Art Up PhinneyWood Art Walk Jan. 13 from 6-9 pm

Participating venues:

Download a copy of this month’s map: january-art-walk-map

Abram’s Chiropractic:  7815 Greenwood Ave N
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Featured Artist: Patrice Tullai

Patrice Tullai is a Seattle based artist born in the false eyelash era (1961).  Raised in violent and poverty stricken surroundings east of Los Angeles, she currently shares her time with eagles, deer, coyote and a neighbor horse. She keeps a studio in rural surroundings and is inspired by simplicity and the sounds of nature. She is a triple graduate of the University of Washington, with B.F.A.’s in Painting, Sculpture, and Fine Art.  Her work has been featured at Bumbershoot, COCA, and the Seattle Fencing Project.  Her work has included pop art, endangered animals, and most currently abstract minimalism.

Patrice is also an accomplished recording artist with releases from “Pretty Mary Sunshine”, “Frownland”, and “Alicedean”.  Her work was featured in the major motion picture “SFW” along with Radiohead, Hole, Soundgarden, and Marilyn Manson.

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

Chaco Canyon Organic Café: 8404 Greenwood Ave N
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Chocolati Café:  8319 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Cornuto:  7404 Greenwood Ave N
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Couth Buzzard:  8310 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

Cunning Crow: 9024 Greenwood Ave N
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Featured Artist: Lashem Anderson of Mossy Tree Mercantile

Presenting Luminiferous

My work stems from a long running affinity for botany which, when I decided to follow my passion for photography, opened a whole new world of possibilities. I call them mandalas because each one is a microcosm of our dear Mama Earth and the land I forage from.

The diversity around us is fascinating and I’m in a full immersion course. I feel compelled to forage, dissect, and research all the plants I uncover. I create small studies with the vast array of flora by my home in the Pacific Northwest.

I capture my wild-crafted finds by natural light, spending hours making and photographing them. It brings me a joy I have never experienced. The flowers, seeds, nuts and leaves seem to speak as I arrange them. Time takes on new meaning due to the short shelf life of the plants.

These nature studies help me reflect on the perfectly imperfect beauty of an impermanent life. They keep me present.

El Chupacabra: 6711 Greenwood Ave N
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Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery: 8570 Greenwood Ave N
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Featured Artist: Jennifer Quick

My name is Jennifer Quick and I am a 28 year old Northwest native, born and raised in Lynnwood, Washington. After avoiding pursuing the obvious throughout my college years, I am now a self-taught artist/muralist, working primarily with acrylic on canvas. I have never been able to define my painting style, and find it quite entertaining that others struggle to do so as well, but I like it that way because it is actually very fitting of my personality. My inspiration tends to come from my world travels, the PNW, and just bringing to life the amusing little thoughts and images that come to mind on a daily basis. Every piece of artwork is created by hand; I do not make any prints. I like to know that those who invest in my paintings can take pride in knowing that they own a truly original
piece of artwork.

Gainsbourg:  8550 Greenwood Ave N
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Green Bean Coffeehouse:  8525 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site


Featured Artist: Tanner Colton

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

 Music DJ: Phillip Kobernik

  • Kaleidoscope Gallery

Featured Artists: Laura Clorinda, Cloud Nectar , Kasia Rozanska & thingsnthingz
Collage, photography, oil & acrylic paintings

Artists will be present


Artists will be present


Artists will be present

Featured Artists: Robert Bellm, Joshua Boulet, Mallory Milke, Melissa Crosetto, Megan Noel Smith

Street, mix media, acrylic, street art, graphic, illustration

Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures. ~Henry Ward Beecher

Artists will be present

  • BLAM!

Featured Artists: Joseph Brooks, .NarbooStarheadboyAndrew Miller and Tinglr

Artists will be present


Featured Artists: Mena Aklilu, Adam Frank and Melissa Jenkins
Guest Artist: Alex – Figures in pen & ink, acrylic painting and 3D

Artists will be present

HomeStreet Bank: 7201 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: David Eggehorm

Currently I am a Ballard High School student and paint whenever I can. I enjoy all types of art from the pencil drawings I did when I was younger to Aerosolgrafia (spray paint art), Acrylic on Canvas and Oil on Canvas. My most recent being Oil on Canvas. Over the last year, I have been looking into the field of digital concept art. I find that trying different art styles is enjoyable and has contributed to my growth as an artist.

