220 Third Avenue South
Seattle, WA 98104
Since its inception in 1968, Foster/White Gallery has become one of the premier galleries on the West Coast. Established by Richard White and managed for over 30 years by Don Foster, the Gallery has attracted worldwide attention with its varied and excellent contemporary painting, sculpture, and glass exhibitions. In December of 2002, the Huang family of the Bau-Xi Galleries in Vancouver, BC and Toronto, ON purchased the gallery maintaining the name, high standard of work, and the long-standing relationships with artists and clients.
Foster/White Gallery is committed to representing the best and the brightest talent from the Pacific Northwest, the United States and Canada. Will Robinson, John de Wit, Eva Isaksen, Bobbie Burgers, Benjamin Moore, and Alden Mason and are among over 45 emerging, mid-career, and established artists exhibiting at the Gallery.
In April of 2006, Foster/White Gallery found its permanent home on the corner of Third Avenue South and South Main Street in Pioneer Square. The renovated 100-year-old building features 17-foot ceilings, original wood beams, and over 7,000 square feet of exhibition space.
Painting: David Alexander, Sheri Bakes, Lloyd Blakley, Bratsa Bonifacho, Bobbie Burgers, Tom Burrows, Darlene Cole, Allison Collins, Christopher Cousins, Ben Darby, Jamie Evrard, Stephen Filla, Ted Fullerton, Lois Graham, Morris Graves, Peter Hoffer, Eva Isaksen, Louise Kikuchi, T. L. Lange, Manfred Lindenberger, Robert Marchessault, James Martin, Alden Mason, Casey McGlynn, Andre Petterson, Mark Rediske, Windsor Utley, James Waterman
Photography: Cara Barer, Toby Smith
Glass: Clare Belfrage, Dale Chihuly, Editions by Dale Chihuly, Elin Christopherson, John de Wit, Carmen Lozar, Benjamin Moore, Merrilee Moore, William Morris, Gerry Newcomb, David Schwarz, Mark Thiele
Sculpture: Tony Angell, Ted Fullerton, Merrilee Moore, Gerry Newcomb, Will Robinson, George Tsutakawa, Sandra Zeiset Richardson
Northwest Masters and Contemporaries: Guy Anderson, Kenneth Callahan, Richard Gilkey, Morris Graves, Helmi Juvonen, Mark Tobey, George Tsutakawa, Windsor Utley