Art Up/Chow Down Art Walk – November 2021

Art Walk activity for November. Note: Most venues listed are participating in the monthly art walk set for November 12 from 6 – 9 pm. A few have art all month. See details below

Participating November Venues:

Greenwood Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

A group of 6 independent Art Gallery/Studio spaces under one roof

How to get to the Collective: Head to O’Maki Sushi in Piper’s Village between Greenwood Ave and Palatine. Walk down the steps by O’Maki and you’ll be at the entrance to the collective in our Art Alley. If you can’t do stairs, we’re also accessible from the driveway entrance at the corner of Greenwood Ave and 87th—just be aware that the driveway is long.

Galleries:
Venn Gallery and Studio
Moonrise Studios
Mutiny Gallery
Boundless Northwest
Erick Knudsen – Photographer
Happytime Apocalypse

Moonrise Studios — part of Greenwood Art Collective – is hosting Gratitudes during the art walk.

Moonrise Studios is a matriarch. We are a spiritual, activity-centered art gallery focused on showcasing womxn artists of all mediums. For the November art walk, the Mavens of Moonrise are excited to present “Gratitudes” and celebrate autumn with our wonderful art friends. We’ll be sharing our paintings, photographs, paper arts, jewelry and reclaimed treasures. Hope to see you there!

Featured Artists: Jessica Coulson, Marina Hudgens, Shelley Irish, Jessie Beans, Jaclyn Mehtala and Erin Fox 

Nutty Squirrel Gelato: 7212 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Sean Hoyt
Nature Photography

Sean has beautiful large format photography for custom order, as well as small sizes available for sale at our store.

His work will be on display all month.

Phinney Center Gallery: 6532 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Trish Connolly

Artist, Trish Connolly, is a native Seattleite and has lived in the area all her life. She’s been painting with oil for eleven years. Her main themes are still-life and portraiture. Trish is a long-time member of the Emerald City Art Club. When not busy in her studio, she tends to her yard and works at the University of Washington Suzzallo Library.

Snapshot Brewing: 8005 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down and Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Victoria Shaffer

“The Shape of Ice” a Photo Exhibit by Victoria Shaffer

“A longtime local photographer, Victoria has a keen eye for noticing the tiny minutia of natural beauty. These works examine the Pacific Northwest at moments not often noticed by our everyday eyes.” 

Nov 12: Art Walk 
Nov 19: Dark Room Night
Nov 26: Show Closing

Proof of vaccination required for patrons staying indoors. Masks required indoors when not drinking/eating.

Verity Credit Union: 8533 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Corrine Marie
Watercolors

Art Up/Chow Down Art Walk – October 2021

Art Walk activity for October. Note: Most venues listed are participating in the monthly art walk set for October 8 from 6 – 9 pm. A few have art all month and Aide-Memoire is hosting a special event October 16. See details below

Participating October Venues:

Abram’s Chiropractic:  7815 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artists: Anastasia Rudenco and Jenny Mandl (AKA Jenny Starlight)    

There will be art all month and we will be open for the artwalk!

Aide-Memoire: 7003 3rd Ave NW
Art Up Site

SPECIAL EVENT: trunk show October 16 from noon-6:00 for OOliva in conjunction with SeattleMade week.

Also includes work from the store regular artists.

Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery: 8570 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Amanda Jorgenson

Our event will be October 8, 5-9 PM.

Based in Seattle, but Alaska-raised, I create drawings and paintings of some of our rarest and most elusive flora and fauna found in the Pacific Northwest.

As a natural science artist and illustrator, I strive to bring elements of the wilderness into the viewer’s every day. Whether the viewer finds a moment’s escape from the commotion of city life in the flora and fauna depicted, or if the art elicits curiosity in the indigenous species found within the Pacific Northwest.

