The Island Gallery


Established in 2002, The Island Gallery features internationally recognized artists whose work takes traditional art forms in exciting new directions: wood furniture and sculpture; museum quality textile art and wearables; wood fired ceramics from the finest potters in America; paintings and prints; and unique jewelry creations. Our monthly exhibitions include live musical concerts, featuring such genres as jazz, rock, folk, chamber music and performance art. This, along with its reputation for excellence, makes The Island Gallery a destination spot on beautiful Bainbridge Island, a short ferry ride from Seattle.

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Sotheby’s Opens New Space in the Heart of Winslow! In this new venue The Island Gallery rotates the works of several of our artists, with Sotheby's hosting Artwalks on the First Friday of each month. During April, 2017, featured Gallery artists are Tom Johnson, Jacki Moseley, Renee Jameson, and Jen Till. Tom's "ridge and furrows" fiber creations include large quilt size wall hangings and pillows. Jacki's felt creations range from shadow-producing wall sculptures to beaded bowls. Renee’s entrancing monotypes feature land-, sea- and sky-scapes. Jen specializes in large, mesmerizing oil paintings. Clients wishing to purchase pieces exhibited at Sotheby's should contact the Gallery. Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm; First Fridays, 9am-8pm; and Saturdays, TBD. Located at 240 Winslow Way East, Bainbridge Island, Washington.

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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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April 7 - 30

Lighting Up Spring: Sculptural Illuminations by Sean Carleton, Wendy Dunder, and KT Hancock.
One-of-a-kind sculptural illuminations that enhance daily living, made from wood and paper, steel and glass. Opening Reception with the Artists, First Friday, April 7, 6-8pm. In the Front Space: Introducing Meg Hartwell and her recent abstract monotypes.
April 7, 6-8pm.
Please see Press Release


May 2017
Irene Yesley and Joseph Pentheroudakis: Between the Lines.
A joint exhibition with long-time Gallery artist Yesley, Bainbridge Island based abstract geometric minimalist working in acrylics and monotype; and Pentheroudakis, whose pen-and-ink drawings reflect his interest in abstraction and formalism expressed through repetition and seriality


Furniture & Prints: Subtle Design, Dramatic Impact: Carl Yurdin (Industrial Artist) & Jan Branham (Print Maker)
Expanding Vistas: Jen Till
Dates and Information coming soon


(more exhibitions...)

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