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Foster / White Gallery
123 S Jackson Street | ph: (206) 622.2833

Perhaps Seattle's premier art gallery, and certainly

its largest, Foster/White is nearing three decades of displaying famous Northwest artists, such as Morris Graves and Mark Tobey. Dale Chihuly, too, has decided to sell his masterworks through this gallery, which markets painting, sculpture, ceramics, and glassworks. In addition to an expansive representation of Dale Chihuly you'll find a vibrant selection of artist working in glass.

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Art / Not Terminal
2045 Westlake Avenue | ph: (206) 233.0680
A rare nonprofit, artist-run gallery, Art/Not Terminal gives its artists the freedom to display work not shown in commercial galleries. The quality varies, but the sculpture, painting, and installations will always provoke a reaction from the viewer. You can even take art classes or volunteer your own services to the gallery.
Henry Art Gallery
NE 15th Avenue/NE 41st Street | ph: (206) 543.2280
The Henry's redesign, now nearly three years old, still looks fresh and exciting. Inside, you'll find an intriguing, even captivating, permanent collection of contemporary art on the first floor. The café and patio area, perfect for relaxed midday dining, are down a floor, and the bottom floor hosts the rotating exhibits of energetic and challenging art.
Global Art Venue
314 S 1st Avenue | ph: (206) 264.8755
Eastern European and Russian artists in addition to local artists sell their wares through this gallery in the midst of Pioneer Square's art district. Paintings, glass art and small sculptures are displayed set against brick walls, in corridors or small rooms, with spotlights highlighting the art.
Seattle Art Museum
100 University Street [ Downtown ] | ph: (206) 654-3255
The SAM stands firm as the Northwest's major art venue. The four floors host Asian art, with Chinese and Korean masterworks a special feature, European art, an exhibit space on the first floor, and African, Indian, and Aboriginal art on the third floor. The collection of Northwest tribal art, from totem poles to pottery, is extensive and world-class. SAM's store always has art books, posters, and assorted merchandise for museum-goers to take a piece of art home with them.
Bryan Ohno Gallery
155 S Main Street | ph: (206) 667.9572
The four galleries display works from Asia and the Northwest. Bryan Ohno has a special focus on sculptural work, which is frequently the dominant element on display. But, ceramics and painting from master artists will also draw you inside the doors of this gallery.
Davidson Galleries
313 S Occidental Avenue | ph: (206) 524.1324
This is a fully stocked art gallery: you'll find modern art and sculpture together with prints from contemporary and antique artists. From traditional to abstract featuring diverse approaches to the art scene. Prints are a special feature: artists from across the world sell their work here, and work from Asian and European printmakers are another specialty. Don't miss the special "First Thursday" openings.
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