Port of M. Munger – 1997

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These paintings all form from images and objects that attract me. Once that spark has been made, the painting flows and culminates into its own world. Very few paintings are pre-planned compositions and are therefore complicated for me to explain in detail. The painting is finished when it forms itself through transitions in color, mood and texture. I want to say it is finished when the painting matches the images in my head, but I believe it is more of a feeling I get from the piece than a replica of a preconceived composition. When it is complete,

Artist: Tyson Grumm

Medium: Acrylic (Acrylic on Paper)

Location: 5 floor, #103 on the map

County Line – 1997

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These paintings all form from images and objects that attract me. Once that spark has been made, the painting flows and culminates into its own world. Very few paintings are pre-planned compositions and are therefore complicated for me to explain in detail. The painting is finished when it forms itself through transitions in color, mood and texture. I want to say it is finished when the painting matches the images in my head, but I believe it is more of a feeling I get from the piece than a replica of a preconceived composition. When it is complete,

Artist: Tyson Grumm

Medium: Acrylic (Acrylic on Paper)

Location: 5 floor, #102 on the map

Hypercenter – 1997

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These paintings all form from images and objects that attract me. Once that spark has been made, the painting flows and culminates into its own world. Very few paintings are pre-planned compositions and are therefore complicated for me to explain in detail. The painting is finished when it forms itself through transitions in color, mood and texture. I want to say it is finished when the painting matches the images in my head, but I believe it is more of a feeling I get from the piece than a replica of a preconceived composition. When it is complete,

Artist: Tyson Grumm

Medium: Acrylic (Acrylic on Paper)

Location: 5 floor, #101 on the map

Flags

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These pieces are contemporary renditions in the classic tradition of botanical illustration, which communicates, in an artful manner, as much information as possible about a given plant. They celebrate overlooked, undervalued, or threatened Northwest native wildflower species in the hope of increasing awareness and appreciation. Each of the plants portrayed has a special link with the human history of the region.

Iris tenax. Tough-threaded Iris, Purple Iris, or Flag.

Artist: Bonnie Hall

Medium: Print (Screenprint)

Dimensions: 20″ × 16″

Location: 5 floor, #100 on the map

Series: Northwest Wildflowers

Kincaids Lupine

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These pieces are contemporary renditions in the classic tradition of botanical illustration, which communicates, in an artful manner, as much information as possible about a given plant. They celebrate overlooked, undervalued, or threatened Northwest native wildflower species in the hope of increasing awareness and appreciation. Each of the plants portrayed has a special link with the human history of the region.

Lupinus sulphureus kincaidii.

Artist: Bonnie Hall

Medium: Print (Screenprint)

Dimensions: 16″ × 20″

Location: 5 floor, #99 on the map

Series: Northwest Wildflowers

Camas

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These pieces are contemporary renditions in the classic tradition of botanical illustration, which communicates, in an artful manner, as much information as possible about a given plant. They celebrate overlooked, undervalued, or threatened Northwest native wildflower species in the hope of increasing awareness and appreciation. Each of the plants portrayed has a special link with the human history of the region.

Camassia Leichtlinii. Large Camas.

Artist: Bonnie Hall

Medium: Print (Screenprint)

Dimensions: 16″ × 20″

Location: 5 floor, #98 on the map

Series: Northwest Wildflowers

Trilliums

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These pieces are contemporary renditions in the classic tradition of botanical illustration, which communicates, in an artful manner, as much information as possible about a given plant. They celebrate overlooked, undervalued, or threatened Northwest native wildflower species in the hope of increasing awareness and appreciation. Each of the plants portrayed has a special link with the human history of the region.

Trillium ovatum. Western Trillium or Wake-robin.

Artist: Bonnie Hall

Medium: Print (Screenprint)

Dimensions: 20″ × 16″

Location: 5 floor, #97 on the map

Series: Northwest Wildflowers

Copa De Oro

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These pieces are contemporary renditions in the classic tradition of botanical illustration, which communicates, in an artful manner, as much information as possible about a given plant. They celebrate overlooked, undervalued, or threatened Northwest native wildflower species in the hope of increasing awareness and appreciation. Each of the plants portrayed has a special link with the human history of the region.

Eschsholtzia californica. California Poppy

Artist: Bonnie Hall

Medium: Print (Screenprint)

Dimensions: 20″ × 16″

Location: 5 floor, #96 on the map

Series: Northwest Wildflowers

Sumi-e 89-12 – 1989

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Artist: Hilda Morris

Medium: Ink (Sumie Ink on Paper)

Dimensions: 53.5″ × 28.75″

Location: 5 floor, #95 on the map

Storm Dairy Farm

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Artist: Sally Cleveland

Medium: Oil

Dimensions: 27″ × 37″

Location: 5 floor, #94 on the map

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