Jessica Bonin “Piecing It Together” – Opening Thursday, July 14th

Piecing it Together: New Work by Jessica Bonin July 14th – August 7th, 2016 Artist Reception Thursday, July 14th 5-9pm during Capitol Hill Art Walk During the Victorian Era, it was common to keep a family scrap album where the bits of paper and ephemera collected each day could be collaged onto its thick pages. […]

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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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“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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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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Happy New Year from Ghost Gallery!

2015 is upon us! We have a stellar lineup of artists planned for this year. Our Holiday Miniature Art Exhibit is continuing through the first week of February, so if you missed it last month you still have time to check out the show in person or online. Through this week we’re offering 25% off […]

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November Events at Ghost Gallery and Beyond!

The holidays are an exciting time of year for small businesses…it’s SO important to contribute to the integrity of your neighborhood, and one excellent way to do this is by shopping small. Artwork and Jewelry both make lovely gifts for friends, family and colleagues. That said, we have a fantastic line-up of opportunities for you […]

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“At The Edge of The Forest” Exhibit, Gorgeous Off-Site shows, Plus our Autumn Shopping Event!

We have a stellar lineup of events planned for the rest of 2014! Here’s what’s happening in October, both on and off-site: At The Edge of The Forest Thurs, Oct. 9th 5-9pm On view through Mon, Nov, 10th, 2014 11 local & national artists expound on this spooky theme, perfect for our favorite month. Artists […]

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“Our Kingdom” Tintypes & Macro Photography Exhibit, plus New Independent Designers for Fall

Even though the weather is still very warm (which is a lovely surprise), you can feel the chill starting to creep in on the night air, and the buzz of the changing season is all around. Our September exhibit, “Our Kingdom,” complements this shift in our environment. Featuring tintypes by Michelle Smith-Lewis and macro photography […]

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Now on View, plus Upcoming Events!

Now on View! Original pigment ink drawings by Seattle artist Olivia Knapp About the artist: Olivia Knapp’s intricate hand drawn pen and ink style is influenced by European line engravings of decorative relief and scientific specimens from the 16th and 17th centuries. Her tight cross hatching technique involves long slow and steady curved lines that […]

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Coming up for June: Cait Willis, Emily Clark, Sasha Robinson!

We have a very art-filled June planned for you!  New work by Seattle painter Cait Willis, a Pop-Up show by emerging artist Emily Marie Clark, and a gorgeous jewelry trunk show by Sasha Robinson. Here are the details: Catastrophe Museum: New Work by Cait Willis Catastrophe Museum is based on the writings of JG Ballard, […]

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