The West Seattle Art Walk is greatly saddened by the passing of Frances Smersh, beloved co-founder of Click! Design That Fits, on September 4, 2021. We dedicate this Art Walk to Frances’ memory. Please join us in sending love and condolences to her husband John Smersh and the entire Click! family. Our tribute post to Frances is here.
Art Walk is this week!! Thursday, September 9, 5pm ’til late. Grab a Walking Map 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 celebrate the return of The Art of Music at two venues, Key Bank Plaza in Alaska Junction and Welcome Road Winery in Admiral (details at link). Come out to spend a lovely evening with friends new and old. Bring your masks, too!
Please note: We will be updating the businesses and their artists as the week goes on. Please check back before Thursday evening!
Join Lora Radford, Executive Director of the WS Junction Association, in an outdoor open discussion with mayoral candidate Bruce Harrell by Key Bank at the All Walk at 4:30 PM. If you have pressing questions or want to get a read on where he stands on issues, please come join them.
Ongoing in September: 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 Warren Pope, showing at his Fauntleroy Artists Open Studio)
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 Flying Apron this month, at Wild Rose’s Home in November and Verity Credit Union in December!
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
Priyanka Parmanand INDOORS+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm ***with live painting during reception!
Bloom Like A Flower
I am a self-taught artist living in Issaquah, WA. While growing up, I frequently captured the world around me in sketches that spanned across various art forms. As a child, Art was something I loved to do in my free time but I never thought it could be anything more than that. I was part of a society where everyone around me was pursuing a career in science, engineering or medicine. I didn’t pursue the callings of my heart and conformed to the path that society had laid out for me. I pursued my Masters in Business Management and worked in the corporate world for few years. Little did I know that I would ultimately pursue my passion as a profession.
In 2008, I moved to the US and met my Art mentor who was an epitome of someone following her heart. She encouraged me to answer my calling and I immersed myself in studying different art forms. This process solidified my liking for abstract form that gave me the freedom to reflect my thoughts and emotions which is not bound by the visual reality.
I carved out a unique abstract style that is bold and vibrant. My art gives hope and is full of exciting colors and textures which represents positive energy and spirit towards life. Today I actively participate in local art exhibitions and love being an art instructor in schools, local art galleries and senior centers.
Priyanka will have her abstract flower art displayed on walls plus bookmarks ($5 for two), cards and prints for sale.
Learn more about Priyanka’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and website.
2210 California Ave SW
Marianne Maksirisombat BUSINESS HOURS ONLY 11am-6pm
Marianne Maksirisombat is showing her two-dimensional and one three-dimensional painting this time, see more of her work at www.missmarianne.com
3278 California Ave SW Suite C
Megan Skinner INDOORS + RECEPTION 2pm – 8pm
Couture Tarot: Color and Magic! Art Show Plus One-Card Mini Tarot Readings!
Seattle artist Megan Skinner will be back at Molly’s Bottle Shop West Seattle presenting her Couture Tarot prints. Each piece features Megan’s unique collage art, re-envisioning the archetypes of the Tarot through the lens of couture fashion. This showing includes 14 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. Each print is signed and available for purchase.
In addition, Megan will be doing one-card mini Tarot readings to help you get in the Tarot mood! Readings are complimentary for all art walkers. You can ask a question and get Megan’s insights as you peruse her artwork and the amazing selection of natural wines at Molly’s
About the Artist
Megan received her first deck of Tarot cards when she was fourteen years old, beginning a life-long adventure into the world of archetypes, symbols and mysticism. Today, Megan is a professional clairvoyant, astrologer and Tarot card reader with an international private practice in spiritual counseling. As an artist and author, her work explores the connection between the cosmos and the contemporary
Learn more about Megan’s work at her Instagram and website.
SOPRANO’S ANTICO PIZZA & PASTA RESTAURANT
2348 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
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.
3278 California Avenue SW
Alex Trapp INDOORS+RECEPTION, 12pm-8pm
Mt. Rainier and the Valley Below
Alex Trapp is an award winning and published Contemporary American Impressionist painter. As a longtime resident of Seattle, WA, Alex spends many of the wet months painting in his studio bringing to life memories of the seasons before. “I use plein air studies I create in the field to remind me of a time and place from the seasons before. I work to bring those feelings back to life in the studio in order to offer the viewer a visual poem.”
During the dry season Alex can be found painting the landscape En Plein Air in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. “I paint anything that I find of interest, but mostly I’m inspired by nature. I appreciate the context of learning from it. The challenges that come with painting En Plein Air are complex, to say the least, but I like that. It’s an endless love of learning.”
