Art Up PhinneyWood Art Walk — The BIG One — May 12 and 13

Celebrate art in the ‘hood. PhinneyWood’s BIG art walk will be Friday, May 12, from 6-9 p.m. and Saturday, May 13, from noon to 5 p.m.


Highlights this year will include the NW Fine Arts Competition at the Phinney Center Gallery, the first annual Seattle Recycled Arts Festival hosted by Urban Light Studio and live music at a number of locations.

In the spirit of the art walk theme of “Art Up, Chow Down,” restaurants and pubs are encouraged to participate as well by offering music or menu specials.

Art Walk maps and information on participating venues will be available online and at participating businesses the week of the event.

Participating venues (additional information will be added as it becomes available):

Download a map here: big artwalk map 2017 final

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


Urban Art: Art Comes to Life

Featured Artists: Adream, Gabrille Myer, Adam Hansen, Brooke Brocherding and Collette Beardshear.

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

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

Dance Performance: Mixed program of Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Irish, Modern and Hip-Hop starting at 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm in Studio #1

Beats and Bohos: 7200 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Amelia Sherritt

Amelia Sherritt has lived in the Seattle area her whole life and finds inspiration in her city as well as the surrounding beauty of the state of Washington.  Her passion lies within the study of Art History and love of industrious arts.  Amelia’s focus of creating recycled art started in 2007 and the palate of her work relies solely on the foils from emptied wine bottles.

Each piece of art contains hundreds, if not thousands of wine foils gathered from local wineries, restaurants and friendly winos.

“I love to think of how each foil represents a memory or experience shared.  By re-purposing these foils, I am able to make what would normally be thrown away into something long lasting and beautiful.”

Her current collection depicts a whimsical portrayal of various animals and other colorful subjects.

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

Join Bluebird for a Malted Milkshake Party with our friends from SKAGIT VALLEY MALTING. We’ll be making and serving free samples of our amazing malted milkshakes, highlighting a brand new and unique partnership with Skagit Valley Malting company; using malted barley grown right here in our region. This is unlike any other malted milkshake you’ve ever had. You’ve got to taste it to believe it! (Free.)

Also: Annual BIG show by Minimum Wage Art! LOTS of new works on display for sale.

Bohemian Studios: 7601 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

The Big One is in conjunction with our year anniversary, so we’re going BIG! We’ve gathered eight artists who will show off their magic, drinks and snacks, and will be handing out free barre and yoga passes.


Mari Shibuya is a Seattle-based figurative painter combining realism with abstraction and geometry. She and Leo Shallat painted our mural in our studio!


Leo Shallat is a visual artist born and raised in Seattle, Washington. Leo’s work deconstructs letter forms to their bare elements, re-composing them in a fluid, instinctual dance to create abstract compositions that reflect a language of movement and flow.


Lowell Poisson printmaker


Moksha Marquardt: is an American artist living in Seattle. His subject matter comes almost entirely from nature and there is a noticeable lack of man-made elements in his work.


Marina Montes is an oil painter with an affinity for astronomical beauty. Currently she’s on a mission to paint her love for the cosmos and meet like-minded humans.


Sarah Sarahenna is a henna artist that will be offering onsite henna tattoos. Sarah is fascinated with the intricacy and beauty of traditional Indian designs. She’d always been intrigued with other ephemeral art forms like the sand mandalas created by Tibetan monks; and found herself wanting to learn more about the art form.


Isobella Bloom: costume designer, burlesque dancer, singer. Isobella Bloom will be performing a piece and showing her costume design.


Sendai Mike is a local Seattleite DJ that aims to translate his story through his art for the people. Sendai will be spinning some awesome tunes.

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


Featured Artist: Steve Gilbert

Recent Travels in Campeche, Yucatan, and Quintana Roo

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

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

Featured Artist: Linda White
Collage artist

“The inspiration for my work comes from my love of nature that I enjoy while I am hiking and backpacking here in Washington and all over the world.”

