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June14 - September 16, 2019


Andrew Shewman

“Non-human creatures captivate me--the beauty of their perfect adaptation to the environment, thus their inseparability from the natural world. I am fascinated by the human encounter with the spiritual world, archetypes throughout all cultures, and how we as humans reason our existence in the world.” - Andrew Shewman

a visitor wrote: "Sunday is a great day to visit the museum. It’s about a five or six minute walk up Spring Street from the ferry. The exhibition subject was “Deep Dive” about whales and the life of the Salish Sea. It’s a very beautiful upscale contemporary museum with very well hung exhibitions. There was also a film upstairs, a loop with ballet translations of orca movement, which was twenty minutes long. I especially loved the glass room at the front of the museum with five bamboo sculptures hanging in suspended wonder."


The exhibition is sponsored by Honeywell Charitable Fund, Gary and Susan Sterner, Peg Gerlock and Phil Johnson, Alan and Lynn Roochvaarg, Stan and Susan Matthews, Kenmore Air, Western Prince Whale & Wildlife Tours, Islanders Bank, Printonyx and Harbor Rentals.

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