In accordance with the Kitsap Public Health District and Washington State Department of Health, masks are required to be worn by all visitors, staff members, and volunteers 5 years of age and older regardless of vaccination status while inside all public spaces within the Museum. Masks may only be removed while actively drinking or eating.
BIMA requires proof of full COVID-19 vaccination for all visitors, staff members, and volunteers 12 years of age and older for entry to events occurring within the Frank Buxton Auditorium and the BIMA classroom.
Selections from the Permanent Art Collection (Fall 2021/Winter 2022)
BIMA features a diverse array from the collection. This fall’s rotation includes artworks by Barbara Helen Berger, Marceil DeLacy, Philip McCracken, Heikki Seppa, and Joan Tenenbaum.
Nov 12, 2021 – Jan 30, 2022
Lobby, Davis Community Gallery, Ellis Bistro Gallery, and Garden Gallery
FROM THE EXHIBITION
Barbara Helen Berger (Bainbridge Island), The Ruby Stag, 1979-1997, acrylic on canvas, 40”h x 56”w, BIMA Permanent Art Collection, Gift of the ArtistPhilip McCracken (Bellingham), Untitled, carved Juniper wood, BIMA Permanent Art Collection, Gift of Anne Gould Hauberg
Bill Baran-Mickle (Bainbridge Island), American Peas, 2012, brass, copper, sterling silver, maple frame, 18”h x 20.75”w, BIMA Permanent Art Collection, Gift of the Artist, photo credit: Nick Felkey