The Vanishing Ice exhibition at the Whatcom Museum in Bellingham is spectacular! I highly recommend seeing the show which covers an amazing breadth of artists depicting polar and alpine landscapes from 1775-2012. I attended the member preview on Saturday night and the show is open through March 2, 2014. I am thrilled to be part of the exhibit with two of my Mt. Baker studio paintings hanging as well as a display of field sketches and tools.


I enjoyed seeing a number of my artist friends and acquaintances also represented! Anna McKee and Cynthia Camlin (who were part of the Ice Stories exhibit in 2011), and photographers¬†Chris Linder,¬†Camille Seaman, and Tiina Itkonen. With more than 90 works of art, I can’t list out all the other amazing works and artists here, so I sincerely hope you can see the show before it ends! On that note, one piece needs to be seen before it melts.¬†Artist Jwoti Duwadi partnered with Bellingham Cold Storage to create this 10 foot cube of ice.

photo credit: Darin Reid