Spooky Art Walk

West Seattle Art Walk Thursday, October 13 from 5-8pm (Check venues for specific times)

Arachnophobes and those of tender dispositions beware! The Art Walk will be teeming with all sorts of creepy crawlies this month! Look for the large arachnids suspended (menacingly) from the entries to all our participating art show venues. Also, make sure to drop by our wonderful sponsoring eateries for magic potions to drink or enchanting victuals to consume to ‘finish’ the evening. The Art Walk this month will be on Thursday, October 13 from 5-8pm (check venues for specific times).

Art will be on display at 36 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 Joey Masciotra, showing at ArtWest Gallery in the Alaska Junction

Additionally This Month: The Art of Music!

The upcoming October 13 West Seattle Art Walk will feature Art of Music with events both in Admiral and the Alaska Junction!

October 13 –New Age Flamenco @ Verity Credit Union will entertain with music that reflects Latin, Mediterranean folk with European roots, jazz, and a Gypsy soul….all blended with the infectious rhythms of today’s music. Formed in 1998 by bass player Oleg Ruvinov, the band has extensive touring experience having played at festivals, and for large audiences at venues such as Benaroya Hall. They regularly practice the songs of Armik, Gypsy Kings, Carlos Santana, Ottmar Liebert, and others. Click here for New Age Flamenco’s flyer.

October 13 – Hot Club Jazz quartet Byron Street Swing Band @ Antico Soprano’s Pizza & Pasta Restaurant. Reminiscent of the early French swing style, Django Reinhardt, and other Hot Club Jazz masters of today, the group officially formed in 2018 to bring Jazz Manouche classics to audiences in the Seattle area and beyond. Click here for Byron Street Swing Band’s flyer.

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.

Stay tuned for updates on Art of Music events June through December 2022!

See our Art of Music Facebook Event on our West Seattle Art Walk page, then click the dates you’re interested in to get updates. Participating Art Walk businesses will also have event flyers to share. We are grateful for the passion and drive of project originator and coordinator John Redenbaugh – thank you, John, for enriching the West Seattle Art Walk!

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 Second Thursday evening!

Can’t Join on October 13? Our photography team will be covering some of the receptions and will post photos and a recap in a post on our Facebook and Instagram accounts. 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 October 13 Art Walk!

Featured Q4 Artist! Congratulations to our fourth quarter featured artist known as GirlSpit ! The West Seattle Arts Council loved the energy of her colors and shapes and the nod to our neighborhood with the USPS mailbox, so ubiquitous in West Seattle. You can see her work during the month of October at Wild Rose and Antiques, at Doll Parts in November and at The Good Society Brewery in December during business hours and Second Thursday Art Walk!


Brought to you by the West Seattle Junction Association



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

This month displaying works by Kendall Browne

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.



Enjoy Art of Music while you dine during October’s Art Walk

We are happy to present the Hot Club Jazz quartet Byron Street Swing Band . Reminiscent of the early French swing style, Django Reinhardt, and other Hot Club Jazz masters of today, the group officially formed in 2018 to bring Jazz Manouche classics to audiences in the Seattle area and beyond. Click here for Byron Street Swing Band’s flyer.

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.

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

Preston Graves INDOORS AND RECEPTION 5pm – 8pm

Born Springfield, IL Lives in Seattle, WA
I grew up in Tempe, Arizona and lived there for twenty years. A lot of my knowledge about drawing came from my grandma Betty when I was a kid. Formally, I learned to draw at Mesa Community College before going to school and earning a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I received a MFA from the University of Oregon in Eugene in 2005 and currently live and work in Seattle. I am a volunteer beach naturalist for the Seattle Aquarium and I am a scuba diver. I love exploring the cold emerald waters of the Salish Sea. My work is informed by the biological curiosities I encounter while searching the intertidal zones and old growth forests of the Pacific Northwest. Passages of pattern and growth habits of nudibranchs and lichens become the vocabulary I dwell on in creating these landscapes. I’m interested in the abstract relationships of a system where mark is form and resulting spaces are unfamiliar walks through unexplored terrains.

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

The Good Society Brewery and Public House (PARTNER)

2701 California Ave SW, Unit A

Geraldine Le Calvez INDOORS SHOW AND RECEPTION 6:30pm-10pm

After a career in the corporate world, Geraldine took the road of self-expression by putting her love for art and creation into action. She consider herself a self-thought artist, inspired by her Celtic background and admiration for the form and colors surrounding us.

