Phinney Center Gallery

The Phinney Center Gallery supports local emerging artists, with rotating shows throughout the year. The art gallery is located upstairs in the Phinney Center. Our gallery shows are advertised to 20,000 local community members and thousands of people visit the Phinney Center each month.

Previous Shows

PNA Member, Volunteer, & Staff Show

at the Phinney Center
6532 Phinney Ave N.
Monday – Friday, 9 am-5 pm
and online

View the online show

Purchase art online

Or call the Phinney Center at 206.783.2244, Monday-Friday, 9 am-5 pm



Ariel Burnett
Meg Carlson
Mary Lou Dickerson
Christi Everett
Katie Freeman
Lee Harper
John Jones


Northwest Fine Arts Competition

JUNE 10 – JULY 10

View the online show




Congratulations to the Jurors’ Choice winner, Martha Thomas!

Read her story

photograph of trees

Martha Thomas, Reach, Toned BW Silver Gelatin Print, 10×10, $150


Meet the Jury

Laura Brodax – Laura Brodax is a ceramic artist. She combines local history and surroundings to customize her story on tile murals and porcelain wares. Inspired by traditional ceramic transferware, early photographic techniques and nature, she uses photographic imagery and the printed line to bring ideas forward through screen printing glaze on porcelain. Laura lives and works in Shoreline, Washington, where she recently opened the storefront studio Modern Glaze. Laura is a graduate of the University of Washington with a fine arts degree in Ceramic Art.

Jessie Brugger – I grew up in Auburn Washington and started my undergraduate degree for painting and drawing at Western Washington University before I transferred to Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. I completed my graduate degree at the New York Academy of Art, In New York City. When I graduated from there I was honored a residency in Giverny, France, where I started doing stop motion animation. My first animation was awarded Best Animation in the New York International Film Festival. I was awarded a studio in Manhattan at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Studio Program. I am currently living in Tacoma, Washington and teach at Green River College. Some of the classes I teach are Drawing, Animation, Art and Feminism and Beginning Design.

David Francis– David Francis is the Public Art Coordinator and Curator with the City of Shoreline, Washington. After degrees in poetry and critical theory (MFA, PhD, from UW), he taught in Poland and Hungary as a Fulbright Lecturer before returning to Seattle to teach at Cornish College of the Arts and Pratt Fine Arts Center. Since 2005, he has created about 25 exhibitions as an independent curator, most recently at Carkeek Park, Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), and Museum of Northwest Art. His wide-ranging practice also includes poetry (Otherwise This Stone, CoCA, 2012), travel narratives (Field Notes from the Chimalapa Wilderness, Mexico, CoCA, 2013) and experiments in visual art.


Recent Show

Up and Coming Artists

Celebrate our youth artists! Enjoy work from artists aged 7-24.

View the “virtual” exhibit



Amelia Beaumont
Dylan Bodonyi-Feurer
Elsie Nelson Brown
Emily DiGianni
Fern Dragon
Simone Ford
Nancy Gunawan
Tzu Hung (John) Huang
Lula Keteyian
Hallie MacPherson

linoleum block print of a dachaund

Elsie Nelson Brown, Dachshund
linoleum block print

two water color images
Lula Keteyian, Sky  #3 and One and Million
watercolor on paper

Nancy Gunawan, Cahaya dari Langit
digital photograph

Iris painting
Emily White, Iris


Meet the Jury

Amy Redmond
is a Seattle-based visual designer and printmaker specializing in letterpress printing. Exploring the duality of letterforms as language and image, she composes editioned work using metal and wood typefaces, at times incorporating linoleum carving, pressure printing and collographs. Amy holds a BFA in graphic design from James Madison University (Virginia), is a member of Seattle Print Arts, and shows her work nationally in group and solo shows. She is currently working on a series of prints made using non-recyclable plastic scraps, calling into question our need for these items and exploring the possibility of a less-wasteful approach to the everyday business of living. She prints in her private studio (Amada Press), teaches letterpress printing at Seattle’s School of Visual Concepts, and was a 2018 recipient of the Artist Trust GAP Award. Learn more at

Kathryn “Kappy” Trigg
is a local established artist who has exhibited all over the Northwest including in the SAM Gallery and Nordic Museum in Seattle, the Portland Art Museum and in the PNA Gallery. She has done studios in painting, printmaking, textile arts and photography at numerous schools and institutions and instructed monotype at the Sev Shoon Arts Center for 12 years. Kappy has a BA in Fine Art from the University of Washington and a studio at Ballardworks. Learn more at

Mylen Tumaliuan-Huggins
is a practicing teaching artist at Seattle Art Museum and worked for many years as an artist in residence at public schools in Seattle and Highline School Districts. She is an artist mentor for Arts Impact, an arts education organization that empowers educators to integrate the arts into all learning, and a board member for Arts Corps, whose mission is to revolutionize arts education by igniting the power of young people through culturally engaging learning experiences. Mylen is an encaustic and mixed media artist who shows her work around Seattle. Learn more at


Get involved! Join our Arts Committee

Are you an artist? Do you love art of all kinds? We need community members with a knowledge and love of art to help plan and execute quarterly art shows. This would involve occasional evening meetings to plan shows, hanging quarterly art shows, staffing art show openings, and more.

We are also looking for artists to serve as jurors for our 2019 art shows. Interested in either (or both!) opportunities? Contact Krissie Dillon at [email protected] to learn more.


Previous Gallery Shows


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