Friday, October 27, 2017

You're Invited: First Friday Artwalk, November 3, 2017

October's show was so huge - 15 artists represented, with their numerous and exciting new artworks - that we are delighted to announce its continuation through November 30th.  Don't miss this beautifully curated exhibition!  Details below:

Continuing Exhibition

November 3 – 30, 2017
Art is both inspirational and functional.  Paintings, prints and sculptures in the home
inspire our daily lives.  Where we sit and sleep, how we cook and eat our food,
and drink our coffee and wine, art enhances the flavor of life.

Fifteen of the Gallery’s artists exhibit new work – furniture, prints, ceramics,
and fiber sculpture - that both inspires and provides
functionality for daily living.

Sean Carleton, Patrick Clanton, L. Wendy Dunder, Meg Hartwell, Robin Hominiuk
Renee Jameson, Tom Johnson, Sarah Kaye, David Kellum, Jacki Moseley, Ken Pincus
Larry Roberts, Tumar Art Group, Lisa Wederquist, Carl Yurdin

First Friday Artwalk:
November 3, 6-8 pm

In Concert:
The Jenny Davis Jazz Duo


Renee Jameson.  Universe.   Monotype (Bainbridge Island)
Sean Carleton.  No. 68 Cedar Sliding Door. 
Jacki Moseley. Multiple Choice.  (Bainbridge Island)
L. Wendy Dunder.  Lightly, Illuminated Sculpture. 
Lisa Wederquist.  Red Square.  Ceramic
Sarah Kaye.  Shooting Stars Dinnerware.  Ceramic

About the Musicians:

The Jenny Davis Jazz Duo

Jenny and Chuck, performing at the Gallery earlier this year
A Seattle native, Jenny Davis earned her Bachelor of Music from the prestigious Cornish College of the Arts. She is currently working on her MFA in jazz composition.  A 20-year steward of straight-ahead jazz, she actively performs throughout the U.S. and Canada in clubs, festivals and jazz venues.  A true original with an authentic sound, Jenny has that rare vocal ability to swing hard in the pocket and hold her own with the best musicians in the business.  Jenny’s commitment to the art form is never more evident than in her third and newest CD release “INSIDE YOU”, where legendary jazz composer Rodgers Grant sought her to record his beautiful ballad “Morning Glory”.  A versatile vocalist, she is highly requested and is considered one of the Pacific Northwest’s top big band vocalists.  A passionate steward of jazz, Jenny passes on the tradition as a jazz educator, and vocal coach.  Davis is inspired by such great jazz vocalists as Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughn, Mel Tormé, Shirley Horn, June Christy and Kurt Elling.
“A pure voice and laser like pitch!” (Jazz Times) 
“Vocalese doesn’t get any better than this!” (All About Jazz)
“A welcome addition to the history of jazz vocalists.” (All About Jazz) 
“Stellar vocal jazz...magnificent...talented!” (Smother) 

 While you're downtown for First Friday, don't forget to drop in at Sotheby's to view more wonderful artwork by The Island Gallery's artists:

The Island Gallery at Sotheby’s
Jen Till.   Sea Mother.   Oil on Canvas.  36" x 48"
240 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, WA

Selected work from Gallery Artist
Jen Till
Bainbridge Island, Washington
Jen translates the beauty of her natural surroundings into studies
of landscapes and objects, creating gauzy, accessible, yet highly personal works
of emotion and memory.

Exhibiting through November 30th
Open First Friday November 3, 6-8 pm

About The Island Gallery

Established in 2002, The Island Gallery features internationally recognized artists whose work takes traditional art  forms in exciting new directions:  studio furniture and sculpture;  museum quality textile art  and wearables; wood fired ceramics from the finest potters in America; paintings and prints; and unique jewelry creations. Monthly exhibitions include live musical concerts, featuring such genres as jazz, rock, folk, chamber music and performance art.  This, along with its reputation for excellence,  makes The Island Gallery a destination spot on beautiful Bainbridge Island, a short ferry ride from Seattle, and steps from the new Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.

Contact Us/Visit:

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Event Location: 

The Island Gallery, 400 Winslow Way E, #120, Bainbridge Island, Washington.
Underground parking is available at The Winslow off Ericksen Avenue.

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