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Permanent Art Collection

At the heart of the Museum is BIMA’s Permanent Art Collection featuring contemporary art and craft of the Puget Sound region.

Larry ‘Ulaaq’ Ahvakana (Suquamish)
Guy Anderson (1906 – 1998) (Edmonds)
Alfredo Arreguín (Seattle)
Bill Baran-Mickle (Bainbridge Island)
Gayle Bard (Bainbridge Island )
Barbara H. Berger (Bainbridge Island)
Mare Blocker (Seattle)
Sonja Blomdahl (Seattle)
Caroline Cooley Browne (Bainbridge Island)
Robert Carlson (Bainbridge Island)
John Cole (1936 – 2007) (Bellingham)
Alfred Currier (Anacortes)
Steffen Dam (Denmark/Seattle)
Marceil DeLacy (Seattle)
Lockwood Dennis (1937 – 2012) (Port Townsend)
David Eisenhour (Hadlock)
Joe Max Emminger (Seattle)
Dennis Evans (Seattle)
Rachel Feferman (1955 – 2010) (Port Townsend)
Scott Fife (Vashon Island)
Becky Fletcher (Sedro Wooley)
Georgia Gerber (Clinton)
Richard Gilkey (1925 – 1997) (Bellingham)
Patty Grazini (Seattle)
Art Hansen (1929 – 2017) (Vashon Island)
Jan Hoy (Coupeville)
Pam Ingalls (Spokane)
William Ingham (Clinton)
Clayton James (1918 – 2016) (LaConner)
Tom Jay (1943 – 2019) (Chimacum)
Steve Jensen (Seattle)
Nadine Kariya (Seattle)

Louise Kikuchi (Seattle)
Lucie Lambert (Bainbridge Island/British Columbia)
Heidi Lee (Bainbridge Island)
Phillip Levine (Seattle)
Brian Mackin (Bainbridge Island)
Dante Marioni (Seattle)
Paul Marioni (Mexico/Seattle )
Chris Maynard (Olympia)
Robert McCauley (Mount Vernon)
Philip McCracken (Bellingham)
Nancy Mee (Seattle)
James Minson (Australia/Seattle)
Alan Newberg (Bremerton)
Ulrich Pakker (Seattle)
Susan Plum (Texas/Seattle)
Mary Randlett (1924 – 2019) (Seattle)
Frank Renlie (Camano Island)
Joseph Rossano (Seattle)
Heikki Seppa (1927 – 2010) (Bainbridge Island/Finland)
Anna Skibska (Seattle)
Julie Speidel (Vashon Island)
Joan Tenenbaum (Lacey)
Barbara Earl Thomas (Seattle)
Kristin Tollefson (Bainbridge Island)
Gerard Tsutakawa (Seattle)
Preston Wadley (Seattle)
Dick Weiss (Seattle)
Paul Ziakin (British Columbia/Bainbridge Island)
Dion Pickering Zwirner (Bainbridge Island)
Little & Lewis (Bainbridge Island)

Learn about how BIMA is building its Permanent Art Collection slowly and deliberately.

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Do you have art you’d like to gift to the Museum? Learn how to make a donation to BIMA’s Permanent Art Collection or its Museum Assets Program.

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