Art Up PhinneyWood: The BIG One: May 8 from 6-9pm; May 9 from 12-5pm

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Art up and chow down in Phinney and Greenwood during the 20th Annual PhinneyWood Art Walk – The BIG One

Friday, May 8, from 6 – 9 pm and Saturday, May 9, from 12 – 5 pm

71 businesses in Phinney and Greenwood from 87th to 65th Streets and 100+ artists will be participating. Featuring art in a wide variety of mediums including visual, performance and music. Information for each venue is listed below.

Download the Art Walk Map here: 2015 ArtWalk Map final Color

Participating Venues:

74th St Ale House: 7401 Greenwood Ave N

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Food and drink specials. Artist studio upstairs – See Sally Eagan below.

7601 ArtWalk Pop Up: 7601 Greenwood Ave N


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Ten local artisans come together for “The Big One” to show and sell their work. Participants include: Patty Makatura’s fine art and paintings, Suzanne Harrison’s screen-printed pillows, Kate Franchimon – gourd artist, Andrea Groenink’s handbags and accessories, Amber Leader’s original art and illustrations, Traci Timmon’s Ballard Sock Critters, Elise Haavik of Seattle Container Gardens, Erin Middleton’s photography, Claudia Haon’s original textile designs and pillows, and Barb Hughes Richardson’s upcycled furniture.

Artists will be present on Friday

A-1 Piano: 7020 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of Nguyen Ly Phuong Ngoc

Nguyen Ly Phuong Ngoc is originally from Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. She holds a BFA focusing on Oil Painting from Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts University. Coming from a family of celebrated poets, she has long lived with art as part of everyday life. Currently based in Seattle, Ngoc’s recent showing venues include A-1 Piano, Starbucks Coffee, University House-Wallingford, The Gardens-Bellevue, Avanti Art & Design, Local Art Cafe in Pike Place, the Seattle Design Center, Boom Noodle restaurant in Capitol Hill, the University of Washington East Asia Library, and the Overlake Hospital Conference Center.

A-1 Piano will feature live music as well

Abram’s Chiropractic:  7815 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of Rachel Crick

I am drawn to the simple beauty of nature. I have been blessed to live in Colorado and Washington where the landscape is varied, beautiful, and plentiful. Creating images from the nature that surrounds me provides a sense of peace and serenity. I am a trained social documentary photographer, regularly focusing on issues dealing with identity, family, as well as capturing portraits of musicians. I have chosen to show a mixture of images, allowing an opportunity to showcase a few sides of my work. I have a Bachelors Degree in Social Documentary Photography from The Metropolitan State University of Denver, and a Masters of Communication in Digital Media from the University of Washington.

Artist will be present on Friday

American Dance Institute:  8001 Greenwood Ave N


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Participating Friday only

American Dance Institute presents dance performances in Studio #1 on Friday only, featuring Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Flamenco, Contemporary and Musical Theatre. A 40 minute program will run Friday 7:00-7:40 pm and again 7:45-8:30 pm.

Avanti Art & Design:  7601 Greenwood Ave N


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Avanti Co-operative Gallery is now Avanti Art Space Share, come see what’s available.

Showcasing art by local artists: Doriane Nieburgs, Tarah Luke, Leela Pastala, David Maynard, Kimberly Sandie, Brendon Fogle, Kristol Jones

Also featuring Custom Frame Design by Wendy Keen & Leela Pastala.

Artists will be present on Friday

Ballard Healing Arts:  8314 8th Ave NW

Spring Storm, Queen Anne

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Featuring the work of artist Rich Brisbois, painter extraordinaire, acrylic on canvas & clothes

Friday evening will also feature Chinese Face Readings by Misa Bowman, Reiki by Tracy & Tibetan Singing Bowl Gong Baths

Beats and Bohos:  7200 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring the work of Traci Paulk

Emerging Seattle artist Traci Paulk creates abstract paintings using an eclectic mix of mediums and surfaces. Fusing elements of drawing, painting, writing and collage, her pieces are guided by intuition and often begin without a specific goal or intent–rather, a life yet to be discovered through the addition and subtraction of strong or subtle lines, swaths of color or layers of fading ink or paint.

Artist will be present on Friday

Bill’s on Greenwood:  8560 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of Angie Ketelhut.

