August Art Walk

Art Walk is this week!! Thursday, August 12, 5pm ’til late. Grab a Walking Maps at the participating businesses below because there are so many bars, restaurants and cafes are offering “Art Walk Specials!” Check out our Facebook post for more info. We also have some exciting news: we welcome new businesses from the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce, our newest partners in Art Walk! More businesses, more art to love, from all the way South to all the way North – so come on out!

Please note: We will be updating the businesses and their artists as the week goes on. Please check back before Thursday evening!

Learn about Mobility Options in West Seattle and beyond! Yes, we have another year to go before our bridge will be open for business. Curious about your options for how to get around? Join Stephanie Frans, a senior program specialist with Alta Planning + Design, SDOT communication staff and “micromobility” vendors (did you know that was a term?!) at the Key Bank Plaza on Art Walk night to learn more about personal transportation. 5pm to 9pm on the SW corner of Alaska and California.

Ongoing in August: Live broadcasts! Our Team will be covering some of the receptions. Join in on our Instagram and Facebook accounts! Check out the social accounts of your favorite exhibiting business – they may be live, too!

We also want to remind our Art Lovers that this event is powered by our participating artists, businesses, and restaurants. Thank you for all you do to celebrate our vibrant art scene in West Seattle!

Click here to view the Google map for businesses that are open and exhibiting.

(Post image by Debbie Bianchi, showing at Viscon Cellars)

Summer 2021 Art Walk: July 8, August 12, September 9

Featured Q3 Artist! Congratulations to Jacquie Stock whose lovely original acrylic, Tendercrop, graces the new poster AND walking maps, available in participating businesses in early July. You can see Jacquie’s work at Zelda Zonk Consignment in August and Flying Apron in September!

About the Artist

Jacquie is an acrylic painter, living and painting in West Seattle, Washington. In 2019,  Jacquie began studying and practicing painting upon retirement from Seattle Children’s Hospital. The natural beauty of Puget Sound, the Olympics, and Northwest woods and streams are current inspirations for a painting practice that cherishes the vivid colors and forms visible during West Seattle walks. Through her paintings, Jacquie hopes to share indoor reminders that beauty and joy can be just one step outdoors.


Brought to you by the Admiral Neighborhood Association

West Seattle Grounds

2141 California Ave SW

Dan Jacobs INDOORS+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

I’ve enjoyed the art of photography for over 40 years.  I’ve explored and enjoyed many other mediums but keep returning to my love for creative expression through photographs.  Most of my work involves exploring various forms, structures and perspectives in the PNW and how they are enhanced by natural lighting.  I especially enjoy highlighting detail that you might not see at a casual glance. On occasion I may drift into some more abstract filtering techniques, but for the most part what you see is what I saw in the moment the image was captured.

Learn more about Dan’s work at his Instagram, Facebook and website.

Zelda Zonk

2210 California Ave SW

Jacquie Stock Art INDOORS+BUSINESS HOURS 5pm-8pm

Featured Q3 WS Art Walk Artist!

Jacquie is an acrylic painter, living and painting in Seattle, Washington.  In 2019, Jacquie began studying and practicing painting upon retirement from Seattle Children’s Hospital. The natural beauty of Puget Sound, the Olympics, and Pacific Northwest woods and streams are current inspirations for a painting practice that cherishes vivid colors and forms visible during Salish Sea walks and beyond. Through her paintings, Jacquie hopes to share indoor reminders that beauty and joy can be just one step outdoors.

Learn more about Jacquie’s work at her Instagram.

Molly’s Bottle Shop

3278 California Ave SW Suite C

Megan Skinner INDOORS + RECEPTION 2pm – 8pm

Seattle artist Megan Skinner is excited to present her Couture Tarot prints at Molly’s Bottle Shop West Seattle. Each piece features Megan’s unique collage art, re-envisioning the archetypes of the Tarot through the lens of couture fashion. This showing includes 16 of Megan’s collages, which were the basis of her Couture Tarot deck. 

