Past Exhibitions

Territorial Hues: The Color Print and Washington State 1920-1960

October 5, 2017 - January 7, 2018 The exhibition and catalogue is the first study of color printmaking in Washington State during the period 1920-1960.…

Seattle Print Arts – Contemporary Hues

Seattle Print Arts is delighted to present, “Contemporary Hues” a juried exhibition of work by members of Seattle Print Arts, an organization of regional print…

Vintage Christmas Cards by Northwest Artists

It's that time of year again, the third iteration of our annual Vintage Christmas Card exhibition! From November 22 - January 7, we are presenting…

Women Painters of Washington- Provincetown White Line Print

October 5 - November 19, 2017 The Women Painters of Washington are on display in our Ancillary gallery with their incredible Provincetown White Line printing…

Northwest Impressions: The Paintings & Etchings of Paul Morgan Gustin

One of the region’s finest painters, Paul Morgan Gustin (1886- 1974) was born at Ft. Vancouver, WA and was raised in Denver, CO where he…

Northwest Painting and Studio Ceramics: A Regional Perception

For decades, the art world has attempted to place barriers between stylistic variations in an artist’s production. “Realism” has been denigrated in favor of “Abstraction”…

Botanical Exuberance: Trees and Flowers in Northwest Art

There is a good reason why Washington has been referred to as the Evergreen State. One of the outstanding features of our region lies in…

Northwest Social Realism and the American Scene: 1930 – 1950

Northwest Social Realism and the American Scene is an exhibition focused on Northwest artists and their depictions of scenes of everyday life in the Northwest…

A Spirit Unbound – The Art of Peggy Strong

Peggy Strong (1912-1956) was one of the leading regional artists of the mid-20th century. Born in Tacoma, Washington, Strong studied at the Annie Wright Seminary,…

Against the Moon: The Art of John Matsudaira

Born Takehisa Matsudaira in Seattle, he was educated in Kanazawa, Japan and returned to Seattle in 1935. While he and his family were detained in…

Northwest Photography at Mid-Century

Washington State has been the home for many artistic photographers who achieved national and international recognition during their lifetimes. This exhibition reintroduced the public to…

Looking Back, Moving Forward: A Centennial Tribute to Nellie Cornish & the Cornish College of the Arts

“She was a small, round, plump little lady with the dynamism of a rocket, and we were all terrified of her, terrified of her tongue…

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