Local Artists at The Building

 August 12, 2015

The Building will be hosting various artists and designers for Art Walk tomorrow evening, August 13th from 6-9pm.

Art Work by Linda Robertson

August Art Walk at The Building

The Building / 4316 SW Othello St

Curtis Ashby at Locöl Barley & Vine

August 12, 2015

Locöl Barley & Vine will be showing the work of Curtis Ashby tomorrow evening for Art Walk. Visit Curtis' website (www.curtisashbyart.com) for images of his work and for more info about his process.


Curtis Ashby at Locöl Barley & Vine

D.Lisa West at Windermere West Seattle

August 12, 2015

Windermere West Seattle will be featuring art by D. Lisa West at August Art Walk tomorrow evening.


Artist Statement:

"I draw things everyday, sometimes to document a moment in time, sometimes to work out ideas for larger paintings. This collection of drawings and paintings feature drawings from an ocean trip, a European trip, and from everyday life in Seattle. The paintings are my newest still lives, featuring everyday items."


D.Lisa West was born in Renton, Washington, the child of a cabinetmaker and a potter. A graduate of the Still life Atelier at Gage Academy of Art, she has shown her art around Seattle, and the Northwest.


D.Lisa West at Windermere

Windermere Real Estate / 4526 California Ave. SW

Brittany Hunt at Cupcake Royale

August 12, 2015

Cupcake Royale will be featuring art work by Brittany Hunt tomorrow for Art Walk.


Brittany works with acrylic paints and neon markers on canvas. She is a West Seattleite who loves to paint nature-inspired abstract art. This month, she's featuring bubbly, bright art to complement the bright colors of Cupcake Royale.


Brittany Hunt at Cupcake Royale 

Cupcake Royale / 4556 California Ave SW

Meg Johnson & Dan Thoreson at Capers

August 12, 2015

Capers is pleased to have two artists with them this month for August Art Walk, Meg Johnson and Dan Thoreson.


Meg Johnson will be showing her new body of work, Natural Unfolding, which consists of infinitely elaborate shibori collages.


Dan Thoreson will be highlighting his Baba's Bowlworks - liberating the bowls from their bondage in the woods.

Drop into Capers from 6-9 on Thursday, August 13th for Art Walk.


Meg Johnson & Dan Thoreson at Capers

Marilyn Van Cleave at Wild Rose's

August 12, 2015

Marilyn Van Cleave is back at Wild Rose's this month for August Art Walk, tomorrow from 6-9pm




Her art features scenes from Washington state. Many of the animals in the show are painted from those she see's in her own West Seattle back yard. Stop by Wild Rose's tomorrow to catch this show.


Marilyn Van Cleave at Wild Rose's

Wild Rose's Antiques and Gifts / 4529 California Ave SW

Jennifer Chin at West Seattle Wine Cellars

August 12, 2015

Jennifer Chin will be showing a selection of her work at West Seattle Wine Cellars tomorrow for August Art Walk.

 

Artist Bio:

Jennifer Chin was born in Seattle. In 1995 she completed a BA in Art from the University of Washington. While Jennifer’s primary focus is painting and collage, she hand pulls relief and monotype prints, and enjoys the immediacy of Instagram. Her most recent work is inspired by translating the Japanese textile surface design technique of shibori and Rorschach ink blots into paintings. Jennifer currently lives and works in Tacoma.


Join West Seattle Wine Cellars for Art Walk this Thursday and also celebrate Washington Wine Month with them. From 5:30 to 9:00, they’ll be pouring a tasty selection of wines from our state. Come and give them a try while you enjoy the artwork of Jennifer Chin.


Jennifer Chin at West Seattle Cellars

West Seattle Cellars / 6026 California Ave. SW

Sarah Riley at Happy Family Health and Wellness

August 12, 2015

Happy Family Health in Wellness will be showing the work of Sarah Riley this Thursday for August Art Walk.


Artist Bio:

Sarah was born in California and has lived in Washington for 21 years. She has been painting in Seattle since 2011 and has created a small collection. Her works are done in oil on canvas, and are symbolic or mystical. She is self-taught and still learning. Sarah is also a photographer who enjoys street photography and specializes in taking portraits.
Please join Happy Family Health & Wellness, Sarah Riley, along with Glow Medispa for light appetizers and adult refreshments as they talk art, health and beauty!


