The photo “1Rock” by Bainbridge Island photographer Dinah Satterwhite has been chosen for inclusion in the 2018 Washington State CVG Art Show. The photograph is a very simple, almost zen-like image, with every single grain of sand in focus, and a beautiful swirl drawn in the sand ending with a single flat rock, Satterwhite said. She made the image while on vacation at Kalaloch Beach, where she found herself on the beach and happened to look down at her feet and notice a perfect swirl in the sand created by a rock guided by the shallow water. (Photo courtesy of Dinah Satterwhite)

The photo “1Rock” by Bainbridge Island photographer Dinah Satterwhite has been chosen for inclusion in the 2018 Washington State CVG Art Show. The photograph is a very simple, almost zen-like image, with every single grain of sand in focus, and a beautiful swirl drawn in the sand ending with a single flat rock, Satterwhite said. She made the image while on vacation at Kalaloch Beach, where she found herself on the beach and happened to look down at her feet and notice a perfect swirl in the sand created by a rock guided by the shallow water. (Photo courtesy of Dinah Satterwhite)

Fourteen island artists featured in Bremerton show

Fourteen artists from Bainbridge Island are among the talented creatives chosen for inclusion in the 2018 Collective Visions Gallery showcase, more than any other Washington city except Bremerton and Seattle.

The CVG Show, as it is called, is one of the largest in the state, awarding more than $9,500 in cash and purchase prizes.

The selected works of the island artists, and the rest of the 2018 selectees, will be on display in the Bremerton gallery (331 Pacific Ave.) from 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 20 through the end of February.

Voting for the coveted People’s Choice prize begins upon the opening of the exhibit. The juried awards reception is scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, in the Kitsap Conference Center (100 Washington Ave., Bremerton).

The People’s Choice award winner will be announced on Friday, Feb. 23.

The island artists in the show this year are: John Adams, William Baran-Mickle, John Benjes, Sandy Haight, Tom Martin, Kathleen Mitchell, Jacqueline Moseley, Norman Press, Judith Rayl, Cyndy Salisbury, Dinah Satterwhite, Joanne Schoener-Scott, Terry Siebert and Alisa Steck.

Visit www.cvgshow.com for more information, and to view the art.

More in Life

BPA Theatre School now enrolling spring classes

Bainbridge Performing Arts Theatre School enrollment for spring classes is now open… Continue reading

Film Detective 101: Island author explores secret world of ‘Stock Footage’

Don’t let the title fool you, there’s nothing “stock” about James Forsher’s… Continue reading

Noted ecology authors debuts first novel

Noted ecologist Robert Michael Pyle, author of “Wintergreen” and “Where Bigfoot Walks,”… Continue reading

Best Bets for Feb. 15-17 | The Bainbridge Blab

Now that you survived Snowmageddon, it’s time to enjoy the weekend. The… Continue reading

BPA announces 2019-2020 production lineup

Bainbridge Performing Arts’ 2019-2020 season has been announced and is set to… Continue reading

‘My Fair Lady’ back on the big screen

The 1964 musical drama “My Fair Lady” will return to the big… Continue reading

Island students visit BIMA’s latest offering

Kindergartners and third- and fourth-graders from St. Cecilia Catholic School recently visited… Continue reading

‘Dead Certain’ reading set for the library

Island Theatre will present a staged play reading of the psychological thriller… Continue reading

BHS’ Winter One Acts postponed due to winter weather

The second and final two shows of this year’s Bainbridge High School… Continue reading

Most Read