I always knew she was talented….

One of the great pleasures in life is meeting an artist as a young person, and watching as they develop their craft over the years.  I first met Briony Morrow-Cribbs  as a graduating high school senior, when I had the privilege of seeing her work at a scholarship competition and recommending her for an award.  (Which she received)  Since that time, more than 10 years ago, I’ve watched her dedication to her art work as it matures.

She has recently completed a Master of Fine Arts degree at University of Wisconsin, Madison, one of the premier printmaking programs in the country.  She also created illustrations for two books by writer Amy Stewart, Wicked Bugs and Wicked Plants.

She is currently having a show at the Davidson Gallery in Seattle, WA, which just received a glowing review in the Seattle Times. http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/thearts/

Peregrine Falcons by Briony Morrow-Cribbs //all rights reserved

Are we pleased to be showing her work at the Froggwell Biennale?  You bet.  Hope you can come see it there.

Rudbekia // Briony Morrow-Cribbs

Be there, or be square

A big thanks to Sue Frause, for alerting me to this review of Briony’s work.


About The Froggwellian

As assistant curator at the Froggwell Cultural Institute, It has been my great privilege to curate art shows at the beautiful house and gardens of Froggwell. This blog is to inform out friends and fans of the artists that paricipate in the Froggwell Biennale.
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