Frye Art Museum Blend

Loose Leaf Tea | Herbal
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Refreshing peppermint and soothing chamomile complement a myriad of botanicals curated to evoke reflection and memories of natural serenity and connectivity with art and nature.

REJUVENATING
CONTEMPLATIVE
GIVING BACK
BLENDING NOTES

AROMA: Refreshing mint, herbaceous
PALATE: Cooling, serene mild character
PURPOSE: Natural reflection

Blended exclusively for Frye Art Museum. Seattle's free art museum, gracing the historic First Hill neighborhood since 1952.

INGREDIENTS

Organic peppermint, spearmint, organic chamomile, rosehips, marigold flowers, rose petals, cloves, thyme, allspice, strawberry leaf

CAFFEINE-free
BLEND NO. 9989
CREATIVE CONNECTION PARTNERS

Enjoy a thoughtful blend, hand-crafted for the Frye Art Museum, Seattle's free art museum.

Our esteemed partners at the Frye chose the serene artwork showcased on the blend label. From the Frye’s Founding Collection, the painting evokes tranquility and calls for natural reflection, much like the purpose of the blend.

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE FRYE ART MUSEUM BLEND GO TOWARDS SUPPORTING THE FRYE'S CREATIVE AGING PROGRAMS.

About the Frye Art Museum

Founded in 1952 on Seattle’s historic First Hill, the Frye Art Museum showcases local and global artists who are exploring the issues of our time, as well as contemporary scholarship on historical subject matter. A catalyst for the Museum's engagement with contemporary art and artists is the Founding Collection of Charles and Emma Frye, prominent turn-of-the-century Seattle business leaders who sought to promote international understanding through the arts and culture of their time.

The Fryes envisioned a museum for everyone, where the community comes together and where all people are welcome, regardless of their socioeconomic background.

More than six decades into the Museum's evolution, it continues to honor the founders’ visionary legacy by providing free access to art and ideas.

About Creative Aging

FINDING CONNECTION AND MEMORY IN ART

Since 2010, the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, WA has presented a variety of Creative Aging programs, including small-group experiences in the galleries and art studio, one-on-one art-making in care communities, and conferences and workshops on creativity, dementia, and healthy aging that bring together care professionals. Designed to alleviate some of the social, emotional, and financial challenges that a person living with dementia may face, the Frye’s Creative Aging programs serve as opportunities to deepen their life experiences, foster friendships, and build community through art.


Join us in hosting a discussion with the Frye Art Museum on the power of human connection achieved through a focus on present-moment awareness and sensory experiences using art.

About the Artwork

The Time of the Cuckoo, 1907

The Time of the Cuckoo was painted in 1907 by Edmund Steppes, a German artist best known for his otherworldly interpretations of the German countryside, which he explored during his regular summer travels to areas such as the Black Forest and the mountain ranges of the south. This work of art is part of the Frye Art Museum's Founding Collection.

Edmund Steppes (German, 1873-1968)
The Time of the Cuckoo, 1907
Oil on linen 17 1/2 x 20 1/2 in.
Frye Art Museum, Founding Collection, Gift of Charles and Emma Frye, 1952.160

CREATIVE CONNECTION PARTNERS

Enjoy a thoughtful blend, hand-crafted for the Frye Art Museum, Seattle's free art museum.

The serene artwork showcased on the blend label was curated by our esteemed partners at the Frye, to showcase a piece from their Founding Collection, which evokes tranquility and calls for natural reflection, much like the purpose of the blend.

ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE FRYE ART MUSEUM BLEND GO TOWARDS SUPPORTING THE FRYE'S CREATIVE AGING PROGRAM.

About the Frye Museum

Founded in 1952 on Seattle’s historic First Hill, the Frye Art Museum showcases local and global artists who are exploring the issues of our time, as well as contemporary scholarship on historical subject matter. A catalyst for the Museum's engagement with contemporary art and artists is the Founding Collection of Charles and Emma Frye, prominent turn-of-the-century Seattle business leaders who sought to promote international understanding through the arts and culture of their time.

The Fryes envisioned a museum for everyone, where the community comes together and where all people are welcome, regardless of their socioeconomic background.

More than six decades into the Museum's evolution, it continues to honor the founders’ visionary legacy by providing free access to art and ideas.

About Creative Aging

FINDING CONNECTION AND MEMORY IN ART

Since 2010, the Frye Art Museum in Seattle, WA has presented a variety of Creative Aging programs, including small-group experiences in the galleries and art studio, one-on-one art-making in care communities, and conferences and workshops on creativity, dementia, and healthy aging that bring together care professionals. Designed to alleviate some of the social, emotional, and financial challenges that a person living with dementia may face, the Frye’s Creative Aging programs serve as opportunities to deepen their life experiences, foster friendships, and build community through art.

Join us in hosting a discussion with the Frye Art Museum on the power of human connection achieved through a focus on present-moment awareness and sensory experiences using art.

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