August Art Walk

Join us during the lingering dog days of summer to enjoy art work by local visual and musical artists. Make sure to drop by our wonderful sponsoring eateries for a cool drink to slake the thirst as you stroll the participating venues. The Art Walk this month will be on Thursday, August 11th, from 5-8pm (check venues for specific times).

Art will be on display at 50 participating businesses and you can enjoy a wide variety of “Art Walk Specials” at 15 bars, restaurants and cafes (Check out our Facebook post for more info). So grab a Walking Map at any of the participating businesses below to plan your route!

[This post’s hero artwork by Debbie Bianchi, showing at COMPASS in the Alaska Junction.]


Additionally This Month: The Art of Music!

Enjoy the Nathan and Roz Duo at KeyBank plaza. These life long musical performers feature original music and timeless sing-along covers that span decades and make you smile. Let them treat you to a musical getaway across the US, the Caribbean and South America. Feel the Heart! Hear the Soul!

Come swing to the music of the Epiphany of Time group @ Antico Soprano’s Pizza & Pasta Restaurant.  These local West Seattle musicians bring you pop-modern blues, dreamy originals, and funky tunes. Experience the brilliance of Epiphany of Time, achieved through a dedication to the art. Come ready to jive and dance with the band!

Each musician will be performing family-friendly content for 90 minutes at their Art of Music event, from 6:00 pm to 7:45 pm, with one 15-minute break at the midway point.

Art of Music is back with a series of free musical performances to enhance our much-loved Second Thursday Art Walk Evenings thanks to the dedicated coordination and planning of volunteer John Redenbaugh. See post below at Welcome Road Winery and Key Bank (SEE POST HERE: ) for more information about performances in the Alaska Junction and the Admiral Junction/greater Admiral neighborhood.

Partial funding by: Seattle Office of Arts & Culture for performances in the Alaska Junction.

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Special thanks go to the Admiral Neighborhood Association as a Supporting Sponsor for a donation to help underwrite The Art of Music events in the Admiral neighborhood.


Please note: We will be updating the businesses and their artists as the week goes on. Please check back before August 11, Second Thursday evening!

Can’t Join on August 11? Our photography team will be covering some of the receptions and will post photos and a recap in a post Friday, August 12, on our Facebook account. Check out the social accounts of your favorite exhibiting business – they may post photos or video, 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.

Walking Map for August 11 Art Walk!

Featured Q3 Artist! Congratulations to our third quarter featured artist Melissa Misoda of @misodaglass! The West Seattle Arts Council loved the sultry summer hues of her gorgeous ‘Earthscape Series’ trio of vessels. You can see (and purchase) her work during the months of August and September at CAPERS Home during business hours and Second Thursdays!


Brought to you by the West Seattle Junction Association

Lake Washington Physical Therapy

2141 California Ave SW

Stay tuned for more details about Lake Washington PT’s once-a-quarter Art Walk Reception, August 11, 7-8pm



Food & Drink Special! $1 off our famous milkshakes on Art Walk night!

Lily’s Salvadoran Restaurant

2940 SW Avalon Way

Food & drink specials during the Art Walk include $2 off any liquor/beverage or a free empanada dessert with purchase and is available 5-8pm.

Izaya Colson INDOORS SHOW + RECEPTION 5pm – 8pm

The West Seattle Art Walk is excited to introduce and welcome our new member to the Art Walk and the West Seattle community; Lily’s Salvadoran Restaurant on Avalon Way! Visit them not just for their wonderful cuisine but to see their large wall mural depicting the city of Guazapa where the owner, Lily, grew up. Below is the description of the art murals:

Learn more about Lily’s Salvadorean Restaurant at their Instagram and Facebook pages.


