Art Walk - November

November 2, 2018  |  5PM - 7PM  |  Bainbridge Public Library  |  Free. Light refreshments.

First Friday Art Walk

"Owls in North America: Spirits of the Land" by Paul Bannick

Please join us for the November First Friday Art Walk reception at the Library for the exhibit by Paul Bannick, award winning photographer and author. This exhibit "Owls in North America: Spirits of the Land" has never been shown in the United States. Paul Bannick's photographs will be on display in the main library conference room for the month of November.  The November 2nd reception with Paul in the library's newly refurbished main conference room is co-sponsored by Conservation Northwest.  Click on any of the images below for a larger view of the thumbnail.  Not all of the photographs in the exhibit are shown below.

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Podcast about Exhibit
Paul Bannick

Paul is both the author and photographer of two best-selling bird books, Owl: A Year in the Lives of North American Owls (Braided River 2016) and The Owl and The Woodpecker, Encounters with North America’s Most Iconic Birds (Mountaineers 2008). Both of Paul’s books were well received.  Washington’s State Museum, The Burke, created two traveling exhibits based on his first book.  His second book received the Gold Medal in the 2017 Independent Publisher Book Awards "Animals/Pets” category. Paul’s work has been featured in a variety of publications including The New York Times, Audubon, Sunset, and Nature’s Best Photography Magazine.

His many TV and radio appearances include pieces on NBC Nightly News, PBS and NPR. Paul serves as Director of Development for Conservation Northwest, an organization dedicated to protecting, connecting and restoring wildlands and wildlife in the Pacific Northwest.  

Photographs will be on view all of November but several will be displayed on opening night only.  

Paul will conduct an interactive tour at 6PM featuring selected photographs. Photos, books and calendars will be available for purchase. 

Refreshments will be provided by Conservation Northwest  www.conservationnw.org 

More information can be found at www.paulbannick.com