In celebration of International Sculpture Day on April 30, Price Sculpture Forest is offering guided tours of the park’s sculpture collection by its founder. The backstory behind how the Sculpture Forest was created will be provided and then highlights from the story of every sculptor and sculpture in the park will be discussed. The stroll is intended to be interactive by encouraging questions and discussion with participants.
The Sculpture Forest is set in a century old native forest habitat interspersed with sculptures by artists from the Pacific Northwest, across the nation, and international. It is both a sculpture park and wildlife preserve, where art enhances nature and nature enhances art.
The tour will travel 0.7 miles on a smooth forest walking path, half flat and half on a slope. Appropriate attire for outdoor walking in the day’s weather is of course recommended.