The Art Walk is February 9th from 5-8pm (check venues for specific times).
Are you in the mood for love? If so come join us for viewing love(ly) artwork and playing heART Bingo! Make sure to visit our wonderful sponsoring eateries for food and drink with your bey as you check out the artwork in our neighborhood.
The rules are simple: head on down to your favorite participating Art Walk business, and ask for a bingo card on February 9th. Then, visit businesses throughout the walk to find stickers matching your bingo board. Any WS Art Walk guest that collects 5 or more stickers can submit their bingo card to any of the businesses on the back of the bingo card.
All cards collected will be entered into a drawing for a specially curated Valentine’s Day Basket, with lovely items contributed by our art walk local businesses.
This is a fun way for the whole family to celebrate love for art and community this February!
Art will be on display at 40 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 Jesse Link. He is showing this month at Inner Space Designs .
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 February 9th? 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 February 9th Art Walk!
Featured Q1 Artist! Congratulations to our first quarter featured artist digi-prim. The West Seattle Arts Council loved the leaf image that was digitally transformed into this bright and vibrant graphic. Digital Primitivism (Digi-Prim) will be showing at Molly’s Bottle Shop throughout January and February.
ALKI POINT & LUNA PARK
Brought to you by the West Seattle Junction Association
LUNA PARK CAFE
2918 SW AVALON WAY
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
Visit Lily’s 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:
The inspiration for this painting was to replicate a peaceful, small city in El Salvador, called “GUAZAPA”. Lily, owner of “LILY’S SALVADOREAN RESTAURANT”, was raised in Guazapa before moving to USA in 2004 and then to Seattle in 2007. One of the first and most important things to notice is the woman in the lead. She is wearing a blue and white dress to represent the El Salvador flag. In the center of the painting is the lifeline river “RIO GUAZAPA”. A river like this is where Lily’s family would wash clothes and bathe. The yellow flowers in each corner of the painting are the national flower, called “FLOR DE IZOTE”. Unlike flowers which face up, these face down, almost as if they are relaxing. They vary in color from vibrant yellow to soft off white. One the far right, you will see the national bird El Salvador, called “TOROGOZ”. Lily recalls how the birds would sometimes peck at her window, which she found humorous. She felt a friendly connection the the birds, as if they were very aware of each other’s presence.
Look closely at the mountain in the background, you might see the “sleeping lady”. This mountain view is only visible from some angles. When the civil war started in 1979, the fighting was fierce in Suchitoto on the other side of the mountain. Many people fled Suchitoto for the safety of Guazapa.
The painting took ten full days of hard work to realize, from building the frames, painting and installation. Izaya’s intention is for the viewer to feel as if they are stepping into Lily’s world, to experience where she’s from and the things that made her happy. This captures the place where Lily learned about herself and shaped how she relates to the community, family, food, and her culture.
Learn more about Lily’s Salvadorean Restaurant at their Instagram and Facebook pages.
Brought to you by the Admiral Neighborhood Association
And Arlen Jewelry
We want to welcome And Arlen to the Art Walk community. The are located in the building that the West Seattle Fogue Gallery was in. Though they are not showing art this month or February, we look forward to them participating in the Thursday night Art Walk in March! Check back then to see their line up for that month.
2141 California Ave SW
Jan Koutsky INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
Jan uses the emotive quality of color to create a sense of space and light. She uses colored pencil to create abstractions inspired by nature.
Learn more about Jan’s work at her Instagram, Facebook and Website.
2206 California Ave SW
Small craft cocktail bar specializing in house infusions and light snacks. Banana Bread Old Fashioned for $12!
2210 California Ave SW
Odessa Durante INDOOR SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm – 8pm Artist can not attend show.
After being diagnosed with several rare diseases and illnesses, Odessa strives to paint images that fill hearts with joy.
Learn more about Odessa’s work at her Instagram . Odessa does not have an official website at this time, but rather does sales through Instagram or in person shows. People are welcome to contact through email or Instagram for commissions as well.
Art Exhibit + Art Walk Special! Free Happy Hour size pizza with purchase of any appetizer or pizza.
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.
SOPRANO’S ANTICO PIZZA & PASTA RESTAURANT
2348 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
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
West Seattle Realty (PARTNER)
2715 California Ave SW, Suite 105
LA Wiltbank INDOORS SHOW 5pm-9pm
Along with our artist, LA Wiltbank, we will be showing casing the musical talents of Harrison B. We look forward to seeing you on Thursday!
