Upcoming Shows & Openings

NWSSA Shows

2015 Sculpture Show

web2015PosterNWSSA's 28th Annual Sculpture Show

 

Saturday, July 18th 2015

from 11am - 4 pm

Treacy Levine Center at Camp Brotherhood

24880 Brotherhood Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98274

This FREE event is open to the public - all are welcome!

This is not a museum show, please come see & touch beautiful works in an outdoor setting. Visit with over 60 artists as they work, learn about the stone and tools we use to create sculpture, see works on display and for sale, or try your hand at carving in our demo booth!


Directions:

From I-5 South, Take I-5 South to Exit # 221 (Lake McMurray Exit). Head East on HWY 534. Go apx. 6 miles to a "T" in road (at Lake McMurray), turn right (south) onto Hwy 9. Go 1.5 miles to Brotherhood Road (past mile marker 39).Turn left onto Brotherhood Rd and follow this uphill to Camp Brotherhood follow signs to Exhibit

From I-5 North, Exit # 208 (Arlington/Sylvana), Head East on HWY 530. Go 3 miles to the first stoplight. Turn left to head North on HWY 9 for nine miles. Look for Brotherhood Road (just past mile marker 38). Turn right onto Brotherhood Rd and follow this uphill to Camp Brotherhood, follow signs to Exhibit.

Image: Ruth Mueseler "Grandmother of Time" photo courtesy of Anne Lancaster


Flower and Garden Show 2015

NW Flower & Garden Show

NWSSA Member Show at the 
Northwest Flower and Garden Show

 
Feb 11th - 15th 2015


The Northwest Flower & Garden Show has been heralding the start of spring since 1989, as gardening enthusiasts from around the Northwest flock to this annual celebration, held in the beautiful Washington State Convention Center for five magical days full of spectacular display gardens, seminars, gardening resources and a marketplace for all things to enhance your gardening passion!

GardenshowThis year, The Northwest Stone Sculptors Association has a 10'x30' booth #2502 located in the educational area with room for about 50 sculptures on display by our artist members.
 
The show runs from Feb. 11 to 15th
Hours are 9 AM to 8 PM except on Sunday, 9 AM to 6 PM.

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2014 Sculpture Show Raffle Winner

Pat Barton Planter Raffle PrizeThank you to everyone who attended

NWSSA's 27th Annual Sculpture Show
Saturday, July 19th 2014

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

Congratulations to Bob C. of Anacortes, WA who won the Sculpture Raffle!

This annual event is FREE and open to the public This is not a museum show, visitors can see, touch & purchase beautiful works in an outdoor setting. Please visit us next year!

2014 Sculpture Show

sm2014SWPosterNWSSA's 27th Annual Sculpture Show

 

 

Saturday, July 19th 2014

from 11am - 5 pm

 

Cascadian Center at Camp Brotherhood

24880 Brotherhood Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98274

 

This FREE event is open to the public - all are welcome!

This is not a museum show, please come see & touch beautiful works in an outdoor setting.

Visit with 60+ artists, see artists in action, learn about the stone and tools we use to create sculpture, see works on display, or try your hand at carving in our demo booth!

 

 

Directions:

From I-5 South, Take I-5 South to Exit # 221 (Lake McMurray Exit). Head East on HWY 534. Go apx. 6 miles to a "T" in road (at Lake McMurray), turn right (south) onto Hwy 9. Go 1.5 miles to Brotherhood Road (past mile marker 39).Turn left onto Brotherhood Rd and follow this uphill to Camp Brotherhood follow signs to Exhibit 

From I-5 North, Exit # 208 (Arlington/Sylvana), Head East on HWY 530. Go 3 miles to the first stoplight. Turn left to head North on HWY 9 for nine miles. Look for Brotherhood Road (just past mile marker 38). Turn right onto Brotherhood Rd and follow this uphill to Camp Brotherhood, follow signs to Exhibit.


Mussel Beach Ribbon Cutting

You are invited to celebrate Gig Harbor's Eddon Boat Park with 'Mussel Beach' sculpture on

Friday the 28th of February, 2014, at 3pm.

There will be a ribbon cutting for the entire park, which is a Washington State Historic Heritage site and an extensive environmental clean-up and restoration project with help the Department of Ecology. The entire project took 10 years to complete.

"Musse lBeach" installation by Verena Schwippert

'Mussel Beach' sculpture by yours truly, Verena Schwippert, was funded by Percent for the Arts from WA State Arts Commission.

My heartfelt thanks go to Pat Barton, Carl Nelson, Bob Leverich, Travis Brown, Reg Akright, Norbert Jaeger, Tracy Powell, Martin Beach, Michael Gardner, Ken Barnes, Tom Monaghan and Mike Sweeney, without who's support and work this sculpture would not exist.

I would love to see all our members and all our stoners and all our friends at the ribbon cutting.

Yours truly
Verena Schwippert

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