harwood - plus Bruce Wickler photographer/Jade tent assistant - all of whom made the week flow effortlessly.

    We celebrated with evenings on the deck outside Rogers Hall sipping wine to deep conversations around the campfire. And we invited the public to the field on Saturday for an Outdoor Sculpture Show - hundreds showed up and appreciated the effort and beauty of our creations.

    Laughter, fun, creativity and lifelong friends made.We look forward to another full week of stone carving next year (whether at Camp B, becoming Camp Korey or another destination) and hope you will join us!!

    Check out more photos from our event on our Facebook Page


    Thank you Bruce Wickler for these photos!
  • 2016 Outdoor Sculpture Show

    NWSSA's 29th Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show
    July 16, 2016
    Mount Vernon, WA

    Camp B Sculpture Show
     

    The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association Celebrates our 29th Anniversary with an Outdoor Sculpture Show on
    Saturday, July 16th, 2016 
    from 11 am - 4 pm


    Our week-long International Stone Carving Symposium culminates with a member art show in the meadow of Camp Brotherhood in Mt. Vernon. See over 80 artists at work, over 100 sculptures for sale, learn about the stone and tools used to create these 3-dimensional works of art. Rain or Shine!


    Camp Brotherhood at Treacy Levine Center
    24880 Brotherhood Road
    Mount Vernon, WA 98274

    For Directions, Click Here
  • 2017 Camp Pilgrim Firs Symposium Registration

    30th Annual International Stone Carving Symposium
    at Camp Pilgrim Firs, Port Orchard, WA 
    July 8th-15th 2017

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    We invite you to join us at Camp Pilgrim Firs for up to eight full days of playing with stone, communing with nature, and enjoying the camaraderie of fellow stone enthusiasts. Bring yourself, your creative energy, your humor, tools, and a favorite piece of stone. If you don’t have stone or tools, we have an entire tent set up for beginners with tools and instructors.
    The Camp provides cabins and lodges that are connected by walking paths through the forested grounds and three full meals a day, so you’ll have the ultimate freedom to delve into carving and making friends. Evenings are filled with slideshows, informational talks, a hoot of a fundraising auction, a music-filled final night party, campfires and even nighttime swims in the lake.
    Stone and tools are available for purchase by our vendors.

    Accommodations
    The Camp has two lodges with shared common areas and bathrooms with multiple dorm-style rooms that sleep 3-4 people each. There are 11 duplex style cabins, each with private decks. For those who like to commune with nature, limited space is available for tents or campers.

    Sculpture Walk on the Meadow Saturday, July 15th
    We’ll host an outdoor art gallery that’s a perfect opportunity to show your work in a supportive and appreciative environment. We encourage everyone to bring a finished piece to display and to invite your friends! Bring pedestals if you have them. NWSSA takes a 20% commission.

    Registration
    Register online (below) or mail the attached form with payment to NWSSA, Attn: Cyra Jane, Symposium Director, PO Box 27364 Seattle, WA 98165
  • 29th Annual International Stone Carving Symposium

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    29th Annual International Stone Carving Symposium
    July 9-17, 2016
    Camp Brotherhood, Treacy Levine Center, Mount Vernon, WA


    The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association invites you to join us at the Treacy Levine Center at Camp Brotherhood for up to eight days of stone carving, communing with nature, and enjoying the camaraderie of fellow stone enthusiasts. Bring yourself, your creative energy, your humor, tools, and a favorite piece of stone. If you don’t have stone or tools, we have an entire tent set up for beginners with tools and instructors.

    Guest Artists:
  • 2nd Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show at Suttle Lake

    2nd Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show
    August 27th 11 am – 4 pm
    Suttle Lake Outdoor Sculpture Show
    Suttle Lake Camp
    29551 SW Suttle Loop
    Sisters, OR 97759
     
    Please join members of the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association for an outdoor sculpture show & afternoon exhibition of our work. Artists will be on site to discuss their art, techniques and stone. Many of the sculptures are offered for sale. Visit with us to learn about and enjoy the wonderful work of this thriving community of artists.

