August Exhibitions Feature Journeys of Imagination

Long summer days are winding down, perhaps making you wistful for travels taken, or simply imagined. Come into our gallery this month and enjoy two separate shows sure to feed your wandering spirit: Voyages and Celestial Navigations. Voyages—a … [Read more]

Paint Out Winslow Goes Island-wide in Its Fourth Year

Just about anyone who lives here would agree that all the gray, dark gloom of winter is long forgotten once the beauty of a Northwest summer takes hold. The month of August, being the prime summertime month in the Puget Sound region, is also prime … [Read more]

Tiffany Thiele Will Shed Light on Her Creative Process at Saturday Demo

Our final Artist's Insight session of July will feature fused glass artist Tiffany Thiele. The event will take place this Saturday, July 22, from 12:30-1:30 p.m. at BAC. Tiffany will  assemble a piece in progress and show others in various stages of … [Read more]

John Adams to Demonstrate Watercolor in Free Session Saturday

In the second of three Artist's Insight sessions this month, watercolorist John Adams will paint a Pacific Northwest inspired landscape while sharing specific color mixing techniques and an introduction to design principles and elements. The event … [Read more]

Two Artists Join the BAC Family

BROOKE BORCHERDING Originally from Southern California, Brooke lives and works in Seattle, focusing on painting from life and transforming studies into larger studio pieces in a style she calls her “deconstructions.”  "I have always been … [Read more]

Three Artists Bring Translucence to BAC in July

As the bright sunshine and vibrant colors of summer finally take charge over what has been a doggedly gray year in the Northwest, our gallery, too, will be filled with luminous color and light during our July exhibition. Translucent will showcase … [Read more]

Yard Art Will Be Released to the Wild at Month’s End

There are two-foot long metal centipedes. There are riotously painted, life-sized cement penguins. There's even a soaring, hammered metal "terrordactyl" named Princess with a Harley-Davidson motor for a heart. Currently held captive in our group Yard … [Read more]

Welcome to BARN, a Creative Powerhouse on Bainbridge Island

It was a grand Grand Opening day last Saturday as hundreds of people came to see the inside of the shiny new home of Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network, or BARN. BAC staff members were there to witness the ribbon-cutting and tour the facilities, … [Read more]

Congratulations to BAC’s 2017 Scholarship Winners!

As springtime unfolds and students everywhere are dreaming of summer, many graduating high school seniors are dreaming of heading off to college. For some, studying art will be a big part of that journey.  BAC is proud to lend support by awarding … [Read more]

“Excerpts of Reality” Through the Lens of Art Grice

When you learn something about an artist’s background, you might learn that they have been following a straight path in their artistic lives that they knew they would follow all along. They’ve always been passionate about painting, or have had their … [Read more]