Also enjoy Summer Streets in our neighborhood from 6-10pm.
A-1 Piano: 7020 Greenwood Ave N
Free cartoon drawings by Max Basom, 12 year old artist! A-1 Piano will have pianos in the street for all to play for PhinneyWood Summer Streets! Also, come check out our piano sidewalk and crosswalk! Artist present.
Ampersand Pantry & Cafe: 424 N 85th St, Suite 1
Open only until 8pm. Oil paintings by Frank Albert Peterson. Artist present.
Avanti Art & Design: 7601 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 101
Monthly rotating art from local artists.
Bherd Studios Gallery: GALLERY CLOSED
Bherd is out on the street for Summer Streets in August. Stop by and check out live painting by John Osgood and Sensei23. The artists will be set-up not far from 85th street on Greenwood Ave N. Artists present.
*Cornuto: 7404 Greenwood Ave N
Artwalk Special featuring a Margherita Pizza and a glass of our house red or white wine for $15. Normal pricing is as follows: $13 for a Margherita pizza, $6 for a glass of our house wine. $4 OFF.
Couth Buzzard Books: 8310 Greenwood Ave N
Live Music by Hank & Claire –PNW Folklore Society Concert 7:30pm.
Echo Echo Gallery (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
Between Two Worlds, Fire Walk With Me on my time in Twin Peaks. Diane, I think these artists even had detailed accounts of my dreams. It’s really something to see, Diane.” The show is curated by Echo Echo Gallery. We’re a group of artists from Seattle that put on a monthly show at The Greenwood Collective for the Phinneywood Second Friday art walk. After a few meetings where we kept talking about Twin Peaks we thought, “Why not just do a Twin Peaks show?”. Of course, we couldn’t keep this amazing idea to ourselves, so we recruited other talented Seattle artists to join in
showing their work inspired by the show. We’ll be supplying the pie and coffee, DJ Shane Deegan will be bringing the Twin Peaks sound and guests are encouraged to dress as your favorite character.
August is a special artwalk for the Phinneywood neighborhood – we close the streets and invite everyone out! Look for our Twin Peaks themed games outside and follow the “Welcome to Twin Peaks” sign for art. Featured Artists for Between Two Worlds, Fire Walk With Me Echo Echo Artists: Alexandria Sandlin, Christopher J Olson, Maxx, Ripley, & Xavier Lopez Jr
Guest Artists: Adrian Gongora, Aliesha Larson, Amy Chisman, Barbara Dunshee, Braden Duncan, Brian Britigan, Casey Brookbush, Chani Murat, Curtis Ashby, Eli Wolff, Eric Dyer, Gus Bulaoro, Hera Won, Jared Lee Steiner, Javier S Ortega, Jennifer Six. Jesse Link, Jimmy Anderson, Jon Young, Jordan Giarratano, Joseph Brooks, Kassandra Davis, Katie Wilson, Kylie Waibel, La Ru, Laura D’Agnolo, Mallory Milke, Mantisart, Megan Marie Bishop, Melissa Jenkins, Mena Aklilu, Michael O’Driscoll, Mike Mullins, Nolan Harris, Reed Carpenter, Ryan “Henry” Ward, Shane Deegan, Starheadboy, Ted McIntyre, TNGLR. Artists present.
The Foundry: 129 North 85th Street
Group show featuring psychedelic art. Artists present.
*Gainsbourg: 8550 Greenwood Ave N
Offering an artwalk special or discount.
In The Red Wine Bar & Cafe: 6510 Phinney Ave N
Ireland panoramic by Doug Plummer. The western edge of Ireland, particularly County Clare, captured me like no other place on earth. I approached the landscape and the culture with an investigative curiosity, and a deeply felt connection that defies explanation. Maybe it is the stories, unknown to me, the outsider, that have been attached to the land and carry a force that affects my gaze. It is certainly the look of that inimitable landscape, shaped by thousands of years of human habitation to the point where architecture has melded into geology. Whatever the source, the resulting photographs are my attempt to extract meaning from the encounter.
Doug Plummer is a commercial and fine art photographer and filmmaker. He is widely published around the world in advertisements and magazines, and has had numerous one-man and group shows around the country. He is a graduate of The Evergreen State College and resides in Seattle’s Bryant neighborhood with his wife Robin and their cat Shadow. Artist present.
Kouzina: 8403 Greenwood Ave N
Fine art photography, copies of oils on canvas and acrylic paintings of the NW by Alexis Henry, Patrick Gonzales and Joh Moore. Artists present.