Angie Ketelhut grew up in the Midwest. She received a BFA in Illustration from Minnesota State University Moorhead. Her expressive painting style and use of vibrant colors captures and honors the friends who bring so much joy and happiness to our lives. Angie has sold her work internationally and offers custom portraiture through her website She now resides just outside of Seattle with her husband, son, and Boston Terrier

Artist will be present on Friday

Bluebird Microcreamery & Brewery: 7400 Greenwood Ave N

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Food and drink specials

Caffe Vita:  7402 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring the work of Siege.

Siege’s mixed media painting can be described as “industrial figurative.” The highly layered surface of paper on canvas comprises not only manipulated typography and atmospheric graphs of the surface of Mars, but also fabric, dirt, cardboard from spark plug boxes. The canvas surface is pushed, pulled, scratched, scraped, and attacked with an industrial belt sander to grind away at the results. Frames are reclaimed cedar.

Artist will be present on Friday on some of Saturday

Chaco Canyon:  8404 Greenwood Ave N

Art and Chow site

Featuring the work of Brian Bugge, a Pacific Northwest native who has lived in the area nearly all his life. As an active duty service member, his travels take him all over the world constantly providing outstanding subjects to shoot. Aside from portrait and event photography, he enjoys spending time with his wife and daughter, traveling, sailing, diving the Puget Sound.

Brian will not be attending the Artwalk, as he was called away for military service.

Chaco Canyon will be open during the entire artwalk, and we will have our entire menu available for this time.

Chocolati Café:  8319 Greenwood Ave N

Art and Chow site

Featuring the work of Conor Musgrave: Dramatic photography with pristine lines and distinctive colors

Cornuto: 7404 Greenwood Ave N

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Participating Friday only

Food and drink specials

Couth Buzzard:  8310 Greenwood Ave N

Art and Chow site

Featuring the work of multiple artists. Plus an evening folk music concert featuring Sally Burkhardt and John Elwood. Concert details here.


Ric Harkewicz: Stained Glass

S.M. “Blue” Selby: Digial Metalprints

Molly Keen-Aigner: Couth Buzzard Mural

Holly Feral: Photographs

James Allen: Collages

Ruby Smith: “Hidden Shadow of Cancer” Photography

Diggity Dog:    8317 Greenwood Ave N

Art and Chow site

Food and drink special

Diva Espresso:   7916 Greenwood Ave N

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Food and drink specials

Echo Echo Gallery: 8537 Greenwood Ave N

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El Chupacabra:  6711 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring original oil paintings by Seattle artist, Tracy Wallschlaeger. Her work has been featured in community newspapers, Seattle Animal Shelter, Shoreline Community College and the First Avenue Women’s Shelter.

Artist will be present on Friday

Emerald City Karate:  8314 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of two artists:

Martijn Caspar Swart: I began to teach myself painting after many years of drawing and began my studies in art independently. I closely scrutinized artists and masterpieces to understand their techniques; I spent time in museums and galleries in the Netherlands, France, and Spain. I was predominantly in my own mind exploring creative ideas. Guided by my developing understanding of the world of master painters, I decided to study for several years under Juliette Aristides at Gage Academy and expand my technical abilities. The human figure, as a subject, was reborn to me over the course of my studies and it is now time for me to revisit the ambitions of my creative mythologies in more personal projects.

Mandy Hallenius: Mandy has completed more than four years of drawing and painting coursework at the Aristides Atelier at Gage Academy, Corry Studio of Figurative Art in Salt Lake City, and Mims Studios in North Carolina. She is President and Co-Founder of The DaVinci Initiative and is a certified K-12 art teacher and board member of the Washington Art Education Association. She has 7+ years of classroom experience, and teaches professional development workshops for art teachers all over the United States.

Fit 4 You Alterations:    7411 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of Todd Schlemmer

Todd Schlemmer makes slow photographs with film, using tools he has designed in CAD software and created with 3D printing. Familiar situations are recast with deliberate distortion and perspective. Long exposures (often surreptitious) put subject matter in a temporal context. Todd’s pinhole camera designs are used by people all around the world.