Also featuring musician Sean Hunting Morse, performing on the acoustic guitar from 6 – 8 pm

“I am a songwriter deeply interested in story. Working with blues, folk, and (a little) jazz, I do my best to capture the human experience in musical moments in soaring song.”

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

Cunning Crow Apothecary: 9024 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


“Witch Essence”
What does it mean to be a Witch? To call oneself and be called a Witch? To practice a craft that is timeless, yet ever-changing? To be of this world, but also walk in liminal realms and to see the unseen and speak with the unknown? Through mixed media, the artist explores the realm of spirit, spellcraft, and witchery.

Laura Tempest Zakroff is an artist, author, designer, and dancer, based in Seattle, Washington. Laura received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design. In her youth, she trained with honors at Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia and was the first recipient of the Francis & Shirley Hipp award for excellence in the visual arts from the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts. Her artwork has received awards and recognition worldwide, and has been published in numerous books and magazines.

Laura works mainly in mixed media, combining printmaking techniques with painting and drawing, often using reclaimed wood and layered papers. Her work explores the realm of myth and other liminal spaces.

El Chupacabra:  6711 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Seattle Recycled Arts Festival Site


Featured Artist: Nathan Hoffman
metal sculpture

Emerald City Karate:  8314 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artists: Dojo students (Ages 4 & Above)

Emerald City Karate will be presenting the artwork of our Karate Students of all ages during the the PhinneyWood Art Walk – The Big One!

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.  Be sure to come down and say, “Hiii Ya!”

The Fiber Gallery: 8212 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

fiber gallery

Featured Artist: Maile Jones

“Painting In Wool: Northwest Images” by fiber artist, Maile Jones, will be the featured exhibit at the Fiber Gallery. The pieces, drawn from the artist’s immersion in nature, are painted in wool fabric, roving, handspun yarn, dyed locks, and sari silk. A recent transplant to the Northwest, the artist seeks to work with scenes and subjects that are part of her new home.

The Fixture Gallery: 8221 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist:  Tom Boatright and Artisan Oils 

The artisan oil paints that Tom creates allow him to paint a fluid style. He mixes raw oils, pigments, resins, powders and mica metallics to produce vibrant colors, surface textures, light refraction and organic patterns. The paints vary in viscosity and are layered, applied in a sequence, to produce certain effects. The painting may have heavy texture, luminescence or crystalline shapes. They collaborate with him in the process. More than color; they hold the energy:

“The paints are a prism of color; the vibrations create a light spectrum.” 

Tom’s process is alchemical; the paintings effect the artist and the audience. The canvas and paints are the container for the energy. It is an experiential process. If the art resonates, they convey emotion – they emote. It is escapism, through the illusion and glamour, to the real and illusive world beneath the surface. It is an invitation to experience the painting.

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

Featured Artist: Kyle Krauskopf

Kyle Krauskopf will be showcasing brand new mixed media drawings with a variety of content and styles, incorporating everything from a banana to Brad Pitt.  The concept for these drawings was hatched, and initiated while travelling through seven European countries.  Hyper- dense in both symbolism and visual aesthetic, the series is aptly titled: Visual Vomit!
Goat on Greenwood: 6722 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

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


Featured Artist: Nora Luz Kriegel

Nora Luz Kriegel is a resident of Edmonds. She refers to her collection as a “therapeutic process” by which her soul soars free while her hands and brush form the materials onto the canvases. With her unique use of various mediums, each piece generates a vibrant dance of texture and color.

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

Greenwood Library: 8016 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Seattle Recycled Arts Festival Site


Featured Artist: Graham Shodda

My work is primarily assembled from discarded, recycled, or salvaged materials — mostly metal — and many from a bygone era where I find an intrinsic beauty and style in their design and construction. I endeavor to invent a new existence for these abandoned objects, repurposing their streamlined or eclectic forms into unique pieces of art.