Brought to you by the Admiral Neighborhood Association

Pizzeria 22

4213 SW College Street

Linda Kemp Scheiber INDOORS 4pm-9pm

Still Life with Meadow Lark Lemon

Linda Kemp Scheiber is a native NW artist that has been showing her pastel and oil paintings in the Puget Sound region since the 1990’s. A graduate of Seattle’s Burnley School of Art she worked professionally as a graphic designer. She studied with Ron Lukas and Henry Stinson. Her works have been shown in galleries and restaurants her in Seattle and The Gallery of Great Things and Up Country in Hawaii. She is also my mother which makes her the greatest artist in the history of Pizzeria 22 gallery…

West Seattle Grounds

2141 California Ave SW

Christine Siebels-Lindquist INDOORS+RECEPTION 5:30pm-8:00pm

I am a biology graduate working in the field of mental health. My life never feels complete unless I am creating. This series is a product of my recent fascination with abstract forms, my way of pouring a busy brain out onto paper. I keep returning to interplay between geometric & organic patterns, asymmetry & symmetry, and use bold colors throughout my work. -Christine 

Learn more about Christine’s work on her Instagram.

Zelda Zonk

2210 California Ave SW

Elena Naskova INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 12pm-5pm

Creativity shows us the way to love and acceptance and gives us the freedom to be ourselves. Elena immigrated to America from Macedonia when she was 25.  She has lived in West Seattle since 2004.  She’s a mother to two college students, and she likes to write plays when she isn’t painting. She uses watercolor, acrylic, and oil to emulate the inside and the outside world, so she can understand, admire and connect. She likes to explore styles, ideas and techniques.  Her inspiration can be anything and everything real. or imagined.  Her artwork has been exhibited in Macedonia, USA, Qatar, UAE, Canada, England and Germany. 

Learn more about Elena’s work at her Instagram.

Pizzeria 22

4213 SW College St

Art Exhibit + Art Walk Special! Free Happy Hour size pizza with purchase of any appetizer or pizza.



Art of Music during August Art Walk

Come swing to the music of the Epiphany of Time group @ Antico Soprano’s Pizza & Pasta Restaurant.  These local West Seattle musicians bring you pop-modern blues, dreamy originals, and funky tunes. Experience the brilliance of Epiphany of Time, achieved through a dedication to the art. Come ready to jive and dance with the band!

Food and Drink Specials!

Please mention “The Art Walk” and ask your server about the rotating Art Walk Specials!

Otter on the Rocks

4210 SW Admiral Way

Art Walk Special: $2 off specialty cocktails on Art Walk night

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Seattle Dive Tours

4217 SW Admiral Way

Madison Churchill INDOORS AND RECEPTION 5pm – 8pm

Madison Churchill is an artist from Seattle, Washington. She is inspired by the ocean and its
inhabitants. A writer, hiker, diver, and painter, she loves using art as a tool to celebrate the sea and
the natural world. She frequently uses black ink to do precise linework, but also enjoys painting with oil and watercolor and experimenting with black backgrounds. She can often be found tip-toeing through tidepools, searching for orcas, or freediving through kelp forests in the Salish Sea.

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

The Good Society Brewery and Public House (PARTNER)

2701 California Ave SW, Unit A

Brigitte Halpin INDOORS SHOW AND RECEPTION 3pm-10pm

Artist is unable to attend reception

A pediatric nurse by day, Brigitte trades in syringes and needles for paint and resin to create abstract fluid art in her spare time. Brigitte uses her art as a type of therapy, channeling life’s energies and experiences into vivid colors and soft shapes. Brigitte invites her audience to use their imagination when viewing her art, welcoming all interpretations of her pieces. Her hope is to brighten your space, lift your mood and evoke inspiration!

Learn more about Brigitte’s work at her Instagram.

Molly’s Bottle Shop

3278 California Ave SW Suite C

Nicholas Holzer INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm – 8pm

North Dakota native Nicholas Holzer moved to Seattle in 2019 to pursue art and architecture. Inspired by the artistic talent and entrepreneurial spirit of his grandparents, Nicholas first began selling art in college for beer money. This hobby quickly turned into a serious pursuit as he continued developing his artistic voice. Since arriving in Seattle, he’s been developing a style that incorporates his varied influences and a desire to subvert artistic rules of composition and scale. This pursuit resulted in his most recent series titled, “concepts?”. In an attempt to eliminate or sometimes heighten negative space, Nicholas pairs large swathes of color and texture with elements of fine tooth realism. This style, accompanied by a keen focus on American nostalgia, highlights the exuberance of the community and the loneliness of the individual.
Come and Enjoy.

