ArtSEA: Saving the historic Weyerhaeuser campus from development


Crosscut.com

Feb 25, 2021


...This past weekend I explored more local terrain, on a mission to the Kitsap Peninsula. I touched down at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, where Seattle artist Kimberly Trowbridge has a dreamy new solo show, Into the Garden (through May 9). These lush green oil paintings are the result of her residency at the historic Bloedel Reserve, also on Bainbridge (a visit to both makes a perfect pairing). Trowbridge, an expert in color theory, depicts the Edenic grounds of the preserve with a studied eye toward the endless depths of Northwest green: plush moss gardens, a grove of Douglas firs pierced with light, the bright surprise of camellia blossoms, the eerie emerald reflecting pool.

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