Bainbridge Island Museum of Art opens “Native Hands”

The Bainbridge Island Museum of Art has opened its first exhibit devoted solely to contemporary indigenous art of the Coast, and it features some very familiar names. Over 40 works of art have been loaned by our gallery to the exhibit, and our artists’ works look amazing in BIMA’s light-filled space. “Native Hands: Indigenous Art of the Salish Sea” runs through February 2017, so don’t miss the opportunity to see this comprehensive and wide-spanning survey of contemporary Northwest art.

Featured in these photos are works by Thomas Stream, Michael Nicoll Yahgulanaas, Isabel Rorick, Raven Skyriver, Dan Friday, Robert Davidson, David R. Boxley, Lisa Telford, Joe David, Mary Lou Slaughter, John Hoover, Preston Singletary, and Larry Ahvakana. Congratulations to these artists, and others who were also included!

(All photos courtesy and copyright of the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.)

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