What represents failure and success for artists? Unknown painter Nora Baker visits the Metropolitan Museum in New York in 2016. From there she travels to an artist’s studio in southern France in 1900. Nora desperately wants to get back to 2016 but Paul Cezanne, another obscure artist with his own problems, is not being helpful.
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Artist Leads Post-Play Discussions
Kimberly Trowbridge, renowned Seattle artist and Cezanne scholar, will discuss Cezanne following performances on March 22 and the March 31 matinee.
Kimberly is a plein-air painter, a figure painter, an installation artist, a performer, and a lecturer on color theory. She received her MFA from the University of Washington in 2006. She is the Director of the Trowbridge Atelier of Painting, at Gage Academy of Art, Seattle. She leads painting tours in Spain, Portugal, Italy and Twisp, WA. She is a passionate scholar of Modernism, with special devotion to the works of Cezanne and Matisse. This May she will be an Artist-in-Residence at the Bloedel Reserve on Bainbridge Island.