Wild Rose's March Artist

Wild Rose's presents Lisa Bajocich mosaic artist.Complimentary wine will be served.

Body Bar March Artist and March Specials


Jackie Helton has worked as a freelance photographer for 9 years. The body of work I'm showing this month is about my travels throughout the Northwest in 2008. I was able to immerse myself in nature as way to heal and move forward spiritually. My work is about how we are bound by nature regardless of how far we try to move away from it.

C&P Coffee March Artist


What Feeds Us A collection of photographs by Sally Shintaffer & Poppy Barach explores the meaning of What Feeds Us. Single images and collage-like groupings emphasize the essential sensual character of food and offer perspective beyond the plate. In their MixedGreens blog, they focus on stepping lightly and living locally with an emphasis on whole foods in season. Through this collection, they take a more personal look at what sustains them. We do not live by bread alone so come sit at the table with us and enjoy an interesting evening.

Click! Design that Fits March Artist


West Seattle artist Kate Fluckinger looks for beauty in change, aging, and the darker, more emotional sides of life. Although not always intentional, her work often portrays relationships or the lack thereof. She hopes the viewer will consider questions of what is hidden or how it feels underneath. Kate works primarily in oil paints and beeswax (encaustics), sometimes with clay or silver. View more of her work at http://www.katefluckinger.com/.

Edie Shoes March Artist


Artist: Mike Doyle 30 new water colors each piece priced at $30. Wine and treats will be served and the artist will be in attendance.

Clementine March Artist


Clementine will be hosting artist, Cheryl Monroe, whose show "Scenes of Tuscany" will feature oil paintings of the places Cheryl has come to love. Villas, estates and the surrounding Italian countryside are fondly recollected here in rich hues of terracotta, ochre and yellow. Please join us for champagne and chocolates, and bask for a little while in the warm colors of Italy.

Shadowland Live Music

Jazz Band - Vinyl Logic playing at 8pm

Hotwire Coffee March Artist


Photographs by Lora Lewis. Lora captures the essence of the bar in her series of coffee shop images.

Windermere Real Estate March Artist

Kim Tingley and Barb Ogden,realtors at Windermere,are proud to present TomFriberg,a local West Seattlite whose sense of color and style will surely bringa smile to the community.
Tom is a West Seattle native who has traveled the world for business andpleasure. Now retired, Tom is able to capture and share joys of lifethrough the watercolor medium. Having returned to West Seattle 22 years agohe and his wife, Shannon, have lived on Alki for the last 12 years.

8 Limbs Yoga March Artist


Liz Moody

Liz Moody http://www.lizmoody.net/
Mixed media artist, working primarily in acrylics, pastel, and collage. Bright, playful paintings using collage elements such as vintage vogue patterns, lace, and early 1900's children's books.

Coffee to a Tea with Sugar March Artist

Brian J. Carr.

His photographs include architecture and nature from around the world. Coffee to a Tea will be hosting a reception during the art walk, complete with complimentary champagne and cupcakes. At the reception, Brian will be show casing some of his stained glass art work. 30% of all profits from Brian's work will be donated to the nonprofit group "The Animal Rescue Site".

Red Cup March Artist

I was named after my father whos name was Deane. Igrew up in West Seattle and always find myself returning here afterseveral travels. I have always been into art as a way to express mydreams and as a form of meditation. I went to the UW as aninterdisciplinary visual art student with the intention of becoming anart therapist. I will be starting my graduate program for art therapyat Antioch University this spring after returning from Israel thismonth. I would love to help people heal from any form of trauma withart as it has helped me to grow and see and understand myself. I hopeyou enjoy my art.

Twilight March Artist


About the Artists: Seattle artist, Brian White uses found materials such as old dolls and archaic tool remains to create his fantastically creepy sculptures.“The objects I collect and use in my work hold for me such emotion, and a connection to our past. Things left unsaid or undone, things long forgotten and discarded, and the things we loved or hurt us in our past. To me, these objects are just a reminder of where we came from and what makes us who we are today.”

Vino and cupcakes will be served too.

Georgia Blu March Artist

Georgia Blu is proud to present the gorgeous photography portraiture oflocal artist Donna Ryan. Donna is a child photographer who is based out ofthe Junction neighborhood. Please visit her website at www.donnaryanphotography.com.

Skylark Cafe March Artist


Mike Capp is a talented artist whose style roams between the absurdly realistic and the raw primitivity of a child. His background includes professional illustration and the vinyl toy industry. Mike currently has a studio in Everett, WA (Lowell Art Works) and has appeared in various venues throughout the U.S. Mike enjoys long walks on the beach, romantic comedies and T-shirts with KISS on them.

Styling Studio March Artist



Artist: Cheryl Nellis

Title of show: Cheryl Nellis


Short Bio: Styling Studio presents Cheryl Nellis. Cheryl a long time West Seattle Resident; combine two of her passions, photograpy and travel. Come see the world through her eyes, this month at Styling Studio.

Medium: photography

Keller Williams March Artists










Ken Ketchum
BIO: Ken's approach to photography comes from years of painting and drawing. Now the images are painted with light, yet, his motivation is still to capture visual poetry through form, color, and composition.Meduim: Photography Website: http://www.kenketchum.com/
Mark Morgan
BIO: Mark Morgan, a longtime resident of West Seattle, was introduced to photography by his father. This began a passion that would endure the intervening 41 years. Mark uses his camera to document glimpses of the unexpected and views of his world from new perspectives. Medium: Photography email: orchardstr@msn.comwebsite: www.flickr.com/photos/goodmolecules_
Krissy Maier
BIO: Orange Box Jewelry is handmade by Krissy Maier, an avid collector of sparkily bits and pieces. Inspired by the beauty of all things vintage and passionate about living a fair trade, eco-friendly, sustainable life, Krissy realized that by using discarded vintage jewelry components and beads she could create new fashionable pieces. Medium: Jewelry Website: http://www.orangeboxjewelry.com/
Fred Detore and James Privette: Emerald Cove Catering
BIO: Fred Detore, started his love for cooking while watching his mother in the kitchen as a small child. At the age of 13 he started his tenure in the restaurant business. James Privette attended South Seattle Culinary Arts School. He met Fred while working at the Palisades Restaurant. Website: http://www.emeraldcovecatering.com/

ArtsWest March Artists






Troy Gua, (recently profiled in City Arts) challenges the cliché that’s rampant within the current media: the exploitation of the female form. Gua’s hand-cut paper, glass and wood blocks of the female form include sensual materials such as velvet and vinyl to make a statement on the exaggerated associations of larger than life women and their iconic parts.

Ildiko Kalapacs is a Hungarian-American artist who has exhibited internationally. Her delicate bronze and mixed media sculptures of figures include doilies, candy dishes, crosses and guns to explore cultural identity and tackle the issues of self-worth while referring to the expectations society requires of women.

Shannon Kallsen’s enigmatic photographs of female mannequins in windows reflect the beautiful colors of feathered fashionistas selling sexy lingerie, as well as the expectations of women created through consumerism.

Mira Kamada’s large oil paintings on canvas are part of an ongoing series, Mannequin Paintings. Stilled figures in subtle palettes of color are composed within the cacophonous lines found in unpredictable urban landscapes. Her feminine figures draped in ghostly garb embody the fleeting ideas of contemporary culture and fashion. Join all four artists at the opening reception on March 12th from 6-7:30pm.