Gainsbourg:  8550 Greenwood Ave N

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Participating Friday only

Food and drink specials

Green Bean Coffeehouse:  8533 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of two artists:

Timothy Stephens: Altego Design; leather mask exhibit

Jiross Lakey: A collection of salt water color paintings. The pieces themselves are inspired by color, depicting many simple but interesting things found in life.

Artists will be present on Friday

Greenwood Hardware:  7201 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring the work of Megan and Anna Mitchell

Cousins Megan and Anna Mitchell will be displaying a variety of art ranging from mosaic, garden art and jewelry. Most of their pieces contain natural elements including, agates, sea-glass and shells found on various travels and adventures.

Artists will be present on Fridays

Greenwood Library: 8016 Greenwood Ave N



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Featuring the work of two artists – Katarina Schmidt and Thendara Kida-Gee and displays of “Creative Art for Seniors” classes by Betsy Dahlstrom

Artists will be present on Friday

Herkimer Coffee: 7320 Greenwood Ave N


Art and Chow site

Featuring the work John Holm – beach themed paintings on reclaimed wood frames

The impressionist style of John’s art allows for movement, essentially capturing the harmonious affair between surfer and sea. He moves beyond the literal “perfect wave” and straight into the soul of surfing.

Painting on wood and making reclaimed wood frames add to the character of his coastal style. He has been featured in Surfer’s Journal, Liquid Salt and Club of the Waves.

HomeStreet Bank: 7201 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring the work of Melissa West

Hooyman Chiropractic:  143 NW 85th St


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Featuring the work of Anna Hooser

Inspired by old black and white photographs, Anna paints portraits of what she sees in the beautiful history of the picture and allows the color to take on a life of its own.

Hooeyman Chiropractic will also be providing free chair massages for everyone who ventures in to check out the art.

Illumination Learning Studio:  7720 Greenwood Ave N


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Group show featuring art made by Illumination Learning Studio students, ages 5-13, during the course of the year, and art made by the teachers including Juliet DeMarco, Ali Fulton, CM Piper and Sofia Piel. Illustration above is a collaborative piece made by several children using finger paint, construction paper and cotton.

Artists will be present on Friday

In- Season Café:  6412 Phinney Ave N

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Featuring the work of Barry Wong, photographer. Barry will be showing still life photographs of food. Barry is a former Seattle Times staff photographer, Pulitzer Price Finalist and currently teaches photography at Lakeside school in Seattle.

Artist will be present on Friday

Happy Hour Food & Drink Specials during the duration of the Art-Walk, but we are also offering box lunches, Kettle Korn and Doughnut Holes for the kids, and seating for tired Art Walkers.

Johnson and Johnson Antiques:    6820 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring the work of Walter Charm

Live music by Trio Con Brio Friday night

Artist will be present on Friday

Kouzina:  8403 Greenwood Ave N

Art and Chow site

Food and drink specials

Le Merde:  6421 Phinney Ave N


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Featuring the work of Mark George

Florida Artist Mark George’s paintings of love, anguish and anxiety spare no emotion, and bear no subliminal message. The look created is genre crossing: a Dada approach, a Pop sensibility.

Artist will be present on Friday

Luxe Lighting:  8214 Greenwood Ave N

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McGraw Carpets:  155 N 78th St

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Metropolis:    7319 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring the work of Simon Campbell who uses acrylics, inks, pens for his art.

Originally from England and now a NW resident, Simon picked up the paintbrush in 2005 and likes to travel whenever he can to get out of the city, but mostly he is just kicking it around Seattle. Artist will be present on Friday

Light snacks, coffee, tea and water available

Mud Bay: 8532 1st Ave NW (Morrow Lane and 1st Ave)


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Featuring the work of Missy Dahl, water color illustrations of beautiful pups. All are great examples of the possibility of having your own pup painted into an awesome work of art!

Artist will be present on Friday with her pup

Munch Café:  8576 Greenwood Ave N



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Artist : Va’sil

A collection of paintings that celebrate the importance of positivity, vibrance and the desire to transcend the monotony of daily life.

Artist: Antonija Hasanbegovic

A collection of beautiful and exquisite expressions of acrylic paint on large canvases.

Artist: B. Perreault

Miniature expressions of Seattle landmarks, available to take home same day! Paintings will be gift wrapped and can make excellent souvenirs or gifts for friends!