Majestic Arts Presents: 129 NW 85th Street, Suite B
This month MAJESTIC ART PRESENTS is exploding with excitement!!!!! A depth charge of emotion!!!! Happy to present Ben Ireland and Kirsten Hamann as our featured artists! Ben and Kirsten are long time residents of Seattle. They both have been constant contributers to art, music, and film making. Ben Ireland is also known for his avant garde performances with experimental cosmic bands such as SKY CRIES MARY and UPCHUCK AND THE FAGS. He has composed a sound track for the event and opening night will feature Ireland’s dynamic synthetic realizations, dedicated to cosmic chaos. Kirsten will dazzle you with her colorful sultry impressions of love and art on canvas! The show is titled ” SUPER HEROS AND COSMIC SAMURAI”. Mixed media art thematically focusing on super heroic eroticism and futuristic drug war violence! This show will have a private “Black Light District Room” in which both artists will arouse your artistic urges with erotic art done in black light fluorescent and velvet flock!! Discretion Advised! Come on down! Right across the street from Fred Meyer in Greenwood!
Naked City: 8564 Greenwood Ave N
Rotating monthly artwork by local artists. Artist present.
Neptune Coffee: 8415 Greenwood Ave N
Artwork by Frank Gallimore. Mr. Gallimore’s work has been described as haunting, with its grays and golden earth tones, its cardinal flourishes of blue and red, the recurrence of a single subject harrowed by color and light, as though each subject were only a mind thrown adrift into the world’s vast concerns. Plus, Live Music from 7-9pm by Off The Hook (A Rolling Stones Tribute Band). Artists present.
Oliver’s Twist: 6822 Greenwood Ave N
Colorful, bright paintings by Sarah Ghanooni.
I have always been drawn to bold colors and bright lights, which is evident within my work. I use very broad brushstrokes and try not to get
caught up in all the little details. Through the brushstrokes of paint I can express what I cannot always say.
Phinney Center Gallery: 6532 Greenwood Ave N
Dancing Surfaces presents 32 pieces of art from 22 multi-talented artists. The artists represented in Dancing Surfaces utilize innovative and experimental approaches to the medium of fiber in art. An extensive variety of materials are used to create the works on exhibit including fiber in wax encaustic paint, hand dyed silk, basketry, and felted sculpture. Featured artists include: Patti Belifuss, Ti Locke, Marianne Owen Beattie, Danielle Bodine, Nancy Loorem, Lynne Rigby, Lois Gaylord, Danny Mansmith, Dawn Rogal, Deborah Gregory, Cameron Anne Mason, Carla Stehr, Faith Hagenhofer, Barbara Matthews, Cynthia Stentz, Stacy Hamm, Dorothy McGuinness, Larkin Jean Van Horn, Marie Hassett, Meegan McKiernan, Judith Warren, Marianne Legg, and Barbara Zander. Artists present.
Stretch and Staple: 8005 Greenwood Ave N
Art site providing light h’orderves and beverage will also have a booth outside for Summer Streets. High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photography on Canvas by Taylor McAtee. McAtee has amassed quite the collection of urban and natural scenery from local landmarks to exotic vistas, all the while providing a viewpoint that is distinctly different and transports the viewer to another world.
Film photography to Giclée prints on canvas by Joel Clarin. Joel chooses to work with traditional film cameras, then creates traditional silver gelatin prints or Giclée prints on canvas. Joel tends to prefer black and white images, because it further abstracts the image from the actual space and time it was recorded. His subjects are ‘landscapes’ that attempt to find the grandeur within the ‘ordinary’ and often overlooked.
The Studio of Awesome: 101 N 85th St, Suite 201
The Studio of Awesome presents our very last Pop-Up of AWESOME! This Friday we are featuring over 20 talented local artists and craft makers in our boutique style, central checkout pop-up shop. Lovely gifts like: handmade jewelry, letterpress cards, kids costumes and accessories, cat toys for charity, 2D and 3D art for your walls, household goods, and MUCH more will be on hand for you to purchase in one convenient central checkout (cash or credit cards accepted)! This will be the LAST Pop-Up at the Studio for a while, so please come on over and shop this Friday from 6pm to 10pm and support your local artists and craft makers! Some artists will be present during the event. Hope to see you at the Pop-Up of Awesome: 101 N 85th Street, Suite 201 – above Mori Japanese Restaurant, across from Fred Meyer.
Sundust Oracle Institute: 8312 Greenwood Ave N
Jennifer Siani is an artist who works in diverse media. ZZ XY ZZ assembles objects, weavings and drawings. These pieces chart a practice of meditation through beginnings, searches, discoveries and surrenders.
