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Your Complete Guide to Seattle Art Galleries that Are Now Open to Visit

As The Stranger‘s proprietor art censor Jasmyne Keimig recently relayed, galleries opposite a city are sensitively reopening their doors for limited-capacity viewing, in partial due to a low trade that comes by galleries as against to museums and stores. “Art galleries can support amicable enmity distant some-more simply as we have open building plans, permitting copiousness of space for a few visitors we might have during any moment,” reads a minute to Governor Jay Inslee orderly by Traver Gallery‘s Sarah Traver. We’ve listed a art spaces that are behind in business during unchanging hours and by appointment below, along with a shows that are currently on view, from Deborah Butterfield’s Sculpture during Greg Kucera Gallery to Lauren Iida’s 32 Aspects of Daily Life during ArtXchange—plus a few practical exhibitions. If we do confirm to visit, don’t forget to wear a facade and to keep your stretch from others.

OPEN REGULAR HOURS
ArtXChange
Current hours: Tues–Sat, 11 am–5:30 pm and by appointment
On view: Lauren Iida: 32 Aspects of Daily Life (through Aug 22, digital vaunt available) Due Belle Voci (July 23-Aug 22)

Cole Gallery
Current hours: Mon-Sat, 10 am-6 pm Sun, 10 am-5 pm
On view: Summer Celebration of Art (July 16-Aug 17), C.A. Pierce: The Inspiration of Atmosphere (through Jul 31) Jenna von Benedikt: Nature’s Spirit (through Jul 31)

Columbia City Gallery
Current hours: Fri-Sun, 12-5 pm
On view: Up in a Air (through Aug 9)

CORE
Current hours: Wed-Sat, Sun Jul 19 Tues Jul 21, 12-6 pm
On view: Mylen Tumaliuan-Huggins: Hiding in Plain Sight Roark T. Congdon: Lockdown Paintings (through Jul 25)

Fantagraphics Bookstore Gallery
Current hours: Mon-Sat, 11:30 am-8 pm Sun 11:30 am-5 pm
On view: Jim Woodring: And Now, Sir — Is This Your Missing Gonad? (through Aug 5)

FoodArt Collection
Current hours: Sun, 2-5 pm and by appointment
On view: Going Dutch II Jane Richlovsky: I’ll Never Have That Recipe Again (through Aug 31)

Fountainhead Gallery
Current hours: Saturday, 12-5 pm

Frederick Holmes and Company
Current hours: Tues-Sun, 10 am-5 pm
On view: Betsy Podlach: Of Time | Out of Time (through Aug 1)

Gallery 110
Current hours: Wed-Sat, 11 am-6 pm
On view: Yvonne Kunz: Socio-Emotional Learning, Rajaa Gharbi: Cauldron Delights JoEllen Wang: #tarplife (all on perspective by Aug 1)

Gallery IMA
Current hours: Tues-Sat, 10:30 am-5:30 pm

Gallery Mack
Current hours: Wed-Sun, 11 am–5 pm

Ghost Gallery
Current hours: Wed–Fri, 12-5 pm Sat–Sun, 12–4 pm
On view: Group imitation show (through July)

Gray Sky Gallery

Greg Kucera Gallery
Current hours: Tues–Sat, 10:30 am–5:30 pm
On view: Deborah Butterfield (through Aug 22)

Harris Harvey Gallery
Current hours: Tues–Sat, 11 am–5 pm and by appointment
On view: Karen Kosoglad (through Aug 1) Highlights from Spring Exhibitions (through Aug 1)

J. Rinehart Gallery
Current hours: Thurs-Sat, 11 am-5 pm and by appointment
On view: Meggan Joy: Battle Cry (through Jul 25)

Linda Hodges Gallery
Current hours: Tues–Sat, 10:30 am–5 pm
On view: Tim Cross (through Aug 1) Kurt Solmssen (Aug 7-29)

Patricia Rovzar Gallery
Current hours: Tues–Sat, 11 am–5 pm and by appointment
On view: Lynda Lowe: Temenos (through Jul 31)

Push/Pull
Current hours: Thurs–Sun, 1–6 pm

Roq La Rue
Current hours: Saturday, 12-4 pm
On view: Kari-Lise Alexander and Jeff Jacobson (through Aug 1)

Schack Art Center
Current hours: Tues–Sat, 10 am–5 pm
On view: American Graffiti: From a Streets to Canvas

SOIL
Current hours: Thurs–Sun, 11 am–4pm
On view: Skinny Dip (through Aug 1)

Stonington Gallery
Current hours: Wed–Sat, 11 am–3 pm and by appointment
On view: Hib Sabin: In My End Is My Beginning (through Jul 31)

Traver Gallery
Current hours: Tues–Sat, 11 am–3 pm and by appointment
On view: Dale Chihuly: Chihuly Merletto (through Aug 1)

Whidbey Island Center for a Arts
Current hours: Fri-Mon, 11 am-4 pm
On view: Façade: What Lies Beneath a Surface Paintings by Anne Belov (through Jul 28)

OPEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Davidson Galleries
On view: Catalog 101 Highlights (through Aug 1)
Online exhibit: Maricarmen Villasana Watercolors (through Aug 1)

Foster/White Gallery
On view: Will Robinson (through Jul 25) George Rodriguez (Aug 6-22)

Koplin Del Rio
On view: Photographs, 2020 (through Jul 18)

METHOD
On view: Ling Chun: Apostrophe S (through Aug 15)

Photographic Center Northwest
On view: 2020 Thesis Exhibition: Douglas King and Aaron Wheetman (through Aug 27)

Shift Gallery
On view: Robin Arnitz, Karen Klee-Atlin, Cynthia Hibbard Jodi Waltier (appointments contingency be done by particular artists)

studio e Gallery
On view: Emily Counts Ko Kirk Yamahira (July 17–Aug 29)

Winston Wächter Fine Art
On view: New from a Northwest (through Aug 31)
Online exhibits: Jessica Cantlin: Captured by a Sea (through Jul 31) Etsuko Ichikawa: New Traces (through Aug 8)

OPEN FOR OUTDOOR VIEWING
Burien Arts Gallery
On view: LIVE during a Maverick (through finish of Aug)

Matzke Fine Art Gallery Sculpture Park
Current hours: Fri–Sun, 11 am–5 pm
On view: Sculpture Northwest collaborative exhibit (July 25–Aug 30)

NOTEWORTHY ONLINE EXHIBITS
Hedreen Gallery
On view: Abstractions of Black Citizenship: African American Art from Saint Louis (through Aug 2)

Jack Straw New Media Gallery
On view: Julia Freeman: IRISIRIS (July 24–Aug 7)

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