Infused with mysticism, the Couture Tarot combines traditional symbolism along with contemporary imagery. The collages are bright, colorful and fun, creating an uplifting and inspired visual experience.

This show will include the art from some of Megan’s favorite cards, including the Fool, Moon, Wheel of Fortune and Star, among other. 

To Megan, high fashion is art, and one of her greatest inspirations: “From a stack of fashion magazines, I became a mystical seamstress, cutting and sewing (or in this case, pasting!) together different images to create 78 individual tapestries reflecting the energies of each card.” 

Each print in this limited edition batch is available for sale and signed by artist.

Learn more about Megan’s work at her Instagram and website.



Food and Drink Specials!

Please mention The Art Walk to receive any of our specials:

• 50% off 2nd pasta dish (to-go or dine-in)

• 50% off 2nd dessert (to-go or dine-in)

• $2 off wine/beer by glass (dine-in Only) 4pm till Late.

WEND Jewelry

3278 California Avenue SW

Kristi Nakata INDOORS+RECEPTION, 12pm-8pm

Yama: Mountainscapes

Kristi Nakata is a Yonsei (fourth generation) Japanese American fiber artist born and raised in the Seattle area, on Duwamish and Coast Salish land. Kristi creates macraweave wall hangings combining techniques of macrame and weaving. Inspired by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, this collection is a series of mountainscapes and abstract interpretations of the colors of our region.

Learn more about Kristi’s work at their Instagram and website.

More for Art Walk!

WEND will host a Pop-Up that evening (Thursday, August 12) for Boho Republic, a handmade clothing/accessory brand right outside! Tina, the mastermind behind Boho, is going to bring a curated collection of • Fanny packs / Hip Bags• Clutches / pouches• Tote Bags• Bandanas• Fancy Masks

Back this month for artwalk is the amazing musician Zoser Official. You can learn more about him here. Not only is he a great and generous singer/songwriter, he is a seriously awesome human. 

Learn more about WEND Jewelry at their website.

Welcome Road Winery

5910 California Ave SW Ste B

Deb McCarroll BUSINESS HOURS ONLY (Permanent collection)

Deb McCarroll’s bold work embodies the Northwest’s regional culture. Patterns are created with Seattle’s ubiquitous falling rain. Paper is integrated into wet paint and then set on fire. Metal leaf is frequently woven into scenes and selectively oxidized with acid to add patinas in glittering greens and browns. Local flora and fauna are painted in startling realism and then pared with raw abstract practices.

Learn more about Deb’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and website.

Deb McCarroll, coordinated by Welcome Road Winery




$1 off our famous milkshakes on Art Walk night!


Brought to you by the West Seattle Junction Association

Doll Parts Collective

4448 California Ave SW

Aimee Hogan INDOORS + Artist 5pm-9pm

imee Hogan was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, surrounded by caring and creative people. By day, she is a Ms. Frizzle style preschool teacher. In her spare time, she creates things that make me smile. She hopes you are enchanted by these whimsical little art projects. It gives her great joy to sculpt and paint each little piece.

For more wild mushroom and vulva art follow Aimee on Instagram! Follow @dollparts on Instagram.

Fogue Gallery

4130 California Ave SW

Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-7pm

Abstracts in the Key of Flamingo – A symphony of pinks, grays and black. Curated by Patti Curtis and Elie Flanagan.


Scott Gibson

Karen Dedrickson

Ruby Lindner

Lezlie Jane

Julian DePuma

Kimberly Leo

Michele Harps

Leonardo Lanzolla

About the Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair: Back by popular demand, the Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair returns in August 2021, celebrating the resilience of visual arts in Seattle with over 40 galleries, art institutions and non-profit organizations participating in this month-long event.

Learn more about Fogue Gallery at their website, Facebook and Instagram pages, and read more about owner Patti Curtis’ return home to West Seattle and the history of Fogue in our Business Spotlight on Fogue Gallery!