Sarah Riley at Happy Family Health & Wellness

Happy Family Health & Wellness / 5400 California Ave SW, Suite F
 

Hannah Viano at Click! Design That Fits

August 12, 2015

Click! Design That Fits will be showing the work of artist Hannah Viano this Thursday from 6-9pm during August Art Walk.

Artist Statement:

In my life, art has been fit in around the edges, a tiny sketchbook and a stolen moment in the rigging of a sailing ship, or a thick roll of paper held open by my bare feet in the sand. I have taught and danced, researched and adventured from Ketchikan to Cape Horn. Currently snug in Seattle, I carve out the pieces of those days that need to be saved for other eyes, and find new inspiration in treasures close to home.


Click! is displaying the original papercuts from Hannah's latest book, "Arrow to Alaska." These one of a kind artworks were used to create the imagery throughout the book, and will be available at Click! through the end of August.


Hannah Viano at Click! Design That Fits

Click! Design That Fits / 4540 California Ave SW

Rodger Greene, Bill Hodge, & Stephen Rock at ArtsWest

August 10, 2015

ArtsWest will be featuring the work of Rodger Greene, Bill Hodge, and Stephen Rock for this Thursday's Art Walk on August 13th.


Artist Bio 

Stephen Rock, Bill Hodge, and Rodger Greene use pieces of familiar things (like wood, words, Styrofoam balls) to create things that startle with their newness yet simultaneously draw attention to the thing that was once familiar.

Rodger Greene’s chunky, obviously handmade sculptures look like pieces of Coney Island fixed themselves up and hit the road Muppet‑style to become art objects. Clumps of stripes jut out of scalloped edges at odd angles and invite you to think about abstract painting in three dimensions with no attempt at seamless illusion. Greene writes, “Relating pleasure in discovery and engagement with perception remains my aim.”

Bill Hodge glues bits of reclaimed plywood together (most often salvaged kitchen cabinet doors), cuts it into strips, and pieces them together. The compositions are primarily two‑dimensional patterns and designs that play off of the intricate markings inherent in the wood itself. Wave‑like shapes undulate over a dense array of browns: siennas, ochres, umbers. Hodge writes, “My art is inspired by the beauty that hides just below the surface of old, well‑worn, discarded wood that has outlived its original usefulness. I find satisfaction in giving old wood a new purpose and reclaimed beauty.”

Stephen Rock paints with watercolors on prints he makes of digital collages. The opaque, hard‑edged digital imagery is interrupted by soft, blotchy, semi‑transparent mark‑making happening in the negative space of the digital image. Images and words are cut up and arranged with more attention to what makes sense visually than preserving the original meaning of the image or text, though hints of meaning and original contexts peek through the abstraction. Rock writes, “The images are influenced by an evolving urban aesthetic that is a mashup of cultures and conversation, a style of visual dialogue that consumes and reconfigures itself into a new language for the hyphenated, abbreviated, multilingual world.”



Rodger Greene, Bill Hodge, & Stephen Rock at ArtsWest

ArtsWest Gallery / 4711 California Ave SW

Jessie Summa Russo at Hotwire Online Coffeehouse

August 10, 2015

Jessie Summa Russo will be showing a selection of her artwork at Hotwire Online Coffeehouse this coming Thursday, August 13th for Art Walk.


Artist Statement:

What Is Stereophonic Sound?

My recent work is inspired by and connected to the layers of my life as a musician as well as my graphic design and printmaking background.

Campy cover art from 1950s easy listening records has always appealed to me, as has abstract painting from the same time period. These mixed media pieces incorporate those elements with calligraphy and stenciling, and the overall effect reminds me of a wall that has been plastered with multiple posters and graffiti that has worn away over time. I love those too.

My typical process was to build up texture and shapes first, mostly with coffee filters, record sleeves, and sheet music from my old ‘90s grunge magazines. Once the glue dried I’d go back and paint with ink and acrylics, and from there go back and forth between gluing and painting until I liked the overall composition.


Hotwire Online Coffeehouse invites you to join them this Thursday, August 13th, for Art Walk. Jessie will also be selling works exhibited in the show. Please enquire at Hotwire if interested or contact Jessie directly for purchasing info or commissioned work at summarusso@gmail.com.


