A year ago, Bainbridge Island quietly opened an art museum with an experienced director in a lovely new piece of architecture. One early visitor said she was shocked to see it wasn’t just sailboats and seascapes—and it’s certainly not. The boat ride over satisfies those bucolic desires, and when you arrive, the new art highlight is a solo show by Philippines-born, Seattle-based artist Romson Bustillo. His accomplished, layered prints and cutouts appear across and between galleries, his hot-colored totems, cool shadows, and overlapping screens of shapes presiding interstitially. The newest pieces are a tribute to love and memory that carries, if you’re looking for it, traces of the icons and struggles of the Southern Philippine Muslims. (Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, 550 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, biartmuseum.org, 10 am–6 pm, free, through Sept 28)