Art Up & Chow Down in PhinneyWood: Fri, Feb 14 from 6-9pm


Feb_A1 Piano

A-1 Piano: 7020 Greenwood Ave N
Featuring works from Carleigh Romeis, Ed Leckert, Erika Arndt Klimecky, Heidi Walker, Jessa Lewis, Orian Ahrensfeld, Rakesh Malik and Sarah Henderson. As we think of Valentine’s Day, inevitably, we think of love and beauty. As musicians, artists, photographers, etc; love, art and nature feel intertwined. We’re so fortunate to live in a city surrounded by a community of artists. What better way to think of celebrating this month’s Art Walk than to consider The Great Outdoors. How have you experienced nature? How does art, love and nature intersect for you?

Please celebrate Valentine’s Day with A-1 Piano Sales & Rentals as we enjoy The Great Outdoors. In addition to photography, paintings and jewelry by our friends,  we’ll also be featuring local musical talent! Artists present.

Avanti Art & Design Co-op Gallery & Frame Shop:
7601 Greenwood Ave N
Featuring paper cut work by Nina Crampton, acrylic and mixed media by Babs Fulton, textiles by Frances Herring, photography by Abbie Deleers, acrylic on canvas by Gloria Freitas, pen and ink by Jenny Chang, mixed media by Kristol Jones and Frankie Olivo and special surprise artists. Theme is “What’s Love Got to Do With It? Artists present.


Ampersand Pantry & Cafe: 424 N 85th St, Suite 1
Open only until 8pm. A show of abstract futurist artworks on paper with a northern sense of humor. Jan Tervonen’s work is a combination of clean Finnish design and bold Japanese brushstrokes. Artist present.

Beats and Bohos: 7200 Greenwood Ave N
Creative fantasy pieces and collages with mixed media on various materials by Nostradamus Jr. Artist present.


Bherd Studios Gallery: 312 N 85th Street, Suite 101
Streetlights and Torches, Priuses and Centaurs:
Exploring the Role of Myth and History in Our Everyday Lives

In this two-person exhibition, Crystal Barbre and Kate Protage use paintings and drawings to explore our relationships to mythic themes, and the connections between our modern world and our cultural lineage.

The modern world, in some ways, seems to have become a myth illiterate culture. We create allegory in the movies and television shows that we watch, but our cultural myths are a bit anemic: in a world where we have the struggle of the Kardashians instead of the battle of the Centaurs against their cousins the Lapiths, our stories are less than ideal tools to help us explore the deeper struggles within ourselves. We’re missing the kind of exposure to allegorical art that each individual deserves to own. The struggles of the ancients are the same struggles we go through today. We are not more civilized then the ancient Greeks or Romans—their stories are our stories, and we still need them.

In this exhibition, Barbre and Protage use contemporary models to tell ancient stories, and surround them with elements that are both old and new, just like the art that they’ve chosen to reference. They’ve taken that art that appears on the side of the road and offered their own take on it, right down to depictions of the local traffic that flows around it. Their paintings and drawings pay homage to the work of ancient times, and reframe that work in today’s world. Artists present.

Bill’s On Greenwood: 8560 Greenwood Ave N
Wood carvings of wildlife, portraits, and landscapes by J. L. Anderson. 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
Choroloco–PNW Folklore Society Coffee House Concert 7:30pm. Free.

Echo Echo Gallery (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
Come down, hang out and find something awesome. Featured artists include Alexandria Sandlin, Artifakt Ripley, Braden Duncan, Chani Murat and Xavier Lopez Jr. Artists present.

Frederick’s Beauty Salon: 8524 Greenwood Ave N
World photography by Matthew McSheehy. Artist present.

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

Greenbean Coffee House: 8525 Greenwood Ave N
Photography from around the world by Molly Magee

Illumination Learning Studio: 7720 Greenwood Ave N, Ste 102
Featuring DRAGONS! created by the children of Illumination Learning Studio.


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

Leilani on Greenwood: 10215 Greenwood Ave N
Mixed media paintings by Christine M Bingham created on the theme of “The Miller’s Daughter” based on the famous fairy tale of the story of Rumplestiltskin. Fairy tales can be great parables of mistreated women. Artist present.


Majestic Arts Presents: 129 NW 85th Street, Suite B
A collection of 6 amazing artists working in multiple mediums: Richard Jahn, Dominic Gomez, Tom Columbus, Christina Washington, Tamera Reisenauer and Adam Hansen. Artist present.

Martino’s: 7410 Greenwood Ave N
Artwalk Food & Beverage specials.

Feb_Naked City

Naked City: 8564 Greenwood Ave N
Featuring work by Bernard McGahan who creates wood burn designs on guitars, skateboards, plywood and other media. Artist present.

Neptune Coffee: 8415 Greenwood Ave N
Abstract artwork by local artists.

Oliver’s Twist: 6822 Greenwood Ave N
Rotating artwork by local artists.

Feb_PNA Gallery

PNA Gallery: 6532 Greenwood Ave N
Cynthia Esselman is a mixed media artist. Her February show at the Phinney Center Gallery, titled LAND PATTERNS, is a series of pastels and monoprints that interpret the underlying structure of the landscape. Both abstract and realistic, the pieces explore the texture, patterns and form within the northwest landscape. Artist present.

School of Rock: 106 N 85th Street
Featuring Joya Marsh, who creates abstracted urban imagery and will feature a number of linocuts and collage works. Artist present.

Sip and Ship: 7511 Greenwood Ave N
Artwork by Hannah Spry. Artist present.

Stretch and Staple: 8005 Greenwood Ave N
Art site providing light h’orderves and beverage. Mike Reid is from Seattle and loves living here, having been most everywhere else. He is primarily a Canon floral and landscape photographer. Thin depth of field his poetry. He mostly shoots Canon 5D2 and Zeiss prime lenses. He sees potential photos everywhere he goes. Nothing makes him feel the way he feels with a camera in hand, eye pressed to the eyepiece. I hope you can get a sense of this feeling in what you see here.

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.

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

Feb_Urban Light

Urban Light Studios (Greenwood Collective)
8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1
“Nocturnal Landscapes” by Orion Misciagna. These paintings are meant to be displayed under very low light to create the feeling of night time scenes as much as possible.  Artist present.

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

*Venues offering artwalk specials or discounts.