The BIG One- May 13 and 14



PhinneyWood’s BIG art walk will be Friday, May 13, from 6-9 p.m. and Saturday, May 14, from noon to 5 p.m.

Originally a stand-alone annual event, The BIG One is now the centerpiece of the monthly Art Up PhinneyWood art walks, held the second Friday of each month.

The BIG One includes 70+ venues and 150+ artists. Because of its long history, it attracts hundreds of art walkers. Friday night, in particular, is a festive occasion and becomes a “neighborhood party.”

2016 participating venues:

Download a copy of this month’s map here: BIG ArtWalk Map 2016

(Additional details and images will be added to the website as they become available)

A-1 Piano:  7020 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Alexandra Edwards

Alexandra works in a variety of media. Her work and daily life are influenced by her passions, including music and climbing. She learned that life was the most important art she would ever make and her art is a collection of images based on her everyday experiences.


Featured Artist: Courtney Martin

I have been shooting around the Seattle area for over 8 years. With a fine art background, I want to bring another level to my Portrait photography: A story. My goal is to perfect each and every shoot into a story the viewer can relate to. Working closely with my team, models, hair and makeup artists, stylists and assistants, I ensure continuity between every element, and I edit the images in a near obsessive way. I enjoy connecting with the creative world, and pushing conceptual boundaries. I have been featured in Dark Beauty Magazine, Avari Magazine, Numinous Magazine, and Obscurae Magazine, featuring work from local designers. Collaborating with creative souls around me is my passion.

Music Performance: The Hawkins-Walters Duo (cello and piano) celebrate the release of their new full length album “Tales of Woe” (available on and all streaming platforms) featuring works by Shostakovich, Liszt, Schubert, and Seattle composer Adam Haws. Bradley Hawkins and Lesleigh Walters are active teachers and performers with burgeoning studios and colorful performance schedules.

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

Featured Artist: Robin Jordan

I am a self-taught artist who has been living in Washington since 1980. My work is about people I know and have seen, things I have done with my family and friends and would like to do.  My brilliant colors and movement tell a story.  My faceless people makes many think of what he or she is saying or how they are feeling.  I have always enjoyed drawing and painting as a young girl and I am glad I brought it back into my adult life.

Adorn: 7003 3rd Ave NW
Art Up Site 


Featured artist: Drie Chapek.

We are thrilled to introduce our community to the amazing work Edmonds artist Drie Chapek produces. In person, the texture, gesture, movement and colors tell a non-verbal story of pain and beauty we can all relate to.
We will be serving coffee, cookies and snacks to keep our guests going to look at more amazing work.

American Dance Institute:  8001 Greenwood Ave N – FRIDAY ONLY
Art Up Site

Performances by ADI students

Angry Beaver: 8412 Greenwood Ave N – IF RE-OPENED
Chow Down Site

Atlas Coffee Importers: 201 N 85th St
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: AJ Power

I worked for many years in positions that allowed me to interact with the natural world, and I continue to draw upon this as fodder for my paintings. The study of animals is a way of studying our own behavior, as we see ourselves through their adaptations.

Beats and Bohos: 7200 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

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


Featured Artist: David Wright

Born deaf in a hearing family, I became visually communicative, to show people what I see in the world, in my mind’s explorations. My ability to see and understand visual detail is enhanced because of this. Art, being a major mode of my communicating with the world is why I have done urban design planning and landscape architecture for almost my entire career.

I am a geology nut, citizen scientist, anthropologist, astronomer, and love archaeology. It’s much easier to show complex geomorphological processes (how the earth is shaped) graphically through art and design than by writing. I also love reading maps, and making them both professionally and as a hobby.

Artist will be present Friday and Saturday.

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

Caffe Vita: 7402 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site 

Featured Artist: Kathleen Wolfe

Chaco Canyon Organic Café: 8319 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Susan Gans
Susan is a Seattle-based photographer and printmaker whose art showcases the beauty in fleeting, everyday moments.
Chaco is  also planning to feature our special Raw Blueberry Lavender Bars and our Housemade Kombucha with a special table set out for sampling and–as always–will be serving alcohol (including Elliot Bay’s organic Demolition IPA and Finn River’s Dry Hopped Cider)!

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

Cornuto:  7404 Greenwood Ave N – FRIDAY ONLY
Chow Down Site

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

Diggity Dog: 8317 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: M W Benton
 Art Walk Special: Say you like the art and get a $1 off your dog.

