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/
Contemporary art gallery in Seattle exhibiting artists for 32 years.
Impact Hub Seattle is a co-working space, events space, and launch pad for purpose-driven ventures that create more value than they capture. We are located in the historic Pioneer Square landmark, 220 & Change.
The gallery focuses on contemporary painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, video and installation.
Founded in 1983, Linda Hodges Gallery is located in the historic Pioneer Square district of Seattle. The gallery principally represents prominent West Coast and nationally established artists, with an emphasis on painting, sculpture, and photography. Linda Hodges has over 30 years of experience advising corporate and private clients in the acquisition of fine art. Gallery Director Dale Cotton has a background in fine art, photography, and book publishing.
M.I.A Gallery (Mariane Ibrahim Abdi Gallery) was founded in 2012 in Seattle and is dedicated to selecting established as well as emerging contemporary artists ...
Martyr Sauce is excited to announce that we’ve expanded our gallery space underground! Our NEW location is on the corner of 1st and S. Jackson Street!
METHOD exhibits art that is experimental, forward-thinking, unconventional, and predominantly based in sculpture, installation, new media, or performance.
Non-Breaking Space is a non-profit gallery by Civilization devoted to showcasing important works of graphic design
A non-profit, community gallery, featuring local artists, from all skill levels open monthly for Pioneer Square’s First Thursday Art Walk.
Pilchuck Glass School fosters and educates a worldwide community that explores the creative use of glass in art and design through courses, residencies and exhibitions.
Sam Day Studio & Gallery is the working studio of illustrator and artist Sam Day, whose paintings permanently share space with the rotating exhibits in the main gallery.
Shift is an artist-run gallery that opened in December 2004 in the renovated Tashiro-Kaplan arts complex; an artist live/work building in the Pioneer Square district of Seattle.
SOIL exists as an alternative venue for artists to exhibit, develop, and advance their work, and is committed to exhibiting and celebrating art of diverse media and content.
The cooperative has been in existence for twenty years and has been consistent in showing a different exhibition each month that opens on every first Thursday. It has received substantial local as well as national press attention.
Stonington Gallery exhibits unparalleled contemporary masterworks from the Pacific Northwest Coast and Alaska. With a special emphasis on spectacular carved sculpture—including masks, totem poles, and panels—we also highlight fine art glass, prints, jewelry, bronzes and paintings. Full framing services available.
Studio 103 out of the Tashiro Kaplan (TK) Building in Seattle’s Pioneer Square area is a working artists’ studio and exhibit space. Artists Zeynep Banu Alev, Lorri Falterman, Joy Hagen, Leslie West, and Claudia Zimmerman share this space with rotating monthly exhibits of their works in encaustic, oil, photography, and printmaking techniques.