Ella McBride (1862-1965) was an internationally acclaimed fine-art photographer who began her photography career running Edward S. Curtis’ Seattle studio. She went on to become an important figure in both the regional and international Pictorialist photography movements and she ran her own successful Seattle photography studio for over 30 years. McBride embraced the painterly qualities of Pictorialist photography enthusiastically. During the 1920s she was listed as one of the most exhibited Pictorialist photographers in the world. This exhibition surveys McBride’s development as an artist and her role in Washington’s early photography community through a selection of over 60 of her images of flowers, still lifes, portraits, and landscapes. Learn more at bit.ly/TAMellamcbride.
Now on view at Tacoma Art Museum through Sunday, July 8, 2018.
- Thursday, May. 24 - Sunday, Jul. 8, 2018
- Location: 1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma Art Museum, WA
- Phone: 253-272-4258
- Price: $15 Adults. $13 Students/Seniors (65 +). $40 Family (2 adults and 4 children under 18). Free Members/Military/Children (age 5 and under).