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.
Couth Buzzard Books: 8310 Greenwood Ave N
JULIE MAINSTONE–PNW FOLKLORE SOCIETY COFFEE HOUSE CONCERT. 7:30PM. Free.
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.
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.