Face Off Event at Naked City: Wed, Oct 2 at 7pm

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Event starts at 7pm on Wed, Oct 2nd
Naked City Brewing
8564 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle

Artist will be battling artist in the first edition of “Face Off” presented by Bherd Studios Gallery! Artists will have 15 minutes to create work in each battle. Michelle Anderst & Adam Valmassoi vs Solace & CASH in the tag team event of Flora vs Fauna. John Osgood vs Braden Duncan in the Battle of the Birds. Sensei 23 against HOPS in the Tangle of Typography. And for the Main Event, Aaron Jasinski vs. Larkin Cypher. Winner of each match will be determined by who generated the most for their piece in the live auction which happens after each match. All proceeds go directly to the artist. Be sure to come out to root for and to bid on your favorite artist and your favorite pieces. (Bidders should bring cash, no credit card machine available for this event)

Hourglass Footwear Trunk Sale at Tasty: Wed, Sept 25th 6-9pm

Hourglass Event-Tasty

From the Red Carpet at the VMA’s to Tasty’s Trunk Sale, Hourglass Footwear is making headlines across the globe and it all started with two women, here in Seattle, barely a year ago. http://www.seattlemet.com/style-and-shopping/shop-talk/articles/customized-in-seattle-august-2013

Here’s the story of Hourglass Footwear in their own words:

Wednesday, September 25th, 2013 from 6-9pm
7513 Greenwood Ave N. Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 706-3020


It’s a TRUNK SALE for HOURGLASS footwear that will include jewelry by Manya Vee, chocolate wine sips from the Chocolate Shop, unique music beats by DJ Miss Shelrawka and a photobooth provided by Vitamin Dee.

Here’s some background on the participants…

Hourglass Footwear
These 9 ladies bring a whole new meaning to wearing art. We met the founders, Kira Bundlie and Lisa Strom at Urban Craft Uprising this past summer, whose mission is to help their customers express their unique style and personality through original hand-painted footwear. We immediately started a plan to bring their triple sealed footwear to Tasty shoppers.

Chocolate Shop
NBC’s The Today Show called their chocolate wine “Pure Heaven” and the Wine Spectator blessed it as their favorite chocolate-flavored red wine. What? You haven’t tried it yet. With 7 varieties currently available, there are so many ways to indulge. In 2012 they pulled in some nice awards for their chocolate red wine too. Join us for a taste…

Manya Vee Jewelry
Her new line of contemporary pieces were created to stand the test of time and get handed down as treasures from one generation to the next. They blend Japanese simplicity with Western sophistication.

Miss Shelrawka
Her “about us” says that she blasted onto the Seattle music scene with an army of melodies and a head full of funk. We like her already. A transplant from nyc where she was known for lighting up the dance floors, “her mixing is as clean as her track selection is nasty!” come listen with us, she’s said their could be some funk saturated bass-lines!

Vitamin Dee Photography
Get snapped in your new heels by Dee. This is a girl who after posting a photo on MySpace of DJ Sneak at Escape in Amsterdam, was asked to become a rep for Om Records in NYC. Plus her photo of Andy Dick in LA was published in PDN (Photo District News) as a Top 100 Finalist in the annual One Life Photography Competition and she still finds time to be featured in Seattle’s annual Erotic Art Festival.

*Yet another arts event that is part of WEAVE’s month long festival. Learn more about Seattle’s Urban & New Contemporary Art Fest by visiting weaveseattle.com, runs September 5-28.

PhinneyWood Art Up & Chow Down: Fri, September 13 from 6-9pm

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A-1 Piano: 7020 Greenwood Ave N
Artwork by Emily Nagel. Emily Nagel was born in San Francisco California and raised in Webster Groves MO. She graduated from Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore MD. She currently lives in Seattle WA with her husband and two sons. She teaches art and creates linoleum block prints. Inspired by nature, and the bold imagery that this medium allows. Plus live music by pianist Lesleigh Reinfried. Artist present.

