Sculpture duo wins BI’s Something New title again

“Although the Bainbridge Island Public Art Committee’s Something New program is just in its third year, one artist duo has already won the competition twice.

The team of metal sculptor Milo White and glass artist Lin McJunkin recently won the Something New competition with their creation of Fossil II, which was displayed on Winslow Way near Town & Country Market. They also won the inaugural competition in 2018 for their Iris Flare sculpture.

The artifact has since been removed and was sold to a private party after a ceremony last week for the competition winners. The art team was recognized by members of Arts & Humanities Bainbridge and received a $1,000 check and a letter of accolade from the city of Bainbridge Island

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Arts & Humanities Bainbridge serves the island’s creative community by forging links between community members, arts organizations and artists.  We do this by: 

  • Enhancing student engagement by placing local teaching artists in public school classrooms infusing art into the core curriculum
  •  Collaborating with local artists to bring art to public spaces
  • Promoting the island’s arts and cultural offerings through a community cultural website, Currents Online.

AHB has championed the creative community on Bainbridge Island for over 30 years.

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