Featured Artists

Hotwire Online Coffee

4410 California Ave SW

Katie Dean Letterpress!

Love note from Hotwire: We are featuring letterpress artist Katie Dean! We will have free snacks and $5 glasses of wine. We are excited to be back in action for Art Walk!



$5.00 House red & white, $1 off on-tap beers, 5pm to close.



$1 off glass of wine on Art Walk night!

Mystery Made Co.

4312 SW Oregon Street


Check back for August Artist Info!

Verity Credit Union (Art Walk Partner)

4505 California Ave SW

Maddie Rich INDOORS+RECEPTION 5:30pm-8pm

I’m a Seattle based photographer and this is my first art show. I love exploring the Pacific Northwest, and almost all of my photos are from explorations my husband and I have had over the last few years. I’ve been wielding a camera for around 6 years now and I’m constantly learning! I’ll be hanging out from at least 6-8pm at Verity Credit Union, come by and see me!

Learn more about Maddie’s work at her Instagram and website.


4525 California Ave SW


Learn more about Chandra’s work on her website. Follow Capers on their Instagram for arrivals of new merchandise, sales and events!

Caring Words from Chandra:
i am so excited for this chapter in my creative journey + the opportunity to share my love of photography here with YOU! living an artful life has always been important to me + for as long as i can remember, creating beautiful things has been my very breath. my artistic endeavors involve many different mediums, but photography has filled the last eight years with much healing + magic. the launch of my FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY collection last november has been extremely exciting — knowing that my work is going into someone’s home is such an overwhelming honor. i am grateful to those who see my photographs as i intended — artfully made images that evoke a certain feeling, or give pause. creating these images both within my camera + in large format archival prints feels like a celebration of my life + the experiences i have been so fortunate to embark on. i love to travel the world with my family + i take my camera everywhere i go. i am a seeker of WONDER + adventure. i love holding hands, quiet moments with those i love most + deep conversation. i am a self-taught photographer + i am also the creator + curator of FINDING WONDER women’s photography retreats. empowering women on their journey to self. i live in west seattle with my husband + children. i hope this collection of images will inspire + delight YOU. thank you for being here.
xo. c

Wild Roses New & Vintage for Your Home

4529 California Av SW

Reeve Washburn Art INDOORS+RECEPTION 5pm-8:30pm

E V O L U T I O N  //  L A Y E R E D

When is a painting complete? It’s a popular question or point to ponder among artists. Sometimes, when the deadline looms. Sometimes, when it just feels right. Which may be within a very short, or considerably longer, period of time, and with a number of iterations. I am finding that the reconsideration of a work’s color palette, technique, composition, or mood can bring unexpected results, even delights. I am also finding that an artist (like me) can evolve in bursts, which might mean a work’s revision becomes a new expression of self. The new layers are a mantle for the work’s original intention, just as the experimentation and learnings are a mantle that enfolds me as I progress in my practice.


I’ve always been in the business of creating, first as a graphic designer, then as a project and account manager of strategic brand design. Being artistic has been a constant, and being part of the creative process in my professional life has been very satisfying. At a career juncture in 2018, I joined the West Seattle Art Walk as a coordinator, to engage more deeply in my community. The experience was transformative: inspired by the participating businesses and artists, their stories and their work, I tapped into my own curiosity to paint abstracts.

I was born and raised in Manhattan and live in Seattle, where I moved to in 1991, with my husband and two young-adult children. I have a degree in Architecture but turned from three dimensions to two, paste-up to pixels, and now to paints.

Learn more about Reeve’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and website.



Rena Haveson and Lauren Milne INDOORS+RECEPTION 5-8pm

Art & Jewelry Show!

Rena Haveson has been painting for 25 years. She began her education at Boston University studying Art and Art History. From 1988 to 1996 she owned and operated an art gallery in Pittsburgh, PA., displaying works by contemporary American painters, including her own.