Jessie Summa Russo at Hotwire

Hotwire Online Coffeehouse / 4410 California Ave SW

Put the Needle on the Record at Twilight Gallery

August 7, 2015

For August Art Walk, Twilight Gallery presents Put the Needle on the Record, a group show featuring multiple artists exploring the connection between visual art and music.


Cover art has been a part of the music experience since the first pieces of sheet music were published. Photos and portraits of musicians catch out imagination and allow us to feel what it might have been like to be there, at that show……

This group exhibit of musically themed work is stitched based, national and curated by Los Angeles artist Ellen Schinderman. Ellen has been featured in Hoopla, the Art of Unexpected Embroidery, Hustler Magazine, Juxtapoz, LA Weekly, Huffington Post and much more. She is the curator of Stitch Fetish at Hive Gallery in LA and is a prolific artist who paints with thread on varied themes such as pop culture, erotica and large scale cross stitch.


Please join Twilight Gallery this coming Thursday, August 13th, for Art Walk.


Put the Needle on the Record at Twilight Gallery

Lorraine Fryett at Wallflower Custom Framing

August 7, 2015

Wallflower Custom Framing will be featuring the work of Lorraine Fryett for this coming Thursday's Art Walk, on August 13th.



Artist Statement:

The essence of my work is expressing my emotional response to flowers. In exploring their intricacies of form and nuances of color, I wish to impart to the viewer these responses.

I work to refine my realistic style, infuse the painting with ethereal qualities, to attain a truly idiomatic style while respecting nature, to develop this personal interpretation into an artistic identity: i.e. sans signature, the painting 'signs' itself.

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Lorraine's work will appeal to many, but be sure to invite the nature lovers, gardeners, and outdoor enthusiasts in your life to come see her artwork at the Shooting Gallery this Thursday at Wallflower.


Lorraine Fryett at Wallflower Custom Framing

Tim McGuire at Cupcake Royale

Tim McGuire will be showing a selection of his photographic works at Cupcake Royale this Thursday, July 9 for Art Walk.


Tim McGuire has been a photographer for 33 years, starting when he was in early high school, going on to study photography and graphic arts in college, and then continuing to learn while making a living through various avenues of commercial and editorial photography since then. Tim has always been an artist and is constantly inspired by the world around him and especially by the more natural world, or what he would call the "great outdoors".

His earliest inspiration was the landscapes and light of the high desert plateau and mountains of the Four Corners area, where Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona meet. Twenty-‐five years ago when he moved to Seattle he became inspired with the slightly more damp landscapes of the Pacific Northwest and now finds inspiration around the world in his travels with his wife, Amy.


As a patient observer and someone who craves deep and meaningful experience in nature, Tim uses his personal and visual talents as a photographer along with his cameras to create and capture his experience in dynamic and emotional imagery. This “Trees” exhibit is a tribute to the beauty, form, line, complexity, and simplicity of these amazing works of nature we are often surrounded by and often fail to really take the time to truly appreciate.


Tim McGuire at Cupcake Royale 

Cupcake Royale / 4556 California Ave SW

Hannah Viano at Click! Design That Fits

Click! Design That Fits will be showing the work of artist Hannah Viano this Thursday from 6-9pm during Art Walk.


Artist Statement:

In my life, art has been fit in around the edges, a tiny sketchbook and a stolen moment in the rigging of a sailing ship, or a thick roll of paper held open by my bare feet in the sand. I have taught and danced, researched and adventured from Ketchikan to Cape Horn. Currently snug in Seattle, I carve out the pieces of those days that need to be saved for other eyes, and find new inspiration in treasures close to home.


Hannah will also be signing copies of her new children's book "Arrow to Alaska". She will be giving demonstrations of her paper cutting technique and selling the original artwork that became the book!


Hannah Viano at Click! Design That Fits

Click! Design That Fits / 4540 California Ave SW

Flora Carlile-Kovacs at The Building

Flora Carlile-Kovacs of Felt Studio will be showing her art at The Building this Thursday from 6-9pm during July Art Walk.


Flora Carlile-Kovacs at The Building

The Building / 4316 SW Othello St

One Secret Misson at Happy Family Health & Wellness

Happy Family Health & Wellness is excited to host One Secret Mission this Thursday for July Art Walk.


One Secret Mission is a collection of artists whose goal is to capture and share the beauty of the world. Artists are called to submit inspirational art and share it so that they can in turn inspire others. Recently founded by a Seattle native, users can share their work online with others around the world.