As a self-taught artist, Alex looks to the history books, paintings, and writings of impressionist masters like Edgar Payne, Sergei Bongart, and Claude Monet. “I’m influenced by a number of American, Russian, and French Impressionists. My personal intent in landscape painting is to stay true to the harmony of nature as I see it while at the same time, attempting to achieve a visual melody for the viewer to experience through design, light and color.
Learn more about Alex’s work at their Instagram, Facebook and website.
Learn more about WEND Jewelry at their website.
Welcome Road Winery
5910 California Ave SW Ste B
ART OF MUSIC – ADMIRAL LOCATION
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.
LUNA PARK CAFE
2918 SW AVALON WAY
$1 off our famous milkshakes on Art Walk night!
Brought to you by the West Seattle Junction Association
Sierra Severson INDOORS + Artist 5pm-9pm
“I am endlessly inspired by nature, change, and perception. As an artist, I want my pieces to transport people to beautiful places in their own mind. I believe that each part of the process of creating and viewing art is deeply therapeutic. Never being a particularly organized or neat person, I have found the greatest satisfaction from collage and acrylic painting. Each are very forgiving and effectively allow me to translate my inner life onto the physical.”
Learn more about Sierra’s work on Instagram! Follow @dollparts on Instagram.
4130 California Ave SW
Group Show INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm til late
Come meet new Fogue Gallery artists as well as Fogue favorites!
Our September guest artist Reeve Washburn is a native Manhattanite, fantastic coordinator of the @wsartwalk, and an emerging fine artist out of a career in graphics and brand design.
“I like structure. I’m good with order and great with routines. It grounds me and is calming. When I started painting, it was scary to be loose and free with my technique, even though I wanted to be in that visual space. The more I explore, the more I understand the duality of my expression, and embrace the contrasts. I’m learning that structure can hold us up, versus hold us in.” – Reeve Washburn
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!
- CAROL ROSS
- CAROLYN AUTENRIETH
- JULIAN DEPUMA
- KAREN DEDRICKSON
- KATHLEEN DEMOSTHENES
- KIMBERLY LEO
- LEONARDO LANZOLLA
- LEZLIE JANE
- LINDA FOSTER
- LORI VONDERHORST
- MICHELE HARPS
- PATTI CURTIS
- RUBY LINDNER
- SCOTT GIBSON
- TOM COSTANTINI
- VICKY ZOMENOU
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!
SEATTLE FISH COMPANY
4435 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
$5.00 House red & white, $1 off on-tap beers, 5pm to close.
STARCYCLE (NEW ART WALK BUSINESS!)
4532 42nd Ave SW Suite 103
Finn Liddell INDOORS+RECEPTION 5-8pm
Gravity and Fire: Acrylic Pour Paintings
Finn Liddell is an interdisciplinary artist and high school student living in West Seattle. Finn’s most recent work is an exploration of acrylic pour painting, which produces pools of color and marble-like patterns that he sometimes influences with a small blow torch. In this work, Finn is interested in developing organic shapes and unexpected palettes that command attention. In addition to painting, Finn is an experienced photographer and musician.
Learn more about Finn’s work at their Instagram.
Shout out from StarCycle! “This is our first time and the artist’s first time participating in the Art Walk!
4458 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
$1 off glass of wine on Art Walk night!
Mystery Made Co.
4312 SW Oregon Street
Thomas Dupere INDOOR + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
Please note: Artist is not able to attend.
Thomas Dupere was born and raised in New England. He is a self-taught artist working in a variety of mediums and materials. A life-long skateboarder and a concrete skatepark builder by trade, he draws inspiration from the sculptural elements of building and riding these functional pieces of art.
Dupere’s endless travels and wandering has informed his perception and concept of creating art; imperfect perfection, a wabi sabi style. Allowing the process to dictate the outcome, his work is about the journey, as much as the destination.
Learn more about Thomas’ work at his Instagram.
Verity Credit Union (Art Walk Partner)
4505 California Ave SW
Bjoern T. M. Larsen INDOORS+RECEPTION 5:30pm-8pm
Born and raised in Copenhagen city (Denmark) where I have done some local exhibits at “Kulturhuse” as a young Artist and later on in 2012. I studied graphic design specialized in Classic Arts in Venice (Italy) were I have made small local exhibits (Biennale, Mestre city hall), in Bologna (Cassero, SalaBorsa), Padua (Altinante) and other small venues around Italy. I move to San Francisco in 2014 whjere I have done local exhibits as well as in Seattle where I currently reside. Acrylics on Canvas is my media with 3 styles, human dreams, Peeled panels (my signature style that is all about geometry combined with natural movement giving a feeling of peeled panels) and Black & White illusionistic patterns. I won the 30th Annual Shoreline Arts Festival Juried Art Award “1st Place” multiple pieces exhibited, part of the “Celebration of Art 2020 – an all media show” exhibit at Marin Society of Artists (CA), part of the “2020 POLITICAL DISCORD exhibition” exhibit at Las Laguna Gallery (CA), part of the “Humanity” exhibit at Cultural Center of Cape Code (MA) and for the exhibit “Politically Charged” at Blue Line Arts (CA) and part of the “ART IN THE TIME OF CORONA™ | A Global Art Project” exhibit at Dab Art Co. (CA). I have different interviews and publications on several Art groups like “Circle Arts” being the more substantial one.
