Locals’ Exhibit Runs Through May 31 At San Juan Islands Museum Of Art
Posted March 24, 2021 at 5:30 am by Hayley Day
From San Juan Islands Museum of Art
Put a spring in your step by visiting the expansive exhibit of artists in Friday Harbor. This all-island Artists’ Registry Show gets better and better each year.
At the San Juan Islands Museum of Art, you can stroll the spacious galleries and visit your favorite art forms in the 60-plus works-sculpture, paintings, prints, jewelry, ceramics, encaustics, glass, mosaic and more.
This exhibition has been held over until May 31, so you have another chance to see this captivating assembly from emerging and established artists. The museum is open from 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday-Monday.
Also showing is Steve Jensen’s “Voyager,” which transforms the Atrium Gallery, imbuing it with light and the aesthetic traditions of his Norwegian forebearers.
Pandemic precautions are in place. Visitors are required to wear masks. If you don’t have one, we will provide one.
Admission is $10 with members and those 18 and under admitted free of charge. Mondays are pay-what-you-can days. The museum is located at 540 Spring Street in Friday Harbor, Washington.
Visit www.sjima.org for details and to www.sjima-online.org for a preview of the Artists’ Registry. The event is sponsored by the Town of Friday Harbor, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Printonyx, Joe Cooper Design, LLC, Harbor Rentals and Browne’s Home Center.
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