September 24 - December 6, 2021

Nichols Gallery

Prepare for the unexpected!  Experience the human body as art-telling stories, expressing emotions & celebrating what it means to be human.

Invited artists for this exhibition are:  Tor Archer, Juliette Aristides, Frank Gallimore, Don Haggerty, Mark King-O'Higgins, Judith Kindler, Cathy Locke, and Amy Pleasant.

This striking exhibition will expand your definition of figurative art.

We thank our sponsors-  The Honeywell Charitable Fund, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, Town of Friday Harbor, San Juan Island Community Foundation, Anonymous, Orcas Island Community Foundation,  Printonyx, Harbor Rental, Browne’s Home Center, Tucker House, Friday Harbor Grand, and Friday Harbor House.

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Laurels  Juliette Aristides

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Untitled Portrait,  Nola Ahola

North Gallery
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GOING THE DISTANCE by Nola Ahola is a solo exhibition of watercolors, collage, and ink drawings from her illustrious career. Her unique and luminous-figure-in watercolor style with a feminist context will enthrall you. 

This exhibit is representative of the artist’s lifetime of exceptional artistic achievement.

Sponsored by The Honeywell Charitable Trust, Lamar Efaw Interiors, Elan Video and Framesmith.

The Atrium

In ON BEING ALIVE Francie Allen sculpts fluid wire figures and merges them with shadows and music to create a multi-sensory installation.

Sponsored by The Honeywell Charitable Trust, Town of Friday Harbor, National Endowment for the Arts, Washington State Arts Commission, San Juan Island Community Foundation,  Orcas Island Community Foundation,  Printonyx, Harbor Rentals and Browne’s Home Center.

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Bassist  Francie Allen

All exhibits and events will be in compliance with any pandemic restrictions and schedules. SJIMA has all COVID protections in place for your safety and that of our staff and volunteers. You will be asked to wear a mask. Should you not have one, we will provide one. 

Admission is $10 and free to members and those 18 and younger. Mondays are Pay As You Can days. More information and updates can be found at https://sjima.org/.  SJIMA is located at 540 Spring Street in Friday Harbor, WA and all are welcome to this joyous show.

Hours:  Friday - Monday 11-5   Mondays are Pay As You Can Days