This category contains only art galleries with physical locations in this State. All listed sites have retail locations that are open to the public with weekday and/or weekend hours -- none are by appointment only. While all of these site promote the art they sell, many have a scholarly component to them and do not push 'online sales'.
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The American Art Company
Tacoma gallery offering contemporary works of art.
Features a mix of international and Northwest contemporary artists working in glass, paint, ceramic, print and mixed media.
A working artists' glassblowing studio and art gallery in Seattle specializing in collectible art glass, custom blown glass, corporate gifts and awards.
Bryan Ohno Gallery
Seattle gallery featuring contemporary sculptors, painters and glass artists from around the world.
A Class Act Gallery
LaConner gallery featuring contemporary paintings, sculpture and furniture. Featuring works by Mark Hopkins , Tim Wistrom, and Thomas Blackshear.
Seattle gallery featuring current exhibitions, artist index, individual artist pages with examples of available work, exhibition calendar and online antique print catalog.
Edge of Glass
Located in Fremont, Seattle and featuring local artists established in the field of blown art glass.
Flury and Company
Seattle art gallery featuring the works of Edward S. Curtis. Gallery offers rare and out of print books, photographs, prints, and vintage Native American art.
Garde Rail Gallery
Seattle gallery dedicated to contemporary folk, self-taught, and outsider art, focusing on artists from the Northwest, and beyond.
Greg Kucera Gallery
Seattle gallery for contemporary artwork.
Jeffrey Moose Gallery
Seattle gallery featuring contemporary artists from the Pacific Northwest.
Lucia Douglas Gallery
Bellingham gallery representing select contemporary Northwest artists.
Martin-Zambito Fine Art
Seattle gallery specializing in 19th through 21st century American art, especially WPA-era and figurative art.
Patricia Rovzar Gallery
Kirkland gallery that features representational fine art in many mediums including oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, ceramic and photography.
Roq la Rue
Seattle gallery of strange visions and funky art.
Anacortes gallery that features artists local to the Pacific Northwest, including Diane Ainsworth, Joel Brock, Don Del Lamas, Michael Ferguson and Leo Osborne.
Shoalwater Cove Gallery
Ocean Park gallery featuring commercial art and custom framing. Specialize in the work of Marie Powell.
Soil Cooperative Art Gallery
Seattle not-for-profit alternative art space which serves the Pacific Northwest as a catalyst and forum for the advancement, development, and understanding of contemporary art.
Located in Seattle and specializing in art from the Pacific Northwest and Alaska.
Poulsbo artist cooperative, offering a multitude of choices of fine art work from local artists.
Water Works Gallery
Friday Harbor gallery representing an eclectic group of contemporary artists who work and live in the Pacific Northwest.
Waters Edge Gallery & Framery
Gig Harbor gallery specializing in local artists in a variety of mediums. Featured artists include: Ebner, Hanks, Capser and Wysocki.
William Traver Gallery
Seattle gallery offering contemporary art. The gallery was the first to show work from the studio glass movement. The gallery also represents major painters, sculptors, and ceramic artists.
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