Please join Happy Family Health & Wellness, One Secret Mission artists, along with Attune Natural Health, and Glow Medispa for light appetizers and adult refreshments as they talk photography, health and beauty!


One Secret Misson at Happy Family Health & Wellness

Happy Family Health & Wellness / 5400 California Ave SW, Suite F

Rodger Greene, Bill Hodge, & Stephen Rock at ArtsWest

July 6, 2015

ArtsWest will be featuring the work of Rodger Greene, Bill Hodge, and Stephen Rock for this Thursday's Art Walk.


Artist Bio 

Stephen Rock, Bill Hodge, and Rodger Greene use pieces of familiar things (like wood, words, Styrofoam balls) to create things that startle with their newness yet simultaneously draw attention to the thing that was once familiar.

Rodger Greene’s chunky, obviously handmade sculptures look like pieces of Coney Island fixed themselves up and hit the road Muppet‑style to become art objects. Clumps of stripes jut out of scalloped edges at odd angles and invite you to think about abstract painting in three dimensions with no attempt at seamless illusion. Greene writes, “Relating pleasure in discovery and engagement with perception remains my aim.”

Bill Hodge glues bits of reclaimed plywood together (most often salvaged kitchen cabinet doors), cuts it into strips, and pieces them together. The compositions are primarily two‑dimensional patterns and designs that play off of the intricate markings inherent in the wood itself. Wave‑like shapes undulate over a dense array of browns: siennas, ochres, umbers. Hodge writes, “My art is inspired by the beauty that hides just below the surface of old, well‑worn, discarded wood that has outlived its original usefulness. I find satisfaction in giving old wood a new purpose and reclaimed beauty.”

Stephen Rock paints with watercolors on prints he makes of digital collages. The opaque, hard‑edged digital imagery is interrupted by soft, blotchy, semi‑transparent mark‑making happening in the negative space of the digital image. Images and words are cut up and arranged with more attention to what makes sense visually than preserving the original meaning of the image or text, though hints of meaning and original contexts peek through the abstraction. Rock writes, “The images are influenced by an evolving urban aesthetic that is a mashup of cultures and conversation, a style of visual dialogue that consumes and reconfigures itself into a new language for the hyphenated, abbreviated, multilingual world.”


Please join ArtsWest for the reception during ArtWalk. Artist talks will start at 7:00.


Rodger Greene, Bill Hodge, & Stephen Rock at ArtsWest

ArtsWest Gallery / 4711 California Ave SW

Gary Word at RE/MAX Junction

July 6, 2015

Artist Gary Word will be showing a selection of his fused glass works at RE/MAX Junction this Thursday for Art Walk.


Born in Olympia, WA, Gary Word has received recognition in the United States and Canada for his works, which range from small‑scale pieces in traditional media to large‑scale residential and commercial interior and exterior projects. He has shared his knowledge and stages of artistic and career development with audiences at the Department of Art at U.C.L.A. and at a job fair at Highline Community College (WA).


Since 2000, his primary medium has been fused glass. His study of the instruments of master luthiers, as well as that of contemporary makers, combine with his interest in science and engineering, has led to the continuous production of electric guitars as well as members of the violin family. These intriguing instruments have been tested and certified by professional players and heard in concert throughout the region.

Join RE/MAX Junction for this Thursday's Art Walk and enjoy music by Blues artist Shawn Bayly, who will be performing on a fused glass Epiphone-style hollow body guitar crafted by Gary Word.


Gary Word at RE/MAX Junction

RE/MAX Junction / 4727 44th Ave SW, Suite 101

Katrina del Mar at Twilight Gallery & Boutique

July 6, 2015

Katrina del Mar will be exhibiting her photographic works at Twilight Gallery & Boutique this Thursday during Art Walk. The title of her show is "Feral Women".


With Feral Women, Katrina del Mar continues to explore the theme of wild women who break with convention, an obsession she’s had since childhood. The wildness in women, sometimes overt, sometimes subtle is, for del Mar, a manifestation of innate inestimable power and therefore a source of the divine. Large scale, hi octane, full color, super-saturated photographs could be scenes from forgotten, fantastic films. The high hard femme, the bad girl, the rocker, the biker, the surfer-selkie, are icons of a new feminist pantheon.

