‘57 Biscayne is a collection of workspaces occupied by a community of independent and mutually supportive creative businesses representing diverse disciplines, including fine art painters, designers of unique objects, and micro-manufacturers. They are open for public events at least twice a year.
As the cultural funding agency for King County, 4Culture works to make our region vibrant by supporting a diverse array of cultural endeavors in four main program areas: arts, heritage, historic preservation, and public art.
Sponsored by Integrus Architecture, A Gallery showcases the work of those in the first years of their pursuit of a professional practice in the visual arts
As a gallery, Artifact, presents contemporary visual arts by predominately Northwest artists…
ArtXchange Gallery is a contemporary intercultural art gallery that inspires cultural exploration, the expansion of global community and the exchange of ideas through art. We exhibit art from around the world that reflects the diversity of influences shaping the Seattle community and contemporary global culture.
Venue, gallery & photo studio. 6000 sq ft in the heart of Pioneer Square, inhabiting the former home of Elliott Bay Book Co, pre-fire home of Doc Maynard, Seattle’s first hospital & library. The 18-foot brick arches lead from 1st ave to Nord Alley.
A leading representative of modern Japanese print artists, Azuma Gallery also showcases contemporary Japanese art - screens, paintings, ceramics and baskets.
Christian Grevstad Gallery was founded in 2011 and established to showcase culturally significant work that shares a symbiotic design vision, holds a timeless quality and complements classic contemporary spaces.
Non-profit gallery located in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle.
Davidson Galleries, located in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square, maintains the largest inventory of fine, original prints in the Northwest.
In business at its present location in Seattle, Washington since 1981, Flury & Company Ltd. has established itself as one of the leading galleries in the world dealing in the purchase and sale of Edward S. Curtis photographic works.
Founded in 1968, Foster/White Gallery is a premier gallery on the West Coast and a prominent landmark in the Seattle arts center of Pioneer Square. We are pleased to host excellent contemporary painting, sculpture, and glass exhibitions while cultivating a sense of community in the arts for over forty years.”
The gallery represents emerging national and international contemporary artists, working in a variety of genres and materials. We also specialize in Historic Late 19th/20th Century Modern with original etchings and lithographs by iconic figures from Pierre Auguste Renoir to Joan Miro. In addition, the gallery represents the art-historic estates of seminal American Modernist painter, Walter Quirt (1902-1968) and legendary photographer, Sam Haskins (1926-2009).
As a nonprofit organization, the gallery fosters artistic and professional connections between its associated artists and the arts community at large through creative dialogue, the presentation of challenging and enriching curated exhibitions, public opportunities and collaborative projects.
IMA stands for International Modern Art, which is what we do. Come visit us and immerse yourself in contemporary art.
Glasshouse-Studio is dedicated to fostering the design, creation, and exploration of hand-blown glass. We are a specialized glassblowing studio located in the glass capital of the world, Seattle, Washington. If you are curious about the ancient art of glassblowing, we encourage you to visit our gallery. There, you’ll discover the works of talented artists, as well as witness live glassblowing demonstrations.
The Globe Gallery was established in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square in 2002 to exhibit the work of both emerging and established photographers. http://www.globegalleryseattle.com/