2045 Westlake Avenue Seattle, Washington - WA98121
A/NT Gallery's Mission is to provide artists, at all levels of experience, the opportunity to show and market their art work. We're a collective artist run gallery with 4,000 ft² of showroom. Any given month we can have over 200 pieces of artworks on display. Original artwork can range anywhere from $3 to $2000 and up. Furthermore, when purchasing art at A/NT 85% is given back to the artist to help further their artistic growth, so join in on the fun and come help celebrate our 24th year in the art community.
300 South Washington Street Seattle, Washington - WA98104
The G. Gibson Gallery opened in Seattle, Washington in August, 1991. The gallery exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture and installations, works on paper, and continues an emphasis on mid-20th century and contemporary fine art photography. The owners' collective history include backgrounds in art history, painting, photography, and approximately 26 years of gallery experience. We have participated in art fairs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Miami, and Basel, Switzerland.
We are members of the Seattle Art Dealers Association and the Association of International Photography Art Dealers.
2221 NW 56th Street, Suite 201 Seattle, Washington - WA98107
We are open by appointment most days and during special events like the Ballard Art Walk on the Third Thursday of each month. We are the only gallery in the US that focuses solely on these kind of unique photographic prints and we travel to meet with collectors regularly which is why we are open mostly by appointment.
Gallery 110’s mission is to provide dynamic opportunities to established and emerging professional artists in an environment that encourages creative expression, experimentation and collaboration. 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.
15 th Ave NE & 41st St Seattle, Washington - WA98195
The collecting activities of the Henry Art Gallery began in 1926 when Horace C. Henry offered 172 works of art and $97,000 to the University of Washington to construct the first public art museum in Seattle. The Henry’s fine art collections have grown through subsequent donations, notably with significant gifts of prints in the 1970s and the establishment of the Monsen Photography collection in 1979. The construction of the Reed Gallery in 1980, the antecedent of the present Reed Collection Study Center allowed increased access to collections by students, professors, and outside scholars. Recent collecting activities have focused on acquiring works representing developments in contemporary art, particularly in the areas of photography, new media, and installation art. The Henry’s permanent collection includes over 25,000 objects.
The Organization was founded in the early 1980s and was originally named the Exposure School of Photography, then later called the Northwest Center for Photography. Over the past 30 years, the Photo Center has evolved from a small photography school into a vibrant community arts center. The Photo Center has a reputation for excellence that extends across the nation and the world.