Bloedel Reserve hosts botanical art exhibit

The Bloedel Reserve will feature the professional work of members from the Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists group during the coming month of June.

The art of Kathleen McKeehan will on featured in the show at the Bloedel Reserve

The Bloedel Reserve will feature the professional work of members from the Pacific Northwest Botanical Artists group during the coming month of June.

A total of 37 colored pencil and graphite drawings will be displayed at the public garden’s visitor center.

Every year the artist group displays their artwork at the Urban Horticulture Miller Library at the University of Washington. The exhibit at the Bloedel Reserve will be the group’s first showing for audiences across the waters of the Puget Sound.

The exhibit will also offer work from a class taught at the Bloedel Reserve by instructor Kathleen McKeehen.

All the artwork displayed at the reserve will be up for sale, as well as a selection of prints and note cards.

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