Phinney Center Gallery

The Phinney Center Gallery supports local emerging artists, with rotating shows throughout the year. The Gallery is located upstairs in the Phinney Center.

Open hours:

Monday-Friday: 9 am-9 pm
Saturday: 9 am-2 pm

 

On Display Now

Selected works from the 2nd Seattle Annual Recycled Arts Festival

Through June 9. See below for details about this show, which took place May 11-12 during the Big One Art Walk

 

Call for Artists!

The 2018 PNA Member and Volunteer Show will be July 11- August 10. Submission deadline is June 3. 

Get Details & Apply Now

 

Previous Show:

2nd Annual Seattle Recycled Arts Festival

May 11-12 (during The BIG One PhinneyWood Art Walk)

Organized by Seattle Recycled Arts Festival, co-sponsored by PNA

Celebrate the philosophy of “reduce, reuse, recycle” with art! Bring the whole family–there will be something for everyone! It’s a great way to encourage environmental consciousness.

Fun stuff includes:  

  • Juried Art Exhibit
  • Eco-Fashion Show (Friday night only)
  • Fix-It Clinic
  • Outdoor Sculpture Garden
  • Art Cars
  • Art+Tech+Trash Interactive Game
  • Seattle ReCreative Children’s Area
  • Food Trucks
  • Information booths

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Golden Girl by Micheal Arndt

Golden Girl by Micheal Ardnt

 

Previous Show:

The Northwest Fine Arts Competition

The 2018 Northwest Fine Arts Competition (NWFAC) is organized by the Phinney Neighborhood Association (PNA). Jurors selected art in 2D media to be displayed in the Phinney Center Gallery from March 7 to April 6.

Sarah Banks was the artist  selected as Jurors’ Choice (see below). She had all of her submitted works displayed in the show, her work featured on show promotional materials, and will have a feature article in the next edition of  The Review, the PNA’s quarterly community newspaper. There was also be a People’s Choice award voted on throughout the show.

Work was shown from the following artists:

Susan Aurand

Sarah Banks

Beth Betker

John Bolivar

Kathy  Collins

Leslee Currie

 Jurors’ Choice Winner: Sarah Banks

Raqq
Raqqa Girl, Intaglio, by Sarah Banks

Artist Statement:

2017 witnessed the largest migration of people since the end of World War II–people displaced by climate change, war, brutal dictatorship.  The submitted images include a portrait of the Yemeni Nobel Peace laureate and Pope Francis’ people on the move–my bearing witness to the
men, women and children who have been forced from home. My intent in making these prints and collage was to engender sympathy in the viewer and to remind us all that we could be the people on the move in need of asylum.  Artist website

People’s Choice Award Winner:  Ellen Ramsey


Satori, tapestry, by Ellen Ramsey

 

Previous Gallery Shows

 

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

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