I paint because it makes me happy, and if I can make others happy in the process then I know I’m doing the right thing. When I paint, I am always looking for new ways to express my ideas and get the viewer engaged as much as possible. My goal as an artist is to become the best I can be and use my God given talent to bless others.

Hounds Tooth Public House: 8551 Greenwood Ave N
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Kouzina:  8403 Greenwood Ave N
 Chow Down Site

Kouzina will be closing their retail space this month (but continue their catering business, Zoey Catering). The owners  would like to thank the community for 11 years of support by inviting you to enjoy a glass of wine and Greek appetizers from 6 to 8 pm.

Lucky Dog Clothing: 8201 Greenwood Ave N
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Munch Café:  8576 Greenwood Ave N
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Naked City:  8564 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site


Featured Artist: Shawn Nichols

Nutty Squirrel: 7212 Greenwood Ave N
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Featured Artist: Mike Larsen, Leave a Trail Photos

Mike Larsen is a wildlife and landscape photographer dedicated to exposing his family to the outdoors. His wife and two boys, eight and five years of age, accompany him on his many adventures. Traveling the world, you will find him kissing gray whales in Mexico, hiking waterfalls in Iceland, or exploring trails around his home in Washington.  He insists on waking with the sunrise and enjoying the twilight. Through his business, Leave a Trail Photography, his goal is to inspire others that you are never too young or old to experience the serenity of nature.

Olive and Grape: 8516 Greenwood Ave N
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Seattle Artist League: 9039 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Art Activity: Japanese Calligraphy
Special Guest Star: Kiki MacInnis

Join us! We have art, and we have beer.

Seattle Recreative:  8408 Greenwood Ave N
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Featured Artist: Emily Ellingsworth

Midwest born and raised by a creative reuser, Emily Ellingsworth earned her BA in Fine Arts at Flagler College with minors in Creative Writing and Stained Glass. She received her MFA in Non-Figurative Painting and Drawing from Academy of Art University where she made huge found object mixed-media abstractions and studied fashion illustration, for a non-classical drawing approach.

She has worked at many art centers and organizations including the John C. Campbell Folk School, the Visual Arts Center of Richmond, Art on Wheels, Stuff Redux Creative Reuse Center, Art 180, Performing Statistics Project, the Richmond Virginia Academy for the Arts, Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden, and many more.

The Yard:  8313 Greenwood Ave N
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Two Birds Tattoo:  7408 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist Julie Gautier-Downes

In any given landscape there are moments, which tell a story about a place and the people that dwell there. In a metropolis or a ghost town these moments of loneliness and abandonment that can be looked over or forgotten. It is in these spaces that there is an opportunity to see and understand the world in a different way. By exploring, collecting and photographing the world as an archaeologist or detective gives intensity to the seemingly banal and ordinary.

The absence of the human figure in the work provides a space for the viewer to project themselves into the desolate and abandoned environments that are captured. By pairing photographs of these deserted and abandoned environments with found personal items it provides fertile ground for narratives to emerge. The items collected are items one might find in a family album or desk drawer and provides a strong connection to the missing figure.

The types of spaces that are captured range greatly from the haunted skeletal frame of a failed dream house to a forgotten city by a man made sea that has a vibrant past. The ghostly representation of the locations exposes moments of quietness, sadness, and abandonment. In some cases these places are desolate due to a tragedy or economic downturn and the images and collected items speak to the way in which it happened.

It is the universality of loss that allows the viewer to find the beauty in these abandoned spaces and objects. With the hope that it enlightens them to see how sublime life is and how connected we are to each other.

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


Featured Artists: Scott Faulkner and Jason Zayas

SPOILS OF INKTOBER III: Our annual showing of ink drawings done for the #inktober daily drawing challenge – extended for the new year, with some new drawings!

Woodland Park Presbyterian Church:  225 N 70th St
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Open Mic Night