Linda Farris Gallery
Linda Farris first operated a gallery in Bellevue before establishing her groundbreaking avant-garde gallery in Pioneer Square in 1972, representing a group of young University of Washington MFA graduates and noted national contemporary artists. The gallery is credited with significantly contributing to the careers of many Seattle artists and the evolution of a nationally-noted art scene in Seattle before closing in 1995.
- Primary Form of Entity: For Profit
- Primary Artistic Discipline: Visual Arts
- Primary Areas of Activity: Presenter, Other: Art Gallery
Research and Resources
Browse the Linda Farris Gallery archives at the Archives of American Art