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

Molly’s Bottle Shop

3278 California Ave SW Suite C

Megan Prince INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm – 8pm

Communities Statement

Now is the time. Togetherness. Love. Community. Solidarity. Courage. Hope. Ignore the lies and find the hope. With the works on paper, Communities, Prince explores aloneness, solidarity and togetherness. In Communities, the artist plots soft graphite stars on the mixed media works behind organic black forms in oil pastel, signifying our immediate people groups, and semi-circles of blue gouache, representing our earth. Each element points to levels of togetherness; we are not only in community with each other, but connected across our world and in the larger universe too. During the early works in this series the artist intuitively placed the stars but as this series developed Prince was compelled to use real stars. For the later works Prince used a star app on her smart phone to take pictures of the current constellations overhead, which she then hand-plotted on to the paper, documenting the current time. Relationships compel interdisciplinary abstract artist Megan Prince to create; relationships between people, to belongings, and to the earth. We are all tied together by relationship. Prince’s work points to the similarities we all share and the intrinsic desire we have of being together. “Through my love for you, I want to express my love for the whole cosmos, the whole of humanity, and all beings. By living with you, I want to learn to love everyone and all species. If I succeed in loving you, I will be able to love everyone and all species on Earth. This is the real message of love.” – Thich Nhat Hanh
Megan Prince Bio
 Megan Prince interweaves advocacy and the zero waste movement in her interdisciplinary visual arts practice, exploring the nature of relationships between hope, love, and fear in the ever-changing world. In 2002 Prince received two BFAs at UW in Painting and Interdisciplinary Visual Arts, and a minor in Dance. Moving to Brooklyn, NY she received an MFA from Brooklyn College, CUNY in 2008, where she later taught while maintaining a studio fellowship with the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. After having three children in close succession, Prince embraced parenthood full-time, moved back to Seattle, delving into advocacy work and social and environmental justice. Influenced by this outward focus, Prince’s art practice has pivoted to reflect how relationships exist in the world, creating art that is invitational and accessible. This summer 2022 Prince created a large site-specific installation Spinning Lines, and developed a supporting durational performance Ruts of Repetition, for Howl with Forest for the Trees at Rallspur in Pioneer Square. Howl, curated by Lele Barnett and Amanda Manitach, received several write-ups including in the Seattle Times. This year Prince has enjoyed two solo exhibition Jean Bodies and Friends at Mini Mart City Park (Georgetown), and Great Mysterious Heart at the Kirkland Arts Center (Kirkland). The artist has received several awards, fellowships and honors, most recently the People’s Choice Award for the group exhibition Interdependence. Prince has enjoyed several successful commissions and the majority of her work is held in private collections internationally. Currently you can find Prince’s works here at Molly’s Bottle Shop (West Seattle), as well as in the group show Carbon at The Vestibule (Ballard) where one of Prince’s Jean Bodies sculptures is featured through October 18. Prince lives with her husband and three young children while sustaining her home studio practice here in West Seattle.

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

My Necessitea

3237B California Ave SW

Joey Masciotra INDOORS + RECEPTION, 5pm-8pm

Joey “The Paintbrush” Masciotra is a Northwest native and recent transplant to West Seattle.  He has been painting since the 90’s and has an impressive collection of original canvas pieces.

Learn more about Joey’s work at his Instagram and Facebook.

WEND Jewelry

3278 California Avenue SW

Sebastiano Tecchio INDOORS+RECEPTION, 12pm-8pm

Sebastiano captured water with his camera and it’s on the walls of WEND through the end of October only. Michael Pearsall will make music for you while you visit with us, sip wine, and support local artist. Bring a friend. We’d love to see you all.

Still Motion

Sebastiano Tecchio is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and a photographer. All of the photos in this show were taken in and around the Seattle area. They represent single and non-repeatable instances of change in light and motion. “I’m drawn to looking at the abstract side of life, capturing through the camera’s lens what the naked eye is not accustomed to seeing.”

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

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

Stella Harvey INDOORS SHOW AND RECEPTION 12pm- 6:30pm

Soft Stella Crochet

Stella Harvey is a lifelong creator and recent full-time crochet artist whose work strives to bring humor and light to peoples wardrobes. As a former horse girl and teenage goth, Stella gravitates towards eclectic designs, bold color combinations and wild prints. She’s inspired by old-school country singers like Patsy Cline, vintage packaging, Lisa Frank and vampires…

Learn more about Stella’s work on her Instagram and website.

Follow @dollparts on their Instagram.