Ampersand Pantry & Cafe: 424 N 85th St, Suite 1
Open only until 8pm. Acrylic paintings by Frank Peterson.

Avanti Art & Design: 7601 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 101
Monthly rotating art from local artists.

Photo courtesy of Bellevue Fine Art Reproduction

Photo courtesy of Bellevue Fine Art Reproduction

Bherd Studios Gallery: 312 N 85th Street, Suite 101
Presenting the completed works of 27 Seattle Urban and Contemporary artists who have collaborated at a live event based on the idea of the Three Man Weave in basketball. Much as the basketball is touched by all 3 players, the finished pieces have all been worked on by all 3 artists on each team.

The artist line-up includes nine teams of three: Ego, Megon Shore & Amy Huddleston; Aaron Jasinski, Augie Pagan & Redd Walitzki; Chris Sheridan, Kathy Liao & Carl Faulkner; Solace, Joe Vollan & Weirdo; Levi Hastings, dear earthling & Cash; Carlos Aguilar, KSera & 179; Siolo Thompson, Braden Duncan & Vedada Sirovica;  Zach Bohnenkamp, Sensei23 & John Osgood; And the Collagemonauts, Marty Gordon, Craig van den Bosch and Tim Manthey. Artists present.


Chocolati: 8319 Greenwood Ave N
Nature photos in negative format by Aeowyn Powell. Artist present.

*Cornuto: 7404 Greenwood Ave N
Artwalk Special featuring a Margherita Pizza and 1 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 Underground Swing –PNW Folklore Society Concert 7:30pm. In the tradition of the Hot Club of France,Underground Swing is a Seattle-area quartet brought together by a shared love of the hip, swinging sounds of the mid-20th century. Think Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli, with their gypsy jazz repertoire. They mix it up a bit with some French musette waltzes, tangos, bossa novas, and tunes from some of the great American songwriters of the jazz age. Free.

Echo Echo Gallery (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
Featuring the work of Echo Echo Artists: Alexandria Sandlin, Christopher J Olson, Maxx, Ripley, & Xavier Lopez Jr. Artists present.

*Gainsbourg: 8550 Greenwood Ave N
Offering an artwalk special or discount.


In The Red Wine Bar & Cafe: 6510 Phinney Ave N
Featuring mixed media and oil paintings by Corinna Sinclair.

About the artist: My name is Corinna and I’m a Seattle and Kona Based Visual Artist and Graphic Designer. I work in a variety of media and my favorite is oil, pencil, pastels, and watercolors. I also like to experiment with modeling and photography projects. I appreciate art in all forms, style, and media. My paintings are somewhat rustic, and each original work has it’s own unique character. I lean a lot on simplicity and bold color. I see hands on art just as important as art created digitally. Exotic ports of call are captured in oil. Most of my work reflects my imagination, emotion, and my personality. Many of my earlier work shows my life growing up in Seattle and Kona, Hawaii – from tropical landscapes to Pacific Northwest moonscapes. Today I paint all kinds of subjects and I continue to grow and experiment with different mediums. Eventually I’d like to focus more on mixed media projects. I look forward to a lifetime of painting.


Kouzina: 8403 Greenwood Ave N
Fine art photography, jewelry and acrylic paintings by Alexis Henry, Sayla Rasmussen and Jon Moore. Artists present.


Ludlow: 7315 Greenwood Ave N
Artwork by Kelly Rae Cunningham.

About the Artist: My paintings began as slabs of clay, ceramic glazes, and the same tools that I use today to apply, layer, and scrape away paint. I fell in love with mixing colors and the smell of oil paint and turpentine, so I turned from clay to canvas. My work is strongly influenced by the materials I work with, not only their physical properties but their history. I paint with many mediums as they lend different qualities to the process: oil for the saturation of color and patience, acrylic for speed, collage and layering for depth, and encaustics (oil and wax) as it is tactile and most like working with clay. My paintings employ layers of color, boldly worked with palette knives and brushes. Artist present.