A single piece of ‘junk’ is often all it takes to inspire a project. Most of the components in the finished sculpture are recognizable and invoke curiosity, pleasure, and wonder for the viewer, which to my mind is part of the purpose and beauty of art.

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Featured Artist: Whitney LaRene
Drip and Acrylic Paint

Greenwood Space  Travel – Bureau of Fearless Ideas: 8414 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Seattle Recycled Arts Festival Site  

Greenwood Space Travel Supply/Bureau of Fearless Ideas will host an art show featuring Seattle Recycled Arts Festival artists and BFI’s own student Maker Space artists. See vintage metal scraps reformed as sleek modernist sculpture and old Christmas ornaments and cardboard boxes combined in ways never before attempted on this planet or any other.

Seattle Recycled Arts originated at Seattle ReCreative (Seattle’s nonprofit reused arts material center) the invention of a small group of artists including current Recycled Arts director Michael Arndt. Recycled Arts Festival artists will show sculpture made of everything from classic car parts to refrigerator doors alongside BFI’s elementary-through-middle school artists, whose materials are supplied by Maker Space (BFI’s after-school recycled arts program) and Seattle ReCreative.

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

Featured Artists:

Missy Dahl, watercolor, oil, acrylic


Alana Crawley, monoprints

As an artist, I am inspired by the human condition, with particular focus on the unique role that struggle plays in each of our lives.  Do we choose to succumb to our struggles, cope with them, or attempt to overcome?  Although some may argue that I often present “dark imagery,” my work is actually very optimistic in nature. I attempt to show humans in a positive light: each of us has the capacity to create good no matter how troubled we may be. Struggle, though it may manifest differently in each of our lives, is a shared experience that connects us all.  I explore this theme through a variety of mediums such as printmaking, collage, and performance art.

Michelle McCarthy

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


Featured Artist: Laura Burkhart
Acrylic and metal leaf on canvas and wood

Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, nature has always been a significant part of my life and I am in constant awe of the beauty that surrounds us here. I’m inspired every day by the lush foliage, the sparkling lakes, and most of all, the panoramic mountain views that encompass our city. This natural beauty has been a continual and dependable source of joy throughout my life, and my work is in dedication to that joy; a series of studies in the perpetual pursuit of capturing it on a canvas.

HomeStreet Bank: 7201 Greenwood Ave N – CLOSING AT 2 PM SATURDAY
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Doug LeClair

I am a landscape photographer who seeks to capture the beauty of the various landscapes in which we live, work, and play: These “photoscapes” include: The forest and mountain wildernesses, the desert, waterways including rivers, creeks, streams, oceans, lakes as well as cityscapes. I look for the unusual in the ordinary, and the often missed, but at times under our feet.


Featured Artist: Matt Jennings

I am a selectah of music from a variety of genres.  I will share some my works from the art of crate digging.

During the art walk, you can find (and hear) Matt outside of HomeStreet Bank, corner of N 73rd and Phinney, across from SFD Station 21 and Ken’s Market.

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

Art-a-holic Special!

$10 for a pint or glass of wine along with water color demo and materials. Demos held every half hour from 8 – 9 pm.

Featured art instructor is Danielle Ross, other artists on display and for sale include Rob Biren, Hubba, and more!

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

Featured Artists: ILS students Plus live music

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


Featured Artist: Stacy Murphy

All my items are hand built then high fired.  I use paper clay for about 80% of the items I make.  The glaze will have a darker, earthier color.  I use a porcelain clay for the other 20%.  This allows for a brighter glaze color.  The high fire process allows each item to be used outside as it will not absorb water and also be microwave, dishwasher & oven safe.  Additionally, all glazes are food safe.

PLUS, live music by Trio con Brio on Friday night.

Ken’s Market: 7231 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site


Featured Artist: Kevin Hense

Ken’s own Kevin Hense is a landscape photographer born and raised in the Pacific Northwest. Influenced by being outdoors, his work aims to capture the beauty of nature.