Art Show name: Brunhilda
Immerse yourself in the flowers of LA Wiltbank. Painted on recycled paper and clothing. Be a part of the art.
Learn more about LA’s work on her Instagram and Website.
The Good Society Brewery and Public House
2701 California Ave SW, Unit A
Ben Calhoun INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
A Change in Scenery
Throughout the pandemic and into the “now-times” I’ve changed much of my artistic style to incorporate the landscapes and beauty of the Pacific Northwest into my already existing abstract flow. Landscapes that focus on the changing coasts, bodies of water and skies, flowers that bring bright color to our long grey months, and contrasting lines and movement. These pieces are my love letter to sunshine, the birds and the bees, and the things that grow all around us.
Learn more about Ben’s work on his Instagram and website.
Molly’s Bottle Shop
3278 California Ave SW Suite C
Digital Primitivism INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm – 8pm
Congratulations to Digi-Prim! They were selected as our first artist of the quarter this year! Look for the West Seattle Art Walk’s poster showcasing their beautiful, multi-colored leaf which is displayed in participating businesses along the Ave.
She photographs a simple creative effort. He reimagines it as modern art. Being unrestrained feels good and being in the moment feels good; that’s why i love art. the colors, the transformation, the delight; that’s why i love digi-prim. david makes magic. – betsy
Art is a place of meditation, a flow state; i’m absorbed into the moment, with digi-prim, it’s fun to be surprised, to try and figure it out, and turn it into something new. Betsy has a great eye. – david
Collaboration. Discovery. Bold. Surprise. Fun. Creativity. Expression. Limitless.
Learn more about their work at their Instagram.
3237B California Ave SW
Julius Bush INDOORS + RECEPTION 5:30pm-8pm
Julius is a self-taught artist, born and raised in Seattle, WA. He started to explore his passion for drawing in 2017. Using abstract forms, he created works with graphite to build technical skills which steadily progressed towards representational subjects, while digital paintings enabled an environment that enhanced his understanding of color. He now works with acrylic paints on canvas. His practice explores a personal sense of culture and identity created from an accumulation of experiences and stories, in a style embedded with essence of cartoons, surrealism, and storytelling.
Learn more about Julius’s work at his Instagram and Website.
Shael Anderson INDOORS+RECEPTION, 12pm-8pm
Shael’s images are triggered by seeing a material or object in place. Capturing how it has aged, weathered, and worn. How it was manipulated, either intentionally or unintentionally by its use or function. And how it has been polished or finished to gain its patina and beauty. Shael believes ‘seeing it in place allows my eye to capture it as a thought, and then let my mind work on where I want to take it as an ongoing experience for myself and others.” Born and raised in Seattle, the majority of the work in this show was discovered and captured locally.
Shael Anderson’s abstract photography beautifully framed and ready to hang in your art collection. Nicole Pepper’s hand carved ceramic mugs, dishes, and other vessels. WEND Jewelry’s hand made and nature inspired rings, earrings, necklaces and more wearables.
Learn more about Shael’s work at his Instagram and Facebook and WEND 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
$1 off of glass pours
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.
Brought to you by the West Seattle Junction Association
LARS GESING FINE ART NATURE IMAGES
4413 42ND AVE S
INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 3pm – 8pm
Experience Lars Gesing’s award-winning fine art nature photography and bring a piece of the PNW’s beauty into your home or workspace! Come by Lars’s gallery — just a block off of California Ave, on the intersection of 42nd Ave SW and SW Genesee St.
Learn more about Lars’s work at his Instagram, Facebook and website.
John L. Scott
4445 California Ave SW
Sandy Nelson and Elsie Nelson Brown BUSINESS HOUR DISPLAY ONLY
Sandy Nelson is a painter and screen printer, depicting abstract landscapes and retro-modern screen printed designs. Her 14-year-old daughter, Elsie Nelson Brown, carves linoleum blocks to print fresh images of everyday objects. For this show, they collaborated on a print, each doing one color, creating a compelling image called, “Always, Joy.”
“Celebrating the season! Elsie and I created a special collaborative piece for this month’s art walk: I screen printed a green layer and on top of that layer, Elsie printed a linoleum block tree that she has carved — for a two-artist, one-piece print called “Always Joy.” We’re bringing our art supplies and will be demonstrating our art processes. Come and see and join the fun!” Sandy Nelson
Learn about Sandy’s work at her Instagram and Webpage.
