Brightwalk is not just home to over 25 families now, it will be the home to 11 environmental art installations that will incorporate environmental themes such as erosion, invasive species, water quality and tree restoration. The project is being led by the McColl Center for Visual Art. It’s art with a purpose.
The first installation is nearly complete. Elizabeth Conner of Vashon, Wash., is the first “environmental artist in residence” for Brigthwalk. Her project is in Anita Stroud park. We’ll have more details of Conner’s art coming soon!