MAX HAYSLETTE/SOLO EXHIBITION
Designer and fine artist Max Hayslette creates a new series of work entitled “Mid-Century Modern”. Working in an entirely new method with acrylic and mixed media,
Max introduces this unique series that is colorful, textural and well priced.
“I start with a ‘quilt’, a paper collage of cut-out shapes and textures applied
to illustration board. The rough design is photographed and transferred
to the canvas via inkjet and then the painting process begins!”
With this new approach Max continues in the Bauhaus tradition of visual arts,
“art’s relationship to society and technology”.
“The combination of a long dance between memory and
imagination is the root from which my images grow”. Hayslette
Roby King Annexes
Bainbridge Homes Real Estate
Blossoming Art continues…
Patty Rogers Neighbors 24×12 Mixed Media Diane Ainsworth Luscious 20×24 Oil Bainbridge Homes is open July 1, First Friday Art Walk Feel free to stop by anytime during the day as well. Visit–right next door!
Taste the wines by Bainbridge Island winemaker
Paul Bianchi and view Acrylic paintings
by Robert Schlegel.
Schlegel’s acrylic paintings explore the tension between the representational and the abstract. He responds to structures, landscapes and animals in their surroundings with works on panel or canvas and often includes collaged materials in these images. Schlegel begins with a sketch in charcoal, graphite, or oil pastel, and then develops the image either in studio or en plein-air. Three Horses 30×60 Acrylic on Canvas
Eagle Harbor Winery features Mary CarltonVisit all these great venues!
Congratulations to Bainbridge Island Museum of Art (BIMA) for it’s
successful third year Auction/Fundraiser weekend! And thanks to all who
volunteer to make it a really terrific event!! Whether as a donor or purchaser we all
came together to keep the museum free to the public and open seven days a week.
And special thanks to museum founders Cynthia Sears and Frank Buxton.
“Great things are done by a series of small things brought together.”
~Vincent Van Gogh
The Nick Felkey Photography Studio has moved to 310 Madison Av South
(blue building downstairs) 842-9333. Bainbridge Island photographer for over 20 years, specializing in portraiture, wedding and product photography.
Many more photo related services offered.
See Tory Felkey for website design and marketing guidance. http://nickfelkeyphotoservices.com/http://nickfelkeyphotoservices.com/
June 25-October 2, 2016 Barbara Earl Thomas: Heaven on Fire
A 30-year survey of paintings, prints, and newer works in glass, paper cuts, and installation.
Marita Dingus Hanging from the Rafters Beacon Gallery More Information