Learn more about Nicholas’s work at his Instagram.

Inkberry Tattoo

3278B California Avenue SW


Anna Hooser paints Imperfect Portraits, enjoying the play between lines and colors and what it means to close your eyes and pray or breath or just take a moment to slow down.

Learn more about Anna’s work on her Instagram and Website.

WEND Jewelry

3278 California Avenue SW

August Art Walk throughout West Seattle is upon us! Beautiful cyanotypes from Michelle Smith-Lewis adorn the gallery wall We’ll also have a clothing pop-up by Mary Beth of Cabi Clothing. See you Thursday August 11th at WEND. Check out our Facebook for further info.

Michelle Smith-Lewis INDOORS+RECEPTION, 12pm-8pm

There is Chaos in the Garden

Michelle is a Seattle based photographer who specializes in creative portraiture. She created eight new nature inspired pieces for WEND using the ancient art of cyanotype with deep indigo hues. “There is Chaos in the Garden” is an exploration of the artist’s thoughts, womanhood, childhood memories, gardening, and photography.

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

Don’t miss fashion stylist Mary Beth Logsdon from Cabi Clothing at our pop-up show for the evening. Learn more about Cabi’s clothing line at their website Cabi Clothing.

Follow WEND space’s art conversation at their Instagram page.

Learn more about WEND Jewelry at their jewelry-specific Instagram and 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


Brought to you by the West Seattle Junction Association

Doll Parts Collective

4448 California Ave SW

Stephanie Norris INDOORS SHOW AND RECEPTION 5pm- 8pm

West Seattle native Stephanie Norris creates jewelry inspired by her love of the Pacific Northwest and her passion for vintage. Her pieces often include found objects such as beach glass, sea stones, vintage coins, or antique buttons. Working in sterling silver, she hand forges and fabricates in her little studio.

Learn more about Stephanie’s work on her Instagram.

Follow @dollparts on their Instagram.

4130 California Ave SW

Fogue Gallery has closed its brick and mortar storefront but is open 24/7 online at their website! Follow them on Instagram or Facebook to learn about upcoming events and pop-ups in our community.

Learn more about Fogue Gallery work at their Facebook, Instagram , webpage or youtube video. Read more about owner Patti Curtis’ return home to West Seattle and the history of Fogue in our Business Spotlight on Fogue Gallery!

Hotwire Coffee

4410 California Ave SW

Bryn Templeton INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Hello, I’m Bryn! I’m a multi media and collage artist from Seattle. Anther Works centers around identity, the self, and the connections people have to different places as they move through life. I love working with vintage ephemera, text and paint to explore these concepts. Come follow me and my art on social media @antherworks ! 

Learn more about Bryn’s work on her Instagram.


4413 42ND AVE S

Lars Gesing INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

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

Mystery Made

4312 SW Oregon St

Tie Dye Tee Show INDOORS SHOW + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Get there early and you can create your own 1 of a kind Tie Dye Tee Shirt from your friends at Mystery Made. 60’s /70’s inspired summer vibes. Woodstock-inspired music playing all night. See you there. Tees are available for purchase at event – let loose have fun design your own custom Mystery Made Tee to take home that night!  Kids Sizes – Adults sizes will be available. Bring the family out.

Learn more about Mystery Made’s venue at their Instagram and Website.

John L. Scott

4445 California Ave SW

Bryon Stewart INDOORS SHOW + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Learn more about Bryon’s work at his Website.



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



$1 off glass of wine on Art Walk night!


4502 California Ave SW


John’s palette is whatever is close by. The subjects are skateboarding tigers, tofu, disaffected cafe dwellers, the chilly masses at the market, houseplants etc. Like life, his art can be ridiculous, melancholy, psychedelic, whimsical and repetitive… And fraught with themes of prescriptions to be picked up, playdates to schedule, therapists to meet.  Take a look around, you’ll get it. He also loves hanging out with his wife and two kids and making pizza.