Learn more about Bjoern’s work at his Instagram, Facebook and website.
4525 California Ave SW
EVAN HILSENBERG-RILEY INDOORS, 5pm til late
Cusp of Autumn
Please note: The artist is not able to attend.
Evan was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. She grew up in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle, Washington.
She studied advertising and fine art at Washington State University in (glorious) Pullman, Washington prior to returning to Seattle. The rolling hills of the Palouse are a reoccurring subject of her paintings. Studying natural forms, and the way color and shadows shift throughout the day, inform both her technique and palette selection.
Evan aims to explore methods of translating the rejuvenating impact of nature and expansive skylines onto canvas. Sun-dappled trails and undulating clouds reflect the transition of seasons in Washington State.
Learn more about Evan’s work at her Instagram and website.
Wild Roses New & Vintage for Your Home
4529 California Av SW
Brooke Borcherding INDOORS+RECEPTION 5pm-8:30pm
This is an exclusively floral show of Brooke’s bold botanical works! Color and expression not to be missed!
Learn more about Brooke’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and website.
4531 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Patrick Robinson INDOORS+RECEPTION 5-8pm
Iconic West Seattle Photo Journalist!
Patrick Robinson is a photographer and writer from West Seattle. He’s also a journalist, songwriter, advertising and marketing man who grew up in the newspaper business. His family bought the West Seattle Herald in 1974 and since it was his family business he has done every job there is to do from cleaning up ink at the press to his job today reporting for the site WestsideSeattle.com. He started taking photos at age 12 and went on to win multiple awards for his work. He took a break for about 17 years, running a computer graphics company where he won two Emmy Awards, later working in Hollywood and doing creative work for clients, creating everything from radio and television commercials to billboard, bus cards and brochures. He got back into photography at his wife Kim’s urging when digital photography was beginning to get more serious. He will have roughly 45 prints on display for Artwalk with another 70 or so being shown in a video slide show.You can see his work on his own site at www.patrickrobinson.net
4537 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Closed this month — check back for October!
EASY STREET RECORDS
4559 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
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.
DARBY WINERY TASTING ROOM
4306 SW ALASKA STREET
$6 glass pours 5-8pm, 15% off bottles.
4707 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Wine tastings have returned! Join us on Art Walk night to try some seasonal favorites.
4709 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Jacquie Stock BUSINESS HOURS ONLY 9am-6pm
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.
Jacquie will be at at Wild Rose’s Home in November and Verity Credit Union in December. To purchase, see her Venmo @JacquieStock, or reach out to her email: firstname.lastname@example.org
4711 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
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.
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.
4203 SW Oregon St
Claire Parrish Edwards INDOORS + RECEPTION, 5-8pm
Claire is a plant lover, dog mother, sweatshirt loving, yogi, and artist. Claire believes in the power of expression through creativity, no matter the outcome. During her time at university, Claire studied art and the way it affects the psych. Some of Claires long term goals include working as an artist full time, opening a storefront, and continuing to grow and learn in her process.
Each and every painting and product that Claire has to offer is handmade and crafted with you in mind. Claire uses many different materials to create a sense of depth and texture within a painting such as acrylic paint, oil paint, oil pastels, pencil, pen, ink, and many more. Claire’s believes in the practice of intuition and movement which usually means messy.
Learn more about Claire’s work at her Instagram.
Snip It’s Haircuts for Kids West Seattle
4506 California Ave SW
GiGi Moore INDOOR+RECEPTION 5-8pm
My name is GiGi Moore, An Artiste based out of Seattle, Washington. I enjoy creating customized creations, showcasing my work in small local cafes, and being an art instructor!
I will be live painting!
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 GiGi’s work at her Facebook and website.
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 9.9.21 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
Linda McClamrock INDOOR + RECEPTION 5:30pm – 8pm
About the Artist
Linda is a collage/mixed media artist, using primarily upcycled printed papers. She also incorporates vintage music, old books, discarded sewing patterns, and whatever else she finds.