Tasty: 7513 Greenwood Ave N
FLOTSAM JETSAM ~ art from the sea, opens inside Tasty on Friday August 9th, same night as SUMMER STREETS! As a special treat, our gallery will feature art from SPLENDOR DEVICE, a female painting collection in California with pieces from their “Sleeping with the Fishes” exhibit: Kelly Castillo, Amy Kaplan, Emma Mount, Irene Garcia, Irene Yuen, Jel Ena, Jennie Cotterill, Naomi Hicks, Olga Noes, Sara Haase, Wendy Ortiz. In addition with Brianne Mees, Caitlin Dundon, Julia Garrels, Mary Louise, Myah Bailey, Nina Friday, Sandy Haight and Sarah Gordon.
On this same night, City of Seattle and DOT will close down Greenwood from 67th to 87th so we can all PLAY IN THE STREETS! So, for a 4th year, Tasty is putting together a handmade artisan market out front of the shop, where artists and designers will sell their unique creations to you directly! With live music by Blake Hartigan and as the sun sets, a fire dance by Alexandra Rox YurSox.
Expect to see these artists: Barry McAlister – Ceramic sculptures; Brenda Dunn – Pin-up girl art; Cacie – Moon & Back Memories; Christine Stoll – Jewelry; Court Hoffman – Handcut Stencil art; Dave Ryan – Vinyl Art & more; Drew Dickinson – Candle Sticks; Eric Osborne – Art by E; Hazel Salon – Hazel & Tinsel extensions w/temp tattoos (proceeds benefiting One by One); Helen Troy – Knits and things; Jems – Jewelry; Jessica Wilkinson – Sculpted fun & goodness; Kerry – Kerry’s Krafty Designs; Krista Jefferson – Wild & Whimsical art; Little Orange Room – Kids tees w/unique art; Lyndsay Brown – Hula Hoops & Idle Hands Jewelry; Mary Louise – Art & Jewelry; Rebecca Dickinson – Storybook Illustrator; SockPals – Plush & colorful wearables and SpiderBaby – Unique tees and wearables. Artists present.
Terra Bella Flowers & Mercantile: 7321 Greenwood Ave N
Kristin Nelson of Kri Kri Studio features her Porcelain floral vases from her VIT line. Artist present.
*The Olive & Grape: 8516 Greenwood Ave N
Enjoy 10% off all Olive Oils during the artwalk.
Two Birds Tattoo: 7408 Greenwood Ave N
Best known for depicting her love of play on words, life’s sweet morsels and the sparkly world of burlesque… In addition to working as an international freelance illustrator, Kelly Jackson Brownlee has produced art shows in Seattle, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York. She lives in Seattle with her daughter and their cat Gigi.
Umpqua Bank: 7120 Greenwood Ave N
Presenting 10 year old abstract artist, Jaden Mansfield.
My name is Jaden Mansfield. I am 10 years old and will be starting 5th grade this year at St John School. I did my first painting when I was 3 ½ years old. I thought of it after we went to the Seattle Art Museum and I saw Robert Rauschenberg’s Octave. Over a few years I have learned to make much larger abstract paintings filled with more brilliant colors, textures and new materials. I love Jackson Pollock and how all of his paint is poured on from a can or dripped on with a paint brush. I do both of those things too in my paintings but I do them in a different way. I am very excited to be able to show my work at Summer Streets.
Urban Light Studios (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
Contemporary monthly rotating artwork by local artists.
Warlock Labs: 101 N 85th St, Suite 203
Paintings, drawings, sculpture, and jewelry by Scott Faulkner, Dalton Webb, Tom Dougherty, and John Schmeising. Artists present.
Works Progress: 115 N 85th St, Suite 202
Works Progress to Celebrate National Coworking Week & Host New Artist David McCrae! Join us at Works Progress to celebrate the last day of National Coworking Week! This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about coworking and how to get involved. Refreshments will be served and we’ll be showing art from artist David McCrae.
About the artist:
I began photographing with a Kodak Brownie and started learning the process of photography from my grandparents in Colorado, both dedicated amateur photographers and naturalists. Process was left behind for theory while studying art history at the University of California, San Diego, although chemistry and the beach kept interfering.
The history of photography is replete with examples of image capture without a camera. This series, ‘From a Scanner, Darkly,’ began when travel schedules left no time to work with film. Instead, the rapidly emerging technologies of scanner, computer and inkjet printer became my substitute for photosensitive materials and a darkroom. The subject matter came from the pantry and the garden. Food and flowers; simple subjects but not mundane, for they feed the body and the mind.
We shop weekly at the Pike Place Market for our food. Over the years we have developed relationships with a number of vendors, including DeLaurenti’s, Don and Joe’s Meats, Pike Place Fish, Frank’s Quality Produce, Alm Hill Farm and Pike and Western Wines. We share lives, recipes and beauty with these people. I have started photographing their products to honor them for what they provide
*The Yard Café: 8313 Greenwood Ave N
Offering an artwalk special or discount.