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

Verity Credit Union (Art Walk Partner)

4505 California Ave SW

Julija Naskova INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Buddhist Temple

For this exhibit, I will transform the Verity office into a spiritual place with photographic details from Buddhist temples across Asia, from Sandakan in Borneo to Macao in China. These photos were taken from 2015 till 2017 while I was living and traveling in the area.

To learn more about Julija’s work visit her Instagram and Facebook.

The Beer Junction

4525 California Ave SW

Artemis Fernweh INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-9:30pm

Artemis Fernweh is a transman living in West Seattle. He was born 1993 in Tacoma, WA. Artemis grew up constantly making art and took inspiration from the world around him. Artemis graduated from the Evergreen State College with a dual Bachelor’s in Environmental Science and Fine Arts. He has worn many hats from wildland firefighter to professional driver and is happy to currently be working as a barista, dog walker, and domestic and exotic pet sitter. He is looking forward to getting to add professional artist to the list

Learn more about Artemis’s work at his Instagram, Website and Facebook.

Capers Home

4511 California Ave SW

Melissa Misoda, Evan Hilsenberg-Riley, Vanessa Lanza and Ursula Brookbank. INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-til late.

So much great art at Capers this month!

Melissa Misoda and Evan Hilsenberg-Riley will both be at CAPERS during art walk.  Please come, enjoy beauty, and lovely conversation with these two talented women.

Featured Q3 Art Walk Artist, Melissa Misoda, Misoda Glass

• Grouping of small coastal paintings by Evan Hilsenberg-Riley. Learn more about Evan’s work at her Instagram.

• Prints by Vanessa Lanza. Learn more about Vanessa’s work at her Instagram.

• Multi media art by Ursula Brookbank. Learn more about Ursulas’s work at her Instagram.

Melissa Misoda, Misoda Glass, INDOORS SHOW + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Melissa Misoda’s ‘Earthscape’ series was created out of response to quarantine. Longing to get out and experience what is often taken for granted – from mountains to beaches to fields of flowers – these vessels are designed to brighten and bring all the colors of the world into your home. Her ‘Organic Color Fade’ Vessels truly capture the liquid nature of molten glass! They are a fantastic blend of transparent colors and surface texture. The technique used to create these produces wonderfully organic shapes, bubbles, and textures on the surface that can not be reproduced! They are truly one of a kind!

Learn more about Melissa’s work on her website, Instagram and Facebook. See more details about Capers at their website.

Wild Roses New & Vintage for Your Home

4529 California Av SW

Wild Roses will not be open for the August Art Walk. Please check back in September!

T. Frick is a self-taught artist and female entrepreneur. She is a licensed Landscape Architect with a Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Art has always been a key part of T’s life, even as a young child. But it was her training in the architectural field that advanced her drafting, sketching, and painting style.
Growing up, T. could be found wandering the backwoods with one of her resident pups or when indoors, she occupied her time with drawing, painting, or other creative hobbies. Her love of nature and the outdoors led to a career in design. When not working, you’ll typically find her creating — colors, shapes, textures, and movement creatively come to mind, manifesting into abstract, typically landscape or floral visions.
T. will tell you she dreams in trees. They just seem to end up on the canvas! No painting is ever planned. She begins with freedom of expression and movement, mark-making with no preset destination. After multiple sessions, a painting will eventually begin to reveal itself and navigate towards its intended vision. T. is currently working in oil and cold wax, acrylic, and mixed media in an abstract, expressive style. Her paintings are typically smaller in size with larger works on the horizon. Commissions at any scale are available upon request. Check out T’s website and join her on an artistic journey through her diverse array of artwork!

Learn more about T.Frick’s work on her Instagram and website.



Debbie Bianchi INDOORS+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

I love painting flowers and birds, many of my paintings contain cherry blossoms and or magnolia blossoms. It took me a while to realize how much I love 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 strength, 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 that remind me of whimsical daydreams. Of course I have included my beloved birds, by painting them I am trying to share their freedom of motion and beautiful magic with my viewers. This body of work has been created to inspire an appreciation of natures indulgences in our natural eco systems and I hope to remind all of us to not take any of these gifts of nature for granted. Love your planet. My art has been published in many magazines and art books in addition to have many shows throughout the Pacific Northwest and I have participated in the New York Art Expo. I am honored to say my art has been included in several European private collections.

