In this 12-minute podcast, Greg Robinson, Executive Director & Curator of Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) talks about the newly installed exhibitions for BIMA's spring shows. The theme is "Journeys", and this rotation will be on display from March 12th to June 5th.
The group show addressing ideas and experiences surrounding personal journeys has themes ranging from travel and fantasy to personal loss and other life changing events. The artists featured in the group show also have solo shows in the art museum. These artists are: Marita Dingus, Denise Harris, Steve Jensen, Phillip Levine, Susan Lowrey, Ann Morris, Steve Parmelee, and Kay Walsh.
A visually-stunning 27-foot tall, site-specific mixed-media doll, made of recycled hot-tub covers and other found objects, by Marita Dingus, hangs in the Beacon Gallery. It is visible from outside to passing pedestrians and motorists on Winslow Way, or it may be viewed from inside the museum’s large corner window.
Steve Parmalee’s “Assembla