Continuing Jim Bakker’s legacy of championing the unsung names of the art colony is a Bakker favorite: Evelin Bodfish Bourne. This initial show features her varied Still Lives. Trained at the National Academy in the teens, a professional artist by the early 1920’s, Evelin married and moved to Wareham. For the next 30 years, nearly every year, Evelin Bourne exhibited at PAAM until her death in the early 50’s. Like so many artists whose work falls into obscurity, when Evelin died her art was kept within the family for decades, in this case for half a century before Jim discovered it. This exhibit features a newly acquired still life, Arrangement, which was exhibited at PAAM in 1925 and features Evelin’s curved table used for many of her oil still lives painted in the 20’s. Evelin was a close friend of many Provincetown artists, Blanche Lazzell and Dorothy Loeb among others. Artist, William Littlefield helped her put together her resume.