6.Brunette Mix: Bob Keller has been drawn to photography as a communication form since his first visit to San Francisco as a kid.? His primary subject is a broadly defined ?landscape,? which includes the physical materials and biological beings that interact at its visible surface.? It may be the interaction of people and earth (e.g. land rehabilitation efforts, transportation methods, food production, resource use) or the elegant or violent movement of water, a subtle shape found in a wind-stressed stem, the chattering of a trio of auklets.?
7. Sweetie: Jay Cates, paintings
9.Windermere: Diane Culhane, whimsical,fun and colorful oil on canvas. http://www.dianeculhaneart.com/.
13.Twilight: Realist painter Michelle Anderst’s works on canvas focusing on solitary figures, anatomy and industrial imagery such as telephone poles, glass, and run down spaces. The work is filled with an intensity of color and subject that creates an instant feeling of intimacy with the viewer. Her imagery is directly influenced from growing up as an only child where she spent most of her time drawing her surroundings and poring over her fathers anatomy books
15. 8 Limbs Yoga: Mariah Scee, photography.
17. Georgia Blu is proud to present the work of professional artist CodyBlomberg. Cody’s colorful art is beautiful for children’s rooms andfeatures many animals. Be the first to see one of his new animal clockseries!
18.Arts West: 5X5 featuring Derek Ferrington, Thomas Krueger, Claire Putney, Gay Waldman
mimicry of everyday life.
18. 20. Elliott Bat Brewery: Paul Creasmen
21. Click! Deisgn that Fits:Janet MillerMy artwork comes out of the many questions, stories, and experiences that I have collected so far in my travels, visits, and work, both at home and away from home. My paintings are made using beeswax, oil paint, graphite, and found materials. These materials include used maps, old books, letters, doodles, and various items I find on the ground or am given. These saved and rescued scraps are a tangible recollection of experiences I have had, which build on each other to create an endless, constantly changing story.http://www.planetjanetart.com/
24. Alki Mail: Joan Hill, Digital Art
25.Revolution Coffee and Art: Jim Knight Abstract Oil on Canvas
26. Circa: rock photographer, Megan Perry. http://www.meganperry.com/
27. Styling Studio: Iris Muranaka, Jennifer Leach, and Kathleen Lopez, photography.
28.The Body Bar: Julie Nugent-Carnay showing acrylic paintings in her Vortex series. Come see her unseen world of turbulent energy.
29.West Seattle Nursury
30. M3 Bodyworks:Painter and Photographer – Kelly Tissot www.m3bodyworks.com/kelly
31. Seattle Wellness Program:
32. C & P
Carmilia’s: John Sabee, air brush paintings