Artist Bio:

Katrina del Mar is a New York-based photographer, video artist, writer, and award-winning film director. Her work has been described as “beautiful” exuding an “intimate chemistry” and also as “filth of the highest quality.” Katrina herself has been described as a “major league cutie,” “a wild woman,” “the Lesbian Russ Meyer,” and “apparently, the lesbian step-child of Kenneth Anger.”


Katrina del Mar at Twilight Gallery & Boutique

Twilight Gallery & Boutique / 4306 SW Alaska St.

Kristi Duke at West Seattle Wine Cellars

July 6, 2015

West Seattle Wine Cellars will be featuring the work of Kristi Duke at this Thursday's Art Walk. For this show, Kristi will be displaying her works made with alcohol inks on a plasticized paper called Yupo.


Artist Statement:
I am moved by color. I will have cravings to see and feel certain colors together. I work in all types of mediums ranging from the culinary arts, to metal, wood and canvas and so on. Life is my medium. 


Kristi was previously one of the wine reps for West Seattle Wine Cellars (WSWC). She has since moved on to other ventures, but WSWC is happy to have found a way to keep her presence in the shop a bit longer.

For this month’s Art Walk, WSWC will be having their free weekly tasting featuring Greek wines. Greece has a rich history of winemaking, dating back to the 7th century BCE. On Thursday from 5:30 to 9:00, they’ll be pouring a delicious sampling of wines from this diverse Mediterranean country. Come and give them a try while you enjoy the artwork of Kristi Duke.


Kristi Duke at West Seattle Cellars

West Seattle Cellars / 6026 California Ave. SW

Janet Ramble at Wild Rose's

July 6, 2015

Artist Janet Ramble will be showing a selection of her paintings at Wild Rose's for July Art Walk this Thursday.


Janet is a West Seattle oil painter whose focus is local ‑ landscapes, gardens, and critters. She lives in the Admiral district and has been featured at Wild Rose's both spring and fall for several years.



Join Wild Rose's for wine, great weather, and music on Thursday, July 9th for Art Walk.


Janet Ramble at Wild Rose's

Wild Rose's Antiques and Gifts / 4529 California Ave SW

Jessica Creager at Wallflower Custom Framing

July 1, 2015

Wallflower Custom Framing will be featuring the art of Jessica Creager on Thursday, July 9th for Art Walk.


Jessica’s foundation is in the arts. She has been painting since the age of fourteen, and has BFAs in both painting and photography from the University of Washington. The creative members of her family (artists, engineers, inventors, and architects) inspired her to pursue a legal education and to champion the creative endeavors of others. She earned her J.D. at Seattle University’s School of Law in 2009, with a focus on intellectual property issues, and has been practicing in West Seattle since her admission to the Washington State Bar Association in 2010.


She continues to be inspired by her parents - her father with a background in city development and her mother as a fiber artist and emerging milliner. She is also inspired by her former classmates, artists and attorneys alike. Jessica continues to show new work at least once a year in painting. Jessica is also proud to serve as a board member with the Washington Lawyers for the Arts.


Jessica Creager at Wallflower Custom Framing

Lauren Olson at RE/MAX Junction

July 1, 2015

Lauren Olson will be showing her wearable art at RE/MAX Junction Thursday, July 9th for Art Walk.



Lauren "Techno-Princess" Olson is a walking rainbow of color. She has been previously featured on the cover of the Seattle Times for her love of dance. Lauren began creating Habihats, using her skills as an artist to create hats that feature hand painted backgrounds and incorporates figures to complete these wearable pieces of art.


Lauren Olson at RE/MAX Junction

Mindi Katzman at Capers

July 1, 2015

On Thursday, July 9th, Capers is pleased to welcome back artist Mindi Katzman to the West Seattle Art Walk.


With a BA in Drawing and Printmaking, Katzman graduated from the University of South Florida in 1976. She has completed residencies at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture in Maine and Banff Center for the Arts in Alberta, Canada. She spent one month as resident artist in The Project Room at Tacoma's Museum of Glass. Katzman's work is represented in many public collections from Prudential Insurance to Microsoft, and most recently, University of Washington Medical Center.


