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Abmeyer + Wood
1210 2nd Ave., 206/628-9501, fax: 206/628-9502
Mon.-Sat. 11am-6pm. Also by appt. Located downtown near the Seattle Art Museum, Abmeyer + Wood represents renowned contemporary artists including Ford Crull, Doris Chase, Jeff Fontaine, Catherine Eaton Skinner, Steve Jensen and William Morris.

Ancient Grounds
1220 First Ave., 206/749-0747

Antiques at Pike Place
92 Stewart St., 206/441-9643,
Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. noon-5pm. "The Biggest Little Mall in Town!" 5,000 sq. ft. of antiques. Fun place to visit, great place to shop. Find us at the corner of Post Alley and Stewart Street just off Pike Place Market.

Art Institute of Seattle
2323 Elliott Ave., 206/448/0900

Art Stall Gallery
97 Pike St., 206/623-7538
Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm. Located in "Pike Place Market, Seattle's own since 1907." Art Stall is the landmark gallery in the Pike Market. A 50-year tradition, 13 artists create original paintings for collectors worldwide.

The Art Study
4630 Village Ct. NE, 206/525-2400

Art/Non Traditional
2045 Westlake Ave., 206/233-0680

Artforte Gallery
320 First Ave. S, 206/748-0187

ArtFXStudio Gallery
420 N. 35th St., 206/545-7459

ArtsWest Playhouse & Gallery
4711 California Ave. SW, 206/938-0339

ArtXchange Gallery
512 First Ave. S., 206/839-0377, fax 206/839-0393
Tues.-Sat. 11am-5:30pm. ArtXchange Gallery is a contemporary international art gallery in Pioneer Square that aims to inspire cultural exploration and the exchange of ideas through art. Featuring artists working in oil, acrylic, and gouache, contemporary lacquer paintings, sculpture, photography, as well as a selection of tribal, traditional, and contemporary textiles.

Avalon Glassworks
2914 SW Avalon Way, 206/937-6369,
Mon.-Fri. 10am-6pm, Sat.-Sun. 10am-5pm. Watch art glass made right in front of you, and shop for gifts or home décor in the store. For over 23 years, Avalon Glassworks has been a gem of West Seattle's Luna Park neighborhood. Come see it made! Stand so close, you can feel the heat. We blow glass Thurs.-Mon. and the retail store is open daily. Check our web site for the best times to watch. Its a free, very-Seattle experience. We create unique, blown glass influenced by the Northwest landscape. Vases, bowls, ornaments, and sculpture. Less than 10 min. from downtown, near Alki Beach. Free parking. Or take the King County Water Taxi and free shuttle, hopping off near Luna Park Café.

Azuma Gallery
530 1st Ave. S., The Florentine 206/622-5599,
Tues.-Sat. 11:30am-5:30pm, or by appt. Since 1979 this gallery specializes in contemporary and traditional Japanese art. Leading representative of modern Japanese printmakers. Also featuring ceramics, basketry, screens, and jewelry art.