As well as being a landscape photographer, Kevin also does portrait, event and product photography.

Friday night, we will also be sampling a variety of hors d’oeuvres as well as local coffee.

La Marca: 5817 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site

Luna Azul: 8552 ½ Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

Luxe Lighting: 8214 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

MNB Ceramics: 7601 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Modern: 6108 Phinney Ave N
Chow Down Site

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


Featured Artist: Matt Mornick

Born and raised in Miami, FL, Matt studied photography and economics at Tulane University in New Orleans. As an avid cook, outdoor enthusiast and traveler, his work draws inspiration from the things he loves – good food, people, the environment, and the stories that bind them together. Matt currently lives in Seattle, WA.

Naked City will have a wild variety of distinct and delicious beers on tap from seven straight days of Seattle Beer Week events. Try a rare pint or a seriously unique schooner, or three.

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


Featured Artist: Mike Larsen

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
Chow Down Site

The Park Public House: 6114 Phinney Ave N
Art Up and Chow Down Site

On Friday, from 6 – 9 pm, join the B.O.O.K.Club (Beer Out Of Kegs) with five breweries sharing beers and telling stories. Deschutes, Two Beers, New Belgium, Firestone, and Sierra Nevada will all have representatives available to talk with and answer questions. Festivities include limited release beers, food/drinks specials, free gifts and prizes, and live music with our neighborhood favorite Everson Pines following the event at 9 pm. Stay tuned for more info.

Pema Kharpo: 8554 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

The Phinery: 6500 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist:  Ericka Wolf

Ericka paints with both oils and encaustic, usually from a photograph she’s taken of a place she’s visited and loved; Greece, Italy, Mexico and Cuba are favorites. She creates pieces that reunite her with the blurry and vibrant colors that she can easily forget exist after months of Seattle gray skies.

Phinney Books: 7405 Greenwood Ave. N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Lee Harper

I live and work in the neighborhood and a lot of my photos are taken within walking distance. My photography has evolved in the last few years, first with a focus on macro photography, and now I have a growing interest in all things flying, as well as black and white photography. I upped my game after finally breaking out the camera manual and investing in some photography classes.

Phinney Books will feature some of my Little Locals, mini art that reminds me of making shrink dinks growing up (except for the burning plastic smell of course!) The reality is that most of us don’t have a lot of room on our walls for big art. These little guys can hang on a wall or sit on a shelf and they make great gifts!  There will also be some framed art, including some of my abstract photography, created by intentionally moving the camera while taking a photograph.  The end result is something that looks more like a watercolor than a photograph.

Phinney Center Gallery: 6532 Phinney Ave N
Art Up


NW Fine Arts Competition

See the work of Pacific Northwest painters, sculptors, photographers and mixed media artists selected by jurors Lynn Schirmer, Kate Protage and Chris Sheridan. Sandi Bransford was selected as the Jurors’ Choice artist. Meet many of the artists and vote for the People’s Choice at the opening reception, Friday May 12, 7-9 pm,  

Phinney Ridge Cabinets: 8003 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artist: Amber Leaders

I’ve been a digital artist for 17 years. I love to mix mid century modern design and graphic illustration. I’m passionate about color, shapes, and creating a joyful feeling of nostalgia with a modern twist. As I move forward in life I am realizing art and life is an ever-evolving journey.  I currently live in North Seattle with my husband and two small dogs. I absolutely love coffee, looking for vintage treasures, and spending time with friends.

“Unity” (the piece above) was created in response to recent events. There is a uniqueness in individuality but when people stand together unified in thought and in love, true beauty exists.

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

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

Progressive Comfort Solutions: 129 NW 85th St
Art Up Site

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

Rudy’s Barbershop: 6415 Phinney Ave N
Art Up Site

Featured Artist: Jessica Byrd

A Seattle-based artist whose approach to her art is the same as her approach to life: Explore. Take risks. Refuse to be crippled by the fear of failure. And at all costs, love what you do. She has chosen a life dedicated to the arts because of her belief in its power to shift mindsets, move hearts, and transform culture. “We all have a place in the world, a purpose that is worth pursuing for a lifetime. I am convinced that this is part of mine”

We will be offering 5$ Bang, Beard, and Neck trims! 5$ off our normal price.

