Art Up PhinneyWood Art Walk Feb. 12 from 6 – 9pm

Participating venues:

Download a copy of this month’s map here: February Art Walk Map

Abram’s Chiropractic:  7815 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Victoria Kemery

As a Northwest native, Victoria’s art is influenced and inspired by her love of music, wine and flowers, as well as the diverse beauty that encompasses the Pacific Northwest. From the beginning, the magical transformation of clay, canvas and recycled materials has affected her whimsical, humorous and sometimes emotionally process. Her love for using recycled and found materials makes each piece a unique creation.

Artist will be present

Ballard Healing Arts:  8314 8th Ave NW
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Diana Comstock

Paintings inspired by Eastern & Asian Art, animals, magic, dreams, shamanism, Buddhism and symbols.

In addition to art we will have mini Reiki Sessions, Free I-Ching Readings & Voluspa Candles for sale.

Good time to purchase a Valentine’s Day Massage Gift Certificates on Supersale (BOGO) or Aromatherapy gifts.

Bill’s on Greenwood:  8560 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site


Featured Artist: Amy Davies

Amy Davies is a photographer who focusses on Pacific Northwest architecture and landscape.

“Beauty is in unexpected places and I believe that beautiful deserves to be shared. My photography is the way that I can capture those fleeting little beautiful moments so that I can share them.”

Artist will be present

Bluebird Microcreamery & Brewery:  7400 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Chocolati Café:  8319 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Cornuto:  7404 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Couth Buzzard:  8310 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery: 8570 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Nathan Anderson

Charcoal portraiture comprised both of human and animal subject matter

Artist will be present

Frock Boutique: 6500 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Caitlin Dundon / One Heart Studio
Mixed Media

Caitlin Dundon is known for her use of lettering – both handwritten calligraphy and handmade / collaged lettering in her mixed media paintings – using words to convey messages of love, family, friendship and inspiration. At the Frock Shop, Caitlin will be showcasing new mixed media collages featuring hearts, birds, trees, flowers and her own interpretations of the Seattle skyline.

Artist will be present

Art Walk night special: 20% off all jewelry

Gainsbourg:  8550 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Green Bean Coffeehouse:  8525 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Greenwood Collective: 8537 Greenwood Ave N
A group of galleries and studios under one roof



Featured Artist: Moksha Marquardt

Eye to Eye:
Moksha Marquardt
Solo Exhibition

Moksha Marquardt’s surrealist works pull the viewer in, exploring rich subconscious worlds through intricate line work. Heavily influenced by his upbringing in the Pacific Northwest, Moksha’s work reflects ideas such as consciousness in nature, the circle of life, and patterns in the environment.

LIVE MUSIC 7-9 PM : Faint Peter &  Lijie 

Artist will be present

HomeStreet Bank: 7201 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Bernard McGahan
Wood burning
Artist will be present

Kouzina:  8403 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site


Featured Artists: Alexis Henry, fine art photography
Jon Moore, acrylic painting

Alexis will be present

Lucky Dog Clothing: 8201 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Julia Hohlbein Vo

Julia is one of the most talented artists we have ever come across. Her portraits capture her subject with perfection. She will be offering original pieces, as well as custom pieces done per customer request. Julia’s ancestor, Hans Holbein the younger, was a renaissance master who did custom portraits for the likes of King Henry VIII! Once you see her work in person you will have no doubt that she is truly a master! Her art pieces are hard to believe and if you order one of them you will cherish it for a lifetime!


Featured Artist: Rick Williams

Rick “RT” Williams is a seventh generation Nitinaht carver of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations. He is not just a woodcarver, but a community leader. In 2010, Rick’s brother, John T Williams was shot 4 times and killed by a Seattle Police officer. 50 year old John Williams was also a master woodcarver. John was crossing the street, committing no crime, and was shot in the back only 4.7 seconds after the officer left his car. John’s murder ignited outrage amongst the community towards the Police Department. When no charges were brought against the officer, Rick and others feared that some protests may become violent. Rick responded to the heinous act by bringing the community together as one in honoring John by hand carving and raising a 34-foot memorial totem in Seattle Center. The totem stands to honor John’s art, his legacy and to symbolize the community’s response. Rick continues to carve every day and teaches calm, peace, and honor. His positivity and wisdom make him a pleasure to be around. Each piece of his art is amazingly detailed and masterfully hand carved. ​

Munch Café:  8576 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Naked City:  8564 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site


Featured Artist: Sarah Ghanooni
Oil on Canvas Paintings

Rich impressionistic paintings of iconic Seattle landscapes, nature, and people.

Artist will be present

Nutty Squirrel Gelato: 7212 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Oliver’s Twist:  6822 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Phinney Center Gallery:  6532 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artists:  Tracy Simpson and Kappy Trigg

The Phinney Center Gallery will showcase the work of local printmakers Tracy Simpson and Kappy Trigg in February. In the work of Tracy Simpson, there are some themes that she comes back to over and over: time, layers, loss, endurance, what we show others, what we keep to ourselves, what we show ourselves, what we keep from ourselves. Despite all these thematic shifts, she is really quite a rule-governed person who needs anchors.

Northwest artist Kappy Trigg has established herself as one of the area’s noted monotype artists. The compelling monotypes and acrylic paintings in this exhibit exemplify the artist’s focus on unique surface, layering and keen eye for color. Come see their work in the Phinney Center Gallery February 3rd-26th and meet the artists during the Art Walk on Friday, February 12th 7-9 pm.

Artists will be present

Ridge Pizza:  7217 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Seattle Recreative:  8408 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

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Featured Artist: Michael Berry

Michael Berry’s medium of choice is recycled paper. To create these masks, he up-cycled a common household item that tends to be thrown in the trash without a second thought: toilet paper rolls. He uses a method called “wet folding,” and loves how this process produces soft, almost organic lines and texture, creating deep grooves and valleys of expression, greatly enhanced by paint and application techniques. He tends to sculpt elderly faces that depict pain, agony, suffering, or disgruntlement, which leads one to wonder if there is a connection between the medium/subject matter and the human condition.

Artist will be present

Stretch & Staple:  8005 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site



Featured Artist: Taylor McAtee
Fine Art photography

Taylor has amassed quite the collection of landscape photography from exotic vistas to local landmarks all the while providing a viewpoint that is distinctly different

Artist will be present

Thaiku:  6705 Phinney Ave N
Chow Down Site

The Yard:  8313 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Two Birds Tattoo:  7408 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist:  Jeff Blucher

“Post Office” is an ongoing series of black and white photographs, capturing the histories, stories, and styles of US Post Offices, with a visual emphasis on line, shape, and pattern.

Artist will be present.

Warlock Labs:  101 N 85th St #203
Art Up Site


Featured Artists:  Braden Duncan, Scott Faulkner, Dalton Webb, Eli Wolff and more!
Paintings and drawings

ASHES TO ASHES: A David Bowie Art Tribute.

For our next Art Walk event we could think of no better subject than the mercurial Mr. David Jones. We will have plenty of fun and heartfelt tributes to the man and his music along with attending artists.

Artists will be present

Woodland Park Presbyterian Church:  225 N 70th St
Art Up Site

Open Mic Night