Bainbridge Island, WA
Little Free Art Gallery BI is on Sunrise Drive, South of Fay Bainbridge Park on Bainbridge Island.
Little Free Gallery Bellingham is near the corner of West St. & Eldridge Ave. and is hosted by Katrina Lyon.
Free Little Art Gallery Bothell is located at 2921 213th St SE.
Find Sprout Contemporary Art Space at 13418 2nd Avenue South, Burien, WA.
Free Little Art Gallery Duvall is Duvall’s first! And can be found on Virginia between 3rd and Broadway.
Free Little Art Gallery Edmonds can be found online at
They accept submissions by mail:
623 Main St. #1, Edmonds, WA, 98020 USA
Federal Way, WA
The Loft Art Gallery is a combination Little Free Library, Free Little Art Gallery, and Private Little Art Gallery. I think this may be the only triple decker like this in the world!
Visit at 319 S. 297th St., Federal Way, WA 98003. Enjoy the FLAG, LFL and Little Art Gallery in person and on Instagram:
North Bend, WA
North Bend, WA FLAG can be found at 667 E North Bend Way, North Bend, WA 98045. Send art by mail to that address, attention Bonnie Katz Sailors. Find them on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/bonnie.katz.sailors
And it has a disco ball! I think that’s a first!
Free Little Art Gallery Willis Street can be found North side of Willis St, Richland, WA. Find them on Instagram:
Klahanie Little Art Gallery is at 4210 244th Pl SE in Sammamish, WA. They say, “We urge everyone to let their creative juices flow!”
Teenie Weenie Gallerini, Edmonds, WA
What a great name! Find this gallery 408 Main St Edmonds, WA 98020. It’s run by art supply store ARTspot in Edmonds WA.
To send art by mail, send to: ARTspot, 408 Main St Edmonds, WA 98020.
Mercer Island, WA
Free Little Art Gallery MI is located on the corner of SE 29th St and 74th Ave SE. Yes, they accept art by mail! Send it to:
Free Little Art Gallery 3609 72nd PL SE, Mercer Island, WA 98040
The Free Little Art Gallery on 5th is on 5th Ave. SE in Olympia, WA.
Six FLAGs in Seattle, WA
Visit the Free Little Art Gallery Loyal Heights at On 27th Ave NW between 80th & 77th Ave NW in Seattle, WA.
To send art by mail, DM them for the mailing address. Find them on FB here:
Free Little Art Gallery Wallingford is at N 45th & Whitman. The host says, “Come and see the ever changing art!”
Free Little Art Gallery LH is in Laurelhurst near Waterway 1.
Find Free Art Phinney on N 68th between Dayton and Fremont.
Is the Free Little Art Gallery the mother of them all? The story in the Seattle Times seems to the the first one to have gotten nation-wide attention and was shared widely on social media. (I think, unless I’ve gotten two of them mixed up, let me know if I have.)
Find it located between Garfield & Galer on 1st Ave NORTH 98109, Seattle WA.
She opened her FLAG in December 2020 and writes, “The Free Little Art Gallery opened December of 2020 in an effort to shed a little light, levity and beauty on a heavy year.”
She tells the story of her FLAG on her site: https://www.milrany.com/the-longer-story
Salmon Bay, WA
Find the Free Little Art Gallery Salmon Bay at NW 6700 block of 22nd Ave NW in Ballard.
Lil Free Gifting Art Gallery lives at 2617 W Olympic Ave, Spokane Wa 99205 and online at https://www.instagram.com/lilfreegiftinggallery_nspokane
Send art by mail to: Lil Free Gifting Gallery c/o Abra Cole 2617 W Olympic Ave Spokane Wa 99205.
The hosts writes, “Our intent is shared art, gifted art. Come find a gift for that hard-to-buy-for friend, and leave some of your own art for someone else to discover!”
Free Little Art Gallery Ravenna
Tacoma is home to the Tiny Art Gallery on Cedar and was established October 2020. Monthly curated exhibitions in the Proctor neighborhood.
4 thoughts on “Washington Free Little Art Galleries”
Hi Elaine, thank you for info. Minor point but the correct spelling of Seattle neighborhood is Ravenna. Beautiful area. Thank you for these listings. Lala
Thank you so much, I’ll make that correction!
There’s also one in Toledo, WA. It’s in the alleyway between the library and the farmer’s market. Lemme see if I can google up an address.
Okay, there’s no name for the passageway, but it’s just east of the library at 241 Cowlitz. (It’s well marked and there’s also an LFL there, too, along with impressive murals.).
Excellent, thanks so much! I’ll add them and try to contact them!