W. Scott Trimble

W. Scott Trimble is an artist based in Seattle, whose work tends to straddle the worlds between architecture, art, and the surrounding environment. His practice has varied from highly interactive to stand-alone public art and his art forms have ranged from delicate and ephemeral (often using reclaimed and natural materials) to stately and more permanent installations. Trimble obtained an MFA in Sculpture from the University of Washington in 2003 and has created numerous site-specific works on the West Coast including Greg Kucera Gallery, Schneider Museum, Bumbershoot, and the University of Washington. He has also participated in many artist residencies including Bemis, Anderson Ranch, and Sculpture Space, and received grants from the City of Seattle, and King County, Washington.

Wave Sine by W. Scott Trimble. 2014. Part of Mad Campus Exhibition, University of Washington Campus, Physics & Astronomy courtyard. Reclaimed + New Douglas fir, plywood. 10’ x 75’ x 7’.