The Island Gallery features internationally
recognized artists whose work takes traditional art forms
in exciting new directions -- wood
furniture and sculpture created from Northwest and exotic
woods; museum quality textile
art (batik, shibori, ikat and other weavings exhibited
as wall hangings and wearables); wood
fired ceramics from the finest potters in America; and
unique jewelry creations.
Our gallery is a destination spot on beautiful Bainbridge
Island, a 35 minute ferry ride from Seattle. Its Pacific Rim
style reflects artistic collaboration across cultures.
Jon Crane & Abraham Neuwelt Rainforest Journey in
concert, First Friday, July 1, 2016, 6-8 pm on the Plaza.
Ranger and the Re-Arrangers, First Friday, August 5,
2016, 6-8 pm on the Plaza.
:THE ISLAND GALLERY ART
ANNEX AND OTHER VENUES
The Gallery exhibits paintings, textiles, sculpture and
furniture at Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty,
currently located at 271 Madison Avenue South, on Bainbridge
Island. The offices are open weekdays 9-5 pm and during
monthly Art Walks. Currently showing: Paintings by Jen
Till; furniture by Donald Smith; and sculptural illuminations
by Wendy Dunder.
Opened in December 2015 at The Manor House Restaurant
at Pleasant Beach in Lynnwood Center and continuing during
the winter season, Monotypes by Renee Jameson and paintings
by Karen Chaussabel.
The Gallery will soon open an annex at 7764 NE Hidden
Cove Road which will showcase artists producing garden
sculptures in metal and stone.
:Bainbridge Island Museum
Located one block east of The Island
OPEN DAILY | 10AM-6PM | GENERAL
Made possible by sponsorships, memberships, and donations
For all of you visiting Washington D.C. in the coming months,
an exciting development is the relocation of The
Textile Museum to a new location with the collaboration
of The George Washington University. It is located near
the White House and will house the Museum’s amazing
textile collection, hold monthly exhibitions and provide
research and teaching facilities for GWU and other students.
Visit The George Washington University Textile Museum.
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Dialogues in Fiber. Suzanne Hubbard, Vashon Island, shows
weavings from an ongoing series entitled Silent Oratory,
a Weaver Speaks. The series explores weaving as language.
Tom Johnson, Bainbridge, creates geometric fiber sculpture
as wall pieces and furniture. Reception with the Artists,
First Friday, July 1, 6-8 pm, featuring Jon Crane &
Abraham Neuwelt Rainforest Journey in concert on the Plaza.
Please see Press
New ceramic and bronze work from Eva Funderburgh. Opening
on First Friday, December 2, 2016.
out our new blog where we will keep you posted on
our upcoming shows, our concert series, and introduce you to
great new artists. View our monthly Gallery Picks and News Alerts
to stay up to date on Gallery artists and activities.
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The Island Gallery!