The Realogics Sotheby’s International Realty Bainbridge Island office opened its doors for an evening of art and community at the First Friday Art Walk last week, with a collective of featured visual artists and live music by the Speakeasy Jazz Cats.
“We have such an amazing space and it was a fun opportunity to bring joy to our community as people danced and perused the fabulous featured art,” said Marilyn Turner, Bainbridge Island Office Manager. “By the end of the evening, people were standing under street lights listening to the Speakeasy Jazz Cats!”
Guests enjoyed meeting artists working within a range of mediums, from Jan Branham’s Shellac Plates & Chine Colle, Pam Sproul’s photography, and Pam Galvani’s Monotype, to Shelley Minor’s Collagraph Monoprint and Barbara Ferrier’s live painting demonstrations. The art was complemented by live music from the Speakeasy Jazz Cats.
Photo Credit: Stuart Ferrier