Not your Father's Art...
Hallway GalleryNot your Father's Art.
As a designer in this city, I have been patiently and secretly visiting every art gallery in our region. I am always on the lookout for super-chic art to enhance a new interior or be the inspiration for a new space. Swank, current art is rare to find at a price that won't offend my clients. It is also important to find a gallery with the right ambiance, devoid of pretentions and stuffiness.
After exhaustive touring, I am happy to share my newest resource and incredible find, Hallway Gallery. Hallway Gallery is owned and operated by two well-known artists, Erik Hall and Amy Spassov. This husband and wife team create and represent fresh, sophisticated artwork in a breathtaking gallery right next to the Square in Bellevue. View their website at Hallwaygallery.com.
This haute spot is currently exhibiting the newest work form, Gretchen Gammell. See her work at Gretchengammell.com. Ms. Gammell's latest body of work explores all things aloft. Planes, hot air balloons and kites are sure to be a hit with existing and new collectors alike. This show marks a decade as an artist for Gammell, and as such the gallery is simultaneously curating a ten years retrospective of the artist's work.
Hallway Gallery is an oasis for anyone who has a love of visual art or has a desire to begin a collection. This Gallery has changed the landscape of accessible art in our city and become a new destination for me whenever my senses need a boost!