Designed in 1992 by noted architect George Suyama, the gallery occupies a dramatic, light-filled space on the second floor of the Harold Poll building, a restored 1910 warehouse just across the street from the main entrance of the Seattle Art Museum.
Over 4,000 square feet of exhibition space with 17-foot ceilings provide the setting for two to three solo exhibitions that change monthly. In addition, accessible storage provides the opportunity for viewing the work of other gallery artists.
110 Union Street, Ste. 200
Seattle, WA 98101
tues - fri 10-6, sat 10-5, sun 12 - 5
monday by appointment