Learn more about Debbie’s work on her website.

Discovery Shop


Sonya Rupnick INDOORS+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Framed original art, and prints and cards. I have been interested in the natural world my whole life, and I find joy in seeing the tiny details in living things. As a child, I enjoyed books and the outdoors, and was influenced by the words and illustrations in stories like Watership Down, Charlotte’s Web, and The Wind in the Willows. My paintings are little stories from a world where animals live a cozy, rural life, but one which is also sometimes unexpected and surprising.

Learn more about Sonya’s work at her Instagram.



Art Walk Special: $6 glass pours 5-8pm, 15% off bottles.



Summer Sale!!! All T. Frick Art on display at bin 4I wine will be on sale at 25% off during Art Walk! Swing and grab something to brighten up your home!

T. Frick McNamara INDOORS+RECEPTION 5-8pm

During Art Walk, bin 41 wine has a wine tasting available by reservation! Email us to schedule a tasting appointment. Available times are every half hour from 5-7 pm (note, we are open an hour later for art walk). Tasting fee is $15 per person ($10 on a purchase of $30 or more).


T. Frick Art – paintings
T. Frick is a self-taught artist and female entrepreneur. She is a licensed Landscape Architect with a Bachelor’s of Science from the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Art has always been a key part of T’s life, even as a young child. But it was her training in the architectural field that advanced her drafting, sketching, and painting style. Growing up, T. could be found wandering the backwoods with one of her resident pups or when indoors, she occupied her time with drawing, painting, or other creative hobbies. Her love of nature and the outdoors led to a career in design. When not working, you’ll typically find her creating — colors, shapes, textures, and movement creatively come to mind, manifesting into abstract, typically landscape, visions. T. will tell you she dreams in trees. No painting is ever planned. She begins with freedom of expression and movement, marking making with no preset destination. Sessions in, a painting will begin to reveal itself and navigate towards its intended vision. T. is currently working in oil and cold wax, acrylic, and mixed media in an abstract, expressive style. Her paintings are typically smaller in size with larger works on the horizon. Commissions at any scale are available upon request. Check out T’s website and join her on an artistic journey through her diverse array of artwork!

Learn more about T. Frick’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and website.



Matthew D Hoover ARTIST OPEN STUDIO 5pm-8pm

Matthew D. Hoover first emerged in the 1980’s as a photographer earning recognition through showings such as NW International Exhibition of Photography, Exposure Gallery of Photography, the Bellevue Art Fair and the Bellevue Art Museum.  A series of 40 paintings were created during this period with all ending up in private collections.  There was also a small set of note cards once distributed locally. Photography was the primary creative mainstay until 2018 when more time could be dedicated towards painting once again.  A small set of acrylic paintings were created during the Covid shutdown of 2020 although oils are the medium of choice.  Subject matter is heavily influenced as a Pacific Northwest native with travels through Italy & France.  Landscapes are formed through a distinctive pointillism style creating textured layers with rich colors. With a multitude of layered oils, it is not uncommon for a single piece to take months to complete with beautiful scenery through a potpourri of color.  This very refreshing impressionistic work is worthy of gallery, business or home environments.  See a full portfolio and bio at //

A big supporter of local small businesses and charitable causes, Matthew D. Hoover will occasionally offer art donations to charitable events for fund raising purposes. 

Learn more about Matthew’s work on his Instagram and Website .



Art of Music during August Art Walk

Enjoy the Nathan and Roz Duo at KeyBank plaza. These life long musical performers feature original music and timeless sing-along covers that span decades and make you smile. Let them treat you to a musical getaway across the US, the Caribbean and South America. Feel the Heart! Hear the Soul!

Art of Music hours of Performance: 6PM – 7:45PM with a small break midway



Barry Johnson INDOORS 4pm-7pm. Business hour display only.

