Spokane Art Galleries
Spokane art galleries prove that our vibrant art scene has something for everyone. You’ll find a variety of styles from traditional and cutting edge to quirky and whimsical. Nestled amongst Spokane’s many natural attractions and restaurants the paintings, photography, and sculptures showcase experiences unique to our region. The arts are a vital aspect of Spokane's signature character. Check out Spokane’s wide variety of art galleries and dive into what our local art scene has to offer.
Ben Joyce combines his ‘Love of Place’ and the structure of landscape one could travel through in the culmination of Abstract Topophilia. His paintings feature a birds-eye vantage point, forcing viewers to connect to his pieces on a personal level and experience a personal odyssey through his artwork.
Situated among the pines of Whitworth University, the Bryan Oliver Gallery hosts a number of exhibits featuring the work of students and local artists as well.
NOTE: Due to COVID-19 the Bryan Oliver Gallery is open by appointment only. More information here:
As you spend your day in Spokane, one gallery not to miss is located amid Spokane City Hall. Chase Gallery is devoted to showcasing contemporary artwork by local and regional creatives. The Chase Gallery hosts monthly exhibits managed and curated by Spokane Arts on the behalf of the City of Spokane.
NOTE: The exhibits at Chase Gallery can be viewed only online currently, while City Hall is closed to the public. View exhibits here.
Christy Branson is a renowned wax artist. Her work showcases the patient action of slowly adding thin layers of melted wax and pigment to wood surfaces. Her paintings aren’t so much painted as they are built, she says. She continues to expand her work and process through original techniques and coming up with new ways to express herself through wax.
Eastern Washington University Art Gallery
The EWU Department of Art houses a unique gallery space offering an excellent exhibition program that offers students first-hand knowledge of the work, ideas, and methods of successful visual artists working today. Exhibitions occur twice quarterly, with an end-of-the-year student symposium and BFA exhibition of student work.
NOTE: Exhibitions have moved to an online gallery space while the physical gallery is temporarily closed. More information here:
The stunning Jundt Art Museum houses Gonzaga University's growing collection of nearly 5,000 objects and temporary art exhibitions. Throughout the year, the museum showcases a variety of exhibits from local, regional, national, and international figures in a variety of media.
NOTE: Jundt Art Museum is currently CLOSED to the general public. However, those of the Gonzaga Community can make an appointment to view the museum. Learn more here:
The Kolva-Sullivan Gallery, in Downtown Spokane, was created by Jim Kolva and Pat Sullivan from a derelict warehouse next to the BNSF Railroad viaduct. For over a decade, the exhibition space has hosted a range of work from prints, to paintings and performance. They provide a space for artists of all media who might not otherwise be able to exhibit their work and make it available to the Spokane region.
Kress Gallery at River Park Square
Our city is also proud of the Kress Gallery at River Park Square. The standout gallery features a revolving collection of artwork by local students and other rising stars in the area.
The Liberty Building is a historical relic from 1908, and displays work by local artists over three different floors. Whilst you admire art, duck into surrounding small business, or sit down for fine dining too.
The Marmot Art Space was inspired by Spokane's renaissance in the arts to step it up and provide an amazing space for artists to show here in Spokane. The space is simple, minimalist, and intimate when the focus is placed primarily on the pieces of art hanging on the walls of the gallery and nothing else.
Saranac Artist Cooperative showcases contemporary and experimental artwork in Downtown, Spokane. Every first Friday of the month, you can experience the opening of new exhibits.
Terrain is a pioneering non-profit that builds community and economic opportunities for artists, makers, and culture creators in the Inland Northwest. The Terrain Gallery is one of the most beautiful and well-respected galleries in the Spokane community. The gallery hosts a variety of public events like artist-led workshops, artist panels and talks, and collaborative showcases.
Founded in 2006, and also located in Downtown, Spokane Trackside Studio Ceramic Art Gallery is both a working ceramic studio and an elegant sales gallery featuring monthly ceramic exhibits.
NOTE: Due to COVID-19 many exhibits have been moved to 2021. More information here: