Kimberly Trowbridge (Seattle), is a painter, an installation artist, a performer, and a lecturer on color theory. She received her MFA from the University of Washington (2006). Her first solo museum show at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (2021) was developed during her time as Creative Fellow at Bloedel Reserve (2018-2020), a 150-acre garden amid an old growth forest. Trowbridge recently completed a Facebook Open Arts commission (2021), and was Artist in Residence at Oxbow, Seattle. She is a two-time Neddy Award Finalist (2014, 2016), and an Artist Trust GAP Grant recipient (2014). She is the Director of the Trowbridge Atelier, a multi-year painting program at Gage Academy of Art, Seattle. She has led plein-air painting tours in Spain, Portugal, and Twisp, WA.
Videos and Press:
A Walk Into the Garden with Kimberly Trowbridge:
Art Zone with Nancy Guppy, Seattle Channel:
Solo Museum Show at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
credit: Hunter Stroud.
Recently completed Facebook Open Arts commission
credit: Robert Wade.
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