Greenwood Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

A group of 6 independent Art Gallery/Studio spaces under one roof

How to get to the Collective: Head to O’Maki Sushi in Piper’s Village between Greenwood Ave and Palatine. Walk down the steps by O’Maki and you’ll be at the entrance to the collective in our Art Alley. If you can’t do stairs, we’re also accessible from the driveway entrance at the corner of Greenwood Ave and 87th—just be aware that the driveway is long.

Galleries:
Venn Gallery and Studio
Moonrise Studios
Mutiny Gallery
Boundless Northwest
Erick Knudsen – Photographer
Happytime Apocalypse

Halloween Spooktacular – Oct 8, 6 -10 pm

Join us for our Spooky Halloween Artwalk! Costumes are encouraged!

Moonrise Studios — part of Greenwood Art Collective – is hosting an Art Brunch on Oct 24.

Join us for Art Brunch at Moonrise Studios! Moonrise is a matriarch. We are a spiritual, activity-centered art gallery focused on showcasing womxn artists of all mediums. We have beautiful, eclectic art and light refreshments to share with you. Come peruse our paintings, photographs, paper arts, jewelry and reclaimed treasures. 

Ken’s Market: 7231 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Veronica Sauer

Veronica Sauer creates art rich with daring color and bold composition. Often working from photographs to echo real life, she paints in fast-drying acrylic with large brushes and pallet knives, prioritizing shape, shadow, scale, and light. Hers are images created through the lens of a curious and imaginative mind.

In her portrait series, Veronica’s dynamic style offers fresh perspective on iconic faces, illuminating individual stories, and giving breath and movement to her subjects. Veronica‘s work in abstract realism casts a wide field of impact. Pieces highlight the emotional power of color infused into the heart of an image.

Veronica‘s passion for painting gained momentum with the brilliant teaching of an eccentric art history teacher. In University studies, a three-year position at the Henry Art Gallery, and travels to US and European art museums, Veronica was drawn to the vitality of Expressionism and Fauvism, art genres drenched in rich color contrasts. Following a corporate career and the interruption of her active life by a sports related accident, Veronica embraced her passion for creating her own art. Self-taught, Veronica has exhibited at corporate events and art walks, Lund’s Fine Art Gallery, and enthusiastically participated in “Artist in Action” programs. VSauerArt creations continue to gain public exposure and win commission work nationally.

American born and dual citizen of the US and Germany, Veronica Sauer lives in Seattle with a studio near Mount Rainier. Whether Portraits, Wildlife, Naturescapes, Abstracts, or Commissions, her artwork radiates her passion for painting.

Her work will be on display all month.

Nutty Squirrel Gelato: 7212 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Sean Hoyt
Nature Photography

Sean has beautiful large format photography for custom order, as well as small sizes available for sale at our store.

His work will be on display all month.

Snapshot Brewing: 8005 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down and Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Matthew McClosky: Painting by Sound with Synesthesia

I experience visual-to-auditory synesthesia, meaning I hear what I see. When I look at a painting, I hear a complex, layered wall of sound that encompasses all aspects of the work: its proportions, curves, shapes and colors all blended together into one complex harmony. It is this overall harmony of a piece that guides my composition as I endeavor to make each aspect of a work fit within this harmonic structure.

Prints available for purchase. 
Show Closing: October 29

Verity Credit Union: 8533 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Corrine Marie
Watercolors

Art Up/Chow Down Art Walk – The BIG One – Sept 10 and 11

The 25th BIG Art Walk — cancelled in 2020 and postponed this year – will look a little different this year — smaller for sure and may require masks – but is scheduled to take place Friday, Sept. 10, from 5 – 9 pm and Saturday, Sept. 11, from noon to 5 pm. (Note that some venues are open different hours. Details below.)

In the past, The BIG One has featured a wide variety of art in 70-80 businesses in the Phinney-Greenwood neighborhood. Over the years, this hugely popular event has turned into a neighborhood party, particularly on Friday night. This year’s event will look a little different, however, as some businesses are not yet comfortable hosting the event so the number of venues is lower and all art walk venues are being urged to plan their participation in a way that is comfortable for them. Be prepared for masks and limits on indoor participants. (UPDATE: In compliance with Gov. Inslee’s mandate, masks will be required indoors.) In addition, the event begins at 5 pm Friday, rather than 6, to avoid overcrowding. (Note that some venues are open limited hours during the event. Those hours are noted below and on the map.)