Baas Art Gallery
2703 E. Madison, 206/324-4742

2856 NW Market, 206/784-9987

Between Cultures
8809 Roosevelt Way NE, 206/523-0053

Bherd Studios Gallery
312 N. 85th Street, Ste. 101 206/234-8348

Blowing Sands Glass Studio
5805 14th Ave. NW, 206/783-5314

Bryan Ohno Gallery
521 S. Main St., 206/459-6857

Burke Museum
University of Washington, 206/543-5590

Canlis Glass
Northwest Work Lofts, 3131 Western Ave., Ste 329 206/282-4428

Center on Contemporary Art (COCA)
114 Third Ave. S., 206/728-1980

Chelsea Antiques
3622 NE 45th St., 206/525-2727

Chihuly Garden and Glass
Seattle Center, 305 Harrison St. 206/753-4950

Children's Museum
Seattle Center House, 206/441-1768

Cloud Gallery at Frame Central
901 E Pike, 206/720-2054

Columbia City Gallery
4864 Rainier Ave. S, 206/760-9843

Core Gallery
117 Prefontaine Place S., 206/467-4444

Cornish College of the Arts
710 E. Roy St., 206/726-5151

Crackerjack Contemporary Crafts
1815 N. 45th, Wallingford Center #212 206/547-4983,
Mon.-Fri. 10am-8pm, Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 11am-6pm. Located in an historic schoolhouse, we have been celebrating the handmade for 30 years! The first in Seattle to encompass such a diversity of craft media, we represent artists from Seattle, the Northwest, and the nation. Plenty of free parking.

Davidson Galleries
313 Occidental Ave. S., 206/624-1324 (contemp. prints), 206/624-6700 (antique prints),
Tues.-Sat. 10am-5:30pm. Founded in 1973, Davidson Galleries exhibits and sells antique and contemporary works on paper. The gallery is known nationally for extensive (includes 20,000+ works) original print inventory spanning more than five centuries. Member of the International Fine Print Dealer's Association and the Seattle Art Dealer's Association.

Daybreak Star Gallery and Arts Center
Daybreak Star Arts Center, Discovery Park 206/285-4425

Dendroica Gallery
1718A East Olive Way, 206/324-2502

Distant Lands
109 First Ave. S., 206/340-2868

Driscoll Robbins Fine Carpets
997 Western Ave., 206/292-1115

Edge of Glass Gallery and Studio
513 N. 36th St., Ste. H 206/632-7807

Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery
1420 Fifth Ave., City Centre 206/624-6768,
Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. noon-5pm. Facèré (pronounced Fah-cherry) offers a selection of antique and vintage jewelry (1800s to the 1950s) as well as the finest in contemporary jewelry art by fifty artists from around the world.

1201 S. Vale St., 206/658-0110

Fine Impressions Gallery
8300 5th Ave., NE 206/784-5270,
Tues.-Sat. 11am-5pm, or by appt. A European-style fine art print gallery offering a wide range of original antique and contemporary handmade prints and other works on paper, including watercolors and drawings. A selection with something for every interest, including architecture, botanicals, maps, birds, historical subjects, literary subjects, satire, costumes, and much more. Wide range of prices. Our professional framing services will protect and display your artwork, providing a lifetime of enjoyment. Gift certificates available.

FireSong Gallery
925 4th Ave., Suite 410 206/624-2525
Mon.-Thurs. 8am-5pm, Fri. by appt. FireSong Gallery is located in the 4th and Madison building. The Gallery focuses on Northwest Artists using heat to create their pieces -- such as Raku, Glass and Metalworks.

FireWorks Fine Crafts Gallery
210 First Ave. S., Pioneer Square 206/682-8707

FireWorks Fine Crafts Gallery
400 Pine St., Westlake Center 206/682-6462

Fireworks Fine Crafts Gallery
SeaTac Airport, 206/244-5380

Fireworks Fine Crafts Gallery
Southcenter Mall, 206/805-3038

Fireworks Fine Crafts Gallery
University Village, 206/527-2858

Flanagan & Lane Antiques
165 S. Jackson St., 206/682-0098

Flury & Company, Jackson Street Gallery
322 First Ave. S., 206/587-0260, fax 206/382-3519
Mon.-Sat. 11am-5:30pm and by appt. Flury & Company specializes in the vintage photographic works of Edward S. Curtis and his masterwork The North American Indian (1907-1930). Vintage photogravures, platinum and silver print photographs, goldtones in their original studio frames, and complete volumes and portfolios. We carry vintage photography by other photographers of the American West such as Asahel Curtis, Norman Edson, William Henry Jackson, F.A. Rinehart and Adam Clark Vroman. We also feature fine antique Native American art objects from the NW Coast and Alaska, the Great Plains and the Southwest.