Diva Espresso: 7916 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

El Chupacabra:  6711 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down and Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Rachel Currier

Emerald City Karate:  8314 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artists: Emerald City Karate Students of all ages
Our Theme will be “What I like about Karate”  and “What I have gained from my Karate training”

Many of our artists will be present on the day of the event.

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

Featured Artist: Kyle Krauskopf

For every day of the year of 2015, artist and craftsman Kyle Krauskopf designed and created a different, wooden, scroll-sawn animal. This show will exhibit all 365 byproducts of that project and the journey the whole project turned out to be.

Artist will be present.

Frock Boutique: 6500 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Elise Koncsek
Laser cut art

I love to look at beautiful things. I love to explore intricate details. I love artworks which inspire my imagination and lead my mind down paths of creative thought. When I create art, I strive to design works that bring wonder and amazement to all viewers. I like to design around themes which reflect the natural world and which also reach toward the land of dreams. I enjoy working in the medium of laser cut wood because it emphasizes the qualities of the natural material and allows for a unique and complex interplay of positive and negative space in the building of intriguing imagery.

In addition, we will have Meg from Meg’s Retro Cookies present with her delicious cookies!

G&O Family Cyclery: 8554 ½ Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Gainsbourg:  8550 Greenwood Ave N – FRIDAY ONLY
Chow Down Site

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

Featured Artists: Susan Hirayama and Lorraine Haight Moraine exhibiting a variety of quilts.

They will also be at the Green Bean for Friday evening with a group of quilters working on a variety of projects.

Greenwood Collective / Urban Light Studios:  8537 Greenwood Ave N – FRIDAY ONLY
A group of galleries and studios under one roof

Group Show: Multimedia

Kolab Studio/ Gallery, located in the Greenwood Collective and curated by Artist Robert Bellm, is a group of local artists/designers that reside in the Northwest. The Name Kolab comes from the Prefix Ko meaning little or small and Lab short from Laboratory. “Kolab” is also a nickname for collaborative which is the theme for the gallery. Artists have the chance to work together on paintings, projects and special events for the gallery space.

Featured Artist: Megan Noel Smith

Megan Noel is a painter, illustrator, textile and mixed media artist working in the Northwest. For many years she has been known for her beadwork, but in recent years has chosen to focus more on her equally intricate painting and illustrations.

Her favorite media are watercolor and pen and ink. Her paintings and illustrations range from dreamy and surreal to delicate and whimsical. She seeks not to create masterpieces to grace the walls of museums, but rather to create smaller more intimate works to fit into the lives of readers and writers, poets and dreamers, mother, fathers, and everyday folk.

Featured Artist: Mallory Milke

I’ve been painting ever since I was a kid, but never really thought of doing it as anything more than a hobby. As I filled up the walls of my home with my own art, I had so many of my friends and family asking for their own that I decided I might as well go for it and see where it takes me. Three years later, tons of empty paint tubes and I’m here, working for myself and loving every minute of it. I get to stay home with my son and create fun, colorful paintings that I love.

I’m inspired by things I love, like mischievous creatures, Pretty Dark things and bright whimsy colors. I do a variety of styles but love bright colors and animals the most,adding a slight whimsical feeling to owls, Lions, Lemurs and any other creature that tickles my fancy.

Featured Artist: Joshua Boulet

Joshua Boulet wants to Sketch the World. When he arrived in Seattle, he sketched it, but he never quite left. “There is a lot about the Pacific Northwest I love” He says with a smile.

Featured Artist: MRSHMR (Melissa Crosetto)

MRSHMR is a Washington native living in Seattle. A self-taught artist, her abstract work is an exploration of finding peace and tranquility through the painting process. Her goal is to create paintings that speak to your soul.

Artists will be present

  • The Space Is Ours (TSIO) (@ The Greenwood Collective)
  • The Stu (@ The Greenwood Collective)
  • Urban Light Studios (@ The Greenwood Collective)

Greenwood Library: 8016 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artists:

 Kyle Schumacher  – stained glass

Annie Lalish  -photography

 Connie Fu – painting

There will be snacks and beverages and music from a boombox.

Greenwood Square  /  Upper Crust Catering:  8420 Greenwood Ave N – FRIDAY ONLY
Art Up Site 

Featured Artists: Ahmed Bashir Davis and Eva Yue Wang

Urban Hands will host an auction of plywood window art from the Greenwood gas explosion. Social Hour begins at 5 pm. Auction winners announced at 8:30 pm.Appetizers and cash bar.

