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William Traver Gallery

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110 Union St Ste 200 Seattle WA 98101
Phone
(206) 587-6501
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(979) 532-0406

Business Hours

Status: Closed

Sunday
12:00pm-5:00pm
Monday
10:00am-6:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am-6:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am-6:00pm
Thursday
10:00am-6:00pm
Friday
10:00am-6:00pm
Saturday
10:00am-5:00pm

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For more than 30 years, the Traver Gallery has served as a theater for the visual arts, providing space for artists to explore their ideas and share their discoveries with the world.Artists are at the cutting edge of society. They speak about what is going on in our world in a way that most of us are not able to, and they go places that are sometimes difficult to go. At the Traver Gallery, we...

A stone's throw from the Seattle Art Museum , this bright gallery displays a little bit of everything in its theatrical space, vivid paintings, sculptures, photographs, pottery and mixed-media works. Opened in 1977, William Traver Gallery has good collections of glass from the Pilchuck School, the glassmaking institution made famous by the colorful swirls of Dale Chihuly. Solo shows, such as...

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This is one of the nation's top art-glass galleries and showcases the work of dozens of glass artists. The pieces displayed are on the cutting edge of glass art, so to speak, and illustrate the broad spectrum of contemporary work by artists in this medium. The gallery is on the second floor.

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When I pick up the Art Walk guide each month, I turn first to William Traver. Seattle and the Northwest in general are know for glass art. ...

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In my opinion this is THE place in Seattle to see quality art glass. The list of artists they represent reads like a Who's Who in the art w...

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The Experience Back when Dustin Hoffman heard "plastics" in "The Graduate," this gallery maven heeded "glass." In 1977, when Traver's fledgling gallery opened, glass was only a footnote to the avant-guard regional art that hyped Seattle's gallery scene. As Pilchuck Glass School mushroomed, Traver scooped up its virgin work--from Sonja Blomdahl's delicate rainbow-hued bowls and Bertil Vallien's...

Candy for the eye and Food for the Soul

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The variety of work in the gallery and its little sister Vetri, is astounding.

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The William Traver Gallery is located at 110 Union St Ste 200 in Seattle and has been in the business of Art Dealers since 1976.

For more than 30 years, the Traver Gallery has served as a theater for the visual arts, providing space for artists to explore their ideas and share their discoveries with the world.

Artists are at the cutting edge of society. They speak about what is going on in our world in a way that most of us are not able to, and they go places that are sometimes difficult to go. At the Traver Gallery, we...

This second location of the Traver Gallery. and Vetri International Glass in the renovated Albers Mill Building in Tacoma, Washington. Adjacent to the Museum of Glass and the Tacoma Art Museum, the Tacoma gallery and store add a new dimension to the ongoing cultural expansion in Tacoma.

Since 1975, the Traver Gallery has been true to its mission of being a "theatre for visual arts." The space is comprised of over 4000 square feet of exhibit space, with 17-foot ceilings and plenty of natural light. Changing monthly exhibits may feature anything from glass or metal sculpture to mixed media or paintings. Both emerging and established artists are represented. Their sister gallery,...

A stone's throw from the Seattle Art Museum, this bright gallery displays a little bit of everything in its theatrical space, vivid paintings, sculptures, photographs, pottery and mixed-media works. Opened in 1977, William Traver Gallery has good collections of glass from the Pilchuck School, the glassmaking institution made famous by the colorful swirls of Dale Chihuly. Solo shows, such as Ann...

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