SEATTLE FISH COMPANY
4435 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Food and Drink Special! $5.00 House red & white, $1 off on-tap beers, 5pm to close.
4458 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Food and Drink Special! $1 off glass of wine on Art Walk night!
Verity Credit Union (Art Walk Partner)
4505 California Ave SW
Domenica Parisi INDOORS SHOW + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
You are a gift to the world
4511 California Ave SW
Scott Chreist INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-til late
Scott Chreist hails from just left of the center of New Mexico. In his early years it was quite obvious that he was highly creative long before it was noted in any police blotter. He emerged unscathed from primary schooling only to find that he had somehow ended up in New England while his parents remained in the Southwest. So like any other normal young man, he launched himself into college for the third time. His GPA soared though he continued his valiant, if slightly misunderstood, efforts to understand the world around himself. If not for the heroic friendships he formed and the weathered guidance of his professors, surely Scott would have ended up working as a bartender for the remainder of his life. His art is influenced by people he’s known and places he’s been, by artists like Luigi Profeta, Matisse, Richter, Mark Price, and by the scenery life presents.
Learn more about Scott’s work at his Instagram, Facebook and Website.
See more details about Capers at their website.
Wild Roses New & Vintage for Your Home
4529 California Av SW
Linda McClamrock, Lorrie Brogan and Cody Bloomberg INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm-8:00pm
Artists will not be in attendance
COMPASS REAL ESTATE
4531 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Rance Holiman INDOORS SHOW+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
Beverages & Appetizers Available
A local artist born and raised in Seattle Washington. The youngest of 6 boys from a family of 12, Rance soon put crayon to paper, while coloring the world around him. Eventually realizing that what had once just been a way of passing time, had become his passion as an artist. After experimenting with different mediums and styles, oil became his medium of choice. Rance became increasingly drawn to impressionism and its effects. The mere idea of taking an empty canvas or board, and transforming it into a work of art excites his creativity. Not only has Rance Holimans work been appreciated in many Seattle homes and offices, but also around the world.
Learn more about Rance’s work on his Instagram, Facebook and Website.
4535 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Shayla Hufana INDOORS+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
Shayla Hufana is a Filipina-American visual artist and multidisciplinary graphic designer who loves to draw, paint and create with mixed media. She was born and raised in Seattle (Beacon Hill area) and currently resides in Kent with her family. In 2011, she founded her studio, ConceptShell, where she produces art + designs to help lift brands and amplify voices to make a difference in this world—especially for Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) and LGBTQ+ communities. Shayla is passionate about making original, inclusive art with intention, curiosity and empathy. Through her art, she shares her lived experiences in hopes to make others think deeply and smile.
Learn more about Shayla’s work on her Instagram and Website.
Easy Street Records & Cafe (PARTNER)
4559 California Ave SW
Artist to be announced
Food and Drink Art Walk Special: Happy Hour from 5pm-9pm on Art Walk night! $5.00 Draft & Wells, $7.00 Wine Pours.
DARBY WINERY TASTING ROOM
4306 SW ALASKA STREET
Food and Drink Art Walk Special: $6 glass pours 5-8pm, 15% off bottles.
4709 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Kevin Ducoing INDOOR DISPLAY 5pm-7pm
4711 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Anna Krumpos (b. 1994) is an American painter based in Tacoma, WA. With a background in contemporary dance, her abstract paintings are an extension of her experience as a mover. Her intuitive process features layered brushstrokes, primarily cool palettes, and compositions resembling the natural world. She enjoys painting as a ritual of connecting to the spirit, releasing emotion and practicing surrender.
Learn more about Anna’s work on her Instagram and Website.
4556 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
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
Pat Sanford INDOOR SHOW+RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
Patrick Sanford started drawing at a young age and creating art has always been present in his life. Pat’s first professional art job came in 1976 as a staff artist at KOMO-TV, and later was a designer/animator/art director at KIRO TV’s Third Avenue Productions. Between stints at the local TV stations, Pat studied illustration at the School of Visual Arts in New York City.
