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Traver Gallery

Designed in 1992 by noted architect George Suyama, the gallery occupies a dramatic, light-filled space on the second floor of a restored 1910 building near Seattle's historic Pike Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum. Over 4,000 square feet of exhibition space with 17 foot ceilings is the setting for 2 or 3 one-person shows that change monthly. In addition, accessible storage provides the opportunity for viewing the work of other gallery artists.

Seattle

United States
Address:
110 Union Street #200
98101
Phone: (206) 587-6501
Fax: (206) 587-6502
Website: www.travergallery.com


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Artists Represented

Ceramic Sculpture:
Deirdre Daw, Doug Jeck, Jun Kaneko, Eric Nelsen, Kathy Venter, Jamie Walker

Glass Sculpture:
Sean Albert, Alex Gabriel Bernstein, Sonja Blomdahl, Karen Buhler, Marianne Buus, Nancy Callan, Robert Carlson, Dale Chihuly Archived Collection, Benjamin Cobb, Steffen Dam, Ben Edols, Tim Edwards, Kathleen Elliot, Kathy Eliott, Tom Farbanish, Mary Fox, Katja Fritzsche, Deborah Horrell, Micha Karlslund, Masami Koda, Gabriele Kustner, Jeremy Lepisto, David Levi, Walter Lieberman, Jay Macdonell, Dante Marioni, Paul Marioni, Christopher McElroy, Massimo Micheluzzi, John Miller, Robbie Miller, James Minson, Tobias Mohl, James Mongrain, Debora Moore, Rachel Moore, William Morris, Jonathan Mossop, Mel Munsen, Sean O'Neill, Greg Owen, Charles Parriott, Danny Perkins, Orfeo Quagliata, Kait Rhoads, Richard Royal, David Ruth, Jean Salatino and Steven Gandolfo, Davide Salvadore, Preston Singletary, Rob Snyder, Therman Statom,Ethan Stern, Boyd Sugiki, Lino Tagliapietra, Bertil Vallien, Eva Vlasakova, Randy Walker, Layla Walter, David Walters, Dick Weiss, Nick Wirdnam, Hiroshi Yamano, CUD: Robbie Miller and John Drury, WD40+: W... [ Read all ]


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Current Exhibitions

May 2 - June 1, 2008
Jun Kaneko


Forthcoming Exhibitions

June 1 - 29, 2008
Jane Rosen & Karen Willenbrink
Artist Talk: June 1st, 2pm

June 6 - 29, 2008
Nancy Callan: blown glass
Amy Rueffert: glass
Reception: Thursday, June 5th, 5-8pm



Previous Exhibitions

April 4-27, 2008
Alan Fulle: Gem Box
Hiroshi Yamano: Nagare

March 7-30, 2008
Nick Mount: Whispering Domes and Other Recent Work

February 8 - March 2, 2008
Lino Tagliapietra: Il Bianco e il Nero

December 7, 2007 - February 3, 2008:
Richard Royal: Move
Nadege Desgenetez: Touch

November 2-December 2, 2007
Lynn Whitford "Portraits in Metal"
Jef Gunn "Transparent World"

October 5-28, 2007:
Gregory Grenon "Question Your Path"
Davide Salvadore "Trasparenze Ethnique"

September 7-30, 2007:
Therman Statom "Paisajes Geometricos"
Sean Albert "A Light Shadow"

August 3-September 2, 2007:
John Marshall "A New Look at Silver"
Eric Nelsen "Viridescence"
Jiro Yonezawa "Crossroads"

July 6-29, 2007:
Mary Josephson
Rick Araluce


Location And Getting There

Located one block north of the Seattle Art Museum, the William Traver Gallery is one of the country’s premier exhibition spaces for contemporary studio glass, painting, sculpture, and installation art.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Grace Meils, Associate Director
grace@travergallery.com

Ben Rosenblatt, Gallery Manager
ben@travergallery.com


Opening Times

Gallery hours are Tuesday – Friday 10 – 6, Saturday 10 – 5, and Sunday 12 – 5.