MEMBER GALLERIES
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Abmeyer + Wood Fine Art
Davidson Galleries
Foster/White Gallery
Gallery I | M | A
G. Gibson Gallery
Greg Kucera Gallery
James Harris Gallery
Linda Hodges Gallery
Lisa Harris Gallery
M.I.A Gallery
Patricia Rovzar Gallery
Platform Gallery
Prographica Gallery
Stonington Gallery
Traver Gallery
Winston Wächter Fine Art

Woodside/Braseth Gallery

BOARD MEMBERS
President
Patricia Rovzar,
Patricia Rovzar Gallery

Vice President
Linda Hodges,
Linda Hodges Gallery
Secretary Stephen Lyons,
Platform Gallery

Treasurer
Judith Rinehart,
Winston Wächter Fine Art

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© Seattle Art Dealers Association, 2014



THE SADA
EXHIBITION GUIDE

Our publication, the SADA Exhibition Guide, is self-published monthly and mailed to 13,000 collectors around the US and beyond to inform collectors, curators and critics about our exhibitions. Every month, it serves as the gallery guide for First Thursday gallery goers.

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The Seattle Art Dealers Association (SADA), the organization responsible for today’s vibrant gallery scene in Seattle (including the popular First Thursday Gallery Walk), is pleased to celebrate its 24th year. SADA was created in May of 1990 to uphold high ethical standards among its membership and to promote cultural and educational activities. The driving force behind SADA is rotating visual arts exhibitions, and with diverse galleries, viewers have a huge variety of offerings from which to choose. In 2008, its members collaborated to jointly curate Century 21: Dealer’s Choice at the Wright Space. In addition, SADA has provided direct support to such organizations as Artist Trust, The Henry Art Gallery, Gage Academy, and the Seattle Arts Museum during the two decades it has been in existence.

Currently composed of 17 members, the dealers share a common goal of presenting one-person exhibitions for a specific group of artists or group shows based on a common theme, school or discipline. This commitment to a regularly changing exhibition schedule—at least eight shows per year—allows these dealers to offer a public service in the form of exhibitions and educational opportunities which are free to the interested art viewer.

Of the original group of 13 founding member galleries, 6 galleries are still members: Davidson Galleries, Foster/White Gallery, Lisa Harris Gallery, Linda Hodges Gallery, Greg Kucera Gallery, and William Traver Gallery. All of these galleries have been open for between 25 years and 45 years. Francine Seders is the senior member of SADA with over 50 years of service to her artists. She remains a member emeritus after closing her gallery at the end of 2013 in order to continue as a private dealer..

Other dealers who are active members now are Abmeyer + Wood Gallery, Gallery I|M|A, G. Gibson Gallery, James Harris Gallery, M.I.A Gallery, Platform Gallery, Prographica Gallery, Patricia Rovzar Gallery, Stonington Gallery, Winston Wächter Gallery, and Woodside Braseth Gallery.

It is the goal of SADA to develop and promote programs directed toward expanding the art world of Greater Seattle and to increase the public confidence in responsible fine art dealers. Other purposes are to disperse information about issues of concern to us, and to seek out services for members, and our artists.