September 2-October 2
AMY D’APICE: KINDRED SPACES
An exhibition of new paintings through which self-described “vagabond sketcher” Amy D’Apice explores common geometry across seemingly unrelated East-West locales. From Camden, New Jersey to Chiang Mai, Thailand, Amy shows us the similarities among overlooked spaces like alleys, washing lines, and abandoned lots. Is it about perspective, this observant artist asks, or is it about us?
Amy recently recorded a podcast discussing her work and life with Bainbridge Community Broadcasting. You can listen to it right here. Amy’s interview begins at the 3:06 mark.
Join Amy Amy for Kindred Spaces: The Performance, an evening of visual art, music, and high-energy storytelling about one artist’s exploration of art, culture, and connectedness across continents. September 8, 7:00p.m., Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Get the details here. Amy has a podcast specifically focused on the performance, and you can listen to that here.
BIRGIT JOSENHANS: BENCHES
Birgit Josenhans creates her own sense of place with benches ingeniously crafted in wood, resin, and river rock. Some even bear the names of our state’s grand rivers. Sit, rest, and enjoy the view.
Also of interest
Amy D’Apice, Bainbridge for Sale. Detail. Oil on canvas. Image courtesy of the artist.