Sumthin’ Sumthin’

Seattle-based artist Barry Johnson works explore a deep investment in his cultural heritage. His work was created to combat the overarching absence and erasure of Black figures throughout time. Noting how canonical Western history has obscured and annulled Black history, Johnson’s work echoes this deletion only to reclaim that very same space. Johnson’s portraiture series displays a unique range of techniques. Elements of collage, stoic faces and partially obstructed figures are emblazoned by bold strokes, shapes, and colors that imbue each of his characters with zeal and strength. The duality between the sober expressions of the figures and the vivacity of the canvases is the artist’s pointed reminder to the audience that the contributions of artists of color are vast and yet rarely acknowledged. Johnson addresses this inequality and he and his figures alike demand better. As tangible, personal investments to right a flawed narrative, each of the works presented evoke their own energetic tenor and comment on the mental trauma in dealing with the effects of an ever intolerant and racist society. Johnson has received the Edwin T. Pratt Award, smART Ventures award, GAP Award, and was a finalist for the Conductive Garboil Grant, Neddy Award and Seattle Art Museum’s Betty Bowen Award. Johnson’s work has been shown and collected throughout the nation. He’s also created multiple permanent artworks regionally, including an immersive mural for Facebook’s Bellevue Office during his Open Arts Residency with them and a large-scale permanent fabrication and sculpture for the Midtown development in Seattle, WA.

Learn more about Barry’s work at his Website .

Learn more about Artswest exhibit of Barry’s work at their Website.

Row House

4203 SW Oregon St


Emily Paris is a photographer based in West Seattle. She has been behind the camera all her life, and she has been working professionally as a photographer for nearly a year. As an artist, she likes to focus on abstract botanicals, stunning landscapes, and capturing moments of queer joy, working with both digital and film photography. She is also available to hire for portraits, boudoir, and small weddings. For this show, she has several black and white botanical photos that showcase the light, texture, and shapes of the natural world around us. Some are prints of digital photos, while some were printed by hand in a darkroom. She also has a photo zine she recently released that explores the complicated emotions around the pandemic through the use of a toy film camera.

Learn more about Emily’s work at her Instagram and Website.

Ellen Zrimsek

My works in oil+cold wax on birch cradled panels are inspired by my passion for reef diving.  They are colorful, filled with movement, texture  and light.
 I will be donating 25% of proceeds to the Ocean Conservency. 

Learn more about Ellen’s work at her Facebook.



Food & Drink Special!

10% off during Art Walk until closing.

Click! Design That Fits

4540 California Ave SW

Click! Alumni Group Show INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Learn more about Click’s Alumni Group Show here.

Windermere West Metro Real Estate, brought to you by brokers Shari Kruse and Sally Hardwick

4526 California Ave SW

Christy Kruse INDOOR SHOW+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Christy Kruse is an artist originally from Seattle, WA. She always loved drawing and photography from a young age. She studied fine arts at the University of South Australia, the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, and the University of Washington where she completed the Scientific Illustration Program. Her photography has been published in Black & White Magazine. Christy has displayed her work at the Burke Museum in Seattle, WA  and received a second place award on the DP Challenge for “Night Snow Ferry”. She most recently participated in the Bellevue Art Museum Art Fair, the largest award-winning arts & crafts festival in the Northwest.

From the artist: The materials I work with are paper, glue, gold leaf, gel medium, my printer, and film or digital photographs (some I manipulate, some I do not); some I have taken recently and some long, long ago. Using the medium of a piece of paper and the multi-step layering process of painting gold leaf, I find myself with boundaries, structure and depth, allowing me to complete the next flash of inspiration along my journey.

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

Jet City Labs

4546 1/2 California Ave SW (Enter in alley behind The Campbell building, 2nd floor)

Artist Pop Up Event! Chas Redmond, Tim’s Terrariums and The Clay Cauldron INDOOR SHOW and RECEPTION 5pm-8pm.