Strong color and passion for life are evident in her work. Subject matter is often expressionistic, with dream-like qualities. She often uses a palette knife or collage techniques to enrich the canvas. This is to allow the viewer to constantly wander in and out of reality while perceiving the painting.

The Faces series is a collection of feelings and emotions that lend themselves to an abstract vision. The paint is built up with layers of acrylic and oil and then it is painted over again so that there is a sense of mystery of what was before, beneath the layers of paint

Learn more about Rena’s work at her Instagram and website.

The far-reaching origins of Lauren Milne’s materials lend significance and richness to each unique creation. From the Far East she has sourced artifacts such as hand-carved jade and turquoise, Buddhist prayer beads of lotus seed, centuries old tribal Burmese pumtek beads and ornate Chinese silver locks. From the marketplaces of the Middle East, Lauren has curated a collection of silver from the nomadic Turkoman people and coins from 18th century headdresses. Through Lauren’s artistic eye and hand, these antiquities are transformed into contemporary heirlooms.

Learn more about Lauren’s work at her Instagram.




Thursday, August 12, 20215:00 PM  5 – 9 PM

Devised in response to the cancellation of much anticipated 2020 Seattle Art Fair due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the SDAF allowed for local galleries to showcase the work they had already planned to exhibit at the fair, and then grew to include the whole visual arts community in a truly collaborative effort. A hybrid of virtual exhibitions with in-person offerings, drew the attention of over 13k unique website visitors and brought crowds safely back into the galleries to view artwork over the course of the month.

Through the collaborative efforts of the gallery community, the SDAF returns in August 2021 continuing with the hybrid format of online and in-person exhibitions, with an added calendar of in-person events. With the aim to raise awareness of the existing vibrant arts and culture available in Seattle and beyond, SDAF celebrates the re-opening and recovery of our neighborhoods and the resilience of the visual arts community as not a single art gallery has closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Shima Star is a contemporary artist, that produces fine art works using oils, watercolor, acrylic, photography and printmaking.

Her work examines women’s roles and relationships. Star enjoys and encourages discussion around female roles, empowerment and question political stereotypes from a multicultural perspective.

Shima Star was born in London, England and currently live in Washington State.

Seattle Deconstructed Art Fair

Virago Gallery



Charles Peterson Photography

Charles Peterson, born in Longview, WA, is an American photographer well known for his work with the Seattle independent record label Sub Pop and for capturing the then-newly emerging grunge scene in images. Visually, he is known for his trademark full-frame, non-cropped images.



$6 glass pours 5-8pm, 15% off bottles.

BIN 41


Wine tastings have returned! Join us on Art Walk night to try some seasonal favorites.



Sandrina Reyes INDOORS+RECEPTION 5-9pm

Artist Statement

Sandrina Reyes is a mixed-media artist based out of West Seattle.  Originally hailing from Fort Bragg, California, she is inspired by both the outer world of nature, and the inner world of the human mind.  She channels these inspirations into colorful abstract pieces that are thoughtful yet fluid.

Learn more about Sandrina’s work at her website and Instagram.



Daniel Kytonen – In this present moment INDOORS 5-7pm

We are so pleased to announce the re-opening of our Art Gallery to the general public. From August 8th through November 14th ArtsWest presents the exhibition In this present moment.

Selected from a series of “Spirit Gates,” Daniel Kytonen’s abstract paintings on transparent plastic sheets transform the spaces they inhabit and invite visitors to approach in-between spaces – between spirit and substance, like divine passageways.

Meet Daniel! Artist Reception: Sunday August 8th Noon – 3PM. Admission is free, wine and cheese will be

Daniel Kytonen is a visual artist based in Seattle, Washington, with a BFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Washington. His accomplishments include numerous exhibitions, including work shown at South Seattle College, ArtsWest, Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Confluence Gallery, and Emerge Gallery. His solo exhibitions and public work include projects through Shunpike Storefronts, Spaceworks Tacoma, the Spokane Public Library, Spokane Arts Signal Box Projects, and Redmond Lights. In 2017, he was a recipient of the Spokane Arts Grant Award (SAGA). Additionally, Daniel has had work commissioned by Forza Coffee Company, showcased in publications like Ruminate Magazine, and was a recent artist-in-residence through Brehm Cascadia.available.

