“Conversations with Gee’s Bend,” the exhibit which just opened at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art, is outstanding both in terms of conception and presentation. Curated by local artist Annie Howell-Adams, the exhibit highlights quilts made by the women of Gee’s Bend, Alabama, and explores parallels between their works and the other artworks on […]
SJIMA Featuring Sculptural Installation
San Juan Islands Museum of Art presents Imogen Cunningham photos
San Juan Islands Museum of Art brings natural forms to public in ‘Substrate: Underlying Currents.’
Letter from Gay Graham
GUEST COLUMN Journal of the San Juans January 30, 2018 In a Single Word The need to create a name for the “middle”. By Yasmine K. Kasem Growing up in the Midwest, I never thought of myself as different from my peers. No, I didn’t go to a church like my friends, and I often […]
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William Morris is widely known as one of the most talented glass artists working today. Morris’ evocative glass work 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 […]