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Art abounds on Bainbridge
Art Walk gains momemtum with more venues, music
In addition to the various galleries in downtown Winslow and around the island, there’s a growing number of restaurants featuring new work on their walls each month as well.
For more information, visit Bainbridge Island Downtown Assocation’s website at www.bainbridgedowntown.org
Bainbridge Art Museum
Discovery Center, Winslow Way
Bainbridge Art Museum presents a group show with Little and Lewis, Max Grover, Elizabeth Smith, Barbara Berger and Kristen Tollefson - all of whom will be present to greet those who come by during Art Walk (plus a couple of surprise pieces).
Bainbridge Arts & Crafts
151 Winslow Way
Is the human brain powerfully and fundamentally attracted to patterns? Playing with patterns in glass, fiber, wood, ceramics, paper, and paint, 19 artists participate in BAC’s November show “Patterns.” Reception during Art Walk. www.bainbridgeartscrafts.org.
Bainbridge Performing Arts
200 Madison Ave.
“Angelic and Organic Forms” features photography by BryAnn Bingham and metal/glass sculpture by Myorian Studio. Admission is free. www.bainbridgeperformingarts.org.
Bainbridge Public Library
1270 Madison Ave.
Greg Onewein shows shadow box constructions and other works of art at the Library during Reception 5-7 p.m. Nov. 5 with Gregg Onewein. www.bainbridgepubliclibrary.org.
Fenwick Photography Gallery
292 Ericksen Avenue NE
Fenwick Gallery features abstracts and landscape images. Located a short walk up the hill on Ericksen. Reception during Art Walk.
400 Winslow Way E, #120
Brick & Mortar: Fiber and Metal Sculptures of Britt Rynearson The Bainbridge Island native draws inspiration from the abstract beauty of aging building structures. Her line of home furnishings, clothing and accessories will also be featured.
Opening reception with the artist and music by Ranger & The Re-Arrangers during Art Walk.
126 Madrone Lane
The Director’s Gallery presents work from four new artists: John Clayton, Arthur Egeli, Joanette Egeli and Don Tiller, as well as selected paintings and encaustics from Carrie Goller. Art Walk reception.
Gallery at Grace
8595 East Day Rd.
November 2-December 31
Virginia Davison presents white translucent alabaster stone carvings displayed on tables filled with white sand and a series of shellac plate prints. Artist Receptions: 6-8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 3 and 10:30 a.m.-noon Sunday, Dec. 5. www.gracehere.org.
Roby King Gallery
176 Winslow Way E
The November show, entitled “Every Figure Tells a Story” runs from Nov 5-27 and features the work of seven artists: Helene Wilder, Bainbridge; Martha Brouwer, Seattle; Mary Carlton, Suquamish; Ilene Gienger-Stanfield/Oregon; Don Hazeltine, Bainbridge and Jane Wallis, Poulsbo. Artists’ reception during Art Walk.
Arts Studio Gallery
7869 Fletcher Bay Rd
Through her series of abstract paintings and mixed media pieces Beverly Gimlin explores her father’s experience as a soldier during WW II in “Mapping the Silence.” The heavily painted and highly symbolic pieces depict landscapes in North Africa where Gimlin begins her historical trek as a member of Company M. Opening reception is 6-9 p.m. Nov. 6. Artist talk is 7 p.m. Nov. 17.
Oil & Water Arts
278 Winslow Way
Oil & Water shows works from its many classes and workshops.
8040 Day Rd. NW.
Shawn Agosta’s newest sculpture, Imara, is now complete. Gallery hours are by appointment. www.agostasculpture.com.