Yoona Lee “Run Race Ragged: Three Takes on Racial Politics in America”

YOONA LEE / Run Race Ragged: Three Takes on Racial Politics in America Opens Thursday, May 12th during the Capitol Hill Art Walk On view through June 5th, 2016 Exhibit Also Viewable Online Artist Statement: Race in America is a sprawling, messy topic. By using three different approaches—large-scale abstract painting, mixed-media conceptual collage, and figurative […]

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Hickory Mertsching Now on View, Plus it’s our 6th Anniversary on Capitol Hill!

HICKORY MERTSCHING April 14th – May 8th, 2016 View ONLINE In this collection of oil paintings, Hickory continues his exploration of manmade detritus and ephemera subtly colliding with the natural environment. Utilizing arid stones, vessels and sticks, a narrative of climate change, predator/prey survival, and commoditization of the environment is created. Working in the path […]

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Bell Jar II: Art Under Glass Shelter Opens at Ghost Gallery, Seattle

Originally posted on artdoesmatter:
Brandon Vosika, “Haunted Room I.” Mixed media, glass bell jar, 7.5in. x 7in., 2016. Ghost Gallery in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of downtown Seattle opened its 2nd Annual Bell Jar Group Exhibition last Thursday evening, March 10th to an excited group of art-opening attendees. This group show features twenty-eight local and…

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In the Eye of the Storm, 2015

“In the Eye of the Storm” w/Tessa Hulls, opening Feb. 11th!

Ghost Gallery presents a solo exhibition by Seattle artist Tessa Hulls, opening Thursday, Feb. 11th On view through March 6th, 2016 “In the Eye of the Storm is a new series of gouache paintings and papercuts that explore the idea of sanctuary and reprieve even within the heart of a collapse. It’s been nearly three […]

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Ghost House by Sara Everett (Seattle), 2015 mixed media

Annual Mini Art Extravaganza Now on View

The Mini’s are up! Now through early February, you can shop miniature art from over 63 local, national and global artists. Works are under 10″ x 10″ and priced $250 & under (most pieces are under $150!) Many works are also listed for sale ONLINE *To coincide with this annual exhibit, we also have a […]

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“Mosquito Noise” Now on View, Annual Mini Art Show up Next!

Mosquito Noise Featuring new media work by Nick Bartoletti, T.S. Flock, Sarah Teasdale and Cait Willis On view through Dec. 6th – MOST PIECES ONLINE HERE Ghost Gallery’s Annual Mini Art Extravaganza Opens Thur, Dec. 10th 5-9pm On view through Feb. 7th, 2016 100’s of small works prices under $250 by local and global artists! Perfect […]

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Counsel Langley + Amelia Layton Reed on view, and here’s what’s next!

Ghost Gallery is now showing  Port Townsend artist Counsel Langley and LA-based artist Amelia Layton Reed. This exhibit marks the final installment of Ghost’s 8-month series featuring all female-identifying artists in the main gallery for 2015. On view through Sun, Nov. 8th ONLINE HERE Counsel Langley lives and works in Port Townsend. For this exhibit, […]

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Cimodo, 2015 by Amber R. Anderson. encaustic wax, watercolor, print, graphite

Amber R. Anderson “Trans{mission}” opens tonight!

Amber R. Anderson: Trans{mission} Sept. 10th – Oct. 4th, 2015 Artist Reception Thur, Sept. 10th 5-9pm during the Capitol Hill Art Walk Ghost Gallery presents a new series of encaustic paintings by Seattle artist & art conservator Amber R. Anderson – Combining print-making techniques, exploring concepts of physical energy (in scientifically traditional terms: kinetic, mechanical […]

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Now on View: Three-Fold with Elizabeth Arzani, Carmen Neely and Krisna Schumann, plus Upcoming Events!

THREE FOLD is on view through Sunday, July 5th “Three-Fold” aims to create interpretive dialogue between pairings of artworks. While all three artists have a similar background rooted in painting, each artist manipulates and combines different media with a distinctly different intent and purpose. The works chosen utilize painting, collage and assemblage to demonstrate dynamic […]

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