Sunday, September 27, 2015

Women Healing Women Art Event

The month of October is Women's Health month, we have invited local women artists to share their art to encourage healing, health, spirituality and well-being. 

There will be new works from our gallery artists as well as some exciting new types of artisan wares from new additions to the gallery and emerging artists.

Goddess Tree by Chantelle Flint

" Positive energy and the inner well being are tied to creativity. If you are doing well, creating art from an inner place of wellness radiates through the universe. If you are feeling not well, being creative can be a struggle but releasing through art can help in healing. On my path to being cancer free, my art has grown and expanded. I believe that as an artist, wellness as a whole is tied directly to our creativity. Celebrating Women's Health month and providing a positive atmosphere for the women artists to create, is very personal for me and I hope you enjoy the journey and the wonderful creations"   

We will have an artist meet and greet on Thursday Oct. 15th 5-7pm, Free and Open to everyone, the show runs October 6 thru 31, please join us.

Artists include Chantelle Flint, Gay Waldman, Teresa Peluso-Antosyn, Debbie Hughbanks, Vicki West, Sheridan Robak, Diane Sherman, Denise Roberson, Holly Swanson, Melody Fyre, Treasure & Paisley Lipko, Hilda Bradshaw, Ginny Brennen, Melinda Melvin, Marcella Rose, Bev Barnett, Linda Besse, Kay Lodahl, DonnaYyd, Ildeko' Kalapakas, Elsie Stewart, Natalie Stewart-Utley, Loretta Jenkins, Candy Thomen, Judy Hankel, Lynda Sanderg, Mary Ann Flahvin, Paula Richards, Stacy Bester, Sandra Bergeron, Ann Fabbiano, Jody Moody, Deanna Camp Sharon Hockinson and others. 

Here are a few of the works that will be featured:
Glass by Teresa Pelusa-Antosyn  
Glass by Teresa Pelusa-Antosyn  

10 inch scrap glassed fused on clear circle
 by Teresa Pelusa-Antosyn

Sacred Wound by Sharon Hockinson
Wood Crafted Boxes by Sheri Chin

Jewelry by Stacy Bester

Tea for Two by Debbie Hughbanks

Gary's Racoon by Kay Lodahl

Gallery Hours ... Tues.–Fri. 10am- 5pm Sat. 10am-2pm

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

BBQ & and Flootie Gallery Event

Thanks to all that attended our Events this past summer, it was a huge success, and the gallery and The Folks at Flootie would like to thank everyone who participated in making it such a fun event!

Plan to Attend

Our 2nd BBQ and Flootie Event is near.

The next Pacific Flyway Gallery - Flootie event is Thursday August 27, from 5:00 to 7:00, artists will be on hand to meet and visit, and you can watch a filming of Flootie TV.
If you missed our art market, this is a great chance to stop by and enjoy some refreshments, say hi and see all the new art on display.

So what is Flootie anyway? 
Flootie is an online art marketing site developed by Spokane Valley's own Dean Cameron. It provides a web platform for artists and art collectors to meet up on line. It's building a global following and we are excited to be an active member of this growing web presence. 
They have recently added a television production feature called "Flootie TV", which can be seen on many Community Access Television Channels, here in Spokane and around the country.

Art Formee

Fun things are happening at the gallery, stop by and join in the fun.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The "Summer of Flootie" kicks off the summer of '15

The summer is upon us and we are excited to have many events going on at the gallery.

June features include our Metro Women Magazine After-Hours "Garden Party at Pacific Flyway Gallery" event on Thursday June 25th, 5:00 pm- 8:00 pm. Everyone is invited to join us for this free event, which includes Refreshments, Door Prizes and Free Drawings.

The Summer of Flootie kicks off in June and is an all summer art show, which includes a "Meet the Artist" event on Saturday July 25th with an art market in the parking lot at the gallery. Come and meet the artists, see artist demonstrations, discuss their art, and enjoy lunch treats.
The second event is Thursday August 27, from 5:00 to 8:00, artists will be on hand, you can watch a filming of Flootie TV.

So what is Flootie anyway? 
Flootie is an online art marketing site developed by Spokane Valley's own Dean Cameron. It provides a web platform for artists and art collectors to meet up on line. It's building a global following and we are excited to be an active member of this growing web presence. 
They have recently added a television production feature called "Flootie TV", which can be seen on many Community Access Television Channels, here in Spokane and around the country.

We're happy to showcase many of the local and regional artists that are members of

 See work by such artists as: 
View more of the artists work and learn about the artist by clicking on their name, it will take you to

John Thamm
John is a well known and respected Spokane artist, an accomplished portrait and landscape painter, he is renown for his work as an art instructor with the Community Colleges of Spokane for many years.
John Thamm painting

Richard Warrington
This Spokane area artist is known nationally for his metal sculptures, and has been in the forefront of the Inland Northwest art scene since the early '70s.  

Richard Warrington Metal Sculptures

E. L. Stewart  
Elsie is a well known Spokane artist who paints in a variety of styles.

Biting Her Lip. by E.L. Stewart

Cheryl Halverson
Cheryl's water colors have a pleasant softness.

