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EXHIBITION: July 8 - August 8, 2022
This exhibit explores Pacific Region pollinators, and the plants they prefer. The interaction between pollinators and plants have influenced the evolution of both groups. Their intertwined relationship helps the pollinators find pollen and nectar sources, while ensuring the plants are able to thrive and reproduce by having their pollen carried from one plant to another. With this exhibit we would like to direct more awareness towards the Pacific Region’s diverse pollinator population (including some species that are on the endangered / threatened list).
Over 20 local & global artists
600 Pine St, FL 2, Seattle, WA 98101
Mon-Fri 12-7; Sat-Sun 12-6
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ABOUT THE GALLERY
Ghost Gallery was established in 2006 by independent curator Laurie Kearney, who relocated from Virginia to Seattle in 2005. Focusing on local and regional artists & designers, the gallery’s hybrid model provides an ever-evolving, welcoming space where artists and collectors, new and established, can connect. Entering its 10th year as a brick and mortar venue, Ghost Gallery showcases a curated selection of visual art, handmade jewelry, tarot, apothecary and bottled wines.