Currently In The Gallery

Kathy Halper

Put the Needle on the Record

August 1st - September 15th, 2015

Put the Needle on the Record explores the constant connection between visual art and music.

Past Exhibits

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Katrina del Mar – Feral Women

June 11th - July 25th, 2015

“Katrina del Mar is perhaps best known for her decades-long work in video and photography, chronicling the reality and illusion of her Lower East Side friends and lovers as punk heroines; or within her girl gang movie world of a strictly female population.

Pampering Back

The Spinster and the Carpenter – Rebecca Rose

April 9th - May 24th, 2015

Early on Rebecca Rose saw similarities between Sculpture Foundry and Metalsmithing Jewelry, and in both cases transformed an idea from concept to reality out of carved wax and burnable objects. Rose plaster coats the original, kiln fires it, melts metal, …More…


Audaces Fortuna Invat: The Work of Shannon Koszyk

March 4th - April 5th, 2014

“Audaces Fortuna Invat” Latin to English reads, “Fortune Favors The Bold” – a fitting motto for West Seattle-based designer Shannon Koszyk, whose work will be on display at Twilight Gallery, March 4th – April 5th Reception for the artist is …More…


Holiday Mini Art Show 2014

Holiday Mini Art Show! December 11th – February 1st Ahh the holidays. …… ‘Tis the season for shopping insanity, specialty Starbucks mugs, and carols on unending loop. Running from sometime mid-September through the first week of January, the end of …More…

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Our Daily Armor: Woman as Warrior in Contemporary Art and Adornment

November 13th - December 6th, 2014

History and mythology abounds with tales of warriors. Men who acted as servants to powerful ideals, through fierce bravery in battle, either lived to celebrate and fight again, or lost their life in the field and gained special favor for their valor and sacrifice in the after-life. Lesser known are histories and mythologies of powerful female warriors, although women have fought in battles throughout the ages, and do still.

Evidence in history, anthropology, art, and mythology of women as warriors, knights, soldiers, heroes, protectors also exist as stories, remembered by those who want to remember. Women fight as soldiers in battles around the globe, further, the characteristics of a warrior are manifest in several roles women fulfill in daily living, historically and in the present, to whit, not only can women be warriors, women sometimes also identify as warriors in many ways for many reasons.


Siolo Thompson – The Linestrider Codex

October 9th - November 5th, 2014

Special opening reception event Saturday, October 11th, 6 to 9pm! This October at Twilight Gallery & Boutique, Seattle artist Siolo Thompson, will present her tarot themed collection. Each card, lovingly rendered in graphite, ink, and watercolor will be on display …More…

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Joseph Brooks: This Is Not Abstract

September 11th - October 2nd, 2014

Opening Reception – September 11th 6 to 9pm Artist Statement: Line has always been important to me as an artist. A line can produce beauty and decay, express the past and move the mind forward to the future. Line is …More…



August 14th - September 4th, 2014

Opening Thursday Aug 14th from 6-9pm during the West Seattle Art Walk Boundaries Boundaries are guidelines, rules or limits created to identify what are reasonable, safe, or permissible ways for people to behave around each other. Sometimes we create boundaries, …More…

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STELLAR: evidence of an alternate space program by Stasia Burrington

July 10th - August 7th, 2014

Paintings of planets and portraits of mystery explorers by Stasia Burrington


Summer Moon: A Small Works Exhibit Presented by Ghost Gallery and Twilight!

June 12th, 2014

Summer Moon: A Small Works Exhibit, features work by local and national artists, priced $200 and under.



May 8th to June 4th, 2014

The premise of Project Girl Crush is simple: to seek THE AWE and express THE ART. Through in-depth interview, photo, and video, this project uncovers, embodies, and perpetuates the force that is a woman’s creative inspiration.


Megan Lingerfelt – Never Useless

April 7th - May 4th, 2014

“My work speaks of unsung heroes and tragic portraits of the postmodern world. Isolating one structure at a time, removing it from its functional context, I highlight the beauty of a manufactured form whose purpose was never to be beautiful. Investigation of an object produces a greater understanding of how its pieces make a whole, a process that takes time and creates sentimentality. My affection for these bits of industrial equipment and cheap appliances is the driving force behind giving them a second life as an aesthetic object. “