Untitled (Blue Woman with Dotted Ferns) by Daisy Patton, which will be on display at J. Rinehart Gallerys opening celebration.
"Untitled (Blue Woman with Dotted Ferns)" by Daisy Patton, which will be on display at J. Rinehart Gallery's opening celebration. Courtesy of Daisy Patton/J. Rinehart Gallery

Oh my god, did you, too, fall in love with Daisy Patton's floral interventions on old photographs? Find yourself entranced by the cryptic serenity of 2018 Neddy Award-winning Lakshmi Muirhead's paintings? Get wrapped in the neat, geometric embroidered art of artist, collector, and curator Shaun Kardinal? The work by these artists, who are represented by J. Rinehart Gallery (a new endeavor by art dealer Judith Rinehart) will now have a home in a physical space as the gallery finally takes the jump from online to "real life," expanding into new digs in Pioneer Square this October.

Nestled along 3rd Avenue South, the gallery will be set up like an "inviting living room" in order to create an environment "where anyone can feel comfortable visiting the gallery and not feel intimidated by the experiences of purchasing fine art." J. Rinehart Gallery will open on October 1, hosting their first exhibition, Introductions which will feature the works of Muirhead, Kardinal, Patton, printmakers Kelda Martensen and Kim Van Someren, and floral photos by Jennifer Zwick and Meggan Joy. They will also be participating in the October Pioneer Square Art Walk on October 3, with a Grand Opening celebration on October 12. Keep an eye out when planning your route during art walk next month!

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