Naked City:  8564 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of Casey Brookbush: Awesome paintings of musicians and spaceships.

Artists will be present on Friday

Naked City will also be offering special beers from over 25 Nanobreweries in Washington State, and nano food specials from Chef Tessa as part of Seattle Beer Week.

Oliver’s Twist:  6822 Greenwood Ave N

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Participating Friday only

Featuring the work of Ariel Millihart: An eclectic collection of whimsical art.

Artist will be present on Friday

Phinney Books:  7405 Greenwood Ave. N


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Featuring the work of Mark O’Malley, painter: Folk art paintings of storefronts you know and love along Phinney and Greenwood Avenues.

Artist will be present on Friday

Phinney Center Gallery:  6532 Phinney Ave N


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Presenting Layered Forms, an exhibition featuring the work of Suzan Fant, J. Gordon, and Lindsey Shepherd. Suzan Fant’s art is an exploration of possibilities. The focus is on color and pattern, light and movement. The mixed media works of J. Gordon reflect his interest in underlying structures, systems and layers, the landscape and its representation. Lindsey focuses on contrast and simplicity in her series for this show.

Artists will be present on Friday

Phinney Ridge Cabinet Co:  8003 Greenwood Ave N

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Phinney Ridge Eye Care:    7423 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of Leigh Gardner

My work is part of a technique I call “Torched Acrylic Process.” It is comprised of a mix of iridescent paints, wax, layers of mediums and fire, torching parts of the painting. My inspiration for many of my pieces comes from being a Hospice RN and runner.

Phinney Ridge Lutheran:  7500 Greenwood Ave N

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Push/Pull Gallery:  8537 Greenwood Ave N


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It’s a food themed show. The featured artist is Rich M Stevens and complementing art from Seth Goodkind, Marty Gordon, Corianna Garrels, Katie Wheeler, Kellyportfolio, Ben Horak, Savannah Horrocks, Monika Ptok-Byard (Ontario) and Helena Reis (Portugal). We also have a gift shop featuring local indie comics and are adding two new illustrators for May.

Artists will be present on Friday

Ridge Pizza:  7217 Greenwood Ave N

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Food and drink specials

Sally Eagan (above 74th St Ale House):  7401 Greenwood Ave N


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Open studio of artist Sally Eagan: encaustic paintings using mixed media and photos and bees wax. Studio is at 7401 #2, up the stairs on the right side of the 74th Street Ale House.

Artist will be present on Friday

Salon Mercury:  7513 Greenwood Ave N


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Particpating Friday only

Featuring the work of Alex Achaval: Abstraction and Surrealism paintings, oil & acrylic on canvas

Artist will be present on Friday

School of Rock:  106 N 85th St (Morrow Lane and 1st Ave)

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Seattle Recreative:  8408 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring paintings and prints by Jeffrey Hantman. Jeff Hantman received a BFA in printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1995 and has been living and working in the Bay Area for 20 years. In his studio he disassembles these collected items and reconfigures them into large sculptures that resemble objects that may or may not be obsolete. He combines woodworking, printmaking and painting to create his sculptures.

Additionally, we will be offering these FREE (all ages) community events and entertainment

May 8th, 6-8pm: Nightmerriment Fuzzy Monsters
Walk around puppetry by artist and storyteller Matthew Hopkin

May 8th, 6-8pm: Fairytale Puppet Theater
FREE Make & Take workshop with award-winning puppeteer and artist Sarah Frechette. Using recycled art materials, kids will create fairytale animal puppets inspired by the vibrant, and imaginative puppetry art of “What The Moon Saw”, an artful adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s Thumbelina and The Ugly Duckling.

May 9th, 12-2pm: Family Play Studio
Hands-on activities with early childhood educator Jessica Lord. We will be building with loose parts and playing with a variety of sensory and art mediums in a dynamic and playful environment that honors our natural desire to experiment and explore. This FREE two hour drop-in playtime is child-directed and self-paced.

Stretch & Staple:  8005 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring the work of Aaron Reed

Aaron is a Pacific Northwest native offering Limited Edition Fine Art Nature photography prints in various mediums including canvas, acrylic and aluminum (ChromaLuxe) as well as traditional photographic paper prints. Images from these collections are limited to 50, 100 or 200 total pieces regardless of size or medium. Once a total number of pieces have been produced, it will never again be printed as a fine art piece.