Learn more about Daniel’s work at his website and Instagram.

Row House

4203 SW Oregon St

Kate Wolf INDOORS + RECEPTION, 5-8pm

Altered Polaroids

I love connections to place and people through art. I stumbled into making altered Polaroid pictures in 1999 in Provincetown, MA. I had a Polaroid 600 and a pair of scissors. I’d snap the shot, cut around the edges of the image, peel off the top layer and interrupt the development. It was as if the picture was transported back in time: the colors remained muted, crackles appeared, and a fiery seal wrapped the border. It was exciting to compose an image but also be able to manipulate it on the spot to accomplish something that really wasn’t within the capabilities of the old Polaroid. Then in 2008, Polaroid folded and stopped making the film. The altered Polaroids literally became sealed in the past. This happened right at the rise of digital filters – which could generate similar effects – and other instant film and cameras which didn’t respond to the guerrilla method with the scissors. It was disappointing, but there was also something poetic about the medium itself becoming something that could not be recreated.

Learn more about Kate’s work at her Instagram.

Snip It’s Haircuts for Kids West Seattle

4506 California Ave SW

Dr. Green and the Garden Kids CANCELLED!

NOTE FROM SNIP IT’S: Dr. Green isn’t feeling well! We will need to cancel tonight’s art walk. So very sorry.

Veggie Kids!

Dr. Green and the Garden Kids. Creator of the Garden Kids Dr. Green will be at Snip Its! Sharing stories of the Garden Kids, Art work, Garden Kids hats and Garden Kid Helpers will be on board.

Learn more about Dr. Green’s work at his Instagram.

Click! Design That Fits

4540 California Ave SW

Ritu Tilwani INDOOR+RECEPTION 11am-7pm

Love Note from Click! We’ve always been fascinated with the intersection between art, science, and the natural world. Ritu Tilwani’s detailed and monochromatic linocut prints embody what we love about this convergence.

Ritu is a new-to-Click! artist whose work we fell in love with on sight. Her collection features striking, minimalistic depictions of marine life, planets, and geographical wonders.

The limited edition pieces include manta rays, orcas, starry skies, mountains, and so much more. They’re perfect for fellow nature lovers and those who are constantly pondering our connection to the universe :).

The full collection is available to view in-store and online. And stop in during West Seattle Art Walk to meet Ritu on 8.12.21 between 4-7p <3!

Learn more about Ritu’s work at her Instagram.

Windermere West Metro Real Estate Hosted by the Realtors

4526 California Ave SW

Christy Kruse INDOOR + RECEPTION 5pm – 8:30pm

Christy’s artwork is an embodiment of her desire to capture life in all its sorrow and joy. By marrying brushwork to photography, her pieces aim to acknowledge the complicated interplay of hardship and hope. As a result, her style is often characterized by a whimsical austerity and a spontaneous dance of texture, color, and light.
The Pacific Northwest continues to be a singular influence on her development as an artist, as does the unpredictable purity of childhood.

Note from Windermere! Christy has graciously agreed to continue her show for an additional month. She is bringing new work, recently displayed at the Bellevue Arts Museum art fair. Please join us for wine and snacks and a beautiful show!

Learn more about Christy’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and website.



Food and Drink Special! $7.00 Art Walk Margarita – Just be sure to mention “The Art Walk Special!”




$5 Cabernet and Chardonnay 3-9pm, on Art Walk night.



$1 off of a beer on Art Walk night.

City Sweats

4755 Fauntleroy Way SW, Suite 170

Amaranta Sandys & Rebecca N. Garcia : BUSINESS HOURS+ART WALK NIGHT 5-8pm

Please note: Artists are unable to attend

Amaranta Sandys is a Mixed Media Artist and Teaching Artist. Her artwork has been inspired by social change, nature, cycles, ancestral rituals.

