The Promenade Gallery

Current Exhibit

Tom Reese Longfellow Creek Photo Exhibit - October 7 - November 6

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t7áWee: Creek of HOPE

The premier showing of Tom Reese’s Longfellow Creek photo exhibit, the first photo exhibit of the creek from its 10,000 year old headwaters at Roxhill Park to Elliot Bay. This iconic creek which is on the ancestral land of the Duwamish Tribe, is the backbone of West Seattle reflecting the many changes of the region as it has developed.  Discover little known places of the creek, the human and wildlife connects, and the questions we face about its future.

The Green-Duwamish, One River for All

From its pristine headwaters near Mt Rainier, above the Howard Hanson Dam through a magical gorge of waterfalls and great walls on to farmland and urban industry, the Green-Duwamish River and its watershed is at the center of our region’s history and future.  A new photo exhibit presents a modern view of the river from its headwaters to where it meets Puget Sound, interweaving the human and wildlife connections of the river; presented by renown photojournalist Tom Reese who has been twice nominated for the Pulizer Prize and Lisa Parsos a well respected conservationist and photographer.  Experience for the first time a view of the river from its mountain top beginnings to the Puget Sound with these stunning photographs.

Past Exhibits

  • Das Wald (The Woods) by Richard Kent

  • Foolish Fish, Richard Kent

  • Cooper Artists Open House

  • North Hallway, Youngstown