The Sculpture Garden of Ann Morris on Lummi Island


We were able to visit Sculpture Woods, the studio grounds of Ann Morris on Lummi Island the other day, and it was a beautiful respite and an unexpected surprise. On the fifteen acres of Northwest forest which surround her studio, Art and Nature converge. Lummi Island is located about two hours North of Seattle and has about 16 lifesize figurative bronzes which are placed to appear to emerge from the earth.

Visitors to the Sculpture Garden are welcome by appointment. You can call 360-758-2143 or email via Ann Morris website.

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2 thoughts on “The Sculpture Garden of Ann Morris on Lummi Island

  1. Oh, that’s too bad. It’s a lovely book and I was able to look at it in her studio. Next time you visit you should visit her. I’m sure she’d love to meet a friend of Ted’s.

  2. Thanks for this, Marlow. My friend, Ted Lindberg – who wrote the text for Ann Morris’s new monograph/book – sadly passed away in December. He lived in Sooke, outside Victoria.

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