Michael Nalley will share photography from a couple of portfolios, but the lead will be The Pangea Series, which imagines a long-forgotten land bridge existing between Africa and Bainbridge Island.
Patricia’s current exhibit in the BPA Gallery – “Earth, Sea & Sky” – explores emotion through the lens of nature. Nature can be a window to our moods: joy, anger, love, and exuberance.
Mandi May’s photography is inspired by her natural surroundings. Through her lens she approaches her environment and subjects with curiosity and unique angles.
Rob Wagoner seeks to stretch the viewer’s sense of the world using light, texture, contrast, scale, cropping and point of view. The images in this show are a compilation of his work following this personal vein of a creative pursuit.
Suzanne Cheryl Gardner uses acrylics, recycled vintage jewelry, beach glass, and natural materials to create images that represent The Divine Feminine.
Naomi Spinak’s “Everyone Has a Name” features primarily quilts, with some works on paper. The central piece of the show is an American flag piece entitled “Sweet Land of Liberty” that has guns instead of stars and is a memorial to the many people killed by guns in mass shootings since Columbine.
Marti Tumicki Gwaltney has always had a passion for landscape paintings and drawings – beginning with the 17th Century Dutch.
Sandy Haight’s paintings will immerse you in the luminous and sensual up-close magnificence of nature’s bloom.
Artist Patti Passinault Brown brings fluid art to life on canvas in her exhibit “Liquid Cells.”