Here–There Michael Brophy Exhibit — until June 28th —

29 May

However, Brophy’s quirky wit ensures that his paintings playfully upend traditional notions of regionalism and point outward with references to romantic painting. On the one hand, his paintings clearly celebrate the Northwest’s natural beauty, capturing the sublimity of mountaintop vistas and endless green. But in numerous paintings of clear-cut timber stands, he portrays our forests as sites of desolation, rather than idyllic landscapes. (information from

G. Gibson Gallery
300 S. Washington St.
Seattle, WA 98104

The G. Gibson Gallery opened in Seattle, Washington in August, 1991. The gallery exhibits contemporary painting, sculpture and installations, works on paper, and continues an emphasis on mid-20th century and contemporary fine art photography. The owners’ collective history include backgrounds in art history, painting, photography, and approximately 26 years of gallery experience. We have participated in art fairs in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, and Basel, Switzerland. We love the work of exhibiting and representing interesting artists of regional, national, and international reputation, and hope to do this for the rest of our lives.

We are also members of the Seattle Art Dealers Association and the Association of International Photography Art Dealers.

Hours in the gallery: Tuesday through Friday 11 to 5:30 & Saturday 11 to 5. (we are open by appointment on Monday, & closed Sundays)

Location: At the corner of South Washington & Third Avenue South in the Pioneer Square neighborhood of Seattle. For driving directions, enter your address below:


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