We have public hours on Saturdays 12-5 p.m. and during special events like the Ballard Night Out Art Walk form 6-9 p.m. on the Third Thursday of each month.
We are open by appointment Tuesday - Friday. You can easily make and manage your appointment with our online scheduling system by clicking the big red button below. Or you can call us toll-free at 1-855-425-1631
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We are in the artsy neighborhood of Ballard in Seattle, WA. You will find us in Studio 2G of the BallardWORKS artist building located at 2856 NW Market Street, Seattle, WA 98107.? Check out our MAP page for detailed directions.
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NEW WAY TO BUY ART
We are now a partner gallery with ArtMoney - an innovative new way to buy art. With an interest free ArtMoney loan you can acquire a one-of-a-kind print from us for as little as $100 per month. Contact us for all the details and you can apply online for instant approval.
GALLERY 1/1 is the only fine art photography gallery in the US that specializes exclusively in unique photographic prints. We are excited to present artists making hand-crafted one-of-a-kind prints that are only available as a single edition, one of one - 1/1. Our artists combine a fresh contemporary approach with a variety of methods and mediums including alternative processes, experimental and historic darkroom techniques that produce photographic prints that are unique and irreproducible. Christie's recently identifed "the materiality of prints" as a key current trends in photography collecting. GALLERY 1/1 is dedicated to championing the power of the photograph as an object of art.
Artist, collector and entrepreneur, Dan Shepherd, founded GALLERY 1/1 in 2015. The vision of the gallery is to present the next generation of photographic artists not regularly shown in Seattle. Dan is always available to chat with artists, enthusiasts and collectors about the gallery’s special focus. Email: email@example.com
Check out this Seattle Times interview with Dan about his "Cool Job in Ballard."