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Ginny Ruffner: What If?
Ginny Ruffner Retrospective Exhibition Catalog.
"I want to learn about new technologies. I want to do things I can't even imagine now."
- Ginny Ruffner
From the Exhibition: Ginny Ruffner (Seattle) takes us on her unique journey of artmaking, spanning over forty years. Best known for lampworked and painted glass sculptures, Ruffner’s prolific career includes paintings, installations, public art projects, metal and glass sculptures, cast glass, and works activated through augmented reality.
Inspired by "Ginny Ruffer: What If?"
A collection of products featuring work by, about, and related to artist Ginny Ruffner's retrospective exhibition "What If?" including works by collaborators and friends.
Support BIPOC Artists
Check out this collection of beautiful goods from talented BIPOC artists and makers. BIPOC stands for Black, Indigenous and People of Color.
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Take home a little piece of BIMA with books and catalogs published by Bainbridge Island Museum of Art in support of its exhibitions.
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