- Gordon Woodside opened this gallery in 1961. He holds a reserved sort of artistic court, opining willingly, perhaps even willfully, about the art world. John Braseth, hired as a teenager and made a partner at age 19, sells much of the art from his back office before it shows. The two keep Seattle's oldest gallery hopping. They show a wide range of artists and styles, from collages by Paul Hariuchi to landscapes by Paul Havas, but they focus on warm abstractions by Northwest artists. Exhibits change monthly. Free parking is available.
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