Harris Harvey Gallery
1915 First Ave
Hours: tues-sat 11am-6pm, mon by appt
Harris Harvey Gallery, the new name for Lisa Harris Gallery, features paintings, prints, photographs and sculpture by contemporary West Coast artists. After 32 years in its loft space in the Pike Place Market, the gallery has moved to a nearby street-level location on First Avenue in Downtown Seattle.
Nov 2-Dec 2 Lois Silver: Inside and Out. This Seattle-based painter exhibits vivid oil paintings with arresting visuals portraying interior and exterior scenes with the vibrancy and personality characteristic of her oeuvre.
REPRESENTING: Kathryn Altus, Joel Brock, John Cole, Peter De Lory, Charles Emerson, Terry Furchgott, Christopher Harris, Richard Hutter, Victoria Johnson, Ed Kamuda, Karen Kosoglad, Gregg Laananen, Kent Lovelace, John Lysak, John McCormick, Richard Morhous, Ann Morris, Linda Jo Nazarenus, Royal Nebeker, Kim Osgood, Jeffrey Palladini, Christine Sharp, Lois Silver, David W. Simpson, Lisa Snow Lady, Wendy Thon, Emily Wood, Thomas Wood, Dion Zwirner
Dec 7-30 Richard Morhous: Duets. Morhous exhibits new work emphasizing painterly qualities and expressionistic color in these paintings of city and landscapes. Within the exhibition, Morhous imagines connections – or duets – between individual works related by time, mood, subject distance or intuition.
Jan 4-27 Peter de Lory: A Silent Way.Featuring a selection of works by Seattle-based photographer Peter de Lory recently exhibited at the San Juan Islands Museum of Art, A Silent Way presents black and white photography that uncovers the distinct, rugged beauty of the San Juan Islands. The exhibition is also accompanied by works from other gallery artists depicting or inspired by island imagery.