Rosalyn Gale Powell: Garden Path

BIMA is delighted to bring the delicate floral still-life’s of Bainbridge Island artist Rosalyn Gale Powell (1928-2007) to the Feferman Gallery.

For many years Powell was represented by Foster/White Gallery. Her work is in the collection of the Seattle Art Museum, Frye Art Museum, Bainbridge Public Library, and hangs in homes throughout the Northwest and beyond. Beginning in the 1980s, she was commissioned to create several posters for the Pike Place Market.

She was raised in England and began drawing at age 5. At 19, she went to Paris and studied portraiture. She moved to Seattle in 1952 where she studied painting at the University of Washington. Her two passions were gardening and painting which translate into her intricate portrayal of nature.

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