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Elliott Brown Gallery

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215 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
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(206) 660-0923
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Elliott Brown Gallery - Seattle, WA

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Wonderful gallery and sorry to see it close in September 2002. but, owner Kate Elliott still operates as a dealer and appraiser and maintains website www.elliottbrowngallery. wit...

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Gallery moved to CYBERSPACE in September 2002 5/15/2009

Wonderful gallery and sorry to see it close in September 2002. but, owner Kate Elliott still operates as a dealer and appraiser and maintains website www.elliottbrowngallery. with very fine inventory, and holds a certificate for USPAP compliant appraisals. Often the gallery exhibits the artists' work at SOFA expositions in Chicago and Santa Fe (2009). We find no other way to update City Search other than writing a review. - Kate Elliott (owner) May 16, 2009 Pros: Sorry to leave Westlake Avenue space Cons: No physical location more
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Editorial

  • The Experience
    If you think of glass art as a beauty contest of glitz, think again. Slip into this tranquil realm for a dose of intellect. Sure, there's funky glamour--shimmering like the queen's jewels against a luscious backdrop of dusky sage walls. Pleasure your senses with Flo Perkin's vibrant cactus blooms, Richard Marquis' quirky teapots and Toots Zynsky's rainbow-hued bowls. When satiated, cross (through the decorative curtain) into a land of Hank Murta Adams' bizarre cast heads, Jack Wax's amorphous cells and Libensky/Brychtova's hard-edged sculptures. Go on to irreverent ceramics by Jeffry Mitchell, quirky mixed media and metal by others. Don't faint at the plethora of five-figure price tags; some stuff goes for a mere grand.

    In the Know
    Bring a treat for Stella, the owner's ever-hopeful black Labrador. Greeting visitors like long-lost friends, she clangs the doorbell when your interest strays to art.

    The Crowd
    Globe-trotting glass aficionados and uninitiated gawkers.

  • 8/17/2003 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Tue-Sat 11am-6pm (August 2001: 12pm?5pm)
  • Payments:

    Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Fremont, Lake Union

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