Virtual First Friday #2: MAY DAY, MAY DAY!
Jeffrey Moose Gallery on Bainbridge Island is proud to announce the second Virtual First Friday, scheduled for this Friday, May 1st, beginning at 6 PM
As we can’t physically join together on Winslow Way on a beautiful spring evening, Jeffrey Moose has spearheaded the second Virtual First Friday Art Walk, using relatively simple on-line tools: a cell phone, a tablet or a laptop. Through Facebook, the four participating businesses will, one at a time, stream live video from their venues, ending with a special treat: a drum solo by Jeffrey.
*Please note: you must have a Facebook account to view the shows – to view, click the time/name of each venue below (embedded with a hyperlink).
Each show will be approximately fifteen-minutes, with a five-minute break in-between, allowing the viewer time to refresh their beverage of choice and redirect their browser to the next venue’s FB page.
6 PM – Jeffrey Moose Gallery, 181 Winslow Way East, Ste F, Bainbridge Island, WA
Mixed media collages and paintings by Suquamish artist, Gerry Lonning. Mr. Lonning works in subtle grids with soft shades, often complimented by found images, reflecting a sophisticated and humorous understanding of Abstract Expressionism and other modern movements.
6:20 PM – Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, 550 Winslow Way E., Bainbridge Island, WA
Fiber 2020, featuring:
-Ko Kirk Yamahira, from Seattle, creates deconstructed painted canvases, and has won a special recognition award through SAM’s Betty Bowen Award.
-Zia Gipson, from Whidbey Island, uses mixed media to create her diverse works.
-Gail Grinnell, from Seattle, creates sculptural work, more conceptual than representative, most of her work now is installation work.
-Maria Phillips, from Seattle, uses recycled paper items representing consumerism and environmental issues and recently presented a solo show at Bellevue Arts Museum.
6:40 PM – Bergh Images, 400 Winslow Way East, # 115, Bainbridge Island, WA
Andrew Bergh exhibits his evocative images in eclectic genres, including landscape/nature, urban, and travel, and in different mediums of metal, acrylic, canvas, and custom-framed B&W prints. Recent images from Spain are currently being highlighted.
7 PM – Coldwell Banker Bain, 299 Madison Avenue N., Bainbridge Island, WA
Paintings by Sara Cameron, who grew up spending her summers, mostly barefoot and on horseback, on her family’s farm in Mississippi.
***Information and images provided by Jeffrey Moose