Flying Shuttle
607 First Ave., 206/343-9762

Form/Space Atelier
98 Clay, 206/349-2509

Foster/White Gallery
Pioneer Square, 220 3rd Ave. S, Ste. 100 206/622-2833

Fountainhead Gallery
625 W. McGraw St., 206/285-4467

Frederick Holmes and Company: Gallery of Modern & Contemporary Art
309 Occidental Ave. S., 206/682-0166,
Tues.-Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 11am-6pm. 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, featuring original master prints from Pierre Renoir to Joan Miró, and the art-historic estate of seminal American Modernist, Walter Quirt (1902-1968). Whistler and others.

Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave., 206/622-9250,
Tues.-Sun. 11am- 5pm, Thurs. 11am-7pm. Closed Mon. The Frye Art Museum is Seattle's only free art museum. The Founding Collection showcases 19th and 20th century European and American painters; special exhibitions feature local and international contemporary and emerging artists. Daily public tours Tues.-Sun. at 1pm and Tues., Sat., Sun. at 11:30am. A museum store, café, auditorium, and art studios are on-site. Parking is free. For more information call the museum or visit our website.

G. Gibson Gallery
300 S. Washington St., 206/587-4033

Gage Academy of Art
1501 10th Ave. E, 206/323-4243

Gallery 110
110 Third Ave. S, 206/624-9336

The Gallery at Towne Center
17171 Bothell Way NE, Lake Forest Park 206/417-4645

Gallery IMA
123 S. Jackson St., 206/625-0055

Gallery Mack's Art Connection
2100 Western Ave., 206/448-1616
Located at the northern end of the Pike Place Market. In business since 1977 in Seattle, representing the finest regional, national, and international artists. Exceptional sculpture collection, unique studio glass, and paintings.

101 Prefontaine Pl. S., 206/296-8677

Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center
5809-1/2 Airport Way S., 206/851-1538

Ghost Gallery
504 E Denny Way, 206/832-6063

Glasshouse Studio
311 Occidental Ave. S., 206/682-9939,
Mon.-Sat. 10am-5pm, Sun. 11am-4pm. First Thursday: 10am-8pm. View Seattle's oldest glassblowing studio. Featuring a large selection of hand blown glass from jewelry and vases to custom lighting.

Gold Mine Design
1405 First Ave., 206/622-3333

Greg Kucera Gallery, Inc.
212 Third Ave. S., 206/624-0770

Harris/Harvey Gallery
1915 First Ave., 206/443-3315,
Open 7 days. Mon.-Sat. 10:30am-5:30pm; Sun. 11am-4pm Featuring contemporary paintings prints, sculpture and photography by Northwest and West Coast artists. Representing over 30 artists, the gallery reflects a wide spectrum of styles, genres, and media, from representational and narrative work to abstraction and expressionism. A founding member of the Seattle Art Dealers Association.

Hedreen Gallery, Lee Center for the Arts
Seattle University, 901 Twelfth Ave. 206/296-2244

Henry Art Gallery/Faye G. Allen Center for the Visual Arts
15th Ave NE & NE 41st St., University of Washington 206/543-2280

Homa Oriental Rugs
1208 First Ave., 206/623-7663

Jack Straw New Media Gallery
4261 Roosevelt Way NE, 206/634-0919

Jacob Lawrence Gallery
University of Washington, 104 Arts Bldg. 206/685-1805

James Harris Gallery
604 Second Ave., 206/903-6220

Jeffrey Moose Gallery
1333 Fifth Ave. Rainier Square, 2nd level, directly across from the Fairmont Hotel 206/467-6951

Johnson & Johnson Antiques
6820 Greenwood Ave. N, 206/789-6489

Juan Alonso Studio
306 S. Washington St., #104 206/390-4882

Kirsten Gallery
5320 Roosevelt Way NE., 206/522-2011

604 S. Jackson St., International District 206/381-3000,
Mon.-Sat. 11am-6pm, Sun. noon-5pm

814 E. Roy St., Capitol Hill 206/726-0704,
Tues.-Fri. noon-7pm, Sat. 11am-7pm, Sun. noon-6pm. KOBO, which translates from Japanese as "artist's workspace," is a well-curated selection of contemporary art and design by Northwest and Japanese artists. KOBO gallery and shop is known for its fine jewelry, studio ceramics, textiles, including prints and original works. Monthly exhibits showcase featured artists.

