The Bloedel Reserve is currently featuring the work of Northwest artist, Julie Spiedel, in its first-ever outdoor sculpture exhibit. Punctuating well-loved vistas and landscapes, the exhibit features 12 site-specific works placed throughout the 150-acre public garden.
Guided by founder Prentice Bloedel’s vision that art should enhance the landscape, not detract from nature, Speidel created art to blend harmoniously with the Reserve’s natural beauty and to draw the eye towards often overlooked areas of the grounds. She drew inspiration from the glacial erratic rocks found throughout the Pacific Northwest region.
Exhibition is included with regular admission. For more information visit www.bloedelreserve.org.