In 1992, Pat co-founded the video post-production/design company, FlyingSpot. The next 22 years were spent building and running a business, with clients across the country, highlighted by an Emmy Award for the design of a National Geographic Television show open. With a rapidly growing business and family (3 kids – Kristian, Raija, Hanna), the need to make art was always there but was limited to family pieces, vacation sketches, and the occasional arts festival entry.
In 2015, Pat rededicated himself to get-your-hands-dirty, non-digital art but video design, animation, and editing are still very much part of Pat’s work in his home studio.
A 45-year resident of West Seattle, Pat lives in Endolyne with his wife, Kristi.
Pat especially enjoys portrait work, both humans and animals, and welcomes commission work. Recent commissions include portraits of Edgar Martinez and Ken Griffey, Jr. for the Seattle Mariners. Samples of Pat’s artwork can be found on Facebook (ArtSanford) and Instagram (@patrickssanford).
Learn more about Pat’s work on his Instagram.
4547 California Avenue
Artist Pop Up Event! INDOOR SHOW and RECEPTION 5pm-9pm.
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 at 4547 California Ave SW. Wine and snacks are provided by Jet City Laboratory. This event happens during the monthly West Seattle Art Walk (2nd Thursdays of each month). Located in the former Lika Love space. This event replaces the event typically held at Jet City Labs.
Please view our website post on the upcoming show: https://jetcitylabs.com/event/jet-city-cauldron-artist-pop-up-shop-2/
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 .
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
Cooper Bargfrede BUSINESS HOUR DISPLAY ONLY 3pm-11pm.
From that simple enjoyment of visual things, I wanted to create my own which has slowly led me to where I am now. It started off by liking vintage clothing and liking the graphics the shirts had and trying to make a print that would have everything I wanted in a vintage shirt myself and slowly turned into me making paintings and things of that nature.
ELLIOTT BAY BREWING CO.
4720 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Food and Drink Special! $1 off of a beer on Art Walk night.
GREAT AMERICAN DINER & BAR
4752 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
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.
Doll Parts Collective
4832 California Ave SW
Odessa Durante INDOORS SHOW + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
After being diagnosed with several rare diseases, Odessa turned to art as a way of expression to share with people. She strives to make connections through her art and build a better life for herself through art.
Learn more about Odessa’s work on her Instagram.
Follow @dollparts on their Instagram.
Brought to you by the Morgan Community Association
Inner Space Designs
Jesse Link INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm – 8pm
Artist will not be present at reception.
Jesse Link is a Seattle based visual artist. Originally from the Pittsburgh area, Jesse graduated from the Art institute of Pittsburgh with a degree in Industrial Design. After serving a tour of duty in the Army during Operation Iraqi Freedom, he spent a couple of years in New Orleans before he moved to Seattle in 2007 to pursue a career as an artist. He frequently exhibits in art galleries and at art fairs in Washington, Oregon and California.
Learn more about Jesse at his Instagram and Website.
Canna West Seattle (Art Walk Partner)
5435 California Ave SW
Alessandria Rosa INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
For February, Canna West Seattle and Canna West Culture Shop are excited to present local Alessandria Rosa.
My art is often expressive and emotional and is created using a variety of mediums such as paint, ink, and found objects. Rather than adhering to a predetermined set of rules or restrictions, I create art intuitively, using my own emotions and life experiences as inspiration. The goal of my work is to communicate something personal and meaningful to the viewer, and to connect with them on a deeper level. I utilize my work to communicate and process my feelings about healing from trauma, staying present, and connecting to the divine energy of the natural world. There are many ways that I convey these themes in my art, and the specific approach will depend on the emotional impact of the experience I am working through. My ultimate goal is to serve as an example of how to express the process of redemption via spirituality and to release pain through art. For myself and maybe even the viewer, I want to provide a cathartic outlet.
Beginning when she was 16 years old, Alessandria Rosa has hustled her entire adult life to achieve her dreams. She put herself through a community college while still in high school before transferring to Western Washington University to receive a Bachelor of Arts with a double major in Studio Art and Graphic Design. Alessandria is currently trying to start her own art business. She also works in procurement and occasionally does freelance graphic design. Over the course of the past six years, Alessandria has experimented with the idea of creating abstract paintings utilizing fluid acrylic paint and mixed media. Since then, she has exhibited her work in group gallery exhibitions and local neighborhood venues. She has also granted permission for her artwork to be used on packaging. Alessandria is presently on display at the Onyx Gallery in Seattle’s downtown Pacific Place. Alessandria frequently draws inspiration for her artwork from a variety of places, including her personal life, her spirituality, and the natural world. Alessandria also uses collage and drawing to produce her pieces in addition to paint pouring.
