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A big, gorgeous space flooded with natural light, Gail Gibson's Gallery on the second-floor emphasizes photography and sculpture, often in combination. Themes vary at the whim of the artist and the gallery owner. You might see a retrospective on the history of baseball or a series of "shadow" photographs in which the images look like faint scraps of ghosts. The creaky floorboards add a nice bit of atmosphere to such mysterious shows.
The Underground Gallery by Malcolm Edwards is in the basement of the Grand Central Arcade Building in the iconic Pioneer Square. Having worked as a lawyer, Malcolm turned to professional fine art photography which was his true calling. The gallery though focuses in photography does have other artworks occasionally. You will find black and white and color photos which includes nudes, scenic Spain, rural eastern Washington and more. The gallery serves as a way of expressing his views through photography, which has turned into quite extraordinary art. Call ahead to confirm gallery times.
Get a glimpse of early American history at the Flury and Company art gallery in Seattle. The gallery is one of the most renowned photography galleries, which hosts exhibitions throughout the year. You will love the pictures of native American tribes and the early settlers. The art gallery uses black and white pictures as their main theme and most of these photographs were taken by Edward S. Curtis, who opened one of the first photography studios in the city in in late 19th Century. The vintage photographs are an ode to life before commercialization.
Located along the Winslow Way the Steven Fey Photography Gallery is a great place to enjoy come contemporary art and exhibitions. At lovers will really like the rustic and natural theme of this gallery that focuses a lot on nature and its many aspects. The artists are known locally as well as in international circles. You can enjoy a glass of wine as you strut from one painting to another and enjoy the amount of positivity brimming from each picture.