A Contemporary Intercultural Art Gallery

ArtXchange Gallery is a contemporary intercultural art gallery that inspires cultural exploration, the expansion of global community and the exchange of ideas through art. We exhibit art from around the world that reflects the diversity of influences shaping the Seattle community and contemporary global culture.


About The Founder

Born in Asia and raised in America, gallery director Cora Edmonds' international background, combined with her love of art, travel, and photography, influenced her to establish ArtXchange in 1995 as a way to raise cultural awareness and promote global understanding through art.


Where We Are Today

ArtXchange has evolved from online gallery to private showroom and finally to our current location in Pioneer Square. Our expanded gallery allows us to mount exhibitions on a larger scale, as well as being a community asset for events such as art auctions, book-signings and performances.
ArtXchange Gallery has proudly supported and partnered with organizations including: Legacies of War PATH La Sala Latino/a Artist Network National Centre for Ceramics (Wales) Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) Seeds of Compassion Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs Crooked Trails Namaste Children's Fund Women's Funding Alliance Seattle Friends of Asian Art Landesa Refugee Women's Alliance
  • Marcio Diaz: Sense of Place

    Marcio Diaz: Sense of Place

    A contemporary Northwest painter is a mosaic of influences from all parts of the world. Marcio Diaz captures his reflections on the Northwest landscape that stem from his creative beginnings  in Nicaragua. See the development of his painting in “Sense of Place”.


  • Publications


    RED: sculpture by Humaira Abid

    A full exhibition catalog of the critically acclaimed sculpture and painting show by Humaira Abid. Includes an essay by Salwat Ali, one of Pakistan’s leading art critics.

    Available at ArtXchange Gallery.



    The ArtXchange Journey

    Stunning photographs from fifteen years travels by ArtXchange director and photographer Cora Edmonds, celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of ArtXchange Gallery. Purchase in the gallery or online at Blurb.com.



    Donald Cole presents a series of Mountain Visions.

    The catalog reveals the artist’s process from sketch to painting and includes original essays.

    Preview or purchase at Blurb.com.


    Sense Us 2010: 10 Contemporary Latino Artists of the Pacific Northwest

    Through painting and photography, documentary and abstraction, these ten artists balance heritage and culture with the Puget Sound perspective.

    Preview the catalog online here or order a printed copy at Blurb.com!



    Deborah Kapoor: Breathing In, Breathing Out

    Includes an illuminating essay by art historian Stephany Rimland.

    Purchase at ArtXchange Gallery.




    American/Asian: A Tale of New Cultures.

    ArtXchange Gallery presents the work of 13 regional artists that tells the tale of how each embraces his or her own identity as an APA in the Pacific Northwest.

    Purchase a printed copy or preview the full catalog at Blurb.com




    June Sekiguchi: Pattern Play

    The catalog features artwork images and written insights by June Sekiguchi.

    First edition sold out. Purchase new copies at Blurb.com.




    The work in Joan Wortis: Points of Departure originates from multiple forms of media – cloth, paper, physical objects such as honeycomb and antique books, and Joan’s own photography.
    Available at ArtXchange Gallery.





    Donald Cole: Unpredictable Arrivals

    This full exhibition catalog features an essay by John Levy.
    Available at ArtXchange Gallery.


Exhibition Partners

The Everest Kitchen Cora Edmonds's photography from Nepal and Tibet compliment the authentic decor and flavors of this Nepalese/Tibetan restaurant in Bothell. Ummelina International Day Spa Ummelina, downtown Seattle's finest day spa, takes a global approach to health and beauty. Currently displaying a rotating exhibit of ArtXchange artwork and textiles, including contemporary lacquer paintings from Vietnam. Red Square Yoga Red Square Yoga, in Seattle's Queen Anne neighborhood, aims to bring out the better being in all of us. Simply Desserts Simply Desserts is one of the top bakeries in the Pacific Northwest region. Their Fremont cafe currently displays a rotating selection of Deborah Kapoor's encaustic paintings and sculptures.

Our Friends

Namaste Children's Fund Founded by ArtXchange director Cora Edmonds and Phil Crean, NCF supports community-based education for women and children in underserved regions of Nepal. Seattle First Thursday The First Thursday Artwalk is Seattle's biggest monthly art event. Check out the First Thursday website for up-to-date information on galleries and events. ArtSEA Design ArtSEA offers creative designs and project solutions for galleries, museums and organizations. Crooked Trails Travel with a purpose. Crooked Trails is a non-profit organization offering programs to improve the cultural, ecological, and economic conditions around the world. La Sala La Sala is a collective formed to coalesce and mobilize the growing Latino/Latina arts community of the Seattle/Bellevue and surrounding districts. The Wing Luke Asian Museum Our nation’s only museum devoted to the Asian Pacific American experience. The Alliance for Pioneer Square This non-profit neighborhood organization is bringing new energy to Seattle’s Historic Pioneer Square District.

Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 5:30 pm
Open First Thursdays until 8pm for the Pioneer Square Artwalk