INTO THE BREACH Sculpture, Drawing and Prints by Tom Gormally

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INTO THE BREACH Sculpture, Drawing and Prints by Tom Gormally

April 28 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 28
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 8
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 7
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 6
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 5
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 4
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 3
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 2
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 1
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 30
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 29
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 9
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 27
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 26
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 25
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 24
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 23
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 22
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 21
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 20
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 19
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 18
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 20
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 30
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 29
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 28
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 27
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 26
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 25
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 24
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 23
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 22
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 21
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 17
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 19
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 18
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 17
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 16
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 15
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 14
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 13
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 12
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 11
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
May 10
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 15
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 25
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 24
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 23
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 22
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 21
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 20
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 19
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 18
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 17
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 16
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 26
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 14
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 13
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 12
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 11
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 10
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 9
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 8
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 7
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 6
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 5
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 6
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 16
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 15
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 14
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 13
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 12
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 11
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 10
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 9
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 8
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 7
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
+ Google Map

Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
March 4
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 5
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 4
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 3
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

Details

Date:
April 2
Time:
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Series:
Website:
http://www.sjima.org

Organizer

Wendy Smith
Phone:
360-370-5050

Venue

San Juan Islands Museum of Art
540 Spring Street
Friday Harbor, WA 98250 United States
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Observing this new era of divisiveness in American society, Gormally created a body of work that would inspire dialogue and help bridge the gap in our culture but also within his own family. In these works, he combines the shamanistic aspect of effigy representation with folk-like carvings, fabrications, and inviting light elements to create widely accessible pieces representing apt idioms for the moment. Wordplay and metaphor are central to the construction of his pieces, which are often humorous.

$10, members and those 18 and under enter free. Mondays are Pay As You Can Days.

Sleeping Fox with Book and Owl  Photo credit: Mark Woods

Brought to you by-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Orcas Island Community Foundation, Browne’s Home Center,  Anonymous, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.