Katzman's work is primarily in encaustics, painting on both flat and 3-D surfaces and drawing from colors and energy in both local surroundings and long distance travels. The Koi themed paintings were the result of a trip to Mexico where the rich colors influenced her use of fine line and detail, bringing movement and depth to this body of work. She achieves definition by using a wood burning tool affixed with a traditional calligraphy pen nib.

Join Capers on Thursday, July 9th from 6-9pm for art, beverages, and nibbles.


Mindi Katzman at Capers

West Seattle Art Walk - Summer 2015: Late for Bed Now by Clare Johnson

Art Walk is preparing for an exciting summer season! Join us every second Thursday - July 9, August 13, and September 10 - as we celebrate local art and culture in West Seattle.

This quarter's flyer features art by Clare Johnson. Clare is a painter, drawer, and writer whose work frequently explores the themes of memory, absence, growing up, fragmentation, nostalgia, and in-betweenness. Clare explains the inspiration behind her work in her own words:
"The fact that we can only exist in one time and place is both an ordinary truth and a tragic one. We inevitably lose loved ones, have to live away from friends, see landscapes change, wish we could relive some great day.

My work is a futile yet sincere attempt to locate and recover these lost things. It tries to let us exist again with what has slipped away, hovering between now and then."

 


Gretchen Flickinger, Bonnie Bennedsen, & Sheila Lengle at Windermere

June 10, 2015

Windermere Real Estate West Seattle will host the works of 2015 WSGT poster art winner “Anything Grows” by Gretchen Flickinger, watercolorist Bonnie Bennedsen, and 2012 WSGT poster art winner Sheila Lengle this Thursday, June 11th, from 6-9pm for Art Walk. The title of the show is "3 Women Art Show" and it celebrates the 20th Annual West Seattle Garden Tour (WSGT).


Stop by Windermere Real Estate West Seattle for the show opening, to meet the artists, and to enjoy entertainment PLUS some “extras”.



Gretchen Flickinger, Bonnie Bennedsen, & Sheila Lengle at Windermere

Windermere Real Estate / 4526 California Ave. SW
 

Katrina del Mar at Twilight Gallery & Boutique

 June 10, 2015

Katrina del Mar will be exhibiting her photographic works at Twilight Gallery & Boutique tomorrow during Art Walk. The title of her show is "Feral Women".


With Feral Women, Katrina del Mar continues to explore the theme of wild women who break with convention, an obsession she’s had since childhood. The wildness in women, sometimes overt, sometimes subtle is, for del Mar, a manifestation of innate inestimable power and therefore a source of the divine. Large scale, hi octane, full color, super-saturated photographs could be scenes from forgotten, fantastic films. The high hard femme, the bad girl, the rocker, the biker, the surfer-selkie, are icons of a new feminist pantheon.


Artist Bio:

Katrina del Mar is a New York-based photographer, video artist, writer, and award-winning film director. Her work has been described as “beautiful” exuding an “intimate chemistry” and also as “filth of the highest quality.” Katrina herself has been described as a “major league cutie,” “a wild woman,” “the Lesbian Russ Meyer,” and “apparently, the lesbian step-child of Kenneth Anger.”


Katrina del Mar at Twilight Gallery & Boutique

Twilight Gallery & Boutique / 4306 SW Alaska St.

Cheryl Robinson at Click! Design That Fits

 June 10, 2015

Click! Design That Fits is excited to be hosting Cheryl Robinson and a selection of her art work this Thursday, June 11th at Art Walk.


Cheryl Robinson has been an integral part of the West Seattle art scene as an artist, curator, and one of the original co-founders of Twilight in The Junction. This show marks her triumphant return to the Art Walk she helped create and define.

A true creative who is proficient in multiple mediums, she's making her Click! debut with paintings, cards, and handmade ceramic.

 

Artist Statement:

I'm Cheryl, maker of things and I call Seattle, WA my home. I have a degree in Fine Art from ASU and am a commissioned chalkboard artist with a passion for penmanship. I'm from Las Vegas, Nevada and I started making art at a tender age like most artists do, with what was readily available, pencils and paper. Later I moved on to paint, clay and then metal and beeswax. I'm a little bit obsessed with art supplies so I have a tendency to move through mediums and techniques looking for the best way to make the things that live in my head. I love Martini Friday's, hanging out with my Main Man Markus and Miss Jezebel.


Cheryl Robinson at Click! Design That Fits 

Click! Design That Fits / 4540 California Ave SW