One of the leading Northwest artists of his generation, George Tsutakawa (1910–97) was internationally known for his sculpture and fountain designs. However, a lesser-known aspect of his career was the production of blockprints, watercolors, and works on paper that began in the 1920s and continued throughout his career.

Born in Seattle and educated in Japan, Tsutakawa had early success while still in high school. He attended the University of Washington, where he received an MFA in sculpture in 1950, and became an influential instructor at the university’s School of Art from 1947 to 1976.


Adults: $12
Seniors (65+): $9
Youth (0-18): Free
Students: Free

Museum & Store Hours

Mon – Tues: Closed
Wed – Sun: 11:00am – 5:00pm

This exhibit is showing until March 26th, 2023.