In the spirit of the art walk theme of “Art Up, Chow Down,” restaurants and pubs are encouraged to participate as well by offering menu specials. Venues are designated as art or chow (or both).

Listed below are details from each venue as well as a downloadable PDF map.

Participating venues:

Abram’s Chiropractic:  7815 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Participating Friday only

Aide-memoire: 7003 3rd Ave NW
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Amanda Jorgenson

We will be showing her blind contour bird paintings like this one https://www.instagram.com/p/CSm81PfBNw_/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Babyface Spa: 7102 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Lori Devine, Lolide, handmade jewelry

Lori will host a siidewalk Sale Saturday 1 – 4 pm

Featured Artists: Pam Hammerling

Babyface Spa Art Walk Special: 15% off all products

Baraka Gems: 8218 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Taylor A Crockett

Taylor A Crockett is a professional illustrator and jewelry designer. After graduating from Roger Williams University in Rhode Island with a BA in Fine Art, she moved to Bainbridge Island in 2013 to create art with friends. While there she began her first apprenticeship as a bench jeweler and designer. She now works full time for Baraka Gems as the lead Client Rep, Designer and Illustrator.

ALSO – Music Friday night by Robert Deeble

Beats and Bohos: 7200 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Debi Boyette
Mixed media

Seattle artist Debi Boyette creates subtly – clever and dreamy abstract paintings, mixed media pieces, installations and photographs from her own peculiar and intriguing aesthetic  influenced by her everyday surroundings, imagination and life. As a young child struggling to cope with family trauma, Debi taught herself to create a safe haven of imaginative freedom  and self-expression through her art. This became the place she could always return to – to, process whatever was trying to beat her down – and, turn raw emotion into physical art; maybe, exorcise a demon or two. As an adult artist she knew those same ‘life-coping skills through art’, that had helped her get through so much, were shareable, and today she continues volunteering to teach art to kids (and, adults!) so they might make their own self-discovery. 

Debi has an exceptional talent for curating exquisite vintage items (objets) and offered experiences, and loves sharing her work with the community through the spaces she creates. Founder and curator of Le Merde (a wonderland shop of eye candy, now, online) co-curator and co-art director of Scribble Studios and founder/co-director/curator of Crawlspace Gallery.  Debi is also a Mother, an art Docent, an Activist, a Survivor of Gun-Violence and a Small-Business Owner. She believes everyone deserves to find the place where they can flourish and be happy.

Discover Debi’s work online: Instagram: @i_am_so_exhaustedInstagram: debi_boyette_artpageInstagram: @lemerde_seattle

ALSO featuring local vintage clothing vendors popup sale just outside the shop on Saturday

Dabble: 306 N 83rd St
Art Up Site

Participating Friday only

Featured Artists: Jaymes Junio and Hope Angel

The Fixture Gallery: 8221 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: John Holm

Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery: 8570 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site
Participating Friday and 1-5 Saturday

Featured Artist: Crystal Fosnaugh

Crystal Fosnaugh has made contributions to the visual and performing arts in the PNW for over 20 years. Crystal produces art in a variety of mediums from visual to performance art, and  exhibits artwork locally, as well as the broader West Coast area. As an educator she emphasizes arts integration in academics, and has presented her work on arts integration at the Seattle Art Museum.

In addition to being an educator and artist, she is cofounder of a curatorial project focused on fusing art and intellect, and is an arts community advocate supporting the arts. Her work explores systems, revealing parallels and opposition, feelings and hints of dreams.

