Trine Bumiller creates abstract landscape paintings that reveal quiet, intimate moments of our natural surroundings. Her practice synthesizes elements of memory, time, and natural phenomena in a way that creates clear rhythms, patterns, and harmony within each work. From a young age, the artist surrounded herself with the natural world having grown up spending her summers on the lakes of North Michigan. Bumiller’s practice continues to preserve a sense of gratitude and close connection with the outdoors and its ever changing presence.
About Trine Bumiller
Trine Bumiller creates paintings and installations that focus on memory and landscape. She has a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and spent a year at the European Honors Program in Rome, Italy. She has exhibited her work internationally at numerous venues, including the University of Wyoming Art Museum; Las Cruces Art Museum, NM; Historical Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sarajevo; Museum of Art Fort Collins; University of Colorado Art Museum; Cincinnati Art Museum; and DMZ Museum, South Korea.
Bumiller has received grants from Colorado Council on the Arts, Rocky Mountain Women’s Institute, and the Colorado Federation of the Arts. Her work has been reviewed in Art in America, art ltd., ArtNews, New Art Examiner, The Denver Post, and Westword. She has completed residencies at Yaddo, Ucross, and Denali and Rocky Mountain National Parks. Bumiller’s public art commissions can be found at the Colorado Convention Center, Four Seasons Hotel Denver, Colorado Boulevard, The Peninsula Hong Kong, and the University of Colorado Boulder.
You can view her work at trinebumiller.com
Courtesy Robischon Gallery.
About BMoCA at Frasier
BMoCA at Frasier is a collaboration between Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and Frasier Retirement Community. Curated by BMoCA, this series of exhibitions in The Canyons Gallery is an extension of the museum’s exhibition schedule. Each exhibition is complemented by a series of education programs.