See their video:

Hecho: 7314 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artists:
Lisa Sheets
Joel Christensen
Jennifer Six

Herkimer Coffee: 7320 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Featured Artist: Kimo Muraki

HomeStreet Bank: 7201 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Omar Willey
Glimpses of Seattle

Artist will be present

Hounds Tooth Public  House: 8551 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Illumination Learning Studio: 7720 Greenwood Ave N – FRIDAY ONLY
Art Up Site

Featured Artists: Illumination Learning Studio students

Johnson and Johnson Antiques: 6820 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Stacy Murphy of Earth and Clay
unique pottery for home and garden

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

Featured Artists: Jon Moore, acrylic, and Alexis Henry, photography

Because the building was damaged in the gas explosion earlier this year, this will be Kouzina’s last art walk.

Lucky Dog Clothing: 8201 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Luso Food and Wine: 8218 Greenwood AveN
Art Up and Chow Down Site


Featured Artist: Katherine Gooding
Katherine’s photography shows the strength, beauty, and diversity of Seattle communities. Based in White Center, but available anywhere, she specializes in interactive 360-degree images. See more at and

Luxe Lighting: 8214 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Makeda Coffee: 153 N 78th St
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Martino’s: 7410 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Metropolis: 7319 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

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


Featured Artist: Va’sil
Va’sil’s artwork is a mixture of the vibrant daydreams and real-life events which shape his reality. It reflects who he is as a person; a flawed, deep-thinking perfectionist. It’s meant to contain a sense of mystery as you try to decipher its meaning. Crazy, colorful.

Featured Artist: Antonija Hasanbegovic

Antonija will be presenting a collection of beautiful and exquisite Seattle expressions of acrylic paint on large canvases.
Artists will be present Friday

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

Featured Artist:  Derek Ross.

Derek Ross is a classically trained artist homegrown in the Northwest. He has lived in the Seattle area most of his life. His love of the natural world, industrial machinery, and car culture is evident in his art.

Artist will be present.

Naked City Brewery is hosting a special nanobrewery night from 6-9pm, featuring 27 delicious, hand-crafted rare ales from the smallest Washington breweries, with tasty food pairings from Chef Tessa.

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

nutty squirrel

Featured Artist: Richard Jahn

I am a painter and though I don’t try to paint like any other artist you could probably put me in a category similar to Vincent Van Gogh, at least in attitude towards painting.
I like to experiment with lots of different artistic ideas but overall I want my art to express who I am as a person and have a certain honesty about them that comes from doing my best as it comes from my heart and hand, as opposed to doing something that I was taught – regardless of subject matter. Most of my paintings are local recognizable scenes.


Featured Artists Saturday: 3 Play Ricochet, a bluegrass band

3 Play Ricochet is a bluegrass band that knows no boundaries, or perhaps
simply respects no boundaries. They happily spill over into country blues,
ragtime, and Appalachian old-time music. They gleefully steal from the
Beatles, Joe Cocker, Dave Brubeck, and Johnny Mercer right along with Doc
Watson, Pete Seeger, Leadbelly, and the Carter Family.  They call it “String
Band Americana – Bluegrass and Beyond.”

The band members are Peter Langston, Tina Webster, Ron Haas, and Bonya

Band leader Peter Langston has been playing bluegrass music for more than
50 years, starting in New York City’s Greenwich Village in the late 50s, then
in Portland Oregon in the early 70s, and now in Seattle. Together Peter,
Tina, Ron and Bonya represent the 4 geographical corners of America and they
call on their differing backgrounds to make exciting, multi-faceted music that
pleases the mind as well as the soul!

Olive and Grape: 8516 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site


Music Performance: The Tarantellas music by Richard Sclafani
Melodies Italiano

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

Pema Kharpo: 8554 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Phinney Books:  7405 Greenwood Ave. N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Mary Lou Dickerson

After spending 18 years as a Washington State Representative I wondered, “Is there life after the Legislature?” Indeed there is for me, and it is the life of an artist.

Being a Northwest native surrounded by mountains, lakes, rivers and meadows not to mention awe inspiring sunsets, it was destined that I was bound to turn to Mother Nature for artistic inspiration. Although I have dabbled in still life paintings and portraits, landscape paintings feed my soul like nothing else.

My starting point is usually a photo that I or a friend or family member have taken. Translating that into a painting is an adventure of discovery.  In looking deeply at the photo I see patterns and colors that become the focus of my work.

Phinney Center Gallery:  6532 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artists: “The Four Fauvinistas”

Paintings on glass by Seattle artist Jessica Dodge, paintings by Nancy Kiefer, artwork with found imagery and text by Deborah Faye Lawrence, and artwork of media and processes including found object assemblage, collage, painting, and drawings by Cindy Small.