Originally from Mexico City, she calls Seattle her second home and lives in South Seattle.

Her illustrations depict personal visual narratives through bright colors, bold lines & textures portraying peoples struggles and awareness from indigenous rights, racial social justice, equity, diversity and pure joy. Women are connected to mind and heart. Through her artistic practice, she tries to find balance on creative space, urban life and family time. 

Rebecca N. Garcia is a biracial mom of two teens, a musician, and an artist. She grew up in West Seattle, and currently lives in Renton, WA with her kids, two kitties, and a corn snake named Paprika. 

Her interest in music and art was sparked early on and she began playing on her keyboard and composing in middle school, while in high school, art classes fired a love of sketching and drawing. 

These continued to be her main passions for years, culminating in playing guitar and percussion and singing in local bands, including the Latin Jazz Band- Todo Es, and the Hamilton/Broadway-inspired group- Rise Up.  

Learn more about Amaranta’s work at her Instagram and website.

Learn more about Rebecca’s work at her Etsy Page.

A special note from City Sweats! “Stop by for music, art, and special wellness drinks and tonics for Art Walk! You can tag/find @citysweats on Instagram and @citysweatswestseattle on FB.”

Brookdale West Seattle (Art Walk Partner)

4611 35th Ave SW

Community Wooden Quilt Project WINDOW SHOW

Artists: The Brookdale Residents and Staff

Reception: 3PM – 5PM Wine & Art on the Front Patio!

Brush by Brush

Community Wooden Quilt Project art saves lives and brings community together during some of the darkest hours of the COVID Pandemic. Each quilt block shares a story that is filled with emotions, experiences, happiness, hope satisfaction comfort and love. Please make a reservation with Kristie to view the wooden quilt display. The wooden Quilt project idea was created by Michelle Worcester, Executive Director of Brookdale West Seattle.

A special thanks from Brookdale: Thank You to The West Seattle Art Walk for giving us inspiration, hope and comfort this past year. Art saves lives.

Learn more about life at Brookdale at their Instagram location page.


Brought to you by the Morgan Community Association

Canna West Seattle (Art Walk Partner)

5435 California Ave SW

Jill Feenstra INDOORS+RECEPTION, 6-7pm

Please note: Artist is unable to attend reception.

Jill Feenstra is a local artist who is best known for dreamy portraits and lively depictions of animals. She shows her work regularly at Mutiny Gallery in Greenwood. Jill lives up north a ways, on 5 acres in the county with her husband and 3 cats.

Learn more about Jill’s work at her Instagram and Twitter @jillylefeen.

West Seattle Cellars

6026 California Ave SW

Evan Schoenfeld, INDOORS + RECEPTION, 5PM-7PM

Artist Statement: I was born in Seattle in 1958. By my teens I had acquired some drawing and painting skills through independent study, then neglected visual arts until around 2000. The discovery of alpine scenery in the Cascades had a profound effect. “By Jove,” I said, “Somebody needs to paint these.” Since retiring in 2013 I have spent 40 delightful hours in the atelier a week, completing three oils in an average year. Besides mountain environments, my favorite influences are Leonardo, Vermeer, Odilon Redon. Pet peeves: Global warming.

Please contact Jan at West Seattle Cellars for purchase details.

Viscon Cellars


Debbie Bianchi INDOORS + RECEPTION 6pm-9pm

In this series I have been playing with and exploring the elegance and simple beauty of the magnolia flower. Some Victorian texts state the meaning of the magnolia flower represents the symbols of nobility, perseverance and love of nature. Soft and subtle in color yet strong in appearance, the flower is representative of the beauty encompassing femininity and gentleness.

The flower generally comes in pinks, lavender and whites but I have been exploring the same shapes and planes with bold or just unexpected colors to hint of indulgent daydreams and whimsy. I incorporate my birds to frolic among my fairy tale inspired abstract flora. I include hints to natures indulgences in our natural eco systems and hope to remind my viewers to not take any of natures gifts for granted. Learn more on her website.