    This event is free to the public.

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  • 3rd Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show at Suttle Lake

    3rd Annual Outdoor Sculpture Show
    August 26th 11 am – 4 pm
    NWSSA Outdoor Stone Sculpture Show Poster
    Suttle Lake Camp
    29551 SW Suttle Loop
    Sisters, OR 97759
    Join members of the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association for the 3rd Annual outdoor stone sculpture show & afternoon exhibition of their work. Visit with over 50 Artists from Japan and the Pacific Northwest region to discuss the tools, techniques and stones used to create their art. Many of the sculptures are offered for sale.

    This event is free to the public.

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  • An Afternoon of Sun and Stone in Volunteer Park

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    Sculpture Exhibition and Picnic
    June 12th
    12:00-4:00 pm

     

    Join Northwest Stone Sculptors Association members for a pop-up sculpture showcase, picnic, and sale on the lawn between SAAM and the Conservatory in Seattle's Volunteer Park. The sculptors will be showing over 50 of their works and will be onsite to discuss the stones, techniques, and set up the bbq.

    Volunteer Park - Seattle
    1247 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112


    This event is FREE to the public.
    Join us between noon and 4pm
  • An Afternoon of Sun And Stone in Volunteer Park 6-12-16

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    An Afternoon of Sun and Stone in Volunteer Park
    June 12, 2016 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
    Volunteer Park, Seattle, WA

    Join Northwest Stone Sculptors Association members for a pop-up sculpture showcase, picnic, and sale on the lawn between SAAM and the Conservatory in Seattle's Volunteer Park. The sculptors will be showing over 50 of their works and will be onsite to discuss the stones, techniques, and set up the bbq.

    Volunteer Park - Seattle
    1247 15th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112

    This event is FREE to the public. Families are welcome, Picnics encouraged!

  • Artist Spotlight: Kentaro Kojima

    Meet Kentaro Kojima Kentaro Kojima

    I was born and raised in Guatemala. My parents, both Japanese, met in Guatemala and had a family and, in fact, they still live there.

    In the 60’s, it was very rare and difficult for a young Japanese artist/designer to get out of Japan, but it was rarer still for a single woman, in her early twenties, to go out of Japan. It was pretty much unheard of at the time. Even today, I am constantly surprised at the resistance some young Japanese people seem to feel about going outside of Japan, let alone altogether moving out of it. So, you might say that the two black sheep that were my parents, met in Guatemala and raised a family of black sheep. (Their life story is a lot more interesting than mine.)

  • Building a "Take Apart" Cedar Pedestal

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    Take apart cedar pedestals are a response to several needs:

    1. Can be outside in the rain and standing in a wet grassy field for a day or two.
    2. Able to take a small amount of abuse and not need to be repainted after every time they are handled.
    3. Takes up minimal storage space - especially if you are an artist with a hatchback or mini van and want to show 4-6 pieces of sculpture, or a non-profit that wants to display 40-60 items.
    4. Easy to assemble and take apart and does not require a lot of skill or tools.

    This design has proven itself starting in 2011 and over the course of a one day workshop in October 2013, 8 members build over 17 pedestals. This article tells you about how to build your own. 

  • Call for Artists

    The following are links to helpful sites with information, resources more calls for artists in all disciplines:

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      Here is a link to the Artist Trust site:  http://artisttrust.org

    CaFE
    Here is a link to CaFE site which serves as an aggregator for artist calls:  www.callforentry.org  


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    Here is a link to the Regional Arts & Culture Council: RACC.org

  • Camp B 2016, July 9-16

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    Camp Brotherhood
    July 9th-17th, 2016

    We invite you to join us at the Treacy Levine Center at Camp Brotherhood for up to eight days of playing with stone, communing with nature, and enjoying the camaraderie of fellow stone enthusiasts. Bring yourself, your creative energy, your humor, tools, and a favorite piece of stone. If you don’t have stone or tools, we have an entire tent set up for beginners with tools and instructors. 

