Pacific NorthWest Art School Gallery

Pacific NorthWest Art School

B&W Photography Collection

January 16th – March 30th

We are pleased to exhibit in our gallery the brilliant B&W photographs we have in our collection and specific works are for sale. This exhibition showcases work by distinguished photographers including Michael Kenna, Ruth Bernhard, Huntington Witherill, Bruce Barnbaum, Judy Dater, Don Kirby, Jay Dusard, Martha Casanave and others.

In addition to the collection of prints, the exhibition also features many beautiful photo books from our library collection.

Plan a visit and be INSPIRED!

Join us for a special presentation by

BROOKS JENSEN, editor of LensWork

Saturday, February 23rd 1pm

Tickets $10 RSVP HERE

Monday through Friday 10am – 3pm

Open Select Saturdays 10am – 3pm

Saturday, February 23rd    –  1pm Presentation by Brooks Jensen

Saturday, March 2nd    –  Penn Cove Mussel Festival

Saturday, March 16th

Saturday, March 30th

* This collection of photographs was acquired from our many years of excellent Photography Workshop Instructors who have taught or donated to the school. Please see our 2019 Photo Workshops

Spring Gallery Show
Birds of a Feather Flock Together

WE WANT TO CELEBRATE OUR FEATHERED FRIENDS and we are seeking artwork of all mediums to fill our spring gallery walls with the vibrant spirit of aviary life, portraying beauty, diversity and detail of the birds that fill our skies.

Exhibition Dates: April 1st – June 1st
Delivery of Work: March 17th through March 30th
Opening Reception: April 6th 6pm – 8pm
Pickup of Work: June 3rd – June 7th


Each Member is entitled to submit two works of art that is complimentary with your PNWAS membership. 
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Non-Members can submit one work of art for a $10.00 entry fee. 
Non-Member Entry Fee


Please fill out both documents below and bring them in with your work.
(1) Gallery Agreement and (2) Inventory Submission Sheet

Content of Work: Work must be completed by the exhibiting artist.

2-D ART: Wall pieces must have hanging wire neatly attached by ring hangers and screws (for wood frames). Glass must fit the frame, no gaps, and is clean and scratch free. Mats must fit the frame and be neatly cut with no gap. There must be no dirt or smudges inside the frame or under the glass. Scratched, dented or gauged frames may not be displayed unless a distressed format is part of the art presentation (this will be obvious to the viewer)

3-D ART: Remove sharp edges from 3-D work, Clean bottoms, Sign pieces, also please include any special handling or display instructions.