Howard/Mandville Gallery Celebrates 21 Years in Kirkland on Friday

On Friday, June 10, 2011, Howard/Mandville Gallery (120 Park Lane in downtown Kirkland) will celebrate 21 years in Kirkland with an Anniversary Show. The gallery is hosting a reception this Friday from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Coinciding with the Anniversary Show is Kirkland's Art Walk. The Kirkland Artwalk is a free, self-guided, public art phenomenon which brings together art lovers and community friends to the ever evolving downtown Kirkland waterfront neighborhood.  With exciting and unique offerings around every corner, downtown celebrates each and every month on the 2nd Friday from 6pm-9pm.

About Howard/Mandville Gallery

Owners Dan & Pat Howard started in the gallery and framing business in 1972 after moving the Puget Sound region from Montana. They opened the Kirkland location in 1990 as a second location but it is now the only one. Howard/Mandville Gallery is a destination gallery attracting savvy art collectors and art lovers from all parts of the US and Canada. We have been recognized as one of the best in the country by important national art publications including Southwest Art Magazine, Art of The West and American Art Collector.

The gallery represents over 60 regional and nationally known painters and sculptors and has hosted regional and national shows including the Northwest Watercolor Society Exhibitions and Oil Painters of America National Exhibitions.  They were responsible for promoting Kirkland as an arts destination by leading the Kirkland Art Gallery Association for many years and establishing the Kirkland Art Walks.