    The Camp provides furnished lodge rooms and three full meals a day for the ultimate freedom to delve into carving and making friends. Tools and stone are also available for sale by our vendors. Sharing information, tips, and inspiration is something we all do. Evenings are filled with slideshows, informational talks, a hoot of a fundraising auction, a music filled final night party, campfires and more. You are also invited to bring a piece for the public sculpture show on the last Saturday.

  • Carl Nelson currently loves Olivene

    Carl Nelson currently loves OliveneCarl Nelson Olivene

    I don’t have a favorite stone, but I’m currently in a serious courtship with Olivene, better known to most of you as “dunite”.

    The stone, as found at the top of the Cascade Mountains by Mount Baker in Washington, is a tan orange on the outside and anywhere from a lime green with veins of deep blue green to an almost solid dark green. If found in the rivers and streams surrounding the Three Sisters mountains in Oregon, they are light tan with that same green interiors. See collection of river cobbles and big pieces from quarry.

    Olivene has a coarse hexagonal crystalline structure (1/16”-1/8”) with a preference to fracture along hexagonal planes. You can see these forms and fractures occurring in the outcroppings and when you attempt to bust apart a river cobble. In collection photo above you can see the difference between the rounded river cobbles and the orange tan quarry stone. Below is photo of one of the pieces from the south peak of the sisters and the inside of a 10 inch river cobble whose rind was cleaved off (note shoe for scale).

    Olivene works well with pneumatic tools (bushing and chiseling) for gross shaping, but the tools of choice for final work will be spinning diamonds. Sintered tools work well but electroplated do a nice job, last a long time, and are less expensive. It takes a high gloss reflective polish with diamond pads and/or paste.

    It’s easy to pull figurative as well as abstract shapes from the stone and has the quality of being translucent when made thin. It’s the translucency that has my interest and causes me to think about forms and ways to get light through a piece.
  • Daniel Michael on Marble

    Daniel Michael talks about stone and shows us a marble piece

    "Feather", 29” X 12” X 6”, marble, stone, steel, 2015Slowly walking through the morning air, listen to the warble of thrushes moving through the remaining trees around the wetlands. A haze of dust begins to rise above the green field. A cloud moves over the gathered workers and their canopies. An energetic flirtation begins. As usual, it seems to beam in from over there, that other. Looking back, it probably starts down in the unconscious local arena. This is reaching out, exploring the environment for something new. Humans have always done and excelled at this activity.

    Beginning anew. Begin anew. Begin. Then it all revolves around anew. This engagement of process with relationship amongst the multitude of things that seemingly make up the world of experience. It’s this unending discovery of novelty that the mind continues to play with, and ego suffers with. This constant interchange of energy and form sets up the ongoing business of creativity and relationship.

    With no thought about it, something suddenly enters into consciousness and gains the spotlight of attention. No warning buzzer, no drumbeat nor introductory preamble, just the flood of associated imagery and storytelling from all possible and imagined references. But wait, isn’t that the most beautiful and stunning piece of stone ever seen? That color, ahhh, it so much brings up this image. The shape itself now conjures some dancing embers of a fire that resembles another dream that is yet to be realized. Hmmm, crystalline structures catching light in just that manner to be seen, to be noticed.

    Yes, that, well, what if this one is moved over here. Stand it up on that vertical. Where does this now set up relation to the world? If, maybe it rolled around, the form from this side merging with the shape there. Oh, this storyline already begins to move towards form. Already the process moves along and tools begin to beckon awareness.

    What about hardness, softness, is it brittle? Spray some water; color explodes. Wait, wait, where was this song going, before the volume was pushed up, before the horns expanded the view? Beautiful, wonderful intensity. Walk away. Rush back. More water, please. Question the scale, the budget, the time. The whole commitment is questioned and yet, and yet it all flows so easily through all this activity.

    Seamlessly lost in the process, a new relationship is established. This new favorite is honored again and again with recurring activity and energetic ritual. The storyline slowly proceeds and locks into the immediacy of the moment. The past having been worn away in worked process, the tale continues toward tomorrow. And perhaps another stone?
  • Giant Lizard Comes to Art City!

