engage, promote and sponsor a wide variety of artists and artistic visions, and we provide a custom display system on a lighted alley wall for showcasing quality artworks that represent our region. We strive for ways to create a tangible, stable economy for artists by partnering with other community organizations, nonprofits, schools and businesses to promote sponsored public events.
Owners Lisa Simon and Jason Neal opened Radius Gallery to showcase the skills, sensibilities and courage of artists they admire, to connect those artists to discerning collectors, and to create an energetic forum for discussing art and its vitality in the contemporary world.
Relic Gallery offers unique and curious art and antiquities for discerning collectors with that cloaked edge and a taste for the unusual.
Our treasures are sourced from the depths of bygone eras and acquired on a regular basis to provide new and fresh items to adorn homes, sanctuaries and collections or to gift family, friends and lovers.
120 North Higgins Avenue
INDIGENOUS PEOPLES' LAND & CULTURE STATEMENT
Our newly constructed building and galleries are situated within the traditional ancestral territories of the Séliš (Salish or “Flathead”) and Qlispé (upper Kalispel or Pend d’Oreille) peoples. We remain respectful of these early stewards of the land we now occupy. The rich cultural attributes of these indigenous peoples are fundamental to artistic expression in the region yesterday and today.
We welcome clientele of all physical abilities.
All public areas of the building are wheelchair accessible and ADA compliant.