The paintings of Amanda Houston are represented in the following galleries in the Pacific Northwest.
Scott Milo Gallery
Scott-Milo Gallery is the finest art gallery in Anacortes and Skagit County. Scott Milo Art Galley features top artists in the local area. Open house is on the First Friday evening of every month as part of Gallery Walk. Be sure to join!
American Art Company
The American Art Company was established in 1889 in Tacoma as a custom framing business and continues to offer museum standard framing services to this day. Since 1984 the gallery has been located in downtown Tacoma with a generous exhibition area of 3500 square feet.
The gallery represents collectible artists who are in mid to late career with a clear track record of exhibitions. The majority (not all) of the artists and individual artworks presented are selected with residential rather than corporate environments in mind.
The Clearwater Gallery is located in charming downtown Sisters, Oregon. Sisters is a western town nestled near the base of the Three Sisters in the Cascade Mountain Range. This unique gallery features a colorful selection of premier art including works in pastels, acrylic, oils, watercolor, bronze, stoneware, custom jewelry. They also house Clearwater Framing and The Open Door. Clearwater Gallery, Clearwater Framing and The Open Door create a warm, relaxed, comfortable atmosphere.
Cole Gallery is located at 107 5th Ave South, in the heart of downtown Edmonds, it is just blocks from the ferry landing in the middle of town. Being the largest gallery in the surrounding area Cole Gallery features nationally acclaimed Northwest painters and sculptors. Several of their paintings come from the influences of the Impressionists with a wide range of subject and style. They also feature an exquisite collection of realism from contemporary masters of still life and landscape.
Penner Ash Winery
The Penner-Ash winery was established in 2005. This winery is really such a lovely place. It is nestled into a hillside overlooking the Chehalem Valley. Some buildings are more than just structures. The special ones give you a sense of place, a feel for the heart of the people who live and work in them, a tactile sense of the terrain on which they are built.
Visit Penner-Ash’s sustainable, gravity-flow winery surrounded by their estate vineyards. It is really an exceptional setting overlooking the Chehalem Valley to enjoy one of Willamette Valley’s small-lot Pinot Noir producers.
Valley Art Gallery
Valley Art Gallery was established in 1966. It is located in the heart of historic downtown Forest Grove on Main Street, about one block west of Pacific University. This gallery is one of the oldest nonprofit art galleries in the Pacific Northwest. Valley Art Gallery features over 200 very well established and emerging local artists. They offer such a diverse variety of paintings, fine pottery, jewelry, wood carvings, glass art, metal sculpture, textiles and garden art, to name a few. Valley Art Gallery takes pride in collecting rare and unique items at incomparable values.
Parker Furniture is family-owned and operated and has been for more than a half a century (established 1952), Parker Furniture remains passionate about offering customers the largest selection (show room is over 65,000 sq. ft.), the finest custom options and the most remarkable design expertise available anywhere.
Attic Gallery, a fine art gallery in Portland, Oregon supports contemporary artists and has displayed their work since 1973. The gallery’s goal is to exhibit unique works by gallery artists. Their works are showcased to collectors with changing monthly exhibits.