You will not want to miss Resolve Chiropractic’s grand opening, which will be the same night as the next Art Walk, Thursday, August 12, 5pm to 9pm. Stop by to see the fantastically magical mermaids of Lady Elliot – she even has a “purrmaid!” – enjoy some gastro cuisine nibbles from Duo Catering, and sweet treats from Macadons in White Center that complement the undersea theme of the artwork. You will also have the chance to meet massage therapist Julene Coblentz of Chrysalis Cove Massage who has been providing therapeutic massage and cranio-sacral therapy in West Seattle for 22 years. She shares space at Resolve Chiropractic in a complementary partnership, for more comprehensive care.

Lady Elliot

Lady Elliot’s artistic style has developed from a mixture of influences from her personal evolution as well as fondness for the life and excitement of the night. When she first began to paint black backgrounds it was because she felt that the blackness has so much more potential and mystery to it than any other colour. White backgrounds always felt like an empty container void of mystery whereas the darkness spoke to her, as if all the vivacious characters hiding in the blackness were inviting her to come and discover them. Lady Elliot has always been a night owl and first began to pair black backgrounds with brightly colored characters and creatures as a means to connect with her child-self who would always insist on staying up late to create and play with bizarrely colored creatures. May we all stay connected with our inner child!

Inclusive Care, Inclusive Artwork

Dr. Stefanie embraces care for every body, providing chiropractic that is personal, compassionate, and effective. She curates her monthly art exhibits to reflect her practice’s inclusivity with body positive imagery, and hosts artists of color, such as Jade Buchanan of White Center in September. She would love to say hello and share more about her background and practice! Come by Resolve Chiropractic on August 12 to help celebrate: 6553 California Ave SW, Suite B, on the corner of California Avenue and Holly, one block south of the Morgan/Fauntleroy Junction.

Mailbox West

6523 California Ave SW


Another chance to see featured 2020’s Q4 artist Glenda Wiebel!

About the Artist

Glenda is a watercolor artist who has lived in West Seattle for over 20 years. She loves the immediacy and fluidity of watercolor. The pieces in this show reflect the variability and flexibility of the watercolor medium on traditional cotton paper.

Floors Plus Northwest, LLC

6959 California Ave SW

Closed for August Art Walk — Check back for September’s artist!

The Building

4316 SW Othello St

Check back later for Open Studio news!

Learn more about host PRDG Architecture + Design at their Instagram and Facebook pages, and website.

GREATER WEST SEATTLE: Gatewood & Arbor Heights

Warren Pope Open Studio Tour

9300 California Ave SW (Residential neighborhood)

Artist in Residence INDOORS + RECEPTION 4pm to 8pm

Join neighbors and art lovers alike to have this intimate view into three-dimensional artist Warren Pope’s creative process. Warren has an extensive career, spanning 50 years of exhibits, and his work is in private collection around the world and throughout the US. Visit his open studio to see canvas sculpture and an assortment of wire sculptures displayed at the artist’s residence in the Fauntleroy neighborhood.

Learn more about Warren’s work at his Instagram, and website.

Brace Point Pottery & Gallery 

4208 SW 100th St

DAYDREAMS Featuring Su Cummings, Bruce Howard, Lynn Davis-Smith INDOOR+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Lynn Davis-Smith is showing her warm and inviting landscapes.  Bruce Howard’s DayDream series fills the west wall and his Bottle Cap Series is featured on the north wall.  Su Cumming’s concrete and fabric canvases stretch the boundary between sculpture and wall art. Plus many pieces of Ceramic Art from Loren Lukens private collection.

Learn more about Lynn’s work at her website.

Learn more about Bruce’s work at his website.

Learn more about Su’s work at her website.

Learn more about Loren Lukens and Brace Point Pottery at his Instagram and Facebook pages and website. Learn more about Diane Venti and Alki Arts at her website.

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