Show runs May 11 – June 3

Phinney Ridge Cabinets: 8003 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Phinney Ridge Eye Care: 7423 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Phinney Ridge Lutheran Church: 7500 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Pocket Theater: 8312 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Gina Balli
Mixed media

Jazz-inspired sketches at a sketch comedy theater…and surrealistic paintings too. Gina is a self-taught artist, interested in figurative gesture and surrealism. Improv music jams, dreams, and her Latin culture inspire the art on display.

Also featuring the CUBE Project, a growing collection of wooden cubes each painted by different artists.

Prost: 7311 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Razzi’s Pizzeria: 8523 Greeenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Salon Mercury: 7513 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Joseph Brooks

Joseph Brooks is a Pacific Northwest fine artist and illustrator living in Seattle. He has lived and shown work in and around Seattle for the past 10 years. Joseph is a member of BLAM! in The Greenwood Collective.

School of Rock: 106 N 85th St – FRIDAY ONLY
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Stephen Angell

A local Northwest artist originally from Portland, Stephen has been creating art in the Seattle area for over 25 years. An avid mountaineer, he grew up climbing, skiing, and sketching the mountains of Oregon and Washington. His works are original hand-pulled screen prints (serigraphs). In 1982 he and his wife, Sarah, screened into the Pike Place Market to sell their hand silkscreened garments, and prints, through their company Primal Screens LLC.

School of Rock’s House Band will be busking out front.

Seattle Cookie Counter: 7415 Greenwood Ave N
7415 Greenwood Ave N


Featured Artist: Jessica Bonin
Oil paints, watercolor, and mixed media

Seattle Knife Sharpening: 7421 Greenwood Ave N – FRIDAY ONLY
Art Up Site

Seattle Recreative:  8408 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Markel Uriu
Mixed Media

Markel Uriu blends various mediums and practices to create abstract narratives. It is ephemeral with an emphasis on process, inevitably placing it within the context of time. Pieces change through personal manipulation as well as natural shift and decay. Change shows the natural life cycle, the birth and deterioration of objects meant to comfort, fixate on, or defend. Blankets, barriers, and pelts have as much a cycle within the piece as in the botanical sources. Drawing on myths, tropes, and classical narratives, she uses repetitive tasks that speak to the mythical tasks of steadfastness and endurance, but also more essential aspects of living: heartbeats, blood flow, and breath.

Friday,6 -9 pm: Meet Markel Uriu and learn about working with natural materials

  • See a slideshow of vintage found slides donated to ReCreative!
  • We will also be selling craft cocktails, and serving complimentary beer and wine.

Saturday, from 10 am to 12 pm:

  • Wake and Make!  Drop-in for free family-friendly crafting!

Seattle Sundries: 8316 8th Ave NW
Art Up Site

Sip and Ship: 7511 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Christine Werlin
Christine Werlin, a self taught artist, is fascinated with painting various subjects using mixed media in monochromatic colors with contrasting sheens.
Featured Artist: Shayla Rasmussen
Shay D. Design, a local, handmade jewelry line with an urban bohemian vibe. Shayla Rasmussen has spread her collections from Georgetown-Pike Place-Fremont-Ballard-Greenwood

Stretch & Staple:  8005 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Terra Bella Flowers: 7321 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Angie Lazzar

Angie Lazzar’s work is a personal narrative of vulnerability, love, and transition. She uses symbolism, a dark palette, and engaging characters to tell her story.

Thaiku:  6705 Phinney Ave N

Chow Down Site

The Fiber Gallery: 8212 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Lois Gaylord

Lois Gaylord is an abstract artist working in fiber and mixed media.  She uses many textile and fiber processes in her work including weaving, dyeing and sewing. Her mission: To create art with a spiritual focus or for spiritual use, art that celebrates the threads of spirit that connect us all.

The Fixture Gallery: 8221 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Simon Campbell

I first adopted photography as my creative outlet of choice. I’ve been taking photographs for 20 years, since receiving a cheap 35mm point and shoot camera from my parents in my early teens. Ever since then I have been developing an eye for artistic things: color, light, balance, composition etc. Other than art classes at senior school in my native England, I didn’t pick up the paintbrush until 2005, into my mid-twenties. Already self-taught in photographic composition, a steady stream of collages, mixed media pieces, and mostly paintings emerged. Evolving into a loose expressive style that still remains varied.

My process involves many layers. I let my paintings evolve somewhat naturally, the idea I have in my head when I begin is sometimes very different to the finished piece. I build my layers with colors and sometime surprise myself by putting down a layer not knowing that it will be the final touch and the painting will be deemed “done!”