Gainsbourg: 8550 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Greenwood Art Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
A group of galleries and studios under one roof

Enter in the rear of the building, at the alley

Half Moon Bouldering: 124 N 85th St (Behind Snapdoodle Toys, entrance on Morrow Lane)
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Matthew Cory

ART WALK SPECIAL – 2 guests climb for $20 on Friday and Saturday, 9/10 & 9/11

Integral Operations Services / Rep. Noel Frame: 6120 Phinney Avenue N
Art Up Site

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Featured artist: Erika Bell

Ken’s Market: 7231 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Kevin Hense

La Conasupo Taqueria: 8532 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Luna Azul: 8552 ½ Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Makeda and Mingus: 153 N 78th St
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Nightshade Botanicals: 400 N 63rd St
Art Up Site

Nutty Squirrel Gelato: 7212 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Sean Hoyt

Olive and Grape: 8516 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site
Participating Friday Only

Featured Artist: Nicole Monahan

Nicole Monahan, a freelance Illustrator, uses both traditional and digital mediums to create illustrations for clients around the world and for her greeting card line. The style is whimsical, heartwarming, soft and flowing, telling a story beyond words. Her focus is primarily with garden, food, animals, and how we can work together with nature’s web of life. When she is not illustrating, she loves to inspire students to create art in her studio, various venues and even on global art retreats.

The Phinery: 6500 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artists:

Ericka Wolf

As an artist, I’m inspired by color field painters like Mark Rothko, Jules Okitski, Leon Berkowitz, and Helen Frankenthaler as well as photographers like Eric Cahan, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and Debra Bloomfield. Combined with my study of color in the landscape of the natural world, I try to capture an expression that’s transient and intentionally uncomplicated. Something reductive but reflective, using color as luminous expression rather than illustration.

Misha Zadeh

Misha Zadeh draws and paints from a sunny studio in the Ballard neighborhood of Seattle. She is infinitely inspired by the flora and fauna of the Pacific Northwest, as well as those from her travels and her imagination. She has rarely met a color she doesn’t like.

Sarah Ames

When viewing my work it is easy to see that I enjoy playing with and sharing the vibrancy of color. My subjects mostly swing to life from my imagination and are often mystical or up to some magical mischief. I find joy in the process as the painting reveals itself, and in the comments I receive such as, “Magical”, “Oh, the colors!”,or, the best one yet, “What is the story behind this one?”

Phinney Books:  7405 Greenwood Ave. N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Robb Hamilton

Robb Hamilton is a local illustrator who lives on Phinney Ridge. He does pen and ink drawings and silk screen prints of old Seattle signs and landmarks.

Phinney Center Gallery:  6532 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site

The Awareness Show 2021

Featuring 20 artists from the Emerald City Art Club

Vincent Van Gogh paint-off at 7 pm
Show will run through September

Prost: 7311 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Heleln Mallary
Watercolor illustrator

RidgeWood Bottle and Tap: 316 N 67th St
Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Jen McLuen

I grew up in the Salish Sea region, and continue to be inspired by the beautiful place we call home. I make block prints, as well as monotype prints, primarily of animals of this region. I hand-carve all of my prints, and print each one by hand with a small press at home. I make limited edition prints, as well as cards.  100% of profits are donated to Save our Wild Salmon, working to save the Salmon and the Orcas.

Roots and Wings Foundation: 7107 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Alisha Dall’Osto

Alisha Dall’Osto has been painting and drawing for over two decades. She explores human and natural forms with an expressive realist style, celebrating light, gesture, color and mood.

Seattle Recreative:  8408 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Sip and Ship: 7511 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Snapshot Brewing: 8005 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down and Art Up Site
Participating Friday only

Taproot Theatre: 208 N 85th St
Art Up and Chow Down Site
Participating Friday only

Featured Artist: Sam Vance, painter

Live music: Zoser, Singer/Songwriter performing acoustic sets from 6-8 pm

Also : a food pop up featuring Mexican/Salvadorian treats baked by Mayra Sibrian of Selva Central Goods

Umpqua Bank: 7120 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site
Participating Friday from 12 – 5 pm only

Featured Artist: Yu Tang Ceramics

Yu Tang Ceramics Studio & Gallery is a Chinese American owner-operated ceramic studio and gallery space located in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle. The studio offers group and private classes, and seasonal workshops. This is a safe space for all to mindfully explore clay, personal expression, and identity. There is a focus on building community and relationships with partnering organizations, students, teachers, studio members, resident artists, and featured artists in the gallery.