Join us for the monthly edition of the collaboration between Clay Cauldron & Jet City Labs. A pop-up shop featuring creations from multiple artists in our new creative & event space in Alaska junction (above Matador). Wine and snacks are provided by Jet City Laboratory. This event happens during the monthly West Seattle Art Walk (2nd Thursdays of each month). This month we will feature music from Soul Focus FM DJs, who will be spinning an eclectic selection of vinyl selections.

Chas Redmond: Molten crayon art on canvas and copper plates. Art produced is both colorful and enjoyably abstract. Learn more about Chas’s art at his Facebook page.

Tim’s Terrariums: Terrariums are a beautiful, interesting and creative way to keep plants in the home. Whether you’re looking for a desktop companion or a contemporary way to liven up your home. Learn more about Tim’s Terrariums at their Instagram.

The Clay Cauldron is a small, private pottery studio that will be offering classes for up to 4 students at a time. Open studio time, kiln firings, studio use and private instruction options available. Learn more about the Clay Cauldron at their website.

Learn more about Jet City Labs at their Facebook, Instagram, and website .



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




Nick Riesland BUSINESS HOUR DISPLAY ONLY 3pm-11pm.

Please note: Artist is not able to attend.

In our time, the inundation of digital images is extraordinary. Yet perhaps surprisingly, people remain captivated by works using traditional media, such as painting and sculpture, and continue crowding museums to experience their marvelous power. Painting, for me, transforms that which it seeks to captivate, thereby promising to bring a new experience to the viewer, even inviting participation. I like to hope that this process, and what I bring forth through working it out, will hook the eye and engage the psyche. I feel extremely fortunate to engage in this transformation, whether painting from life, from photos, or from pure imagination, across an undulating range of subjects.

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

My Three Little Birds

4736 California Ave SW

Bryn Templeton INDOORS+RECEPTION, 10am-8pm

Hi, I’m Bryn! I create digital and mixed media work inspired by memory, fantasy, and adventure. I also do graphic design and illustration commissions. My work can be found @antherworks on instagram/twitter!

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



Food and Drink Special! $1 off of a beer on Art Walk night.



Laura Hoynes ARTIST OPEN STUDIO 5pm-8pm

A Navy veteran, and painting since she was a girl, Spilling Colors artist Laura Hoynes is showcasing all of her bold, vibrant, unique, (mainly acrylic) art styles with tons of colors! With a love of all things galaxy, Laura has a knack for fun, and random art. Inspiration from her surroundings and then meshing ideas together, she is always on the lookout for her next creation!

Spilling Colors Art

Learn more about Laura’s work at her Instagram.

Food & Drink Special! $6 AW cocktails, $ 5.50/2 beers (Stella, IPA bottle), $3.50 assorted hard seltzers, $9.95 classic burger ‘n brew, $19.95 large Mimosa pitcher. 


Brought to you by the Morgan Community Association

Canna West Seattle (Art Walk Partner)

5435 California Ave SW

Sam King INDOOR SHOW 5pm-7pm

The Canna West family of stores is excited to present West Seattleite Sam King’s acrylics paintings and prints for August’s installation. Works are being exhibited at both the Canna West Culture Shop and at the Canna West dispensary (21+). Please visit us on Thursday August 11 when Sam will be discussing the art and their process and inspiration.

My name is Sam King. I am a self-taught artist from Seattle, WA ! All my work has its roots in realism and the challenge to accurately depict the image in front of me. My works stays within the realm of people and animals, with forays into still life or elements of the world around me. Most of all, I love creating meaningful art that tells a story and speaks to the soul. If you’d like to show my art in your establishment or would like to book me for a live event, please visit my contact page for information on how to get ahold of me. My medium of choice is acrylic paint. They allow me the precision to render life expression and detail but also the freedom to blend and move. I also use watercolor to capture light and softness or pen and ink to make a dramatic statement with fine detail. 

