If beauty, originality and even whimsy appeal to you, then a stop at the State Of The Arts Gallery is a must for you!
We are located in vibrant downtown Olympia on the corner of 5th and Washington St. The gallery has been bringing outstanding art and artists to the community since 1992.
Owned by Deb, Hugh and resident artist, Grant Moody, it is a family passion.
Grant Moody, Youth Artist age 9 & 11.
The gallery features over 200 artists works in pottery, jewelry, glass, prints and paintings. Oh WOW, is the most common expression of people coming through the doors for the first time. There is so much to see that you can never take it in all at once. Customers often remark in wonder at the diversity in art forms, styles and talent of our artists. We like to say it is as eclectic as Olympia!
If you see something you think would work great in your home or office, but are not quite sure, take advantage of our Trial Art Program! Take anything, or group of things, home for up to a week and see how you like them. If you don't love them, just bring them back, no hassles! We also offer a lay-away plan with no service fees or interest.
The gallery is open Tuesday through Friday 10 to 5:30 and Saturday 11 to 4-ish and other hours happily arranged! Just give us a call at 360/705-0317 or E-mail us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
A Word about Olympia Arts Walk
Come downtown to celebrate the arts in our community! Over 10,000 people do! Experience visual and performing arts in almost 100 businesses by over 300 artists every fourth Friday/Saturday in April and first Friday in October . Special features include hands-on family activities, demonstrations and performance stages. The spring Arts Walk includes the incredible the Procession of the Species produced by Earthbound Productions. For artists, art lovers and the art curious, this event is a wonderful opportunity to embrace the arts in all forms! Maps and listings of venues and participating artists are available two weeks before the event at participating businesses and at The Olympia Center, 222 Columbia St. NW, Olympia, WA.For more information call: 360/753-8380.