We Are Moving!
Visit us at our new location beginning September, 2016
Located just around the corner from our current space, the Alaska Trade Building is part of the Pike Place Market Historic District, on the west side of First Avenue. Reach us during the month of August by appointment.
Lisa Harris is pleased to announce that Sarah Harvey, who has been integral to the gallery for the past five years, is assuming the role of Direction. When we reopen, we will be know as HARRIS HARVEY GALLERY.
Clues and Fragments
September 8 – October 1
Based in Northern California, John McCormick has been nationally lauded for his glowing, tonalist landscapes. In this new body of work, he expands beyond his usual subject matter by introducing figures diving and playing at the water’s edge, as well as the subtle geometries of brilliant blue swimming pools that counterbalance richly rendered cloud and tree forms. Paintings inspired by the natural scenery of Marin County are also represented. These recent oils will be the first exhibition presented in the gallery’s new space at 1915 First Avenue.
31 for 32: Summer Salon
July 7 – August 7
31 for 32 celebrates the gallery’s 32nd year in our Pike Place Market location with an exhibition featuring works by all 31 gallery artists. Works in the exhibition highlight the gallery’s commitment to West Coast artists, many of whom pay homage to the beauty of the Pacific Northwest landscape. Painting, photography, sculpture, printmaking and mixed media works present the diversity in technique, approach and creative vision that has been vital to the gallery’s history.