SMITH & VALLEE | Exhibits

Smith & Vallee Gallery launches twelve exhibitions a year, a mix of solo and group exhibitions. Our gallery is especially well-suited for exhibiting sculpture due to the abundant natural light that floods through the original school house windows.

We often pair a sculptor along with a two dimensional artist. The month of December is reserved for our annual year in review show.

Current Exhibit

Upcoming Exhibits

January 31st - March 1st

Past Exhibits

December 6 - December 22, 2019
November 1 - December 1, 2019

Tricia Stackle is an artist/designer, living and working in the Skagit Valley in Washington. Inspired by simple, geometric shapes, bold colors, and tactile materials, she is an artist and educator committed to rethinking the way people live with and relate to art and design. She is drawn to the dance between form and function and interested in creating artwork that invites both playful and therapeutic interactions for people of all ages. Whether making furniture, soft sculpture, home textiles, or mixed-media drawings, quality craftswomanship is at the forefront of her ethos of making.

October 4-27, 2019

Painting with hair picks, meat forks and chopsticks, Joules impresses a sensory memory of natural landscapes. O’Neill presents bold and beautiful textures, laid upon unexpected ceramic form.

September 5-29, 2019

Patty Haller’s colorful and analytical paintings explore the beauty, order and chaos of the northwest forest. Andrew Vallee presents new wood and bronze sculptures, a shift towards representation. Man-made natural objects, derived from the shores of the Samish Bay.

September 6 - 30

Over the past 8 years as an exhibiting artist Brooke has most recently been awarded a prestigious prize for best oil/acrylic painting at the 2018 Carmel Plein Air Competition.  She is nationally and internationally collected and shows at galleries in 6 different states- Washington, California, Oregon, Utah, Colorado and Maine.  If you live in the Seattle area you may also find her work in various local artwalks.