Imagine – Solo Show at BIMA!
June 10, 2015 § 6 Comments
Save the date: JUNE 27, 2015 – BIMA – Bainbridge Island Museum of Art!! Scroll a bit to “Summer Exhibition” after clicking BIMA – this is the page to watch in the next couple weeks as original artwork from my children’s book illustrations and childhood imaginings go up on the walls of this fabulous new museum just two blocks from the ferry landing on Bainbridge Island, WA. Better still, travel on over and see for yourself! Admission is always FREE!
I’m very grateful for the words by these stellar authors. Here they are, most with links to what they’re up to now.
* Nellie Edge –Kids In The Kitchen * Rich Latta -Mother Goose Puzzles 1 & 2 * Geoffrey T. Williams -Treasures of the Barrier Reef; Adventures Beyond the Solar System * Marilyn Hollinshead -The Nine Days Wonder * Margaret Greger -More Simple Kites * Janine Scott -When Critters Get the Jitters * Brandt Morgan -Enjoying Seattle’s Parks * Gus Cazzola -The Bells of Santa Lucia * Carole Lexa Schaefer -The Squiggle + 10 * Christine Widman -Cornfield Hide-And-Seek * Nancy Luenn -The Miser On the Mountain: A Nisqually Legend of Mount Rainier *
BIMA’s Summer Exhibition officially opens to the public Saturday, June 27. You can visit with me at “Meet the Artist” from 2 – 5 pm that day. My show is up through Sunday, September 20.
July 18 is “Family Art Day” with FREE activities outside, on the grounds of BIMA and KiDiMu, the Kids’ Discovery Museum. Author Carole Lexa Schaefer and I will be signing books at 10:30. Then from 1:00 – 3:30, I’ll present four, 30-minute sessions of my “Doodle With Pierr” workshop for ALL AGES.
There are zillions of little details that go into putting a show together. Fortunately I’ve been encouraged to relinquish worry and control over most of them. Even the final draft of my bio. But I still had to write one for the director to work with. It took me three days. The second day I couldn’t stand being generic and brief anymore and did My Whole Life in that How-long-can-you-sustain-the-reader’s-yawn? style. I’m glad I did though. The things that are true and most important stand out. Plus I have a new (not-final-draft) bio and photo on the ABOUT PIERR page of my website because of it.
TIP: Gotta write a Bio? Click: Scott James for his brilliant “How to Write a Bio that Doesn’t Suck!” – xo Pierr
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