Coming Soon to SJIMA, Dialogues From the Forest: Part 3

San Juan Islands Museum of Art is currently closed for the installation of the upcoming exhibit, Dialogues From the Forest: Part 3, opening Saturday, September 16. This will be the final exhibition of the Dialogues form the Forest series exploring and honoring the natural resources of the Northwest landscape. 

This exhibition spotlights five artists whose works have been featured nationwide. All of the artists interpret the natural world and honor the abundant Northwest resources in their personal statements of celebration and concern.

Rocky Outcroppings by artists Jean Behnke, Michael Peterson, and Peter de Lory, features familiar yet refreshing treatments of our Pacific NW landscapes. Behnke is a printmaker and sculptor, Peterson is a sculptor, both from Lopez, and de Lory is a photographer.

In the North Gallery, Aboreal Beauty, by Kathy Gore-Fuss portrays our characteristic forests in lush paintings. Burnt by Lee Imonen fills the glass Atrium with an interpretation of an everyday object and a message about consumption of resources.

Museum Hours: September 16 – 30, Thursday to Monday 11 to 6 p.m.
October 1 – November 6, Friday to Monday 11 to 5 p.m.
Admission: $10, members and under 18 are free.

NEW: Mondays are now Pay What You Can!

Posted on September 11, 2017 at 5:30 am by

Categories: Around Here, Arts
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