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Opened in 1975, Blue Sky Gallery is one of the few and best photographic galleries in the city. Subjects of the photos range widely, from works by Paul Seawright, whose Irish descent led him to take award-winning photographs of the conflicts in Ireland, to local artists who have taken advantage of the Pacific Northwest greenery to create stunning pictures.
A photograph speaks volumes and remains etched in the memory for a long time. Black Box Gallery is a wonderful place for photography enthusiasts. Founded by Todd Johnson, this hidden gem features a rotating collection of contemporary photographers from all over the globe. Its minimalist decor is accentuated by white walls and industrial lighting. The only adornments are the lovely framed photos on display. The works are carefully selected every month and showcases established as well as upcoming artists. The curated photographers can get their snaps framed, printed and matted for free in the gallery. If you have missed a group photography exhibit, then you can check out the gallery's archive and catalog file.
Founded in 1970, the Camerawork Gallery is one of the oldest galleries in the US dedicated completely to fine-art photography. Since its establishment, the gallery has been host to more than 500 continuous shows displaying the works of local photographers as well as photographers from other parts of the country, Canada and Mexico. Directed by Scott Jones, the gallery represents delightful photographic masterpieces, each unique and beautiful.