Robert McCauley’s ink- and paint-stained computer keyboard in his show, “American Fiction,” at BIMA. (Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

Robert McCauley’s ink- and paint-stained computer keyboard in his show, “American Fiction,” at BIMA. (Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

Art museum extends winter shows through February

The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art has extended the run of the fall/winter 2017 exhibitions.

Museum officials announced earlier this week they’d extended the displays through Wednesday, Feb. 14, including Frank Renlie’s “Smile” and select permanent art collection new acquisitions.

Extended through Wednesday, Feb. 28 are Robert McCauley’s “American Fiction,” Nadine Kariya’s “The Hammer and the Peony,” Paul Polson’s “Out Here and Strata,” Lucy Congdon Hanson’s “Serve” and Heikki Seppa’s “Master Metalsmith.”

Spring exhibitions will open on March 10.

The museum is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free.

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