Timeless Northwestern landscape art in as many styles are there are fish in Puget Sound.. The Experience If you're looking for something bland to hang over your couch, this isn't the place. From traditional to abstract, the art here is steeped in tension and symbolism. Whether interpreting rugged topography, cloudy skies or cascading falls, the exhibits often have two faces--one that celebrates wilderness, yet serves as a sentinel of danger.
Thomas Wood's vibrant, humorous scenes hint at conundrums between humans, animals and land. John Cole's imagery celebrates nature's majestic power, as tumbling waterfalls shiver in the mountain air. Emily Wood's sensuous rural landscapes suggest a tethered individualism.
In the Know Owner Lisa Harris loves the market's vitality and settled in this view-happy sunlit loft in 1984. Above the market din, look for the gallery door just north of Seattle Cutlery.