Heather Cromwell is a visual artist who divides her time between Seattle, WA and Bozeman, MT. Utilizing organic materials, paper, ephemera, and mixed media she creates compositions of abstraction that suggest both the geometry and pace of urban life as well as the forces and materiality of the environment.
In 2016 Cromwell participated in the juror selected exhibit SURGE, at the Museum of Northwest Art, La Conner, WA. The exhibit addressed climate change, and its impacts, through artist and scientist collaborations.
Her landscape paintings in oil and pastel have been exhibited regionally, included in books, and exhibited at the Washington State Convention Center. Cromwell, originally from rural New England, spent her early career years in New York City as a design professional, and practiced as an architect in Seattle and Bozeman before becoming an artist.