The Island Gallery


The Island Gallery features internationally recognized artists whose work takes traditional art forms in exciting new directions -- wood furniture and sculpture created from Northwest and exotic woods; museum quality textile art (batik, shibori, ikat and other weavings exhibited as wall hangings and wearables); wood fired ceramics from the finest potters in America; and unique jewelry creations. Our gallery is a destination spot on beautiful Bainbridge Island, a 35 minute ferry ride from Seattle. Its Pacific Rim style reflects artistic collaboration across cultures.

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July 11, 2014, 6-8 PM, Julie Duke

August 1, 2014, 6-8PM, Ranger & The Re-Arrangers


The Island Gallery is pleased to announce that it now exhibits at Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty in downtown Kirkland (15 Lake Street) in addition to its annex on Bainbridge Island (271 Madison Avenue South). Sotheby’s, with offices throughout the United States and globally, is well known for its promotion of art.

The Kirkland location officially opens the weekend of March 1-2, 2014. “This is a pivotal retail location for the city of Kirkland and we’re thrilled that Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty will anchor the building with an innovative retail and wine tasting venue to complement the lifestyle offerings of our community,” said Ellen Miller-Wolfe, the Economic Development Manager for the city of Kirkland. The iconic building on Lake Street has been renovated under the guidance of well known Seattle architect Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects.

The Bainbridge Island office is open Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm, and on First Fridays until 8 pm. Currently showing: paintings by Martha Reisdorf, furniture by Donald Smith and lighting by Wendy Dunder. The Kirkland office will feature paintings by Irene Yesley, Mark Bowles and Esperanza Grundy, and sculpture by Nathan Christopher.


For all of you visiting Washington D.C. in the coming months, an exciting development is the relocation of The Textile Museum to a new location with the collaboration of The George Washington University. It is located near the White House and will house the Museum’s amazing textile collection, hold monthly exhibitions and provide research and teaching facilities for GWU and other students. Visit The George Washington University Textile Museum.

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July 2014
Introducing Bainbridge Island artist Renée Jameson, whose monotypes reflect summer’s color spectrum. Carter Smith: Shibori Master: July 11 – 27, 2014. Silk shibori banners and new fashions from one of America’s finest shibori artists.
Please see Press Release.

August 2014
New Work from Curt Labitzke. Hermine Pruzan Endowed Faculty Fellow and Chair of the Printmaking Program at the University of Washington School of Art, Curt Labitzke shows his latest work inspired by classic European painting and sculpture. Reception with the Artist: First Friday, August 1, 6-8PM.

(more exhibitions...)

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