"Falls" 16" x 20" watercolor by Cheryl Halverson
Ginny Brennan
Ginny features watercolors and recycled art works in a very innovative fashion.
"Tulips" new watercolor art on recycled/up-cycled home decor

Tom Hanson
Tom works in multiple genres, featuring acrylics on canvas. He is known for his Abstract Fly Collection.

"Tom's Foolery" acrylic on canvas 24" x24" by Tom Hanson
We will continue to add more artists works as the days go by, we hope to see you at the gallery to enjoy this summer long event.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Featuring the art of Gay Waldman

Pacific Flyway Gallery is proud to announce that Spokane artist Gay Waldman will be joining the gallery as a resident artist. To kick off this great new addition, we will be hosting a showing of her work during the month of May. 
Our First Friday Meet the Artist event will feature scrumptious food, delicious desserts, and live Jazz Music!

Friday May 1st,  5PM -8PM. 

 Gay's work has been described as "Intuitively enhanced photo art expressions".  Her works include floral, landscapes, architectural and abstract imagery.
Many of her recent images are printed with newer techniques on photographic metallic paper or dye-infused aluminum. 
Gay Waldman

 "I’ve worked in my studio professionally since 1985 and I’m currently active in juried shows and galleries selling my artwork throughout the Northwest. I recently completed a permanent public artwork commission, consisting of four- ten foot by ten foot aluminum photo panel collages at the Spokane Convention Center Ballroom Lobby."

Why We Live Here, Spokane Convention Center commission
 The vibrancy and emotion emulating from these 
highly artistic works is captivating. 
They are truly an unforgettable addition to any decor.


  Gay's work features a unique dimension and color boldness, with a creative contemporary feel.

Woven Cabbage II

The Gallery will also have a selection of gift items featuring Gay's images including cards and jewelry

Azul II
Gay is a highly collected Spokane artist. Her varied portfolio is  available in many sizes. Many of the image themes have a series of pieces that hang beautifully in a collection to fill a large space. 

Red Abtruse II
 Please join us in welcoming Gay to the Pacific Flyway Gallery on the First Friday of May.

Thursday, April 2, 2015

The art of Lee Kromschroeder featured through the end of April

We would like to thank everyone who attended events with  Lee Kromschroeder. 
It was really nice to see so many longtime customers as well as the new gallery visitors.

If you didn't get a chance to make it in to meet Lee, you really must come in and see his work.These pieces are very stunning. We have quite a few originals and many of his prints. As the Wild Wings dealer here in Spokane, we can order any of his works, and we will do a beautiful job framing it for you.
His work will continue to be featured here until April 30th.
We hope to see you.

By stopping in during the month of April you can enter to win during our 30 Free in 30 event! We will giving away a surprise each day of the 30 days in April. Free items include Gift Certificates for custom framing, framed and unframed art and even a few jewelry pieces! For even more chance to win - Like us on FaceBook!  
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Thursday, March 5, 2015

Lee Kromschroeder at Pacific Flyway Gallery

We are excited to announce that in celebration of our 30th Anniversary, we are hosting nationally renowned wildlife artist Lee Kromschroeder. We are featuring Lee in the gallery Sat. March 28,  1pm to 4pm  for a meet and greet, where he will be signing prints and visiting with our guests. We will have originals and many of his prints on hand.
Known for his wildlife and landscape paintings, Lee is a featured artist with the Wild Wings Collection publishers, and can be seen at many of the west's premier art events and auctions.
We are proud to be a Spokane dealer for Wild Wings and Lee's work.

Lee Kromschroeder 

Stirring moods. Engaging action. Flirtatious light. The art of Lee Kromschroeder captures the imagination of the viewer and pulls him into the animated world of his canvas. "What I like to do is create a total environment for the animal. I feel everything in a painting is equally as important as the subject." Through exhaustive research of his subject's anatomy, behavior & habitat and continually challenging his skills, Kromschroeder has emerged as one of the most recognized and celebrated artists of the genre. 
View prints by Lee Kromschroeder
View original paintings by Lee Kromschroeder

Caught By Light Cougar

February's Nest

Storm Brewin-Elk

These exotic canvas prints make stylish contemporary interior accents.
Leopard Fur, wrapped Canvas

Zebra Fur-wrapped Canvas

Don't miss this chance to join us in celebrating Lee's outstanding art. Stop in and say Hi to Lee and kick off our 30th year serving Spokane with the Best in Art and Custom Framing.

Vertical Rise

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

February is Hearts for Hunger month.

We invite you to join us in our month long fundraising efforts to support “Generation Alive”, a Spokane non-profit fighting hunger in our community. 100% of your $20.00 donation goes directly to making a difference in the Spokane area. 

Framed hand made Hearts
For your donation, you can choose a framed original "Heart Work" created by a local artist, art student or artistic supporter. We have a large collection of framed one of a kind hearts to choose from. Each heart was a gift from the heart for this fundraiser.
Your purchase of a heart is a gift from you, to your loved one and for your community; befitting a perfect Valentine.

The Heart Works reflect a variety of artist styles
Making of the heart…
If you are interested in creating your own "Heart Work" for this fundraiser, you are welcome to join us in our gallery on Valentine’s Day, Saturday the 14th from 11am-1pm. Bring your family and friends, and you can create a heart, donate, and give a gift from the heart to combat hunger.

You can create a Heart Work to donate