Artificial Gallery is the studio/gallery of Alex Achaval. You can find him painting in the back corner studio while browsing the gallery at original artwork and prints. His work is composed of contemporary portraiture mixed with uncharacteristic elements found throughout his work.
Seattle artist Brooke Westlund taps into a deep collective spirit in her abstract mixed media creations. Her paintings embrace something absolutely individual and unique and simultaneously connects to the pulse of the collective whole.
Native-designed lifestyle brand Eighth Generation's flagship retail store is located in Pike Place Market. Their custom product line runs the gamut from sneakers, hats, jewelry, smartphone cases, wool blankets and more. In addition to beautiful retail displays, Eighth Generation’s new home includes a multipurpose room, providing a hub for community meetings, workshops and a rotating Artist-in-Residence program. Founder Louie Gong (Nooksack/Chinese/French/Scottish) comes from a nonprofit leadership and education background, and is on a mission to flip the narrative on how cultural art is perceived while creating sustainably pathways for fellow Native artists.
Harris Harvey Gallery, the reincarnation of the 32-year old Lisa Harris Gallery, is a leading Seattle fine art gallery where new and experienced collectors go to find paintings, prints, photography, and sculpture of the highest quality. Known for its lively exhibition program, the gallery has established a reputation for the quality of its long-standing relationships with artists and clients, and serves as a cultural and educational resource for the Seattle community. Expert guidance in the selection of art, framing, shipping, and storage is available. In addition, Harris Harvey Gallery works with art consultants, designers, and curators to place art in private, corporate, and other institutional collections.
Jesse Link is a Seattle based visual artist known for fine art paintings depicting animals and wildlife in open-ended narrative scenes using traditional acrylic painting techniques combined with urban stylizing and expressionism.
Lisa Harris Galley features paintings, photography, original prints and sculpture by contemporary Northwest and West Coast artists. Founded in 1984, the gallery, which commands a panoramic view of Elliott Bay, mounts monthly exhibitions featuring its 32 artists--whose styles reflect a wide range of approaches, from landscape to abstraction.