Bainbridge Island, WA
BIMA’s largest exhibition this spring features twenty-five artists, with work focusing on the beauty and forces of nature. Revering Nature is an expanded version of an exhibition that Greg Robinson guest-curated with Vashon Center for the Arts in November, 2016. That show included ten artists from the Puget Sound region. This exhibition includes twenty artists working in diverse media and scale, plus five more from the Artist’s Book Collection of BIMA’s Founder, Cynthia Sears. Media includes drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, glass, fiber, cut feathers, collage, installation, and artist’s books.
Artists in Revering Nature include Mare Blocker (Seattle), Caroline Cooley Browne (Bainbridge Island), David Eisenhour (Port Hadlock), Cari Ferraro (San Jose, CA), Becky Fletcher (Sedro Woolley), Kathe Fraga (Bainbridge Island), Helen Hiebert (Vail, CO) and Karen Kunc (Avoca, NE), Tracy Lang (Vashon Island), Donna Leavitt (Edmonds), Chris Maynard (Olympia), Aaron McKnight (Bainbridge Island), Hans Nelsen (Vashon Island), Peregrine O'Gormley (La Conner), Lisa Onstad (Portland, OR), Wendy Orville (Bainbridge Island), Kait Rhoads (Seattle), Amy Roberts (Bainbridge Island), Will Robinson (Bainbridge Island), Lynda K. Rockwood (Seattle), June Sekiguchi (Preston), Elizabeth Reed Smith (deceased, Bainbridge Island), Kimberly Trowbridge (Seattle), Dion Pickering Zwirner (Bainbridge Island), and Leslie Wu (Vashon Island).
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website