“Woodland Reverie: The Art of Helen Loggie” celebrates a defining characteristic of life in Bellingham and the greater Pacific Northwest.
“Spring tends to heighten our love of the outdoors, so it’s perfect timing today that Cascadia Art Museum opens its new exhibition, “Woodland Reverie: The Art of Helen Loggie.”
Woodland Reverie actually features four women: Three Bellingham artists — Loggie (1895 to 1976), Elizabeth Colborne (1885 to 1948) and Z. Vanessa Helder (1904 to 1968) — and award-winning contemporary artist Donna Leavitt of Edmonds. All of them love trees.”
Read full feature Article here: Exhibit Highlights Artists’ Love for Pacific Northwest Trees
Read full feature article here: Exhibit Highlights Artists’ Love for Pacific Northwest Trees