We will have sidewalk chalk & loud tunes!

Salon Mercury: 7513 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

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


Featured Artist: Shilpa Srinivason

Shilpa is 16 years old, and mostly paints using watercolor and acrylic paint. She loves to paint portraits of women she admires and expressive photographs she finds online. Shilpa also likes to experiment using bright colors and dripping paint. Painting and drawing have been a passion of hers since the age of three and it is hands down her favorite thing to do, ever. She’d like to pursue portrait painting in the future, but until then she’ll be painting portraits for fun!

Artist Reception 11 am – 2 pm

Snacks/candy/water and a special Art Walk coupon for 15% off summer camps and a free trial lesson along with the paintings on display in the lobby (or outside under a tent depending on weather).

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


Featured Artist: Zel Margaretes

Zel Margaretes is a Seattle-based bladesmith, crafting custom and small-run production cutlery for home and field use

Seattle Recreative: 8408 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Seattle Recycled Arts Festival Site

Featured Artist: David Tinsley.
Sculptures out of driftwood

Working as an artist helped David find a place in the world, a way to connect, to realize that he has something valuable to offer, to touch others through the spirit of the work. He feels that the objects that make up our environment have a profound effect on our Soul. These objects deserve recognition and honor. Their roles should be evocative and also provocative, they should allow us to relax with them and yet challenge us to more lofty ideas.

Seattle Recreative will be holding a reception on Friday from 6-9, David will be leading a kid activity with small driftwood sculpture making. Cocktails, wine and beer will be available for purchase.


Saturday we will have jewelry maker Laura Hofsteen selling her jewelry in the afternoon, which is made out of broken guitar strings, keys, and other found objects/reused materials!

Sip and Ship: 7511 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Studio RSVR & Etta Lilienthal: 7601 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site



RSVR visual research is an exploratory design and art practice focused on merging architecture, art, and industrial design. RSVR are currently working as SDOT artist-in-residence planning permanent art lighting of Seattle’s historic drawbridges.


Etta Lilienthal has been making art professionally since 1999.  Her work in environmental installation, light, sculpture and performance design has been seen around the world with Olson Kundig Architects, Degenerate Art Ensemble, Kronos Quartet, Diavolo, Maureen Whiting Co., Mark Haim and Emio Greco|PC. Her installation work has graced galleries and museums such as Suyama Space, the Frye Art Museum, the Hedreen Gallery, By Others @ Board & Vellum, and many other public and private institutions.

Teasome: 6412 Phinney Ave N
Chow Down and Art Up Site

Thaiku: 6705 Phinney Ave N
Chow Down Site

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


Featured Artist: Katana Sol, age 19

Seattle native, loves cats and art. Aspires to be an industrial or theatrical designer and wants to meet Ichiro Suzuki.


Featured Artist: Josiah Likkel, age 19

Seattle {Greenwood} native, loves to fish and play bass. Interested in animal conservation and aspires to work in fisheries.


Featured Artist: Alex Guettler, age 22
Seattle {Greenwood} native, loves comics and urban farming, aspires to work in a mental health related field.

Two Birds Tattoo: 7408 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site

Group show entitled Wild Women.
    Suzy Todd
    Ruby Santiago
    Tarah Pennington
    Alexis Witt
    Robyn Emlen
    Laura Davie
    Chelsea Youngblood
All proceeds from the sale of art will be going to local charity Mary’s Place, empowering homeless woman, children and families to reclaim their lives.

