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Phinney Center Gallery

The Phinney Center Gallery supports local emerging artists. Shows are updated monthly, so come and see what's new!


The Gallery is located upstairs in the Phinney Neighborhood Center. Gallery hours are Mon-Fri 9 am-9 pm and Sat 9 am-2 pm.


Openings are held on the second Friday evening of the month. For more information call 206.783.2244.


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Northwest Fine Arts Competition

The deadline to applt to the 2017 Northwest Fine Arts Competition passed on March 10. Applicants will be notified by email the week of March 20.

March 2017 Show


Phinney Neighborhood Association and Urban Hands present: 
Greenwood Rising

Celebrating the art and community of Greenwood after the March 2016 explosion

March 8-April 7

Days after a gas explosion damaged dozens of businesses in the heart of Greenwood, street artists organized by Greenwood nonprofit Urban Hands converged on the neighborhood to paint colorful plywood murals over blown-out windows and doors.


The murals slowly left the neighborhood as storefronts were repaired, but professional photographer Chuck Johnson has given the art new life by combining photos of the murals with mixed digital art to enhance, alter, and bring to life different components of the images. Greenwood Rising will showcase these uniquely community-based art pieces.

Opening Reception - Friday, March 10, 7-9 pm {FACEBOOK EVENT}
Meet many of the artists and celebrate the community at the Opening Reception, which will take place one year after the Greenwood explosion.

The original pieces are not for sale but prints of most of the art pieces will be available for purchase.








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PNA Arts Program Mission Statement


The purpose of the PNA Arts Program is to provide the community with a rich diversity of cultural experiences while supporting regional visual and performing artists. To achieve this goal, the program develops creative venues for artists to share their work in a neighborhood environment.


Preference is given to artists living in the Puget Sound area who are not affiliated with a commercial gallery.


The Phinney Center Gallery is funded in part by 4Culture.


Current Sculpture in Heart of Phinney Park Too

Green House

Clay, paper and wood
by Abigail Maxey

Located in Heart of Phinney Park Too on 67th and Greenwood.

Artist Statement:
My home is my sanctuary, yet it is under constant attack. The battle to maintain my little property, in our growing city surrounded by mountains and water, is constant. Risk ignoring it too long and dandelions disturb the perfectly cultivated lawn, grass widens sidewalk cracks, moss separates shingles, mold invades damp basement corners, vines loosen siding, roots disintegrate sewer pipes, and tree roots damage foundations…lack of maintenance allows biological growth (from microorganisms to trees) to take root, slowly re-claiming ground.”


PNA Arts Program is partially funded by: