Fine Furniture ~ Sculpture ~ Ceramics ~ Paintings & Prints
November 7 – November 30, 2014
Featuring New Work from Northwest and Bainbridge Island Artists:
Gerardo Aguayo, Jenny Andersen, Dave Berfield, Nathan Christopher, L. Wendy Dunder,
Steve Humphrey, Renée Jameson, Erik Lindbergh, Fred Loase, Ken Lundemo
Chris Mroz, Martha Reisdorf, Steve Sauer, Maria Simon, Kris Skotheim, Donald Smith
Jen Till, Alan Vogel, Irene Yesley
Reception with the Artists
Friday, November 7, 6 – 8pm
Peter Spencer and Friends
About the Artists: The Island Gallery is delighted to present new work from some of the finest artists of Bainbridge Island and the Northwest in the genres of fine wood furniture and sculpture, ceramics, and paintings and prints. Work from Bainbridge artists, as shown above:
Upper left: Mauve Mountain, Jen Till. A wonderful new series of Jen’s popular landscape oil paintings will be on display.
Center: Text From A Lost Tribe, Jenny Andersen. Perennial Island favorite ceramic artist Jenny Andersen’s series of wall plaques, which were presented in a well-received retrospective of her work at the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art last summer, will be on display in the Gallery through 2014.
Lower left: Black Walnut Bench, Erik Lindbergh. This Bainbridge Island native brings us a beautiful bench crafted from nine pieces of local black walnut, ten years in the making.
New Works - Fine Furniture & Sculpture:
Nathan Christopher, Bainbridge Island: An I-beam and live-edge timber bench.
L. Wendy Dunder, Portland, Oregon: New illuminated sculpture (lamps), some of which are collaborative pieces.
Steve Humphrey, Bainbridge Island: Metal work on collaborative works, including lamps and a fascinating walnut sculpture which can serve as a room divider.
Ken Lundemo, Seabeck: Wood, ceramic and bronze sculpture
Chris Mroz, Gig Harbor: Owner of Pure Timber, one of the biggest producers of cold-bend hardwood in the United States, Chris creates remarkable chairs and whimsical wood sculpture.
Kris Skotheim, Bainbridge Island: His metalwork and artistic sensibilities can be seen in the clean lines of a western red cedar bench.
Donald Smith, Seattle: New live edge slabs for table/dining use.
Alan Vogel, Bainbridge Island: A stunning whiskey cabinet and a wall-mounted wood sculptural piece.
New Works - Ceramics:
Dave Berfield, Bainbridge Island
Fred Loase, Bainbridge Island
Ken Lundemo, Seabeck
Steve Sauer, Port Orchard
Introducing Maria Simon, Portland, Oregon
New Works - Paintings & Prints
Gerardo Aguayo, Bainbridge Island: Paper and ink
Renée Jameson, Bainbridge Island: Monoprints
Martha Reisdorf, Gig Harbor: Acrylics
Irene Yesley, Bainbridge Island: Acrylics
Additional Northwest Artists:
Melissa Balch, Robert Benson III, Christian Burchard, Tracy Dunn, Kathleen Faulkner, Gina Freuen Anthony Gaudino Nancy Gill, Eric Gorder, Damian Grava, Jeff Greenup, Jeffrey Hummel, James Kelsey Carl Larson
Andrew Lewis-Lechner, Jimmy McDonough, Curt Minier, Milo Mirabelli, Eric Nelsen
Hiroshi Ogawa, Stephanie Oliveira, Al Tennant, Esperanza Grundy, Robin Hominiuk, Curt Labitzke
John Luke, Virginia Paquette, Alan Rosen, Ted Scherrer, Robert Spangler, Dave Thompson, Scott Trumbo
Michelle de la Vega, Theodore Waddell, Jack Walsh, Shane Watson
Ben Waterman, Rigel Weis, Jade Winchester
Event Location: The Island Gallery, 400 Winslow Way E., #120, Bainbridge Island, Washington.
For More Information Contact: The Island Gallery, 206.780.9500 or ssn [at] theislandgallery.net