BPA Gallery seeks artists for lobby exhibition space

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The Bainbridge Performing Arts Gallery is a high-visibility, no-commission venue that showcases regional artists in monthly rotating exhibits in the lobby. Exhibiting artists routinely participate in Bainbridge Island’s First Fridays Art Walk and receive viewings by patrons of BPA events held throughout each month.

Both artists and patrons benefit from the no-commission arrangement. The BPA Gallery is a visually enticing space that provides artists with a lot of traffic, and when BPA’s patrons consider buying a piece of art, they know that 100 percent of their money is going directly to the artist who created the work. This fosters a special and unique value-focused relationship between artists and art enthusiasts in the BPA community.

Stop by this August and September for “BPA: 60 Years of Storytelling.” Drop in for the First Friday Art Walk October 7 to see “Views of Utopia” – acrylics and watercolors by Michael Pontieri and Nov. 4 for “Around Trees” – photography by Paul Brians.
Gallery hours are 12-5 p.m. Tuesday – Friday plus one hour prior to each performance.

For consideration, contact Dominique Cantwell at gallery@bainbridgeperformingarts.org and attach a minimum of two digital samples that are representative of their body of work. Prospective artists will be contacted in September and October about scheduling.