The Gallery at the Linen Building is a second-floor, loft-style art gallery located inside the Linen Building Event Center. With natural light, warm sunsets and bird's-eye views of Downtown Boise and the Linen District, The Gallery offers artists and art lovers a fresh, unique urban space in which to display and view art.
Since opening in August 2009, The Gallery at the Linen Building has featured several exhibits showcasing the work of some of Idaho's top professional artists, as well as student and faculty artists from Boise State University. If you are interested in exhibiting your work, please review our Submission Guidelines for more information.
The Gallery is open weekdays from 10 am to 3 pm and on weekends by appointment only.
'Inter/Change', a new group show featuring the work of 19 Idaho artists created in a unique collaborative context, opened March 7.
The concept behind "Inter/Change" was to bring together artists who may not typically work with one another to have a collaborative dialogue through the artwork. Each artist began one work of art and then worked on two more, so each artist had their hand in three pieces. The exhibit features 19 works incorporating a variety of media, including photography, image transfer, oil paint, house paint, duct tape and the use of a shredder, to name a few.
Eli Craven (elicraven.com), Megan Sterling (megansterling.com), Ryan Mandell (ryanmandell.com), Bryan Anthony Moore (facebook.com/bambamart), Anna Ura (annaura.com), Goran Fazil (goranfazil.com), Laurie Blakeslee (lblakeslee.com), William Lewis (wmlewispainting.com), Jon Sadler (newcatalogue.net), Kelly Packer (kellypacker.com), Kirsten Furlong (kirstenfurlong.com), Arin Lindstrom (arinlindstrom.com), Matt Bodett (mattbodett.com), Dan Scott (dtascottart.com), Veiko Valencia, Garth Claassen, Stephen Fisher, Kate Walker and Brenda Fisher