Johnny Walker is a community photographer and photo-journalist. Along with providing commercial photography services from consultation to custom framing, this business has a small fine art gallery of local artwork which enhances the customer experience with a diverse selection of collector originals, prints, and gifts.
Art In The Woods is a unique, self-guided studio tour throughout the North Kitsap area in November. The second weekend of November each year visitors are invited into the actual studios to see and purchase current work, view demonstrations of the processes and visit with the artists.
Bainbridge Arts & Crafts is a nonprofit gallery that brings art education and outreach to communities across Kitsap County. One of the region's largest nonprofit galleries, displaying work from hundreds of local artists since 1948.
First Friday Art Walk on Bainbridge Island happens mainly along Winslow Way, capped on one end by the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Many businesses stay open in support of the art walk, as well. Click the link to visit Bainbridge Island Downtown Association for more information on the art walk and art galleries!
Located a stone’s throw away from the Bainbridge Island ferry terminal, BIMA is the gateway to Bainbridge Island and beyond. Home to a growing Permanent Art Collection with a focus on artists and collections from the Puget Sound region, BIMA’s exhibitions feature recognized masters and emerging artists that are sure to leave you inspired by their striking work and thought-provoking themes. This museum has major exhibitions rotating three times per year (that’s 15-20 new shows to experience annually!), as well as classes, tours, films, workshops, lectures, concerts and community events!
Celebrate the beauty and craftsmanship of local, handmade art in August and December! In these free, self-guided art shows on Bainbridge Island you will see regional artists jury in to the summer and winter art shows, and sell their work at Island artists’ studios and historic community halls. When you visit the studios, you’ll see some works in progress, raw materials, tools, and perhaps some inspiration mixed in with a little sawdust.