The Sherry Grover Gallery at Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Photo by Keith Brofsky.

Every Day & Special Days
Past Exhibition

This new rotation from the Cynthia Sears Artist’s Books Collection takes you on a journey from daily delights and mundane activities to once-in-a-lifetime events. Time is marked through postcards or weather observations, holding ceremonies, or simply surviving a pandemic. Included are Local Conditions: One Hundred Views of Mt. Rainier (At Least) by Chandler O’Leary, How to Transition on 63 Cents a Day, by Leopoldo Bloom, and Women and Cars by Susan E. King. Women and Cars holds special significance in the collection as it was the first artist’s book acquired by Cynthia Sears, BIMA’s Founder. 


Jul 2 – Sep 22, 2021


Sherry Grover Gallery