Pacific Bonsai Museum Native Exhibit

I attended the opening celebration of the new “Native” exhibit at the Pacific Bonsai Museum, in Federal Way, Washington. This is an exhibit I was anxiously anticipating. Even the rain showers didn’t keep me away!

The pairing of the the artwork of Swiss artist Iuna Tinta alongside the bonsai exhibits works so effectively. The brush style and colors incorporated in the artist’s paintings are exquisite. Here are samples of her work at the exhibit.

I invite you to visit the expressive and colorful artwork of Iuna Tinta that will be on exhibit through October 8, 2017. Visit the Pacific Bonsai Museum website for more info.

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14 Responses to Pacific Bonsai Museum Native Exhibit

  1. This is truly an exquisite representation of two cultures meeting to embrace the profound beauty of the universe of art and nature.Thank you, Peggy for this glorious posting.

  2. Gunta says:

    Wow! This is an utterly exquisite pairing of styles of art. Thanks for sharing it.

  3. Such a beautiful combination!

  4. I didn’t really understand this exhibit until I saw your photos. Great illustration of the artistry of bonsai trees connected with the artistry of the paintings.

    We used one of your photos in a blog post about the exhibit and sent people to your blog post for more. (We are interested because one of the owners of In Harmony Sustainable Landscapes volunteers at the bonsai museum.)
    https://inharmony.com/exhibit-connects-bonsai-trees-with-native-habitats/

  5. Thank you for sharing images from this exhibit! I don’t imagine I’ll be able to make it which is a pity because it is really fabulous. I love the idea of pairing the bonsai with paintings. And what paintings! Whoever chose the pairings did a wonderful job, didn’t they?

  6. I stumbled upon your site looking for info on Mount Rainier. I always get sidetracked and started looking at your Blog and saw this post about the Bonsai gardens which is on my list of things to do. I love how your photos captured the feeling of the Native Exhibit. I can’t wait to go.

Thank you!

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