Tag Archives: Paintings

Seattle Art Fair | July 27-30, 2023

Visit Shift Gallery – Booth B01 at the Seattle Art Fair: July 27-30, 2023Tickets at:

Innovating Art Spaces panel discussion | July 29, 2023

Please join us for: Innovating Art Spaces: A panel discussion exploring alternative gallery models. Saturday,

Q&A with Amanda C. Sweet

Q&A with the artists

Q&A with Scott Coffey

Q&A with the artists

Fall Members Showcase

A group of Shift artists are currently showing in the Shift Gallery. Viewings by appointment:

Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair

Shift Gallery participated in the Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair. Here is a short video of our

Shift Gallery on Artsy

Hosted on Artsy by M. David & Co., May 15 – June 15, 2020 Brooklyn-based

Leah Gerrard & Sean Pearson – March 5-May 2, 2020

Indirect Course Indirect Course is a joint show featuring Shift Gallery member, Leah Gerrard and

KUOW Blog Article on Seattle Art Fair

KUOW BLOG by Marcie Sillman Seattle Art Fair is the shiny new kid on the

Stephanie Hargrave – July 5-27, 2019

SEMANTIC DRIFT July 5-27, 2019 Opening: Second Thursday, July 11, 5:00–9:00 p.m. Gallery Hours: Fridays

Sound of The Sea

Amanda Sweet through June 29, 2019 Klee Currents,11.75 x 11.625, Acrylic and Hinging Tissue on

Seattle Art Fair – August 1-4 2019

Visit Shift Gallery at Booth A43 at the Seattle Art Fair: August 1-4, 2019 Tickets

Amanda Sweet – June 6-29, 2019

FUGUE IN BLUE June 6-29, 2019 Opening: First Thursday, June 6, 5:00–8:00 p.m. Artist Talk: 

Garden of Delight

Anna Macrae through June 1, 2019 Peggy Murphy In Garden for Daisy, Anna Macrae’s colorful

The Long Game

David Traylor through June 1, 2019 Peggy Murphy David Traylor borrows schematic references from his

So This Is Oberlin

Susan Mask at Shift through April 27, 2019 Peggy Murphy Susan Mask exhibits a collection

The Gift of Clouds

Patrice Donohue at Shift through April 27, 2019 Peggy Murphy In dramatic contrast from her

Heart of Home

Traylor, Marsh & Braunginn up through 12/29 Peggy Murphy Our thoughts often turn to home