Art Up PhinneyWood Art Walk: Fri, November 9 from 6-9pm

A1 Piano: 7020 Greenwood Ave N
Featuring artist, Elise Richman. My paintings explore the relationships between engaging in an artistic process, evoking a sense of place, and expressing time’s passage. I pool, stack, scrape, scrub, pour, stain, drip, collage, and fuse oil, acrylic, and encaustic paint, engaging in processes that reflect forces of nature and capture a state of flux. Color is an important part of my works’ expressive content. It is applied as a palpable, optical element, as a substance that can be felt as well as seen.

My process-oriented art is conceptually driven. Each layered piece exhibits the history of its making, which acts as a layered metaphor for time’s passage. Landscapes embody geological time just as psychological topographies bear the imprint of time passed through the course of generations. Artist present.

Art on the Ridge: 8005 Greenwood Ave N
“A Moment To Remember And Give Thanks” Visual art by Nicole Stremlow Monahan, Priscilla Neilson, Jeff Somudesky, Garet Wolfe, Amanda Phipps, and Jennifer Cutshall. Artists present.

Assemble Gallery: 7406 Greenwood Ave N
“alleglory” ; n. [al-uh-glor-ee] a totally made up combination of allegory, and glory; definition: “stories from my glory days” Danielle is a graphic designer, an art blogger/curator {aka the Jealous Curator} and a mixed media artist. In recent years, Danielle’s work has focused on her love for mundane nostalgia – often featuring the suburbs, the regular people who live there, and the ordinary lives they lead.

Danielle Krysa will be having a skype date and twitter party with her fans from Canada during the show!

*Bleacher’s Pub: 8118 Greenwood Ave N
Stop in for a discounted appetizer or entrée during the monthly art walk.

Bherd Studios Gallery NEW LOCATION!!
312 N 85th Street, Suite 101 (above Chase Bank)
Bherd Studios Gallery is pleased to introduce art that bites back: works exploring the dualism of humanity and nature. In Picture Perfect seven artists present paintings, prints and mixed media artwork that prompts us to consider how we interact with the wild and wooly, and how those interactions in turn change and shape us. How do we see the natural world: as fearsome and dark, welcoming and fuzzy, a place where we have a niche or an alien kingdom quite separate from ours?

Whether cuddly or cruel, the natural world and its animal denizens are omnipresent in the works of Picture Perfect. Some are a mix of savage and sweet, from the furry Little Monster Dolls by Savannah Horrocks—expertly combining cute and creepy—to the skeletal deer, serpents, insects and birds that appear in Lea Barozzi’s twilit Gothic paintings. Somewhere between “aw!” and “aaah!”, Mary Louise Silva’s series of close-up animal portraits presents both fuzzy flesh and bared bone, revealing the hard truth of the skeleton beneath the friendly exterior. And innocence gets skewered by reality when RAWKSON is around: his big-eyed, mute-mouthed stuffed animals are subjected to all manner of cruelties that subvert expectations and bring a dark laugh to your lips. Participating artists include: Lea Barozzi, Savannah Horrocks, Jeff Leake, MJ Lindo, Mary Louise Silva, RAWKSON, and Joe Vollan and will be on exhibition through December 21. Artists present.

*Carmelita’s: 7314 Greenwood Ave N
$5 Happy Hour Menu All Night!

The Chocolate Shoe Box: 7410 Greenwood Ave N
Wood carvings by Izzy. Artist present.

Couth Buzzard Books: 8310 Greenwood Ave N
7:30pm. Jaspar Lepak – PNW Folklore Society Coffee House Concert.  The PNW Folklore Society Monthly Coffee House Concert. Jaspar Lepak is a folk/country singer with a remarkable gift for melody and poetry. Since 2003, Lepak performed throughout the Midwest, but in 2009 she moved to Durban, South Africa where she shared her songs across the overwhelming beauty of a South African landscape. She returned home to Minneapolis in November 2011 and performed at venues including the Cedar Cultural Center, the Dakota Jazz Club, and the Aster Cafe. She recently moved to Seattle and has two CDs: Forgiving Wind and her 2010 release Send Me Home.

