Juliette Aristides & her students from Gage Academy

Opening Thursday, June 7 from 5-9pm and runs through the month of June. 

Tracy Boyd: New Paintings

Tracy Boyd opens with new paintings on Thursday, May 3rd, 2012. Please join us for Art Walk.

Chris Sheridan & John Osgood

Opens April 5 and runs through April 28th

Fat Black: new paintings by Newel Hunter

Please join us thursday, March 1, from 5-8pm for the opening of Newel Hunter's latest exhibition of paintings at the OK Hotel Gallery. 


Tracy Lang: Tsunami Papers

Opens Thursday, February 2, from 6-8pm. 

An exhibition exploring the 2011 Tohoku earthquake in Japan. Native legend of the Puget Sound includes a powerful supernatural spirit- a'yahos, responsible for shaking, landslides and rushing water. In key locations along the Seattle Fault there are markers to warn of unstable land and tsunami vulnerability. An example would be the Spirit Boulder at the mouth of the Duwamish River. These mural sized Horiuchi inspired collages are printed with woodcut and disparate shreds are woven together creating storyboards of natural disaster. Open the month of February by appointment. contact langprints@gmail.com, 206 855 9458, tracylang.net
 Opening night music: Mark Taylor 

Reflections for Para - Performance by Quinn Dukes, January 6, 6-9 pm

New York based artist, Quinn Dukes, will be performing, "Reflections for Para" between 6-9 pm, Friday, January 6.

This performance is devoted to activist, Obede Loyla Souza and the 1,150 other environmental activists who have been assassinated in their attempts to preserve the Amazon. Participants of the Lumen Festival were invited to light a candle in honor of those who have lost their lives over the past two decades.

Quinn Dukes frequently performs with Grace Exhibition Space in Brooklyn, NY and has received recognition by various publications including that of New York Arts Magazine and Flash Art. Dukes also writes for blogs: Art in New York City and Art in Brooklyn.


Short Days - group exhibition

Opens Thursday, Jan 5th, 5-9 pm. Artists from Seattle, New York City, Portland, Philadelphia, and Baltimore.

Artists include, Zachary Martin, Holly McVeigh, Carolyn Hopkins, Bill Watt, Eric Swangstu, Quinn Dukes McDivitt, Hadley Anne Johnson, Sarah Meadows and Katherine Perryman