Taproot Theatre:  208 N 85th St

Art and Chow site

Taproot Theatre is hosting the first Phinneywood Camp Fair during the Phinneywood Art Walk, giving parents and kids the opportunity to learn about local organizations who offer camps for kids this summer. Participating organizations will include:

Taproot Theatre Company Acting Studio
Wheelhouse Workshop
American Dance Studio
Burke Museum
Bureau of Fearless Ideas
Greenwood Public Library
PNA Whittier Kids Kindercamp

Teachers Lounge: 8505 Greenwood Ave N

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Particiapting Friday only

Food and drink specials

Thaiku:  6705 Phinney Ave N

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Food and drink specials

The Fiber Gallery:  8212 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring fiber art by Maile Jones, including pieces from her River Series as well as the storms and fires of nature, painted on rug canvas in wool fabric, roving, handspun yarn, dyed locks, and sari silk.

I am a fiber nut. I love the texture; the color and form and dimensionality of fiber. I love that fiber comes from animals such as sheep and alpacas. I love choosing a fleece, skirting, washing, carding, dyeing, and spinning it.

Just as my medium is organic so is my inspiration; the subject of my pieces is likely to be drawn from nature. For example, I am in love with rivers. I feel that I am just beginning to find ways of expressing that in fiber art.

Rug hooking is tactile, rhythmic, meditative and wild. It’s been described as painting with wool. For me, rug hooking is the best of all possible worlds — the richness of art using fiber.

The Fixture Gallery:  8221 Greenwood Ave N


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Featuring the work of Connie Fu

Artist will be present on Friday.

Light hors d’oeuvres and wine on Friday. Open Saturday from 10-4 with a drawing and fun activities.

The Olive and Grape: 8516 Greenwood Ave N

Windows to Ancient Wisdom -- Bull Elephant

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Featuring the work of Jodi Gaylord, owner of City Escapes nature Photography, and busking by Seattle Historical Arts for Kids.

The natural world is an amazing place, full of dignity, drama, and humor – and of course, mesmerizing beauty. City Escapes Nature Photography was founded as a means to capture some of Mother Nature’s more expressive moments, from the regal to the goofy, and share them with other lovers of nature. If you are a fan of wild animals and beautiful places, come spend some time with us: polar bears, lions, and elephants are just some of the critters awaiting you. We offer limited-edition prints in a range of options from giclee on canvas to classic photographic prints, either framed and ready to hang on the wall, or awaiting your own personal framing designs.

Seattle Historical Arts for Kids (SHAK) has been introducing young people to 12th-18th century music, dance, theater, and culture since 2005. SHAK has been invited to revive our 2014 adaptation of Alcina at Early Music America’s Young Performers Festival on June 12 in Boston. It’s an amazing opportunity for the cast of kids and teens, aged 6-17, who will be right in the midst of the Boston Early Music Festival, hailed by The Times (London) as “the world’s leading festival of early music.” All of our students are learning about the craft of performance, working with experts in the field, and taking their places in the chain of people keeping these old arts alive for future generations. We hope to inspire our own young performers with a glimpse of the widest horizons for early music in America — and to encourage other teaching artists to create their own venues for children and teens to engage with such beautiful and intellectually enriching historical material.

The Vineyard Wine Shop:  8218 Greenwood Ave N

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Free wine tasting Friday night

The Yard:  8313 Greenwood Ave N

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Food and drink specials

Top Ten Toys:  120 N 85th St


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Featuring the work of Aaron Reed

Aaron Reed is a professional landscape & nature photographer born & raised in the Pacific Northwest. His limited edition photographic prints are prized by collectors and businesses around the world.

Artist will be present on Saturday

Two Birds Tattoo: 7408 Greenwood Ave N


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Cute for a Cause – Featuring the work of Two Birds Tattoo artists as well as goods and gift certificates up for a silent auction from MANY local businesses.

All proceeds are going to Old Dog Haven and The Seattle Animal Shelter. Donations of pet supplies or pet food welcomed.

Includes catered appetizers and cocktails, a face painter and a puppy kissing booth!

