Exhibitions

The Art Project presents more than a dozen special exhibitions each year, showcasing brand-new or recent works by TAP artists. Some exhibitions center around broad themes such as a specific medium or conceptual idea. Others feature solo artists or small groups. We also hold two student shows each May to highlight the work of K-12 artists in our community. 

At the beginning of each month, we mark our newest exhibitions with a celebratory artist reception during Bainbridge Island’s monthly First Friday Art Walk (6-8 pm). Come join us!
 

 

Current Exhibition

BARN@THE ART PROJECT:
COMMUNITY PARTNERS
September 7-30

The Art Project presents the third annual juried exhibition of work by the members of BARN: Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network.

Opening reception: Friday, September 7, 6-8 pm

Images, from left: Maryann Kirkby, On the Road, monotype print. Sarah Jones, Ocean Blue, cast cuttlefish in sterling silver, sapphire. Kathryn Lesh, Moon, monotype print. Janet Sanders, Vase with Flowers, woodcut print. Jason Devinney, Twin Spirits, wool jute. Mark McKnight, Against the Wind, photograph. Mark Moody, The Light Above, linocut print. Oscar Barbo, Fountain Pen, dyed spalted maple. Jennifer Slack, Octopus's Garden, knitting and crochet. Images courtesy of Emily Browne.

 

 

Future Exhibitions

Debut
October 5-28

Ten of our newest artists make their exhibition debut. Their mediums vary—jewelry, metal, paintings, collage, and ceramics. This month they share the stage. Featuring Brooke Borcherding, Patti Christie, Chris Demarest, Scott Filipiak, Rose Guastella, Erin Haldane, Erin Hewgley, Linda McClamrock, Madeleine Moore, and Nina Raizel.

 
 Max Grover,  Bowl of Red Cherries . Mixed media. Image courtesy of the artist.

Max Grover, Bowl of Red Cherries. Mixed media. Image courtesy of the artist.

EXTRAORDINARY IN THE ORDINARY: THE EVERYDAY WORLD OF MAX GROVER
August 3-26

Port Townsend artist Max Grover presents an energetic and delightful collection of works including oil, acrylic, and collage pieces.

Also featuring work by friend and student of Max Grover, Julie Read.