Echo Echo Gallery (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
Echo Echo is celebrating two solid years of presenting the best in Alternative, Pop and Urban Art by moving into a larger space! We are moving across the hall into the old BHERD Studios Gallery Space! We are proud and excited to enter our third year with increased hours–we are now open every Friday–and now we have more room in which to present amazing art! Join Mike Capp, Maxx Follis, Xavier Lopez Jr., Christopher J. Olson, Ripley and Alexandria Sandlin as we celebrate the bright, bright future of the gallery that echoes! Artists present.

*Gaspare Ristorante and Bar: 6705 Greenwood Ave N
Artwalk Bellini Cocktails $5. Plus Happy Hour menu from 5-7pm only $4 – $7 items with special cocktail and wine prices.

Gainsbourg: 8550 Greenwood Ave N
Monthly rotating artwork by local artists.

Home Suite Home Gallery (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
Please join the Corbis Photography Club for their first photography exhibition  The theme of the show will focus on the beautiful Northwest, as well as the change in seasons. Featuring the works of Vedada Sirovica, Rich Zollner, Jennifer Walker, Scott Lacy, Kay Tomlinson, Heike Grodecki, Mary Byrne and Jonathan Steinberg. Artist present.

In The Red Wine Bar & Cafe: 6510 Phinney Ave N
Monthly rotating artwork by local artists.

Kouzina: 8403 Greenwood Ave N
Alexis Henry, (fine Photography), Jon Moore (Acrylic painting), Shayla Rasmussan (Jewelry). Artists present.

Makeda Coffee: 153 N 78th Street
Photographs shot with a vintage 1953 Rolloflex camera and printed old-school style, by hand, on fiber paper by artist Sandra Coan. Artist present.

Naked City: 8564 Greenwood Ave N
Surreal figurative mythology by Eric Blazer.  Artist present.

Oliver’s Twist: 6822 Greenwood Ave N
Inspired by urban landscapes, botany and make believe monsters. Most creations are made of ink, gouache, wood, paper-cuts, love and a sense of humour by Emmalee Bozek. Artist Present.

PNA Gallery: 6532 Phinney Ave N
In October and November, the Phinney Center Gallery will showcase the work of sixteen local artists. These artists were selected by jurors for our annual Northwest Fine Arts Competition. Artists include: Tina Carter, Suzan Fant, Julie Fisco, Susan Gans, Trisha Gilmore, Elizabeth Halfacre, Irena Jablonski, Anita Lehmann, Chris Maynard, David McCrae, Dorothy McGuinness, Susan Miller, Gordon Nealy, Wanda Pelayo, Tamara Stephas, and Suze Woolf. Artists present.

Rockwell Realty: 8315 Greenwood Ave N
“17 hours” – Photography by Stephanie Moe
“A collection of images taken over the course of one summer Seattle day. No set destinations or planned shots, just whatever the day brought and my eye saw. A very fun challenge!”

Tasty: 7513 Greenwood Ave N
Artist Reception party is on Friday, November 9th, from 6-10pm. We will be honoring David Camisa, our feature painter from Vancouver, BC Canada. He was invited to paint a collection of images inspired by Greek Mythologies to represent their triumphs, their tragedies and even their temptations.

Joining David in a group show of the same theme are 11 other artists from around the country: Jarrod Eastman, Joanna King-Yost, Jody Joldersma, Joe Vollan, Kurtis Rykovich, Lacey Bryant , Levi Hastings, Megan Majewski, Rob Schwartz, Sheri DeBow and Siolo Thompson. Artists present.

*The Olive & Grape: 8516 Greenwood Ave N
Enjoy 10% off all Olive Oils during the artwalk.

Two Birds Tattoo: 7408 Greenwood Ave N
Monthly rotating artwork by local artists.

Urban Light Studios (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
Monthly rotating artwork by local artists.

Warlock Labs: 101 N 85th Street, #203
Artwork by Scott Faulkner, Dalton Webb and Tom Dougherty.

*Art venues offering artwalk specials and discounts.