Artists will be present on Friday

Umpqua Bank:  7120 Greenwood Ave N

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Participating Friday only

Featuring artists:

Jaden Mansfield, abstract painter and 6th grade student at St. John’s

Jesse Card, Laser Cutting and Engraving Artist

Kendra Crowe, Glass Mosaic Artist

Artists will be present on Friday

Urban Light Studios:  8537 Greenwood Ave N


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“Wine Not” featuring the work of Amelia Sherritt

Amelia Sherritt has lived in the Seattle area her entire life and finds inspiration in her city and the surrounding beauty of the state of Washington. Her passion lies within her study of art history and love of industrious arts. Her palette of work relies solely on the foils from emptied wine bottles. Each piece of art contains hundreds, if not thousands, of wine foils.

Live music from 7 – 9 pm featuring Peter and the Tribe

Valentine’s Men’s Grooming:  7912 Greenwood Ave N

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Featuring the work of artists Doctero from Cuba and Jairo from Nicaragua

Vitality Pilates: 7216 Greenwood Avde N


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Featuring the work of abstract painters Jessica Keteyian and Ingrid Matthews Olson who explore energy and affect through color, taking inspiration from light, music and geometry.

Artists will be present on Friday

Warlock Labs: 101 N 85th St #203

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GROUP SHOW of works inspired by wrestlers – from the superstars of the 80s, to Mexican luchadores, backyard amateurs, MMA, and Japanese garbage wrestlers – no holds barred, oh yeah!”

Featuring Scott Faulkner, David Lasky, Eli Wolff, and more!

Artists will be present on Friday

Windermere Greenwood: 311 N 85th St


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“West is East” photographs by Marlin Greene, proprietor of one earth images

Artist will be present on Friday

Music and refreshments from 6 to 8 pm Friday

Woodland Park Presbyterian Church: 225 N 70th St


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Featuring the work of Elizabeth Bryant

Elizabeth uses oil and pigment on paper The New York Times was wrapped in prior to delivery; oil and mixed media on conjoined multiple small canvases.

Paintings of “Imaginary Beings,” mostly based on the Jorge Luis Borges book of the same name, now coming out of their cave after a long hibernation to take a look around.

Artist will be present on Friday

Open Mic Night

Woodland Park United Methodist:    302 N 78th St


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Featuring artists:

Carol Waymack-photography;

Linda Lee Phelps-acrylics;

Jonny Cashmere-graffiti and masks;

Joline El-Hai-night lamps;

Kathleen McCarty-oils;

and pieces from “Sanctuary Art,” a program for homeless kids.


Phinney Gospel Choir, led by Kent Stevenson, Friday at 7 PM and 8 PM

Pianist Keith Bergman – Saturday from 2 – 4 PM

Works Progress: 115 N 85th St

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Featuring paintings by artist Mary Anne Nagy.
Mary Anne received her degree in art from the University of San Diego. Her Pause for Animals series of bright acrylic animal paintings was born shortly before she and her family (including husband Bill, and daughters Anna Beth and Mary Lee) uprooted from the Midwest and moved to Seattle in 1996. In Pause for Animals a bright sense of whimsy is often married to an aura of mystery and wonder: “Funny. Scary. Like us, not like us—who are these furry, scaled and feathered ones who also inhabit this fragile planet?” This group of paintings is part of her ongoing dream to combine her delight in painting animals with a longstanding interest in issues of animal advocacy and compassion. It is done with a prayer that we humans gain a greater love and respect for the strange, unique and wonderful found in them and work to translate that into making this a better world for all.
Fun for all ages, there will be appetizers, juice and wine available Friday night. Children’s art activities in the lobby.

Art Up PhinneyWood: Fri, April 10 from 6-9pm

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A-1 Piano: 7020 Greenwood Ave N

Sunny Molholland’s private collection of Bad Art goes on display this month. Come vote for ‘baddest art’ entry! Bad junk food also in abundance, and of course, wine, which is hopefully not bad!

Avanti Art & Design Co-op Gallery & Frame Shop:
7601 Greenwood Ave N

Featuring monthly rotating local artists. Artists present.


