Russo Lee Gallery, led by Martha Lee, carries on a tradition of featuring the best artists of the Pacific Northwest region. Originally founded in 1986 by Laura Russo, the gallery has operated for over 30 years in the same space at 805 NW 21st Avenue in Portland, with convenient parking located at the back of the gallery off of Johnson Street. Russo Lee Gallery maintains its mission to represent regional artists and connect them with the local community through regular exhibitions and artists’ talks, and with a national and international audience through our website and regular communications about our exhibitions and artists. In addition to showing many of the artists and estates of those who inaugurated the gallery three decades ago, we have also welcomed successive generations of artists through the years, helping to foster Portland’s vibrant visual arts scene. We place artwork both regionally and nationally in private, public and corporate collections, and are available to provide tours of the gallery, as well as to consult with collectors in their own spaces.
Dan Gluibizzi Twelve Patches, 2016 acrylic and watercolor on paper 10 x 8" Info >
Tom Fawkes Near Castello di Gabbiano, 2015 acrylic on panel 18 x 36" Info >
Kim Osgood Stillness Sings, 2017 acrylic on paper over wood panel 48 x 60 inches Info >