Learn more about Alessandria’s work at her Instagram, Facebook , Website and Linktree.
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West Seattle Cellars
6026 California Ave SW
As always, this month’s Art Walk, on Thursday, February 9, falls on the night of our weekly wine tasting. Come and sample some specially selected wines while you enjoy Alexis’s artwork!
Alexis LaFlamme INDOORS + RECEPTION 5:30pm-8pm
Alexis LaFlamme is an abstract artist based in West Seattle. She creates in many different mediums, but her favorites are acrylics and alcohol inks because of their vivid pigmentation. Through the use of nuanced rich colors and ethereal shapes, her work speaks to the underlying flow connecting all things. She is often inspired by the patterns and forms of nature, including water, trees and plants, the sky; all the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Alexis’ artwork has been sold to private collectors and has been shown at multiple galleries and art fairs throughout the PNW.
Learn more about Alexis’s work on her Instagram and Website.
5910 CALIFORNIA AVE SW
Doug Early INDOORS + RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
I hope that my photography can take a person on a journey either by showcasing a foreign city’s highlights that peaks the individual’s curiosity, an unusual landscape that begs the observer to want to know more or through capturing a flower in bloom that brings a wonderful calmness and serenity for the viewer.
I will have both pictures and greeting cards to sell at the Art Walk.
Learn more about Doug’s work at his Instagram and Website.
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!
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.
6459 California Ave SW
Food and Drink Special! $3 off any Large pizza, and $1 off beer pints and wine pours during Art Walk night.
Kat Whitman INDOORS SHOW & RECEPTION 5pm-8pm
Kat Whitham is a West Seattle teacher and self-taught artist who paints figures, florals, and landscapes inspired by her Asian American culture and the Pacific Northwest horizons. Her favorite iconic artists are Masayuki Miyata, Will Barnet and Georgia O’Keefe.
Learn more about Kat’s work on her Instagram.
Peel & Press
6503 California Ave SW, #1899
Food and Drink Special! Half-price Appetizers on Art Walk Night!
6523 California Ave SW
Glenda Weibel BUSINESS HOUR DISPLAY ONLY
Glenda is a watercolor artist who has lived in West Seattle for over 20 years. She loves the immediacy and fluidity of watercolor. She also had dabbled with acrylic and one of those pieces is included in this show. She also has original greeting cards available at the store for purchase. You may contact her by email at: email@example.com.
4316 SW Othello St
The Building will not be participating in this month’s art walk but please join us for the March 9th Art Walk!
The Building is a gallery in the Morgan district. Artist associated with the Building are: Rebecca Woodhouse of Woodhouse Art , Jim Gerlitz of Gerlitz Art and Nichole DeMent and Flora Carlile- Kovacs
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 has been chosen as one of the Seattle Restored artists. Her art will be in a Belltown window at 1914 3rd Avenue. Closer to home, she will show at Compass in March. She is represented by WaterWorks Gallery in Friday Harbor. 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
Oil paintings and drawings of life, things….
Learn more about Jim’s work on his Instagram and Website.
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.
Flora Carlile-Kovacs: Flora Felts Handmade Textiles
My interest in textiles drew me to graduate studies in ethnography, but I felt a deeper passion for creating with fiber than analyzing it. I have learned several traditional fiber arts from the greatest masters in Hungary. When I’ve learned the basics of the felting technique, I realized this is a limitless medium with amazing possibilities. In my work I use the most ancient textile technique, combining carded, unspun wool and silk fibers with water, soap and vigorous kneading to create a durable, unwoven material: felt. I have improved the traditional techniques and invented new ones of my own. Breaking away from making useful objects I am now exploring how handmade felt can become applied art for public spaces. I use several layers of hand-dyed merino wool and silk fibers and fabrics to create optical color blending. I incorporate various materials in the felt to achieve captivating textures and surfaces. I often create raised surfaces so the light refracts on the ruffles of silk and synthetic fabrics. Handmade felt is underestimated and underrepresented in the art world. My mission is to find its audience and to break the boundary between craft and fine art.
Learn more about Flora’s work at her Instagram, Facebook, and Website.
Learn more about host PRDG Architecture + Design at their Instagram and Facebook pages, and website.
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