OPEN DAILY | 10AM-6PM | FREE ADMISSION
Members Party: Friday, June 22, 6:30 – 9 PM. RSVP required – BIMA Members only.
Public Opening/Meet the Artists: Saturday, June 23, 2-5 PM. Open to the public. Admission is free – donations encouraged.
Pohlman & Knowles showcase the compelling results of their 25 years of collaborative partnership. Their artwork is grounded in the history of women from various times and civilizations. Informed through extensive research and travels, they have created diverse works in sculptural glass, metal, and mixed media. This exhibit highlights their unique artistic visions, collaborative experimentation, and technical discoveries. Synchronicity features art borrowed from private and public collections. BIMA is publishing a book on their artistic career, due in August, 2018.
Tribal Canoe Journeys began in 1989 with the “Paddle to Seattle,” and has continued annually since 1993. It is a celebrated event for the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast. Canoe Journeys honors this annual celebration through art and personal story-telling. Included are carved and mixed media art paddles, sculptures, prints, photographs, and ephemera on loan. Artists featured include Robert Davidson, Alano Edzerza, Maynard Johnny, Troy Roberts, Marika Swan, and Crystal Worl.
DeLacy carves beautiful and often humorous sculptures, sometimes transforming would-be rifle stocks into exquisite artwork. BIMA features DeLacy in her first solo art museum exhibition, with diverse carvings on two floors.
Goller’s exhibition draws from her animal paintings in various media including oil, watercolor and encaustic. This exhibition pairs well with BIMA’s summertime daily lunch and Inspired Chef Series fare.
BIMA’s Founder Cynthia Sears curates the next chapter of artist’s books from her extensive collection.
BIMA celebrates its 5th Anniversary Year showcasing some of the diverse artworks donated to the Collection. Summer is the first of two rotations, to be continued in the fall. Artists featured include Larry ‘Ulaaq’ Ahvakana, Barbara Helen Berger, Steffen Dam, David Eisenhour, Denise Harris, Phillip Levine, James Minson, Peregrine O’Gormley, Ulrich Pakker, Julie Paschkis, Steve Parmelee, Joseph Rossano, Kurt Solmssen, and Julie Speidel, and Kristin Tollefson.
Garden Gallery,Steve and Harriet Davis Community Gallery
June 23 - September 30, 2018
Sherry Grover Gallery
May 26 - September 22, 2018