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


Featured Artists:  


Amy Stone



Artists of The Sacred Hoop


And live music by Jenna Vivre

There will also be beer from Rooftop Brewing

Urban Hands/ Upper Crust Catering:  8420 Greenwood Ave N
Art Up Site


Featured Artists: Melissa Crosseto and Chuck Johnson
Urban Hands will feature images of the original murals that went up following the March 2016 explosion in Greenwood, as photographed by Chuck.
Melissa was one of the dozens of artists who contributed a mural.  Hers was up at G&O Family Cyclery and is depicted here. Melissa is an abstract artist working in Seattle. Her abstract geometric paintings have an emphasis on dimension and symmetry to incite a sense of celestial wanderlust.
We will also have complimentary treats and non-alcoholic beverages.
Urban Light Studios: 8537 Greenwood Ave N – CLOSING SATURDAY AT 3 PM
Art Up Site

Seattle Recycled Arts Festival Main Site 


“Recycled, Repurposed, Reimagined”

Juried Arts Show Opening Reception – 6 – 10 pm Friday and noon – 3 pm Saturday

The purpose of the Seattle Recycled Arts Festival is to educate and get the community excited about the reuse and recycling of items in fun and creative ways. We define “recycled art” as art created using at least 75% recycled materials. This exhibit features several Northwest artists who use discarded items to create unique and eclectic pieces of art.

NOTE: Several other venues (noted above) are also hosting artists as part of the Seattle Recycled Arts Festival.


In the small gallery on Friday:
Closing reception: The Art of Stacia Burrington

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


Warlock Labs Spring Exhibition
A group show of Warlock Labs’ studio members Tom Dougherty, Scott Faulkner, Dalton Webb and Jason Zayas. Come check out our “greatest hits” as well as new works and affordable prints, and enjoy some refreshments and conversation.

Windermere Greenwood: 311 N 85th St
Art Up Site


HAVE FUN AND DO GOOD! Windermere Greenwood will be selling donated art & costume jewelry to benefit Mainstay, an organization that matches Seattle employers with qualified employees who have barriers to employment (such as a physical or mental disability).

WING DOME: 7818 Greenwood Ave N
Chow Down Site

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


“Signs of the Times,”  a collection of photos from the Women’s March on Washington, modified and “altered.”  Artists Elaine Douglas, Carol Waymack and Anne Lewis

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

Open Mic Night
Musician sign up starts at 6:15, open mic runs from 7:00 to 9:00




This collection of photographs, taken in 2017, documents non-human animals who are living at various points of intersection with humans.. From the Salt River WIld Horse Herd in Arizona, to Wolves and Wolf Dogs living in Sanctuary, what does it mean to be wild in America?   What do we humans really know about our wild kin, what do we think we know, and how much do our gross misunderstandings lead to harm? The questions themselves demand that we look in the eyes of our non-human kin and ask, “Who are you?” while looking deeply at ourselves and asking, “Who am I?”

Donna is a Certified Marine Naturalist, Artist, and Education Professional who specializes in arts-infused teaching and learning, environmental education, and trans-species relational learning. From early childhood, she has spent countless hours in the presence of other species; observing and feeling the power of mutual connection.

Donna studied Visual Art, English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Washington–Seattle, earned her Master of Education degree from the University of Arkansas–Fayetteville, and is currently pursuing her certification on Animal-Assisted Learning and Self-Development through One Heart Wild’s ROOTS Institute. As Board Member with One Heart Wild Education Sanctuary, she is co-leading the Animals and Empathy program for elementary students.  Her prints and drawings have been included in local, national and international exhibitions and she more recently, she has begun to explore photography of species on the edges of the wild.

The Yard: 8313 Greenwood Ave N

Chow Down Site

Yu Tang Ceramics: 519 N 85th St
Art Up Site


Yu Tang Ceramics makes and sells fully functional and decorative ceramic ware. All works are hand made by Curtis Yu.

Works can be found for purchase at the Yu Tang Ceramics Studio & Gallery, The Sunday Ballard Farmers Market, and at  Custom orders are available.

Yu Tang Ceramics Studio offers Individual, semi-private, and group classes.

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