Majestic Arts Presents: 129 NW 85th Street, Suite B
“The Dead Possum Collective” featuring five innovative photographers and digital artists: M. Collin-Zoe Horne, Billy Grenades, Rich Mealey, Mark Swanson and Nathan Dziewiontkoski. Artists present.

Naked City: 8564 Greenwood Ave N
Reverse glass art by Chris Raine. Artist present.

Neptune Coffee: 8415 Greenwood Ave N
Artwork by Jonathan Wakuda Fischer. Combining studies of traditional Japanese art with modern process and content, his work seeks to address a post-globalized world as well as his own personal biracial history. Using the aesthetic of ukiyo-e woodblock prints, I combine anachronisms and layers of homage to explore cultural dualities. In doing so, I feel like I am part of a centuries-old artistic discourse that has long addressed lineage, obsolesence and appropriation. Plus live music by Delilah Pearl and the Mantarays playing jazz standards from the era of Peggy Lee and Billy Holiday, from 7-9pm. Artist present.


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.

Santoro’s Books: 7405 Greenwood Ave N
Hosting neighborhood cookbook author, Jess Thomson. Jess will be promoting her newest book which she co-authored with Ivar’s Restaurant: Ivar’s Seafood Cookbook. She is also the author of, Dishing Up Washington, Pike Place Market Recipes and Top Pot Hand-Forged Donuts.

Also hosting Daniel Cook, Glass Artist: Daniel L. Cook, a Phinneywood resident and biophysics professor, is primarily a figurative graphics artist but has recently turned to 3-dimensional work that exploits the transparency, solidity, and immediacy of casting glass as an expressive medium. His recent pieces are based on a single facial form, initially sculpted in clay, that appears in both positive and negative impressions. Interlaced with color elements, these forms play to layered themes of psychological opacity, reflectivity, and revelation.

Stretch and Staple: 8005 Greenwood Ave N
Art site providing light h’orderves and beverage. 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. Artists present.


Tasty: 7513 Greenwood Ave N
Our annual mixed media showcase includes 15 regional artists: Craig van den Bosch, Deviant Décor, Elise Koncsek, Eric Edwards, Frances Herring, Gretchen Fuller, Heather Scholl, Jere Smith, Kate Eggelston-Wirtz, Lampcycle, Manya Vee, Marty Gordon, Olvera Designs, RedHardwick and Wilky.

This mixed media showcase will by definition feature creative talent who create visual art using more than one medium. Specific to MIX & MAKE, we favored artists who work in collage and 3-dimensions, and thus the artists have to produce or manufacture their artworks using a more tactile process. We are excited to showcase art that has been invented, in addition to traditionally painted pieces. 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
Rotating artwork by local artists.


Urban Light Studios (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
Kanga photographs to create a connection… to capture a pose, a thought, a glimpse, a moment. Whatever the situation, the images stir up unexpected feelings for him. Transcending time, his mind takes him back to the moments when a smile is pure inspiration, when eyes respond to a friendly gesture, when the laughter of children brings down boundaries, when a brilliant scene is heavenly communion. These are moments caught in stillness to stir movement within one’s inner depth. His photography is a blend of fine art, documentary and street photography.

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
Artwork by Alisha Dall’osto. Inspired by the complexity and variety found in botanical seed structures, Alisha began exploring seed pod forms in a series of acrylic paintings starting in 2008. Initially she concentrated on using bold color palettes and dynamic compositions. As the series evolves, her pieces have grown in scale, and include more expressive brushstrokes, and additional media such as oil paint, pastel, and charcoal into the images. Artist present.

*The Yard Café: 8313 Greenwood Ave N
Offering an artwalk special or discount.

*Venues offering artwalk specials and discounts.