Appetizers and drinks Friday evening.

Saturday, snacks and chalk for the kids to make their own art outside on the sidewalks.

The Lodge: 8501 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

The Shoe Studio: 8544 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

The Yard:  8313 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Top Ten Toys: 120 N 85th St
Art Up Site 


Featured Artist: Leta, 2nd Grade
Her name is Leta Neill. She’s 8 years old. She’s loved art since she was big enough to hold a crayon. In fact her first glue & paper collage was done when she was less than 1 ½ old! Her dream is to someday be a published illustrator of books.


Featured Artist: BJÖRN, 22 years old
Young local artist. Passionate about art and graphic novels.

Two Birds Tattoo:  7408 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artists: Ruby Santiago, Suzy Todd, Alexis Witt, Tarah Pennington, Annelisa Ochoa and Robyn Emlen

Oceans Theme: watercolor, colored pencil to oil paintings.

Umpqua Bank: 7120 Greenwood Ave N – FRIDAY ONLY
Art Up Site

Featured Brewery: Hilliard’s Beer

Ryan Hilliard founded Hilliard’s Beer in the Ballard neighborhood on October 7, 2011 with a focus on making great craft beer with the best available ingredients.  Hilliard’s is dedicated to simplicity, excellence, and care of process as they brew beer that can be appreciated by the informed and informal beer drinker alike.

Music Performance: Mark Wilson, Classical Guitarist

Mark Wilson is a very passionate and accomplished guitar player and composer.  The main medium he works in is the relatively unexplored genre of multiple guitars or Guitar Orchestra.  He teaches privately at the Rosewood guitar and enjoys walking to work on the days he teaches.


Featured Artist: Jaden Mansfield, Abstract Painter

Jaden Mansfield is a 7th grader at St. John School in Phinney Ridge.  She began painting abstract art at the age of 3 after being inspired by a Robert Rauschenberg painting during a visit to the Seattle Art Museum.  This is her third time showing work at the PhinneyWood Art Walk.

Featured Artist: Ericka Wolf, Painter

For Ericka, painting is equal parts journal-writing, science project and woodworking.  It’s a leap of faith, a second childhood and a lovely way to get lost for hours.  She paints with both oils and encaustic wax, usually from a photograph she’s taken of a place she has visited and loved.


Featured Artist: Anotonio Knoy, Knoy Metal Works

Antonio Knoy, of Knoy Metal Works, provides quality craftsmanship at an affordable price.  They specialize in metal design, fabrication, consulting and classes.

Featured Artist: Rachel Hilliard Designs, local henna artist and clothing designs

Valentine’s Men’s Hair Tailor: 7912 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

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

Featured Artists: Sarah Romano-Diehl, Rhodora Jacob, Scott Faulkner, Dalton Webb, Jason Zayas and more

In honor of our at friends G&O Family Cyclery, which has just reopened in a temporary location after the Greenwood explosion, we’re going mobile!

Come see a panopoly of wheelie art from some of Seattle’s finest. We’ll be open for both days of the Greenwood Art Walk this weekend – 6-9pm on Friday, and 12-5pm on Saturday.

A portion of proceeds will be donated to G&O Family Cyclery (

Artists will be present

Windermere Greenwood:  311 N 85th St
Art Up Site


Featured Artist:Heather Saddler, Sculptor

Heather learned a recycled paper sculpture technique while traveling in Oaxaca, and has since incorporated lots of found and re-purposed objects to create whimsical, dynamic female figures.


Featured  Artist: Deana Albers Lloyd, Jeweler

Using traditional silversmithing techniques combined with metals and stones, Deana makes simple, modern jewelry with a rustic and handmade feel.


Featured Artist: Fritz Rud Ampliphones

Fritz makes passive iPhone amplifiers from salvaged vintage phonograph parts and exotic hardwoods.

Woodland Park United Methodist Church: 302 N 78th St
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Cynthia Linet

Presenting provocative images of a variety of people holding or carrying guns.  This is a visual anti-gun statement.

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

Open mic night

Works Progress: 115 N 85th St
Art Up Site

works progress

Featured Artist: Sam Vance.

Sam Vance is an American artist.  He has studied painting and drawing at the Art Institute of Seattle, Seattle Pacific University and at Gage Academy of Art.  He holds a Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Art from Goddard College.  When not painting, Sam can be found making theatre and playing music in the greater Seattle area.

Wine and cheese will be available on site as well as the artist himself!

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