4413 42ND AVE S


Come visit the Lars Gesing Fine Art gallery this Thursday and be part of the exclusive reveal of Lars’s latest fine art piece FOREST FLOWER. Lars will reveal the image and tell the story of how he captured it at 6 pm in his gallery to celebrate the October Art Walk! Lars will also have a stack of his brand-new 2023 wall art calendars waiting to be picked up in the gallery. Light refreshments will be served to round out the night!

See Lars’s

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

Mystery Made

4312 SW Oregon St

Jamie Brown INDOORS SHOW 5pm-8pm

Just Coasting

Jamie Browne is a Sydney-based artist whose illustrations blend the laid-back surf/skate lifestyle, with drinking culture and cheeky humor.  Jamie’s work provides an escape to some far-off tropical isle where good times reign and you’re invited to catch your breath, catch a buzz and take life a little less seriously. Right up our alley.  Jamie’s work will also be used on the all-new Mystery Made IPA 2 x Good Society Beer being released for the event and available at the Good Society Brewery, Beer Junction and Easy Street Records.

We have a few of the limited Edition Tees still available. Get yours now or at the show Who wants to get a Tattoo? Aron Fredriksson from Alaska Street Tattoo Parlour  – Our homies holding it down at the end of the block;  will be doing small Flash Sheet Tattoos during the event. Get there early to get in line for a small MM x JB-inspired banger. Must make purchase and ink prices will be available the night of the show.  Aron is a west Seattle local and super talented.  Who’s stepping up and getting a the MM Keyhole logo?

Learn more about Jamie’s work at their Instagram and on Mystery Made’s YouTube Video.

John L. Scott

4445 California Ave SW

Meryl Sidikman INDOORS SHOW + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Meryl Sidikman is a Seattle based mixed media artist. Meryl is grateful to finally be creating full time after a career as a corporate insurance claims attorney that paid the bills but lacked color, fun and inspiration. Meryl’s works combine traditionally beautiful subjects such as flowers and landscapes with elements not usually viewed as beautiful such as bats and spiders. Bats and spiders are symbols for rebirth, change, power and creativity. These creatures also perhaps reflect some of the darkness she saw in her legal career. Meryl’s process involves painting a complete painting and then obscuring it with spray paint and acrylics and oil. She lets just a peek of the original work come through, thus demonstrating the courage to start over and pursue a new path. Meryl’s works can sometimes veer toward completely abstract and this is a track she may explore. Meryl received her Juris Doctor from Rutgers and a degree in graphic design from Montgomery College. More recently Meryl has studied at Gage Academy and completed the Milan Art Institute Mastery Program. Meryl’s work has been shown at Gage Academy where she received Second Prize in the 2020 juried student exhibition. Meryl has also shown her work at A/NT Gallery as well as local venues in White Center and West Seattle. Meryl lives in Seattle with her husband Mark and her two pugs, Dante and Coal.

Learn about Meryl’s work at her Webpage.



Food and Drink Special! $5.00 House red & white, $1 off on-tap beers, 5pm to close.



Food and Drink Special! $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

Enjoy this month’s Art of Music in our Lobby during the Art Walk!

New Age Flamenco will entertain with music that reflects Latin, Mediterranean folk with European roots, jazz, and a Gypsy soul….all blended with the infectious rhythms of today’s music. Formed in 1998 by bass player Oleg Ruvinov, the band has extensive touring experience having played at festivals, and for large audiences at venues such as Benaroya Hall. They regularly practice the songs of Armik, Gypsy Kings, Carlos Santana, Ottmar Liebert, and others. Click here for New Age Flamenco’s flyer.

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.

Marie Skoor INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

The Private Collection of Sir Winston Mumford Johansson III

Verity Credit Union welcomes Seattle artist Marie Skoor who is presenting drawings that represent an imagined collection of a turn-of-the century explorer, adventurer and amateur paleontologist: Sir Winston Mumford Johansson lll. The charcoal drawings have been done on heavily textured board, canvases, and panels to give an overall effect of the fossil subjects having been chiseled out of stone. The stark drawings are balanced with canvases painted in pastel hues. The charcoal drawings are a contrast from the artist’s usual use of a bright color palette using acrylic paints. The storytelling that accompanies the drawings are archival “item cards,” meant to invoke an air of whimsy, returning us to the curio collections and oddities found in museums at the turn of the century. Marie Skoor holds an AAS Degree in Advertising from Seattle Central College and a BA in Fine Art from The Evergreen State College. She has called West Seattle home for the last 12 years with her family. You can follow the artist on Instagram at @marietheartist10  and on Facebook at /SkoorStudio. She can be contacted via email at marietheartist@yahoo.com.

