Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:
Art Museum curator describes summer exhibits now on display

<i>Podcast: What’s Up Bainbridge:</i> <br>Art Museum curator describes summer exhibits now on display


recreated What's Up logo for Libsyn WordPress 300x300Greg Robinson, Executive Director & Curator of Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA), talks about the newly installed exhibitions for the June-to-September summer shows at BIMA.

"Dragon Dancing" by award-winning illustrator of children's books, Pierr Morgan.
“Dragon Dancing” by award-winning illustrator of children’s books, Pierr Morgan.

There are five solo exhibits and two group exhibits.  The solo show artists include Horst Gottschalk in the upstairs main gallery; Pierr Morgan, award winning children’s book illustrator; David Eisenhour (“SWARM” bronze jelly fish hanging in window), Caroline Cooley Browne’s paintings in the Bistro; and master metalsmith, Heikki Seppa.  The group shows include the latest rotation of artists’ books curated by art museum founder, Cynthia Sears; and selections from the art museum’s permanent collection.

"Spring Sea", by Alfredo Arreguin, from BIMA's permanent collection.
“Spring Sea” by Alfredo Arreguín, from BIMA’s permanent collection.

Especially fun for children, families and adults of all ages are the art activities created by Pierr Morgan, some of which will be displayed on the wall of the gallery.

These shows will continue until September 20th.

BIMA is located at the corner of Winslow Way and Highway 305. It is open daily from 10am to 6pm, and is free of charge to the public.  There is a bistro and a museum shop featuring unique art and crafts from the Puget Sound region.

Credits: BCB host: Channie Peters; BCB audio editor: Tim Bird; BCB publisher: Barry Peters.