    "Lizard" Jim Heltsley Oolitic LimestoneMy studio is located at Art City Studios in Ventura, California. It is one of 24 spaces rented to artists by Paul Lindhard – owner/operator/artist. Jim Heltsley & Duane O'Connor at an early stage of carving the Lizard.

    A few years ago, Paul came to me asking if I would like sculpt something large with one of his stones. Over the years I have carved quite a few lizards out of pumice, limestone and marble and had always wanted to do a large lizard with a saddle on his back.

    I had imagined doing a piece with an invitation to interact with it. It could be a photo opportunity for parents to take a picture of their kids riding it. A possible entrance to a zoo, a large hotel or a park.

    I told Paul about this idea of mine and the next day he came back to me and told me, “I found your lizard.” It was 7 ½ feet long X 3 feet wide X 4 feet high and about 2500 pounds of oolitic limestone. I sat on that stone every day for about a week and finally I saw the lizard!

    I lost a large portion of my eyesight over four years ago and taking on this project alone was a daunting task. At the time I was working with another artist from Art City named Duane O’Connor. We had been working together for about a year and he agreed to work on the lizard with me. That was the spring of 2014.Kids taking their first ride on what is beginning to look like a lizard.

  • July 16, 2016 Outdoor Stone Sculpture Show

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    Outdoor Stone Sculpture Show
    July 16, 2016 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Camp Brotherhood, Treacy Levine Center, Mount Vernon, WA

    The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association Celebrates our 29th Anniversary with an Outdoor Sculpture Show on Saturday, July 16th, 2016 from 11 am - 4 pm
    Our week-long International Stone Carving Symposium culminates with an art show in the meadow of Camp Brotherhood in Mt. Vernon. See artists at work, learn about the stone and tools used to create these 3-dimensional works of art. Rain or Shine!
  • NW Flower & Garden Show 2016

    NWSSA’S BOOTH AT THE 2016 NORTHWEST FLOWER AND GARDEN SHOWGarden Show Booth
    By K. Monika Hawkinson


    I am pleased to report that our booth at this year’s Northwest Flower and Garden Show was a complete success. The responses we got from many visitors were so encouraging. Like the family that wandered with all three of them having to try their hand at carving in the demo booth, and then continuing to talk with Nicki Oberholtzer for another half hour about Camp B. Or the moment I looked over at the demo booth to see a family of six or seven all gathered around, with their faces just beaming with joy and amazement while Nicky was chiseling away. Moments like that made this year’s show so worthwhile for me. I am totally hooked.

    There were thirty-six sculptures from fourteen different artists on display this year. The variety and quality of the work really showed what fantastic talent we have in our group. From Tom Francis’s pumice “Japanese Lantern” to Sharon Feeney’s “Budding”, our booth was full of many beautiful examples of the range of possibilities that stone sculpting represents. Carl Nelson’s “Black Bunny” got lots of love, Cyra Jane’s intricately detailed “Thorns” drew awe, while Pat Barton’s petrified wood “Hard Wood” was easily the most touched piece in the booth. As a recruitment vehicle for Camp B, we totally nailed it!

    Garden Show Member DisplaySo last fall, Carl Nelson called me up and asked if I would be willing to organize the booth for this year’s Flower and Garden Show. Not really understanding what I was in for, I foolishly said yes. Fortunately, NWSSA has some great people that picked up the slack when I was overwhelmed with my new job. Pat Barton, Nicky Oberholtzer, Cyra Jane Hobson, Renee Roberts and Carl Nelson all provided invaluable support in making this show happen for us. I cannot thank them enough. I also want to give a big thank you to the folks that volunteered to work the booth even when they weren’t exhibiting any of their own work. You were such a big help! And thank you to the artists that made this all possible.
  • Outdoor Stone Sculpture Show - Port Orchard

    The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association 
    Celebrates our 30th Anniversary

    with an Outdoor Sculpture Show 
    on Saturday, July 15th, 2017 
    from 11 am - 4 pm

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    Our week-long 30th Annual International Stone Carving Symposium culminates with an art show at Camp Pilgrim Firs in Port Orchard, WA. 
    See artists at work, learn about the stone and tools used to create these 3-dimensional works of art. Rain or Shine!

