Comparing his own journey from China to Canada, with that of the of the migration of the Salmon, Canadian multi-media artist Gu Xiong will install “A River of Migration” in the San Juan Islands Museum of Art’s (SJIMA) Atrium Gallery.
FRAGILE WATERS calls attention to water, our most critical resource, presenting 117 iconic black-and-white works by three renowned photographers and lifelong environmentalists.
The San Juan Islands Museum of Art presents an exhibition of work by Ai Weiwei, one of the most influential artists and most closely followed dissident political voices in the world.
As Above, So Below is a site-specific installation by Portland-based artist Dana Lynn Louis, recipient of the 2016 Contemporary Northwest Art Award.
Sleep of Reason presents 16 prints culled from two of Goya’s famous suites of prints: Los Desastres de la Guerra (1810–20) and Los Caprichos (1797–98).
Hydrographs is a site-specific installation by Nicole Pietrantoni, a noted scholar, professor, and printmaker. She combines digital printing with traditional bookbinding techniques to create works that are both powerfully cerebral and stunningly aesthetic.
For All We Know is an exhibition that features work from an eight-year long collaboration between visual artist, Dianne Kornberg, and poet, Elisabeth Frost that crosses the borders of media and form. Four projects are represented that honor and question limits to the creation of knowledge through the scientific method.
SJIMA welcomes the community to our fourth annual exhibition of artworks by more than 70 Artists’ Registry members from San Juan County!.
Michael Dailey is considered one of the Northwest's great mystical painters. This exhibition of luminous, color-field meditations spans 44 years of his remarkable work.
IMA is delighted to debut the first museum survey of San Juan Island artist Joe Miller's colorfold paintings. These masterful watercolors present Miller's stunningly original reflections on land forms, rocks, sky, and rivers.
Kathy Venter's life-size ceramic sculptures connect with universal themes of the human spirit, evoking ancient times while challenging figurative traditions.
See huge, spellbinding images of marine invertebrates from the waters around the San Juan Islands by acclaimed San Francisco wildlife photographer Susan Middleton.
"The Twist of Rist: Lasting Impressions by Luigi Rist" features a fascinating set of woodblock prints by Luigi Rist (American, 1888-1959) from the collection of Gregory B. Maynard.
Morris’ glass sculpture speaks of human origins, myth, ancestry, and ancient civilizations. Symbolizing a harmony between humanity and nature, the artists’ extraordinary technical skill combine with a love for cultural history to create a body of work like none other.
"Adonna Khare’s vision of life on earth is a masterful, artistic rendering of an original earth abound with symbiotic and eccentric personalities." —Michael Tobias