2022 Unwrap The Creative Postcard

2022 Holiday Events at The Art Spirit Gallery

November 1, 2022

Opening Reception - Saturday, November 5th | 11 am - 6 pm
ArtWalk - Friday, November 11th | 5 pm - 8 pm
Wine For The Holidays - Saturday, November 19th | 1 - 6 pm
Tango In The Gallery - Saturday, November 19th | 6 pm - 10 pm
Elf On The Shelf - Friday, November 25th | 11 am - 6 pm
The Coeurd’Alene Downtown Lighting Ceramony & Parade - Friday, November 25th | 5-7 pm
Small Business Saturday - Saturday, November 26th | 11 am - 6 pm
Elf On The Shelf - Saturday, November 26th | 11 am - 6 pm
Holiday Reception - Saturday, December 3rd | 11 am - 6 pm
It’s A Wonderful Life (Live Play Reading) - Thursday, December 8th | 6 pm
ArtWalk - Friday, December 9th | 5 pm - 8 pm
It’s A Wonderful Life (Live Play Reading) - Saturday, December 10th | 6 pm
Twelve Day Of Christmas (Specials Offered Every Day) - Tuesday, December 12th - Saturday December 24th | 11 am - 6 pm
It’s A Wonderful Life (Live Play Reading) - Friday, December 16th | 6 pm
It’s A Wonderful Life (Live Play Reading) - Saturday, December 17th | 6 pm
SHOW CLOSES - Saturday, December 24th | 2 pm

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2022 Small Works Application

August 18, 2022

2022 Holiday Show – Unwrap The Creative

Call for Art

The Art Spirit Gallery is currently accepting entries for its 26th Annual Holiday Show, to take place Nov 4 - Dec 24, 2022.

For 25 years now The Art Spirit Gallery has hosted a holiday show featuring ‘Small Works’ of different genres and media. We are looking for the perfect gift giving quality pieces and all works will be considered. Please note that our brand is Northwest contemporary and works in this style are what our audience responds to most.

We will be unable to accept all of the works submitted, but we will do our very best to accommodate as much as possible.

Deadline: Friday, September 23rd, 2022 at midnight

ELIGIBILITY: Open to all artists in the United States and Canada, 18 years of age or older. Artists may submit only their own original artworks.

FIRST STEP: Click the "Download Article" below AND READ BEFORE SUBMITTING


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2021 Featured Artist Postcard (Front)

2021 Exhibition Schedule

February 12, 2021

View the artist line-ups for our 2021 shows here!


Art Spirit Gallery reintroduces the region to the work and story of artist Ernest Lothar

April 26, 2019 - Carrie Scozzaro


Art history has forgotten Ernest Lothar, whose contemporaries — artists like Marc Chagall, Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee — fled Nazi Europe for America, converging mostly upon New York City, and forming the canon of so-called exile artists whose works are now celebrated in the annals of art history. But Lothar's escape from Hitler's juggernaut was circuitous, bypassing metropolitan art centers for many years. Though he made a significant body of artwork, illness and other circumstances conspired to dim his rising star in the art world for more than 60 years.

An upcoming exhibition at the Art Spirit Gallery in Coeur d'Alene reintroduces Lothar, sharing not only his artwork, but also his compelling story.

"The story excited us in equal amounts as the artwork," says gallery owner Blair Williams. "We get approached often by artists and families of artists and we consider ourselves fortunate that way." More often than not, though, the artwork people share with them is not a good fit for the gallery, she says.


Click HERE for the entire story as featured in the INlander.


Sheila Evans- The Making of Enamel Fox Tray

November 1, 2016

Watch one of our favorite enamel artists create one of her bright and creative trays! Watch HERE.

McCuddin for video image

Mel McCuddin - Figurative Expressionist

July 23, 2015

The World According to Mel McCuddin

Click here to view the video

Cropped See Inside image for Google tour of gallery

July 2, 2014


Take a virtual tour through the gallery. Click on the link below and then navigate your way through the gallery with your mouse.  Once you master the navigation, you can go up the stairs and view the mezzanine, zoom in on artwork or go back out the front door for a street view.

We hired local photographer, Sean Young, to photograph our "Best of the Basement" show.  He sent the images in to Google, who "stitched" them together to form the photo sphere.