Saturday March 18, 5 – 7 pm, Cozens Museum
Trine Bumiller’s Centennial Art Exhibit Opening Reception
Free, public invited, appetizers, beer and wine
Please join us to meet Trine Bumiller whose works are inspired by her Artist Residency at Rocky Mountain National Park.
This exhibit will be at the Cozens Museum through April 22nd.
Trine Bumiller explores the relationship between memory and experience through paintings and installations that lie at the edge of abstract and environmental concepts. She has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and studied in Rome with the European Honors Program. She lives in Fraser and Denver and was a participant in the 2016 Art Out of Thin Air exhibit held at Cozens Ranch Museum.
Trine’s exhibition, Centennial: 100 Paintings for 100 Years, stems from an artist residency at Rocky Mountain National Park. On display at Cozens Museum, from March 18 through April 22, 2017 are 30 of the inspired paintings.
Trine has exhibited with the Cincinnati Art Museum, Las Cruces Museum of Art and University of Wyoming Art Museum. She has received grants from Colorado Council on the Arts and Colorado Federation of the Arts and attended residencies at Yaddo, Denali National Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. Her work has been reviewed in Art in America, artltd., ArtNews, the New Art Examiner, the Christian Science Monitor, Westword and the Denver Post.
Trine’s work is in the collections of the City of Denver, the University of Colorado, the University of Iowa and Kirkland Museum. She is represented by Robischon Gallery, Denver, Markel Fine Arts, New York and Zg Gallery, Chicago.
Please find more about Trine at www.trinebumiller.com