To learn more about Marie’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

Vanessa Lanza of Arbol Arts INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-til late.

Along with the beautiful body of work from Vanessa Lanza, you can still enjoy the the brilliance of Melissa Misoda’s breathtaking blown glass pieces. 

Vanessa Lanza

Vanessa’s artistic process involves using natural elements and locally foraged objects in her work, so that nature is not only the subject of a piece, it also plays an integral role in the creation of it. As a printmaker, this is particularly exciting because there is a direct storytelling aspect to it, as she allows natural elements and processes to shape the outcome of a piece. Vanessa’s hope is that her art will inspire all to join her in honoring, treasuring and protecting our region’s  most precious natural resources.

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

See more details about Capers at their website.

Wild Roses New & Vintage for Your Home

4529 California Av SW

GirlSpit is our Featured Q4 Artist! The West Seattle Arts Council loved the energy of her colors and shapes and the nod to our neighborhood with the USPS mailbox, so ubiquitous in West Seattle.


GirlSpit created her name by combining the identity of a fictitious NYC graffiti artist (Spit) and the sexism in the graffiti Culture – combating male dominance with the addition of the word Girl. She is a Seattle stencil artist who practices the delicate art of paper cutting. Her work can be seen at Gray Sky Gallery. She also spends her time teaching stencil classes to the art community. 

Learn more about GirlSpits’s work on her Instagram and website.



Morgan Fyfe Powell INDOORS SHOW+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Morgan Fyfe Powell is an abstract artist who creates original paintings from her studio in West Seattle. Her work is inspired by the layers and textures of Pacific Northwest landscapes in conjunction with her Southern roots. Each piece is full of dimension with a calming and inviting palette of bright neutrals and pastels. Her composition includes modern abstracts, landscapes, and still life paintings with the goal that each piece would be a reminder to take a breath to appreciate the beauty that surrounds the day to day.

Learn more about Morgan’s work on her Instagram, Facebook and Website.

Virago Gallery

4537 California Ave SW

Jenn Charkow of Stone Crow Designs and Crystal Fosnaugh (the artists cannot attend) INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 12m-8pm

Seattle designer and artist Jenn Charkow is the owner of Stone Crow Designs, a sustainable ECO clothing line started in 2010. Her fiber art pieces are mystical drawings utilizing glass beads, sequins, metal thread and dyed fabric. Crystal Fosnaugh is a Seattle artist and educator working with oil paint, encaustic and ink, to create surrealist stories and scenes with lush flora, fierce fauna and a whimsical reframing of the body.

Learn more about their work at their Instagram and Website.  

Discovery Shop


Stacey Sterling INDOORS+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Fabrics for Life

Painting about the Ocean is my passion. Teaching about the problems in the environment through art is my mission. You can often see me painting outdoors either at the beach or at community events. My latest project was painting a 4’x8’ mural with the community at the West Seattle Summer Festival. Until now I have not talked much publicly about my Breast Cancer journey. I didn’t want this diagnosis to define who I am. I am a painter, mother, friend, and family member and I am also a cancer survivor. Since I have been asked to participate at the Discovery Shop, I have taken the opportunity to say; cancer sucks! but, you are not alone. No one should be alone on this journey. I gained knowledge and strength through close contacts and strangers. There are many organizations and people with experience that can make the scary diagnosis palatable. One great resource is The American Cancer Society which has invested in cancer research since 1946. It makes sense to give to an organization that does so much to help cancer patients. For this one night only show, I will be donating a percentage of proceeds to The American Cancer Society. You will have the opportunity to see my latest wearable/frameable fabric Art and have profits from your purchase go to a good cause.

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



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








Nick Shiflet INDOORS SHOW + RECEPTION 4pm-7pm. Business hour display only.

The Shifter Scrolls: Inked Hiking

These works are from an ongoing series I call the “Shifter Scrolls” (my nickname is Shifter). The concept for this comes in part from my fascination with long linear Chinese, Japanese, and Indian scrolls that tell tales from the important to the mundane. These longer drawings are based on 8 days of hiking in Glacier National Park in 2021. The 30 foot drawing is a depiction of this journey in linear time, from day 1 to day 8. The other 25 foot work is a assemblage of drawings from the same adventure. The diptychs are a collection of work from hiking in the Mt. Baker area a couple weeks ago. They combine photography of the location alongside an ink drawing of said location. This series is a physical manifestation of the emotions and feelings experienced from being in nature, in exercerting energy and becoming weary and high on endorphins on my hiking journeys. The ability to become one with nature, to cease to exist, to feel that the world is limitless, and that existence is infinite. The act of making art equally transits my existence to another plane. It’s sort of some out of body experience. I’m fascinated at the interior depths you can wander in while in the mountains and the forest. I’m equally intrigued by the depths you can travel to within yourself while creating art. This work happily combines the two. Both the drawing and the hiking at times produce an incredible feeling of possibility. CONTACT: nickshiflet@gmail.com

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

Learn more about Artswest exhibit of Nick’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 Conservancy. 

