Bainbridge Island Museum of Art
550 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island, WA
Hours: daily 10am-6pm. Admission is free
Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) is a collecting art museum with a focus on the art and craft of the Puget Sound region. BIMA rotates exhibits three times per year and has diverse educational programs, a Museum Store, and Bistro.
Located just adjacent to the Seattle/Bainbridge Island ferry terminal at the corner of Highway 305 and the main street of Bainbridge, Winslow Way, a welcoming landmark and a prominent community resource for quality arts education and lifelong learning. FREE Admission thanks to members and donors.
Jun 24-Oct 1 Women in Photography,
group exhibition of personal visions and stories shared through diverse photographic processes and techniques. Artists include Megumi Arai, Ashley Armitage, Marsha Burns, C. Davida Ingram, Marilyn Montufar, Janet Neuhauser, Mary Randlett, Meghann Riepenhoff, Heather Boose Weiss, Linda Wolf. Ulrich Pakker: Visions Rendered, a major solo exhibition of fabricated metal sculpture. Includes functional and abstract works, along with maquettes from public art projects--both realized and envisioned. Pierr Morgan: The Children’s Garden, original paintings from Morgan’s latest book, The Children’s Garden, Growing Food in the City. Join the fun by adding your own special touch to our garden mural. Lisa Stirrett: Beneath the Surface. Immerse yourself in Stirrett’s undersea world of glass, and travel through her story of personal change and growth. Richard Stine: Illustrations, celebrating Stine’s illustrious career as an editorial cartoonist and artist. Bill Hemp: Bainbridge Island A-Z, original pen and ink drawings that comprise his recent book, including descriptions of many of his favorite places on Bainbridge Island. Books are for sale in the BIMA Store.