August 24th, 2016

As you know, the Michael Parsons Fine Art gallery has been CLOSED for the entire month of August while our space is being renovated.
We were tentatively planning to re-open after the Labor Day holiday, but our closure has been extended by a week due to multiple plan changes pertaining to the air conditioning ducting.
The new plan is to begin moving back in on September 6th and re-open to the public on September 14th.
The good news is that we will have air conditioning in the gallery in the future.

​Looking From NEW Space Towards The Front Door






The Michael Parsons Fine Art gallery space at 716 SW Madison Street will be CLOSED and vacant for the entire month of August 2016 while the our space is entirely renovated.

We are able to attend to some aspects of business offsite, and we will be checking our messages and email regularly. We are making every effort to proceed with business the best we can.


The best methods to contact us are either by email: michaelparsonsfineart@gmail.comor Michael Parsons' mobile number 503-891-9371.


If all goes well, the gallery will tentatively begin moving back in on September 1st and re-open to the public after the Labor Day holiday, on September 7th.


We will continue to update our patrons of any important changes, but please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.

We look forward to sharing a new beginning with all of you in a larger and freshly updated space.

Thank you for your patience.


Gallery Closed In August For Renovation

​Newly Discovered Arch & Original 1922 Tile Floor

Michael Parsons Fine Art

716 S.W. Madison

Portland, OR 97205

Phone 503-206-8601

Gallery Hours:  Wednesday - Saturday, 12pm-5pm

E-Mail:  michaelparsonsfineart@gmail.com

​Main Room Of The Gallery BEFORE Renovation

​Newly Enlarged Main Room Of The Gallery AFTER East Wall & Carpet Removed

August 11th, 2016

We want to share a couple of photos with you of the progress being made...
The renovation is really unfolding in interesting ways, and the gallery interior space is changing dramatically.
Thus far, the East wall has been removed to expand our space and a new interior ceiling arch was discovered under old sheet rock in the new wing.
The crews have also discovered the original 1922 black and white tiling under the old existing carpet.
The plan to have hardwood floors installed has been put on hold, as the building's preservation committee will be attempting to have the original tile floor restored.