November 2019 BPA Gallery: Natural Bainbridge

Natural Bainbridge

Photographs by Paul Brians from the new book, Natural Bainbridge

Join us in the BPA Gallery November 1 for the First Friday Art Walk and an enjoyable evening of art and friends. Natural Bainbridge is a new book, published by the Bainbridge Island Land Trust, focused on protecting, sustaining, and appreciating our island’s natural character and special preserved places. The book is the work of a team of Trust supporters — including Paul — who volunteered their professional skills for the book, which is available for sale at Eagle Harbor Book Co. or online at www.Eagleharborbooks.com.

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Paul Brians is a retired WSU English professor who has done extensive photography for the Bainbridge Island Land Trust and other environmentally oriented organizations, and his work appears in many Land Trust publications.

Schel Chelb lagoon and saltmarsh  are named for a south-island Suquamish winter village destroyed a century ago by an earthquake. The name also refers to the creek that replenishes the man-made estuary and beach habitat, and to the small park on Rich Passage. Photograph from  Natural Bainbridge's  Wetlands chapter by Paul Brians

Schel Chelb lagoon and saltmarsh are named for a south-island Suquamish winter village destroyed a century ago by an earthquake. The name also refers to the creek that replenishes the man-made estuary and beach habitat, and to the small park on Rich Passage. Photograph from Natural Bainbridge's Wetlands chapter by Paul Brians

 
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Exhibit runs through November 30

BPA Gallery hours are 12:00 – 4:00 p.m. Tuesday – Friday plus one hour prior to each performance. Please check with the BPA Box Office for specific exhibit dates, as the length of each show varies.


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