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We’re proud to announce that downtown Tacoma art gallery The Art Stop is currently exhibiting one of our fine art prints! The Art Stop (940 Broadway) and BKB (1734 Pacific) are co-hosting a show to benefit Tacoma’s historic and currently dilapidated Murray Morgan Bridge. All pieces feature the 95-year-old steel bridge and a portion of their sales goes toward its rehab.

We had the perfect photo for the show already in hand. Scott took Murray Morgan Bridge and Mt. Rainier at Sunrise in 2003, and it’s one of our more popular images. The Art Stop is exhibiting a 20×30 giclee print of the photo on hand-stretched and varnished canvas, and sizes from 5×7 to 20×30 are available on all three of our premium media types: stretched canvas, watercolor paper, and darkroom-style baryta photo paper.


The show runs through July 31, so go check it out! We particularly appreciated the suitcase-spanning bridge by Lynn DeNino, the MMB tiara by Steph Farber (both at The Art Stop), and the 3D anaglyph photos (red/cyan glasses provided) by Dean Walch at BKB.

One Response to “Saving the historic Murray Morgan Bridge”

  1. Fiona Walker

    How exciting! Too bad the show doesn’t run longer so that I can plan a visit to see it

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