Linda does not have a traditional art background, discovering her talent for collage only in her 50’s. She started making collages on a whim one summer and found she could not stop. Her technique is unusual, as she does not draw. She sees the piece in her head and starts looking for the right colors/textures to bring her creation to life. Then she picks up her trusty scissors and starts cutting!
Learn more about Linda’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and website.
4545 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Food and Drink Special! $7.00 Art Walk Margarita – Just be sure to mention “The Art Walk Special!”
4718 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
$5 Cabernet and Chardonnay 3-9pm, on Art Walk night.
ELLIOTT BAY BREWING CO.
4720 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
$1 off of a beer on Art Walk night.
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
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
Kel Denke INDOORS+RECEPTION, 6-7pm
I was born with a messy mind, and most of my life, I have sought to make sense of all the chatter upstairs. I have long-been a lazy, and uptight, dabbler in Buddhism, and sometime in the ’90’s, I accidentally drew a one-line, meditating—if not for the soft form— stick figure. The simple, swoopy lines were soothing to draw, and my rotund bodhisattva has stayed with me through the years, hiding in a dorm room deep in my my brain.
Recently, I was feeling creatively stagnant with both camera and pen, so I picked up a sketch book and a pencil. Once again, my simple, round friend appeared on the paper, and I invited her to stay. I doodled her over and over again, and began to build stream-of-consciousness worlds around her.
The original doodles have expanded into these worlds, and the miniature moments on these canvases are what happens when I let go of all judgment. In these moments, I am judging nothing. I have come to trust myself, and am experiencing an unprecedented freedom in this mixed-media process.
Thank you for your interest, and welcome to my messy mind.
22nd August, 2021
Learn more about Kal’s work at their Instagram, Facebook and website.
West Seattle Cellars
6026 California Ave SW
Evan Schoenfeld, INDOORS + RECEPTION, 5PM-7PM
Please note: Artist is not able to attend.
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.
5910 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Debbie Bianchi INDOORS + RECEPTION 6pm-9pm
Last month to see Debbie’s beautiful work at Viscon Cellars!
Debbie Bianchi is a Seattle based painter who has been working with acrylics doing floral abstracts. Debbie has chosen to focus on magnolia flowers and birds this season. To her magnolia blossoms are representative of feminine strength, perseverance and beauty. Birds symbolize freedom of motion, thought and spirit.
Learn more about Debbie’s work at her website.
6553 CALIFORNIA AVE SW, SUITE B
Jaehd Buchanan INDOORS+RECEPTION 5-8pm
My name is Jaehd (Jade). I am a 24 year old artist from Seattle, WA. Creating has always been my passion. Over the years I have been working hard to perfect my craft; and I hope you can see that with all my work! I appreciate everyone who has inspired me to pursue my passion and all who are new to my work, I wouldn’t be here without any of you. I have come extremely far in this journey and I am grateful for all that has come and all that will come.
But who am I really? I am a heart on the sleeve, knowledge hungry Gemini; that loves anime and video games. I enjoy most genres of music and learning about crystals, plants, astrology, numerology, and tarot. A couple life goals for me are to learn to speak Japanese and travel the world. I am a proud plant and cat mama. I hope to have a plant filled home and eventually expand my garden and grow many veggies and fruits. I am someone who loves to try a bit of everything! Switching things up is something that’s pretty important to keep my ever-evolving Gemini soul at rest. I am very multi-faceted and love to create so many different things and work with different mediums.
Welcome to my creative journey, hope you stick around and see what goes down! ^-^
Learn more about Jaehd’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and website.
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. She would love to say hello and share more about her background and practice!
6523 California Ave SW
Glenda Wiebel BUSINESS HOURS ONLY
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!
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 5pm to 8pm
Showing most recent work including new 3 dimensional canvas sculpture floral in progress and new wire sculpture commission.
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
C.A. Pierce Artist Clearance Sale! INDOOR+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
Dear friends and art fans,
We are hosting a ‘Studio Clearance Show’ for talented local artist C.A. Pierce at Brace Point Pottery during September. Because of its quiet, sophisticated elegance, C.A.’s art has been a favorite for discerning art collectors over the years. We have never offered her artwork at a discount before, but the artist wants to clean out her studio; So this is a rare opportunity for all of us!
Brace Point Pottery is open Every Saturday from 10am-5pm and by appointment. The ‘Opening Reception’ to meet the artist is Saturday Sept 4th from 3-5pm. Please join us! This is an opportunity that you won’t want to miss!
Learn more about C.A.’s work at her Instagram and 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.