Yu Tang Ceramics was established in March, 2015. The character “Tang” is an ancient Chinese word meaning “style of” in reference to ceramics of the Tang dynasty. The name Yu Tang translates to “The Yu style” ceramic ware. 

I am fascinated with the endless expressive possibilities of clay. I love to immerse myself in the sensory journey taken in ceramics – from the earth as clay, to being molded with human hands, to being set permanently in fire. I find throwing on the wheel a moving meditation where I can become empty of life’s distractions. I use ceramics to express my identity as a Chinese American. My work incorporates influences from Chinese art, mythology, language, and culture from brush calligraphy to carved motifs.

Verity Credit Union: 8533 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site
Participating 6-9 pm Friday only

The Hemlock/Washington Holdings: 87th and Greenwood
Art Up Site

While the old Safeway site is being developed, 20+ murals have been painted on the fencing around it.

Titled More Than a Name Fest, artists include:

•They Drift
•Ksra
• Fone
•Merlot
•Angelina Villalobos
•Aerub
•zaeos
•Kangoe
•Joseph Brooks
•Art Rat Alex
•solid
•Charms won
•Dozer Art
•Liv
•Lekat
•Josie Rice
•Glynn Rosenberg
•Creature Panic
•Perck
•Video
•Blink
•Irone
•Mosef
•Hyper
•Snork
•Barge

Art Up/Chow Down Art Walk – August 13, 2021, from 6-9 pm

Now that the city is opening up a bit several venues will be hosting an art walk this month.

COMING IN SEPTEMBER: The BIG Art Walk — cancelled in 2020 and postponed this year – the 25th BIG Art Walk will look a little different this year — smaller for sure and may require masks – but is scheduled to take place Friday, Sept. 10, from 5 – 9 pm and Saturday, Sept. 11, from noon to 5 pm. Stay tuned for details.

Participating August Venues:

Abram’s Chiropractic:  7815 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Tracy Wallschlager

Greenwood Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

A group of 6 independent Art Gallery/Studio spaces under one roof

How to get to the Collective: Head to O’Maki Sushi in Piper’s Village between Greenwood Ave and Palatine. Walk down the steps by O’Maki and you’ll be at the entrance to the collective in our Art Alley. If you can’t do stairs, we’re also accessible from the driveway entrance at the corner of Greenwood Ave and 87th—just be aware that the driveway is long.

Galleries:
Venn Gallery and Studio
Moonrise Studios
Mutiny Gallery
Boundless Northwest
Erick Knudsen – Photographer
Happytime Apocalypse

Moonrise Studios is a matriarch. We are a spiritual, activity-centered art gallery focused on showcasing womxn artists of all mediums. For the August art walk, the Mavens of Moonrise are excited to present “Luck be a Lady” and celebrate both Friday the 13th and First Harvest with our wonderful art friends. We’ll be sharing our paintings, photographs, paper arts, jewelry and reclaimed treasures. Hope to see you there! 


Featured Artists: Jessica Coulson, Marina Hudgens, Shelley Irish, Jessie Beans, Jaclyn Mehtala, Lynn Birks and Erin Fox

Ken’s Market: 7231 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Julia Keim grew up in New Hampshire, but has lived in the Greenwood/ Crown Hill area of Seattle for 20 years. 

She began cutting up magazines and collecting old pictures in grade school, and so developed her photomontage and collaging techniques.

Verity Credit Union: 8533 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Minami Wrigley

Art Up/Chow Down Art Walk – July 9, 2021, from 6-9 pm

Now that the city is opening up a bit several venues will be hosting an art walk this month.

