220 3rd Ave S #100, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.622.2833/ www.fosterwhite.com
Founded in 1968, Foster/White Gallery is a premier gallery on the West Coast and has been a prominent landmark in the Seattle arts center of Pioneer Square. The Gallery has attracted worldwide attention with its diverse and exceptional contemporary painting, sculpture, and glass exhibitions. We maintain a high level of aesthetic quality through the representation of emerging, mid-career and established artists whose works are varied in scope yet similar in mastery of materials.Foster/White Gallery is an active member of the Seattle Art Dealers Association (SADA) and a participating gallery in First Thursday Art Walk, a Pioneer Square tradition. Foster/White Gallery is one of the city of Seattle’s most respected galleries and a destination for many tourists. Open: Tue - Sat, 10 am - 6 pm.
Harris Harvey Gallery
1915 First Avenue, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.443.3315/ harrisharveygallery.com
Harris Harvey Gallery, the reincarnation of the 32-year old Lisa Harris Gallery, is a leading Seattle fine art gallery where new and experienced collectors go to find paintings, prints, photography, and sculpture of the highest quality. Conveniently located in the historic Pike Place Market district and West Edge neighborhood of Seattle, the gallery is within walking distance of the Seattle Art Museum and SAM Olympic Sculpture Park. Harris Harvey Gallery specializes in contemporary art by local, regional, and West Coast artists, many from the Seattle area. Drawing from its group of emerging, mid-career, and established artists, the gallery mounts rotating exhibitions and participates in the First Thursday Seattle Downtown Gallery Art Walk. Open: Tue - Sat, 11 am - 6 pm; Monday by appointment.
A/NT: A Non-Traditional Gallery
305 Harrison St, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.233.0680 / www.antgallery.org
Art/Not Terminal Gallery (also known as A/NT Gallery) is a Seattle artists' collective founded in October 1988. It became a Washington State not-for-profit corporation in July 1989, and is currently pursuing tax-exempt status to become a 501(c)(3) organization. A/NT Gallery serves the Puget Sound area by offering several new exhibits every month, free to the public. We also offer our gallery's space to other cultural organizations in need of an exhibit or event venue. In its 25 year history, A/NT Gallery has provided support and space to thousands of emerging artists and disadvantaged artists in need of an exhibit space. The gallery offers education and mentoring on business practices, gallery display, art reproduction, and other subjects related to careers in the arts. Since it's are a non-juried space, the gallery doesn't turn away any artists, regardless of ability or background.
313 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.6247.684/ www.davidsongalleries.com
Located in the heart of Seattle's historic Pioneer Square, Davidson Galleries has since 1973 exhibited antique, modern, and contemporary works on paper--original fine prints, drawings, paintings and mixed media, as well as works in other media by select artists. Davidson Galleries is a proud member of the Seattle Art Dealer's Association (SADA) and a charter member of The International Fine Print Dealers Association, the professional organization par excellence for fine print dealers dedicated to maintaining high ethical standards. Open: Tue - Sat, 10 am - 5:30 pm.
Woodside Braseth Gallery
1201 Western Ave, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.6227.243/ www.woodsidebrasethgallery.com
The Gordon Woodside/ John Braseth Gallery is the oldest and one of the most respected galleries in the Pacific Northwest. We are widely acclaimed for the high quality of the objects we sell & our expertise in all areas of contemporary art. Open: Tue - Sat, 11 am - 6 pm.
Frederick Holmes and Company
309 Occidental Ave South, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.682.0166 / www.frederickholmesandcompany.com
Frederick Holmes and Company - Gallery of Contemporary Art is a bit different from many Seattle galleries, which show predominantly regional or local artists. Comprising two floors, our mission is to introduce emerging Contemporary artists of national/international prominence, working in a variety of mediums and genres, never shown in Seattle before, to the evolving Pacific Northwest art market. Since it's opening, the gallery has hosted numerous solo exhibitions by artists from Miami, New York, London, as well as Portland and Seattle; plus several group exhibitions of International Contemporary and Historic Modern. The Gallery regularly exhibits original prints by late 19th/20th c. Modern Masters, including Renoir, Whistler, Lautrec, Miro and Chagall. Open: Tue - Sat, 10 am - 6 pm; Sun, 11 am - 6 pm.
320 1st Ave S, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.748.0187/ www.artforte.com
Specializing in residential and corporate placement, this must-see gallery features contemporary fine art, including paintings, sculpture and glass by artists from the Pacific Northwest and abroad. Monthly exhibits include: David Patchen, Chris Hawthorne, Valerie Stuart, Rhonda Hill, Jim Walsh, Aaron Coleman... Open: Mon - Sat, 10:30 am - 6 pm; Sunday 12 am - 5 pm.
James Harris Gallery
604 2nd Ave., Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.903.6220/ jamesharrisgallery.com
Founded in 1999, the gallery focuses on showing contemporary painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, video and installation. The gallery prides itself on exhibiting northwest, national and international artists. By placing work in an international context, the gallery strives to promote its artists beyond the region. Our ongoing policy is to develop emerging artists’ careers, showcase mid-career artists, and curate thematic group exhibitions which emphasize an art historical dialogue. Open: Wed - Sat, 11 am - 5 pm.
3126 Elliott Ave., Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.283.2998/ www.siskogallery.com
Sisko Gallery shows work ranging from contemporary realism to non-objective from both established and emerging American artists that have been ambitious in pushing both their own craft and artistic standards. Specializing in sculpture by nationally recognized artists and artists of the Northwest, the gallery also represents selected painters, photographers and mixed media artists. Located near the Seattle Art Museum's Olympic Sculpture Park, the gallery presents single artist exhibitions and group exhibitions with a focused theme. With one of the largest sculpture representations in the Northwest, Sisko Gallery uses a contemporary industrial setting to create a casual yet elegant atmosphere to allow for a comfortable art viewing experience. New shows open approximately every six weeks and everyone is welcome to browse, ask questions, and of course simply enjoy the art.
4306 SW Alaska St, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.933.2444/ www.viragogallery.com
We are an independent, woman-owned and operated art gallery and jewelry boutique. We cultivate and champion women and LGBTQ independent artists and designers, featuring contemporary art, eclectic designs and one of a kind handmade pieces from around the world. Virago Gallery is currently seeking submissions from local and national women , non-binary and women-identified artists working in all mediums for our monthly group and solo exhibits. We encourage women of color to submit. Open: Tue - Fri, 11 am - 7 pm; Sat -Sun, 10 am - 5 pm.
101 Prefontaine Place South, Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206 296.7580/ www.4culture.org
Arts 4Culture strives to reach all King County communities, from urban centers to the most rural areas through funding for individual artists, artist groups and arts organizations, as well as special initiatives. We work with residents, businesses, local governments and community groups to ensure that arts experiences are accessible to all residents and visitors. Open: Mon - Fri 9 am – 5 pm.
Pivot Art + Culture
609 Westlake Ave N., Seattle, Washington, USA/ 1206.342.2710/ www.pivotartandculture.org
Pivot Art + Culture is a 3,000-square-foot concept space located on the ground floor of the newly constructed Allen Institute building in the heart of Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood. It is part of Vulcan Inc. and Paul G. Allen’s mission to make art accessible to the public. Open: Tue - Sun, 10 am - 6 pm.