October 10th, 2024 – February 2nd, 2025              

Beulah Loomis Hyde (1886 – 1983) was an important cultural figure in Tacoma as both a contemporary artist and patron. In the 1930’s, Hyde began a series of paintings that utilized industrial and architectural subjects created in a highly personal style that incorporated elements of Precisionism, Surrealism and geometric abstraction. She became a highly respected figure in Northwest art but limited her exhibitions to regional venues. She was represented by the legendary Zoe Dusanne Gallery in Seattle.

This is the first solo exhibition of Hyde’s work and it will include an accompanying book documenting her life and work.