Learn more about Sam’s work at his Instagram, Facebook and Website

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Good Sister

5902 California Ave SW


“My latest body of work explores the intentional disintegration and abstraction of a still life scene, eliciting a feeling of beginning a profound sense of nourishment and newness. The warm cradle of a burgeoning kaleidoscopic natural environment evokes calm but reminds the viewer of times rapidity and the constant annihilation cycle of the natural world. WE see the energy of the paint as moving object and hold onto it for a moment before the decay.” – Liz Moody

Seattle based artist, Liz Moody, has been honing her skills in painting for over 20 years. Originally a Minnesota native, she’s made the Pacific Northwest her home since 2007. You can usually find her riding her bike all over the city or doing doing sun salutations at roof top yoga. Although she loves the outdoors; camping and all things nature, her favorite weekend activity is antique shopping and thrift-store “picking” for her vintage clothing business (@babydeervintage).

Learn more about Liz’s work at her Instagram.

Visit the Good Sister shop at their website

West Seattle Cellars

6026 California Ave SW

At our August Art Walk event on Thursday, August 11, we will be tasting wines from Oregon. Come by and meet Kevin, check out his work, and try some wines from our neighbor to the south. 

Kevin Ducoing INDOOR SHOW 5:30pm-8pm

It’s a pleasure to meet you. I am Kevin Ducoing, or just Kev (as in ‘Art of Kev’). Living in the ‘island town’ of West Seattle has given me the opportunity to unplug from city life just by being in my neighborhood. This allows me to concentrate on making art. Lately, I’ve been concentrating on the trees in our neighborhood, and how trees — even a single tree—  transforms a neighborhood into something quite different. Urban trees absorb noise, make shade and homes for a wide variety of animals. Attempting to capture this aesthetic in my art is a continuing adventure. I invite you to enjoy my work!
If you like a painting, I offer custom payment plans. If you would like a print instead, please contact me! I am also available for commission if you would like me to paint something special for you!

Viscon Cellars


Rodolfo Rios Garza INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-9pm

I am mostly self-taught but early on benefitted from the mentoring of the late renowned Southwest artist Mel Casas, and from Peruvian artist, Francisco Grippa. I get my inspiration from my surroundings, both natural and man-made, photographs, music and from images in my dreams. This exhibit focuses on trees. Trees are such an endless source of inspiration for me. Trees speak to me in many ways. In them I see energy, love, sadness, and so much more. Their texture lends itself to detailed expression while their limbs can denote a range of moods and resurrect memories. As is my practice, I also include new pieces outside of the show’s main theme as a means of hinting at where my mind wonders and where that wondering might lead me creatively.

Theme of the show is “Trees”, with original acrylic paintings and a few prints on canvas.

Learn more about Rodolfo’s work at his website.

Peel & Press

6503 California Ave SW, #1899

Welcome to our newest Art Walk restaurant! Half-price Appetizers on Art Walk Night!

Mailbox West

6523 California Ave SW

Glenda Weibel and Laurel Donkervoet BUSINESS HOURS ONLY 9am-6pm

About the Artists Please note: artists will not be present as exhibit is business hours only.

Glenda Weibel

Glenda is a watercolor artist who has lived in West Seattle for over 20 years. She loves the immediacy and fluidity of watercolor, but has recently been exploring ways to free watercolor paintings from being framed behind glass. Several of the pieces in this show are done on archival tissue paper and mounted on a canvas and finished with varnish. This technique maintains the freshness of watercolor, yet sets it free from glass. She also enjoys using traditional watercolor paper and some of those are also in the show.

Laurel Donkervoet

Laurel Donkervoet is a Washington native, born and raised in Puyallup. She moved to Seattle to attend school at Seattle Pacific University seventeen years ago to study apparel design and has been here ever since. She’s lived in West Seattle for the last ten years with her husband and three children where she spends her free time exploring the beautiful world of watercolor painting.

Learn more about Laurel’s work at her Instagram and Etsy Store.

Floors Plus Northwest, LLC

6959 California Ave SW

Closed for Art Walk this month. Check back next month!

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.


Rain City Clay

4208 SW 100th Street

Rain City is closed and on summer break for August. Check back in September for Art Walk information.

Rain City Clay offers clay classes for all levels, a firing service for local potters, & private artist studios. We are a vibrant creative community passionate about working with clay. Our offerings are aimed at cultivating imagination, bringing people together, and facilitating a space where everyone has a place to foster their creative side in West Seattle, WA.

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