The Legacy Ltd.
, 206/624-6350, 1-800-729-1562

Linda Hodges Gallery
316 First Ave. S, 206/624-3034

Local Color
1606 Pike Place, 206/728-1717

Mariane Ibrahim Gallery
608 Second Ave., 206/467-4927

Martin-Zambito Fine Art
1117 Minor Ave., 206/726-9509

McAllister/Fossum Appraisal Services
1617 Boylston Ave., 206/271-7966

Method Gallery
106 Third Ave. S, 206/223-8505

Milagros Fine Mexican Folk Art
1409 First Ave., 206/623-1766

Milagros Fine Mexican Folk Art
1530 Post Alley, #9, Pike Place Market 206/464-0490

Muesum of Pop Culture
325 5th Ave. N, 206/367-5483

Museum of History & Industry
868 Terry Ave. N., 206/324-1126

Nordic Heritage Museum
3014 NW 67th St., 206/789-5707,
Tues.-Sat. 10am-4pm, Sun. noon-4pm, closed Mon. Permanent exhibits showcase the history of the five Nordic countries in the Northwest. Temporary exhibitions vary. Visit for more information.

Northwest African American Museum
2300 S. Massachusetts St., 206/518-6000

Northwest Woodworkers Gallery
2111 First Ave., Belltown 206/625-0542,
Mon.-Fri. 10am-6pm, Sat.- Sun. 10am-5pm. A treasured destination for aficionados, collectors, and admirers from around the world. This organization established in 1980 by the region's best woodworking artisans presents studio furniture with innovative design and heirloom quality, as well as fine art, turnings, décor, and gift items.

Olympic Sculpture Park
2901 Western Ave., 206/654-3100

Pacific Galleries
241 S. Lander St., 206/292-3999, fax 206/448-9677
Come visit Pacific Galleries for our monthly premier auctions and the offerings of over 200 local dealers of vintage, antique, and decor. Explore our treasures in the SODO area seven days a week!

Pande Cameron
4797 First Ave. S, 206/624-6263

Paper Hammer Gallery
1400 Second Ave., 2nd & Union 206/682-3820,
Mon.-Sat 11am - 6pm. From lithographs to miniature kites, our gallery features works on and from paper. Our shop sells paper goods and gifts from our bookbinding and letterpress studio.

Patricia Rovzar Gallery
1225 Second Ave., 206/223-0273, 800/889-4278

Phinney Center Gallery
6532 Phinney Ave. N, 206/783-2244

Photographic Center Northwest
900 12th Ave. (at Marion), 206/720-7222

Plasteel Frames Gallery
3300 1st Ave. S, 206/324-3379

Pottery Northwest Gallery
226 First Ave. N., 206/285-4421

Pratt Fine Arts Center
1902 S. Main, 206/328-2200

Prographica / KDR
313 Occidental Ave. S., 206/999-0849,
Tues.-Sat. 10am-5:30pm. Painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture by established and emerging artists.