    Camp Pilgrim Firs
    3318 Lake Flora Rd
    Port Orchard, WA 98367
  • PR Outdoor Sculpture Show August 26, 2017

    PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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    Outdoor Stone Sculpture Show
    August 26, 2017 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Camp Suttle Lake, Sisters Oregon

    The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association Celebrates our 23rd Anniversary with an Outdoor Stone Sculpture Show on Saturday, August 26th, 2017 from 11 am - 4 pm
    29551 SW Suttle Lake Loop
    Sisters, OR 97759

    Join over 50 members of the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association for an afternoon exhibition of our work on the last day of our week-long Annual International Stone Carving Symposium with an art show at Camp Suttle Lake in Sisters, Oregon. Stone carving is an age old art form that has captured the imagination and hearts of hundreds of Pacific Northwest Artists. In order to bring voice to the stones, we employ a variety of techniques and tools from hand working to large power tools. Chat with Artists from Japan and the Pacific Northwest region to discuss the tools, techniques, and stones used to create their art. Many of the sculptures are offered for sale. Visit with us to learn about and enjoy the wonderful work of this thriving community of artists.

    This event is FREE to the public. Families are welcome!

    About the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association
    NWSSA is a nonprofit (501c3) membership organization serving as a resource for stone sculpture. It develops educational opportunities and provides a support system for all those who love stone.
    The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association was founded in 1984 with the purpose of providing access to stone and stone carving tools and to promote stone sculpting in the Northwest. Our first meetings were held in the studio of Fremont sculptor Meg Pettibone, our Founder. Her dream was to revive the dying art of carving stone. Our first NWSSA Symposium was held in 1986 in the Methow Valley on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains. We have since grown to include stone sculptors and associates throughout the western US, Canada, and other parts of the world.

    http://www.nwssa.org

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  • PR Outdoor Sculpture Show July 15, 2017

    PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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    Renée Roberts, NWSSA Office Administrator
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    Outdoor Stone Sculpture Show
    July 15, 2017 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Pilgrim Firs Camp and Conference Center, Port Orchard

    The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association Celebrates our 30th Anniversary with an Outdoor Sculpture Show on Saturday, July 15th, 2017 from 11 am - 4 pm

    Join members of the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association for an afternoon exhibition of our work on the last day of our week-long 30th Annual International Stone Carving Symposium with an art show at Camp Pilgrim Firs in Port Orchard, WA.

    Pilgrim Firs Camp and Conference Center
    3318 Lake Flora Rd
    Port Orchard, WA 98367
    360.876.2031

    This event is FREE to the public. Families are welcome!

    Stone carving is an age old art form that has captured the imagination and hearts of hundreds of Pacific Northwest Artists. In order to bring voice to the stones, we employ a variety of techniques and tools from hand working to large power tools! NWSSA members will be showing sculpture and discussing techniques from 11 am to 4 pm. Many of the sculptures are offered for sale. Visit with us to learn about and enjoy the wonderful work of this thriving community of artists.

    About the Northwest Stone Sculptors Association
    NWSSA is a nonprofit (501c3) membership organization serving as a resource for stone sculpture. It develops educational opportunities and provides a support system for all those who love stone.
    The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association was founded in 1984 with the purpose of providing access to stone and stone carving tools and to promote stone sculpting in the Northwest. Our first meetings were held in the studio of Fremont sculptor Meg Pettibone, our Founder. Her dream was to revive the dying art of carving stone. Our first NWSSA Symposium was held in 1986 in the Methow Valley on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains. We have since grown to include stone sculptors and associates throughout the western US, Canada, and other parts of the world.

    http://www.nwssa.org

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  • Sculpture NorthWest Jan-Feb 2017

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