Ballard Healing Arts: 8314 8th Ave NW
Featuring photography from Lisa Dean as well as mini Reiki sessions & Tibetan Bowl Singing (gong baths). Lisa is a photographer, writer and general playfully artist – squiggle creatures emerge from pens and photos seem to take themselves. She’s been trying to ease away from the desk job and live out her creations – believing that free expression is a path to healing. Artist present.

Bill’s on Greenwood: 8560 Greenwood Ave N
Featuring photography by Alec Mills:

Northwest natural light and lifestyle photographer specializing in portraits and fine art.

Artist present.

Couth Buzzard Books: 8310 Greenwood Ave N



McGraw’s Direct 2 U Carpet: 155 N. 78th St.

Featuring oil, acrylic, and water color landscapes by Edith Crighton. Artist present.


Munch Cafe: 8576 Greenwood Ave N

Featuring acrylic paintings on canvas from B.Perrault.


Naked City: 8564 Greenwood Ave N

Portraits of musicians oil on canvas by Casey Brookbush. Artist present.


Phinney Center Gallery: 6532 Phinney Ave N  

Show titled: The Curious Worlds of Suz & Kelly O’Dell, Erika Rier and Kalindi Thompson. Suz and Kelly are mother/daughter collaborators inspired by the beauty and mystical properties of gemstones and metals. Their work, whimsical one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces feature precious and semi-precious stones, set in silver and bronze. Erika Rier is a fine artist and illustrator working mostly in ink, gouache, and watercolor on paper. Her work is in a style she calls folk surrealism through which she explores her dream life, mythology, politics, and gender. The drawings are filled with complex repeating patterns, bright color, and figures or women, children, and creatures. Kalindi Thompson’s current show is inspired by her recent road trip to her childhood home, and harkens to her colorful hippy youth with coastal fields of wild flowers, often with colorful socks, macramé and rainbow colored god’s eyes. Come see the work of these artists in the Phinney Center Gallery April 1st-24th. Join us for the opening reception, Friday, April 10th 7- 9 pm! Artists present.


Seattle ReCreative: 8408 Greenwood Ave N Featuring fiber art and art quilts by Kim Tepe.

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Stretch and Staple: 8005 Greenwood Ave N

Art site providing light h’orderves and beverage. Group Show Featuring: Christian Coxen, Morgan Keuler, Brian Quinn, Dennis Lussier, Taylor McAtee, Vishal Goklani and Joel Clarin. Featured Photographer Christian Coxen. Growing up on the Olympic Peninsula Christian is a Pacific Northwest photographer and deck hand currently working aboard a boat on a voyage from Southeast Alaska to Florida. In his travels he has been fortunate to go to visit places off the beaten track not reachable by car or plane and I believe you will see that in his work. The places may have a familiar pacific northwest vibe, but they are hard to place as we rarely see photographs from these tucked away corners of the pacific northwest. Artists present.



Urban Light Studios: 8537 Greenwood Ave N, Suite 1

Featuring art from Alex Achaval and Jeremy Kronbach, and live music performances from TBASA as well as Ethan J. Perry & The Remedy Band. Alex Achaval’s work touches on overlapping themes by incorporating abstraction and surrealism into large painted collages that combine disjointed elements. He works in developing forms that do not follow logical criteria, but are based only on subjective associations and formal parallels which incite the viewer to draw their own conclusions. Jeremy Kronbach’s body of work serves as a reflection of travel, echoing the idea of place. Sometimes, his paintings suggest a physical location, other times compositions emerge from memories associated with the idea of a former home. Inspired by West Coast abstract expressionists such as Richard Diebonkorn and Raimonds Staprans, Jeremy uses abstraction to process the difficulty of returning to the places he used to inhabit while attempting to connect the duality of past and present. Artists present.


Warlock Labs: 101 N 85th St. #203

Featuring art by Memo Diaz, Scott Faulkner, Rick Garland, Jon Morris, Adam Watson, Dalton Webb, Eli Wolff, Jason Zayas. GOT HAM? : Heroes and Villains of the Bat-Verse. At this month’s Greenwood Art Walk, we’re showcasing the colorful and hammy characters from Batman’s comics, movies, and TV shows. Put on your best henchman’s outfit and come on down to the Lab! Artists present.

Woodland Park Presbyterian Church: 225 N 70th

Monthly rotating artwork by local artists and open mic. Artists present.