Learn more about Ellen’s work at her Facebook.



Food & Drink Special!

10% off during Art Walk until closing.

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

4526 California Ave SW


I am a creator. I am drawn to nature. The bigness of the outdoors calls to me, echoing my own cavernous desire to stir someone else by sharing my interpretation of the smallest (or biggest) expression of life force.

Learn more about Scot’s work at his Instagram 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).

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.



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

Emilie Shepherd INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm-8pm


What we touch changes us. Surround yourself with love, even objects project. Northwest artist, Emilie Shepherd, presents a multi- media works from lockdown isolation time and forward in flux. Hand Painted, glazed ceramics including tea/whiskey tumblers, mid size vases, trinket trays, ash trays and more. Icon images drawn with archival inks, printed and transferred onto reclaimed wood panels.

Learn more about Emilies’s work at her 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

Evan Schoenfeld INDOOR SHOW 5:30pm-8pm

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.

Viscon Cellars


Kevin Ducoing INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm

Lately, my work has been focusing on the trees in our neighborhood, and how trees –even a single tree– transforms a neighborhood into something quite different. Urban trees buffer mechanical noise, make shade and homes for a wide variety of animals, and interact with wind to  make almost imperceptible sounds that are conducive to comfort and introspective thought. Attempting to capture this aesthetic in my art is a continuing adventure. I invite you to enjoy my work!

Learn more about Kevin’s work at his Instagram and Facebook.

Beveridge Place Pub

6413 California Ave SW

Food and Drink Special! West Seattle’s favorite pub! 37 taps of craft beer & cider, 100+ bottles, great wine & cider!

Get $1 off draught pints and wine glass pours during Art Walks!

Whiskey West

6451 California Ave SW

Food and Drink Special! We are a whisky bar with a full bar including beer and wine with a very extensive food menu.

$2.00 off wine pours and $1.00 off draft during Art Walk.

Zeek’s Pizza

6459 California Ave SW

Food and Drink Special! We will offer $5 off of any large signature pizza, $3 off of any build your own pizza, $1 off all beer pints and wine pours, $1 off of all salads during Art Walk.

Peel & Press

6503 California Ave SW, #1899

Food and Drink Special! Welcome to our newest Art Walk restaurant! Half-price Appetizers on Art Walk Night!

Mailbox West

6523 California Ave SW

Glenda Weibel BUSINESS HOURS ONLY 9am-6pm

About the Artist Please note: artist 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.

Floors Plus Northwest, LLC

6959 California Ave SW

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

The Building

4316 SW Othello St

Tami Bensen of Crystal Clairvoyant, Rebecca Woodhouse of Woodhouse Art , Jim Gerlitz of Gerlitz Art and Nichole DeMent ARTIST OPEN STUDIO 5pm-9pm

Tami Benson

Crystals, Raffles and Studio Tours!

Tami is an Intuitive Medium, Energy Healer and Crystal Vendor. She is a heart-centered, kind and accurate Healing Medium. It is her complete passion to play and work with Crystals. If you would like to know more about rocks, or are just starting out, Tami is the perfect person to connect with. You will walk away feeling inspired & joyful. Come meet this west Seattle Gem, you will not regret it! She will be co hosting with Artist Nicole Dement in her beautiful west facing art studio. There will be Crystals for sale & Raffle entries with purchase. Cash or card will be accepted with optional discounts available.

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

Rebecca Woodhouse of Woodhouse Art

Woodhouse was in the September issue of the NW Art Alliance  newsletter, can be found in PMA magazine, issue 7, and is opening her West Seattle studio door to the public for the first time since moving from Equinox in last November.  She is represented by WaterWorks Gallery and just closed shows in Bellevue and Vancouver, BC last month!  If you like abstract art, color, and texture, definitely check out her interdisciplinary paintings and collages!

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

Jim Gerlitz of Gerlitz Art

Representational oil paintings of people, places, and things.

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

Nichole DeMent

Nichole will be in the studio sharing art and ideas for new expanding series.

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

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


Rain City Clay

4208 SW 100th Street

Rain City will not be participating this month for the Artwalk but look forward to an open house next month!

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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