Participating Venues:

Abram’s Chiropractic:  7815 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artists: Sonya Lang and Tracy Carson

Greenwood Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

A group of 6 independent Art Gallery/Studio spaces under one roof

How to get to the Collective: Head to O’Maki Sushi in Piper’s Village between Greenwood Ave and Palatine. Walk down the steps by O’Maki and you’ll be at the entrance to the collective in our Art Alley. If you can’t do stairs, we’re also accessible from the driveway entrance at the corner of Greenwood Ave and 87th—just be aware that the driveway is long.

Galleries:
Venn Gallery and Studio
Moonrise Studios
Mutiny Gallery
Boundless Northwest
Erick Knudsen – Photographer
Happytime Apocalypse

Venn, a working art studio and gallery within the Greenwood Art Collective, is home to twelve artists and craftspeople, working in painting, printmaking, design, collage, and photography.

Ambrose (alt-process and letterpress printmaking, bookbinding) ambroseambrose.com
Megan Noël (painting, beadwork) http://megannoel.com/
Leah Wohl-Pollack (monotype, collage, painting) https://leahwp.square.site/
Sam Stinson (traditional/alt-process photography) https://www.instagram.com/incunabulator/
Lisa Kurt (Painting, Illustration) https://www.lisakurt.com/
Meagan Viken (traditional/alt-process photography, printmaking) https://www.meaganviken.com/
Mike Hawkins (design, printmaking) https://www.humanfornow.com/
Heidi Khrone (digital/analog art, metalwork) https://www.instagram.com/lushleafcollective
Destini Cole (painting, illustration) https://www.instagram.com/destini.a.cole/
Jack Dondanville (painting, illustration) https://www.instagram.com/jackdondanville/
Christian Leibig (collage, assemblage) https://christianliebigarts.bigcartel.com/
Harlan Glotzer (musical instrument restoration & repair) http://www.harglo.com/

Ken’s Market: 7231 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Julia Keim

Julia Keim grew up in New Hampshire, but has lived in the Greenwood/ Crown Hill area of Seattle for 20 years. 

She began cutting up magazines and collecting old pictures in grade school, and so developed her photomontage and collaging techniques.

Verity Credit Union: 8533 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artists:  Nancy Harris and Curtis Ray

Art Up Chow Down Art Walk — May 14, 2021

Greenwood Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

A group of galleries and studios under one roof

Are you feeling the energy finally flowing? What a relief! 

It’s monthly art walk time again, and we’ve got a very special one planned for Friday night, May 14: a combo indoor/outdoor art walk plus live music by the Kalimocho Boys in Piper’s Village. 

Put on that mask and come get your groove on with us!

How to get to the Collective: Head to O’Maki Sushi in Piper’s Village between Greenwood Ave and Palatine. Walk down the steps by O’Maki and you’ll be at the entrance to the collective in our Art Alley. If you can’t do stairs, we’re also accessible from the driveway entrance at the corner of Greenwood Ave and 87th—just be aware that the driveway is long.

Art Up/Chow Down Art Walk – March 12

Unfortunately, PhinneyWood’s Art Walk is still very much on pause with only a few venues hosting art.

NOTE: The BIG Art Walk, normally held in May, has been tentatively rescheduled for September. Stay tuned for details.

Participating Venues this month:

Ken’s Market: 7231 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist:  Kam Overmon, a Ken’s employee from the meat department.
See his Instagram page here: https://www.instagram.com/p.i.n.b.o.n.e/

Available for view throughout the month.

Makeda and Mingus: 153 N 78th St
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Instagram and Facebook Live art show featuring Makers Table and an opportunity to purchase Local art and wares.

Art Up/Chow Down Art Walk – November

Unfortunately, PhinneyWood’s Art Walk is still very much on pause with only a few venues hosting artists.

Participating Venues this month:

Greenwood Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

A group of galleries and studios under one roof

Friday, November 13, 2020 at 5 – 10 PM

We’re officially back! (But with masks, sanitizer and social distance precautions).

