Our Current & Upcoming Shows

We showcase Pacific Northwest artists whose work speaks to the vast beauty of the region. Our shows, like our gallery, feature their art in a client friendly atmosphere. While the mediums of the contemporary art we showcase vary widely, each work embodies a sense of adventure.

A Singular Approach: Design Part II

Free to the Public

06/23/2008/31/20

Singular Approach: Design II

June 25th -  August 31,2020
  • Participating Jewelers
  • Catherine Grisez
  • David Licata
  • Micki Lippe
  • Yuko Tanaka
  • Nikki Couppee [not participating]
The concept for the show is the of melding design and technique together to create non traditional jewelry... that has become the signature of contemporary art jewelry.
Reception for the show Thursday, June 25rd 4 to 7 
Hopefully a few jewelers in attendance and social distancing and masks.
315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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A Singular Approach: Design Part II

Art AiSLE - Small showcase - Kalindi Kunis

Free to the Public

07/30/2008/30/20

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Kalindi Kunis

Michael Dickter and Robin & John Gumaelius

Free to the Public

08/07/2008/29/20

The Nature of Dreams: Michael Dickter and Robin & John Gumaelius

08/07/20 – 08/29/20
The gallery comes alive with kinetic ceramic creatures from Robin and John that cavort and play in a imaginary world created by this wife and husband team. And the gallery walls reverberate with beautiful flowers and flying birds in Michael’s painted mixed media landscapes.

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Michael Dickter

Robin and John Gumaelius

Art AiSLE - Small showcase - David Ridgway

Free to the Public

09/10/2009/30/20

woodblocks

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

David Ridgway

Art AiSLE - Small showcase - Teresa Smith

Free to the Public

11/05/2011/28/20

Expressionistic landscape paintings

315 Argyle Ave.Friday Harbor, WA 98250

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Featuring:

Teresa Smith