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David Smith & Co
1107 Harrison St., 206/223-1598
David Weatherford Antiques & Interiors
133 14th Ave E., 206/329-6533
313 Occidental Ave. S., 206/624-1324 (contemp. prints), 206/624-6700 (antique prints), email@example.com
Tues.-Sat. 10am-5:30pm. Founded in 1973, Davidson Galleries exhibits and sells antique and contemporary art. Known nationally for their extensive (includes 10,000+ works) original print inventory spanning more than five centuries, the gallery also shows and represents regional, national and international contemporary painters and sculptors. Member of the International Fine Print Dealer's Association and Seattle Art Dealer's Association.
Daybreak Star Gallery and Arts Center
Daybreak Star Arts Center, Discovery Park, 206/285-4425
109 First Ave. S., 206/340-2868
Driscoll Robbins Fine Carpets
1002 Western Ave., 206/292-1115
1518 Western Ave., 425/681-6123, firstname.lastname@example.org
We exhibit contemporary representational and abstract photography and greeting cards. We located on the Western Avenue side of the historic Pike Place Market. Wed.-Sun. afternoons and by appointment.
Edge of Glass Gallery and Studio
513 N. 36th St., Ste. H, 206/632-7807
Elliott Brown Gallery
1810 6th Ave., 206/447-3428, email@example.com
Mon.-Sat. 11am-6pm, Sun. by appt. only. Located in the heart of beautiful downtown Seattle (corner of 6th and Olive) and offering 4,000 sq. ft. of the most elegant selection of 19th and early 20th century European antiques, a beautiful selection of handmade rugs, lighting, glassware and accessories. Free shipping. (See store for details.)
Facèré Jewelry Art Gallery
1420 Fifth Ave., City Centre, 206/624-6768, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon.-Sat. 10am-6pm, Sun. noon-5pm. Facèré (pronounced Fah-cherry) offers a selection of antique and vintage jewelry (1800s to the 1950s) as well as the finest in contemporary jewelry art by fifty artists from around the world.
1201 S. Vale St., 206/658-0110
Fine Impressions Gallery
8300 5th Ave., NE, 206/784-5270, email@example.com
Tues.-Fri. 11am-6pm, Sat. 11am-5pm, or by appt. A European-style fine art print gallery offering a wide range of original antique and contemporary handmade prints and other works on paper, including watercolors and drawings. A selection with something for every interest, including architecture, botanicals, maps, birds, historical subjects, literary subjects, satire, costumes, and much more. Wide range of prices. Our professional framing services will protect and display your artwork, providing a lifetime of enjoyment. Gift certificates available.
925 4th Ave., Suite 410, 206/624-2525
Mon.-Thurs. 8am-5pm, Fri. by appt. FireSong Gallery is located in the 4th and Madison building. The Gallery focuses on Northwest Artists using heat to create their pieces -- such as Raku, Glass and Metalworks.
Fireworks Fine Crafts Gallery
210 First Ave. S., Pioneer Square, 206/682-8707
400 Pine St., Westlake Center, 206/682-6462
Southcenter Mall, 206/805-3038
University Village, 206/527-2858
SeaTac Airport, 206/244-5380
Flanagan & Lane Antiques
165 S. Jackson St., 206/682-0098
Flury & Company, Jackson Street Gallery
322 First Ave. S., 206/587-0260
607 First Ave., 206/343-9762
2407 First Ave., 206/349-2509
Pioneer Square, 220 3rd Ave. S, Ste. 100, 206/622-2833
625 W. McGraw St., 206/285-4467
Francine Seders Gallery
6701 Greenwood Ave. N., 206/782-0355
Friesen Abmeyer Fine Art
1210 2nd Ave., 206/628-9501, fax: 206/628-9502, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tues.-Sat. 11am-5:30pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm. Also by appt. Located downtown near the Seattle Art Museum, Friesen Abmeyer represents renowned contemporary artists including Ford Crull, Doris Chase, Jeff Fontaine, Catherine Eaton Skinner, Steve Jensen and William Morris.
Frye Art Museum
704 Terry Ave., 206/622-9250, email@example.com
Tues.-Sun. 11am- 5pm, Thurs. 11am-7pm. Closed Mon. The Frye Art Museum is the region's only free art museum. The collection showcases 19th and 20th century European and American painters; special exhibitions feature contemporary and emerging artists. The museum, renovated by the award-winning firm of Olson Sundberg, provides a contemplative setting for the enjoyment of art. A museum store, café, auditorium, and art studios are on-site. Parking is free. For more information call the museum or visit our website.