We are very excited to welcome you into our Art Alley and indoor gallery spaces so you can safely and responsibly experience what our resident artists have been up to. We will be allowing a limited number of viewers into the space, so keep in mind that there may be a waiting period to enter the space due to our abundance of caution. You are welcome to browse our outdoor Art Alley if there happens to be a short wait

Venn Gallery will be open by appointment only for this coming Friday’s art walk! We ask visitors to schedule an appointment on our websitehttp://venn.gallery/Visitors MUST wear a mask.  Appointments are limited to 30 minutes, only two people per party.  (Only four people will be admitted to our gallery at a time.)

BIG NEWS: Venn Gallery has acquired a second additional space directly across the hall from our original gallery, and is now home to TEN ARTISTS, two of whom are making their Art Walk Debut.  Our opening will include new works in printmaking, book binding, photography, and painting, and will feature:
Ambrose (alt-process and letterpress printmaking, bookbinding) 
Megan Noël (painting, beadwork)
Leah Wohl-Pollack (monotype, collage, painting)
Sam Stinson (traditional/alt-process photography)
Meagan Viken (traditional/alt-process photography, printmaking)
Mike Hawkins (design, printmaking)
Destini Cole (painting, illustration)
Jack Dondanville (painting, illustration)
Christian Leibig (collage, assemblage)
Harlan Glotzer (musical instrument restoration & repair)

Weather permitting, Greenwood Collective will have our next Sunday sidewalk stroll on November 22. We recommend keeping an eye on our Facebook page for up-to-the-hour info on whether we’ll be setting up that day. Fingers crossed! 

Hounds Tooth Public House: 8551 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artists: Rob Biren and Boho
On view throughout the month

Ken’s Market: 7231 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist:  Margaret Hemmon
Paintings
On view throughout the month

Nutty Squirrel: 7212 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Be sure to check out a new mural by Louma (Pokidots). It’s so cool!! Her profile: https://instagram.com/pokidots?igshid=15s88nk326tdy

Art Up/Chow Down Art Walk – October

Unfortunately, PhinneyWood’s Art Walk is still very much on pause with only a few venues hosting artists. Those listed below will have art available for viewing throughout the month.

Participating Venues this month:

Hounds Tooth Public House: 8551 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artists: Rob Biren and Boho

Ken’s Market: 7231 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist:  Curtis Gregory
Photography

Art Up/Chow Down PhinneyWood Art Walk – September

Participating Venues:

Greenwood Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

A group of galleries and studios under one roof

Greenwood Collective will be hosting two outdoor art walks this month!

We’re taking art walk outdoors this Friday night at our usual time! Join us in Piper’s Lane (just west of the Greenwood Art Collective between the collective and Fred Meyer) on Friday, 9/11 from 5-9 pm for some socially distanced perusal of original art, including painting, illustration, photography, crystals and gemstones, jewelry, and lots more.

We’ll be setting up again in the same spot from 12-5 pm on Sunday, 9/27, so be sure to stop by and see us in the daylight too.

At both events we’ll be keeping our community safe by wearing masks and socially distancing, and we ask you to do the same.

Phinney Center Gallery:  6532 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site

PNA Member, Staff and Volunteers Show

SEPTEMBER 11 – OCTOBER 9
at the Phinney Center, 6532 Phinney Ave N.
Monday – Friday, 9 am-5 pm
and online

Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery – 8570 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Sept 24 – Virtual Art Up with Kevin Astle
Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86478686469

Artist Statement:
I am rather fond of our Cascadia environment. I spend part of every day outside in it. What I observe and further imagine leads to these meditative symbolic drawings.These are elemental contemplations rendered with India ink on paper. I draw these images of wind, stone, water, magnetism, fire, growth and decay all observed and ruminated on daily . Thank you for taking a look.
Example Artwork: “Mending”  30 inches by 40 inches