May Art Walk in Pictures

Our best Art Walk since the pandemic! Big thanks to you, Art Lovers, for coming out to join the community. It was a very busy evening, with a lot of folks out strolling in all the Junctions, really enjoying the event. Restaurants were busy, too, with both indoor and outside seating full. We could see many summery drinks enjoyed, from wineries to patios. All of the venues had their doors open, welcoming art viewing. We also had more artists attending their receptions in person, with visitors eager to chat with them.

We were excited to welcome three new businesses to Art Walk – Mystery Made, WEND Jewelry, and Darby Winery – and visitors were excited to be part of their receptions. And big congratulations to first-time exhibitor Jacquie Stock, whose summery landscapes and still lifes at West Seattle Runner make you want to get into the great outdoors with your running gear. Most of the artwork featured at participating business will be up all month long, so be sure to visit the above venues during business hours.

 If you weren’t able to come out, catch our livestream videos on Facebook and Instagram.

We want to thank all our generous partners for the support they bring the West Seattle Art Walk – our newest partner Quail Park Memory Care Residences, Fogue Gallery, Verity Credit Union, Canna West Seattle, Brookdale Senior Living and our media partner West Seattle Blog. Thank you, too, to the all artists, merchants, and restaurants/bars/cafes for making this monthly event happen. To you, art-seeker, thanks for being part of this community.

Here’s a photo recap of Art Walk night for the month of May by volunteer photographers Kate McN., Sofia V., Dan J., Reeve W. and Lora R. 

Did you take any photos? Tag us on Instagram (wsartwalk) or use our hashtag #westseattleartwalk on your photos. Please like or follow us to stay up to date!

2 thoughts on “May Art Walk in Pictures

  1. This is awesome! Can’t wait for next month’s event when my #BLM-inspired “Respect” quilts among others, will be on display at the West Seattle Grounds coffee shop.
    Thank you WSEA ArtWalk folks, for making our community come alive again.
    Julia

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