We need your vote: Please tell us which Something New III Sculpture is your Favorite! The Public Art Committee (PAC), managed by Arts & Humanities Bainbridge (AHB), and the City of Bainbridge Island (COBI), are pleased to announce the voting has begun.
The three sculptures are: Reflection by Abe Singer; (located outside of City Hall), Fumi Amano’s piece, Shape of Memory; (located just off Madison Ave. N. next to Doc’s Restaurant) and Lin McJunkin and Milo White’s, Fossil III (located along Winslow Way near the intersection of Ericksen Ave.
You can cast your vote online HERE, via a paper ballot at Bainbridge Arts and Crafts on Winslow Way or at the Lynwood Center Marketplace. Ballots are also available on our AHB bulletin boards in Winslow Mall or at the Bainbridge ferry Terminal. We are excited to hear what you think and look forward to seeing your choice.
“It’s obvious that Bainbridge Island truly values art and it is especially satisfying to display my sculpture in a community that appreciates, encourages and celebrates the arts in so many forms” comments Abe Singer.
The Something New program, now in its third year, aims to provide both a dynamic public art experience and an ongoing opportunity for sculptors from around the Pacific Northwest to exhibit their work. The project brings a collection of sculptures to three outdoor sites around Winslow for a yearlong exhibition. New pieces are selected and rotated into these permanent locations annually, bringing “something new” to Bainbridge Island each year.