Puget Sound Navy Museum
901 Fairview Ave. N., C160 206/624-3028

PUNCH Gallery
119 Prefontaine Place S., 206/621-1945

Queen Anne Frame
1621 Queen Anne Ave. N, 206/281-0054

Raven's Nest Treasure
85B Pike St., 206/343-0890

Roq La Rue Gallery
522 First Ave. S, 206/374-8977 Studio
2856 NW Market St., 2D, BallardWorks 206/781-3252

Seattle Art Museum
1300 First Ave., 206/654-3100

Seattle Art Museum • Rental Sales Gallery
1300 First Ave., 206/654-3100

Seattle Asian Art Museum
Volunteer Park, 1400 E Prospect 206/654-3100

Seattle City Hall Lobby Gallery
600 Fourth Ave., 206/684-7174

Seattle Glassblowing Studio
2227 Fifth Ave., 206/448-2181

Seward Park Clay Studio
5900 Lake Washington Blvd. S., 206/722-6342

Shift Gallery
312 S. Washington St., 206/679-8915

Shoreline City Hall Gallery
17500 Midvale Ave. N., 206/417-4645

Shoreline Community College Gallery
16101 Greenwood Ave. N., 206/546-4101 ext. 5-4433

Singer Antiques Gallery
411 W Galer, 206/285-0394

Soil Gallery
112 Third Ave. S., 206/264-8061

SRG Gallery
110 Union St., Ste. 300 206/973-1700

Steinbrueck Native Gallery
2030 Western Ave., 206/441-3821, fax 206/441-3822
Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. 11am-5pm. Steinbrueck Native Gallery showcases a beautiful collection of fine contemporary works by established Northwest Coast First Nations artists. Traditional and modern techniques and media are represented in ceremonial masks, paddles, panels, bentwood boxes, baskets, sculpture, argillite, ancient ivory, original paintings, prints, and jewelry.

Sticks and Stones Gallery
5402 22nd Ave. NW, 206/257-5513

Stonington Gallery
125 South Jackson Street, 206/405-4040, fax 206/405-3656
Mon.-Fri. 10am-6pm, Sat. 10am-5:30pm, Sun. noon-5pm. Stonington Gallery exhibits contemporary masterworks from the Northwest Coast and Alaska. Our totems, masks, fine jewelry, prints, weavings and basketry are of museum quality. We also place a special emphasis on glass sculpture. Providing knowledgeable service for over 35 years, we offer an incomparable Seattle experience. Located in Pioneer Square, we participate in the First Thursday Art Walk year-round. Custom framing. Shipping available. Member of SADA.

Studio Solstone
93 Pike St., Market Atrium 206/624-9102

Suyama Space
2324 Second Ave., 206/256-0809

Tashiro Kaplan Artist Lofts
115 S. Frefontaine St., 206/223-1160

Topper's European Floral Design & Glass Art Gallery
411 University St., 206/622-6330

Traver Gallery
110 Union St. #200, 206/587-6501,
Tues.-Fri. 10am-6pm, Sat. 10am-5pm. Closed Sun.-Mon. The Traver Gallery presents a diverse selection of contemporary painting, sculpture, and ceramics by major artists, and is one of the leading dealers of contemporary studio glass in the United States.

Treason Gallery
319 Third Ave. S., 206/257-5513

Twilight Gallery
4306 SW Alaska St., 206/933-2444

1508 11th Ave., 206/709-9797

Vetri Glass
1404 First Ave., 206/667-9608

Washington State Convention Center Gallery
800 Convention Place, 206/694-5000

Wing Luke Asian Museum
719 S. King St., 206/623-5124

Winston Wächter Fine Art
203 Dexter Ave. N, 206/652-5855

Women Painters of Washington Gallery
701 5th Ave., Columbia Center Bldg., Ste. 310 206/624-0543 Mon.-Fri. 11am-4pm. Women Painters of Washington Gallery, "one of the nicest art spaces in the city," continues its legacy of excellence with group exhibits by award-winning artists from the greater Puget Sound region who represent a wide range of styles, subjects, and media. The gallery is free and open to the public.

Woodside/Braseth Gallery
1201 Western Ave., 206/622-7243

171 S. Jackson St., 206/583-0497

Zen Dog Studio/Tea House Gallery
2015 NW 85th St., 206/784-8289

ZINC Contemporary
119 Prefontaine Place S., 206/617-7378

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