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October 2022 Featured Artists

orange and pieces of orange

Join us for our First Thursday Reception at the Broadway on October 6, 5:30-7:00 pm. Debra Chase exhibits her luscious images of fruit and vegetables and Mary Kohlschmidt will show her unique jewelry made with stones and copper. These artists are well-known gallery members who produce top quality art. Music will be provided by The […]

July 2016 Featured Artists

gourd with underwater scene

Join us at First Thursday, July 7  to meet the featured artists: Mary Kohlschmidt, Fran Ladlow, Karen Leback, and Joyce Hudson.

February is Raining Art

Beth Bailey, paintings

Have you ever heard the expression, “It’s raining art”? In February, that’s what it’s doing at The Broadway Gallery! We have so much art to share with you. Beth Bailey describes her show as: “A culmination of many scenes throughout the Pacific Northwest including local scenes. Water seems to be a common or dominate theme of […]

Tiny Beautiful Things

Mary Fortner, jewelry

“True friends are like diamonds – bright, beautiful, valuable, and always in style.” Although this is late to be posted, the best is always worth waiting for! Mary Fortner’s jewelry pieces this month are more beautiful than ever. > More of Mary’s jewelry. Our artist friends are like tiny, beautiful things, always worth cherishing and precious […]

Classic, Modern and Elegant


Our February show is elegant, classic and modern. Mary Kohlschmidt’s jewelry is made from glass, beads, silver and crystals, and CDs and DVDs! Mary Huels pottery celebrates her work as a firefighter, and her creativity by creating pottery with tree designs. Rowan Chinook combines his experiences as a carpenter and theater lighting and special effects […]

Celebrating the Beauty of our Pacific Northwest

Celebrating the Beauty of our Pacific Northwest

In 2007 Bill Smith and his wife Grace retired in Kalama from Texas, where Bill spent his working career as a software engineer. Moving to the Pacific Northwest gave him the chance to focus on something else he’s always loved–photography. He graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 1965 where he had training in […]