Features imported artwork from Africa and Egypt primary. This is a small corner shop without much space so don't expect to see a huge selection. But what they have is brilliant and colorful and great fun to look at. Worth stopping in just for the visual feast.
One of Seattle's most prestigious galleries. Greg handles only the A-list artists like Debra Butterfield, and masters like Motherwell. Their fairly new space works perfectly for them, divided into a few smaller galleries that can have their own space. They have an upstairs gallery, as well as a small patio out back, so don't miss anything when you visit.
This is one of those wonderful little Seattle galleries that isn't afraid to take a chance. They show a variety of artists you've probably not heard of before, but once you see their work may very well be enamored with. Edgy and fun and always changing, this gallery is worth adding to any gallery walk you may be organizing.
This funky little place is inside the Pike Place Market. Mostly they feature inexpensive reproductions, but the subject matter is great for their tourist location. It's fun to look over their current offering as you stroll by.
Wyland is one of the most sold artists in America today. He focuses on sea life and underwater scenes, jumping dolphins, whales in their element, that sort of thing. This gallery is actually fairly large and has a generous selection of his sculpture as well as his paintings.
A fairly new player in the Seattle art scene, but taking over for a well established gallery. Rovzar tends to feature safe art - fun and interesting to look at, but rarely challenging. They do a good job of displaying the work, which often runs to small sculptures as well as two dimensional pieces.
In my opinion this is THE place in Seattle to see quality art glass. The list of artists they represent reads like a Who's Who in the art world. Their light and airy gallery forms the perfect backdrop for the glass. As is typically, they change their exhibit most every month so stop by often.
If you're looking for the work of that "painter of light" this is the Seattle spot. Located on the upper floor of Westlake Mall, the smallish shop has a number of Kinkade's works. Some original, but as is typical mostly reproductions.
Housed in one of the classy older buildings downtown. This chiropractic business is all about the production line. You lay on a table in one of 5 open stalls behind the receptionist. Your doctor then moves from stall to stall, gracing you with your 3 to 4 minutes of treatment. Because the stalls are all open to each other there is zero privacy for any conversations you may need to have with your care provider.
I went here for two months before the whole assembly line mentality got to me and I had to look elsewhere.
This is one of those small local businesses you walk into and just immediately feel good about. They've worked hard to carve a high design place out of the bland Dexter Avenue neighborhood, and have done a great job with their bright red and focus on art. Because of the size there are only a few tables but it leads to a wonderfully intimate feeling. Both times I've been there so far the staff was extremely friendly.