Seattle-area art experiences you won’t want to miss in fall 2019
By Gayle Clemans Special to The Seattle Times, Sep. 17, 2019
The J. Rinehart Gallery, which opened online this year, has quickly established itself in the art community by representing super talented local artists such as Jazz Brown, Shaun Kardinal and Lakshmi Muirhead. In October, owner Judith Rinehart will open a physical gallery in Pioneer Square with a group exhibition aptly titled “Introductions.” Oct. 3-Nov. 9; 319 Third Ave. S., Seattle; free; jrinehartgallery.com
J. Rinehart Gallery Has a Physical Space, Baby!
by Jasmyne Keimig • Sep 3, 2019
Oh my god, did you, too, fall in love with Daisy Patton's floral interventions on old photographs? Find yourself entranced by the cryptic serenity of 2018 Neddy Award-winning Lakshmi Muirhead's paintings? Get wrapped in the neat, geometric embroidered art of artist, collector, and curator Shaun Kardinal? The work by these artists, who are represented by J. Rinehart Gallery (a new endeavor by art dealer Judith Rinehart) will now have a home in a physical space as the gallery finally takes the jump from online to "real life," expanding into new digs in Pioneer Square this October.
EXHIBITION SPACE OPENING
(Seattle, WA) - September 3, 2019 - After launching J. Rinehart gallery online earlier this year and coming off the heels of exhibiting at the Seattle Art Fair, Judith Rinehart has sought out a brick and mortar location to better showcase the work of the gallery’s represented artists. In locating the gallery in the Pioneer Square neighborhood, Rinehart continues the long-held tradition of art galleries clustering in this vibrant and growing community.
GRAY MAGAZINE - AUG/SEPT 2019
Brick by Brick
Seattle art world veteran Judith Rinehart, who’s worked in some of the city’s toniest galleries, steps out of the white box to open a space of her own.
By RACHEL GALLAHER
Portrait by NATE WATTERS
(Seattle, WA) - June 13, 2019 – Judith Rinehart, the namesake of the newly-launched J. Rinehart Gallery, announced today that, after being in the Seattle art scene for the past 12 years, she is opening a new exhibition space and art gallery in downtown Seattle with a focus on artists with connections to the Pacific Northwest. The gallery recently launched online and is opening its exhibition space later this year.