Skylark April Artist


Insider Looking Out: photographs by Todd Gehman
Todd Gehman is a fine art photographer based in Ballard but veeringwildly between locations, cameras, formats, and styles. InsiderLooking Out is a selection of abstract/minimalist street photographsshot in black and white in Seattle and around the world.

http://www.toddgehman.com/

Admiral Tattoo April Artist


Admiral tattoo is featuring local artist Jose Rodriguez. His paintings are inspired by human figures and nature. As a tattoo artist and a painter he spends most of his time creating images of great diversity and style.

The Body Bar April Artist

The Body Bar will be featuring the jewlery of our own, Krista MacDougall who is a massage therapist at the Body Bar.

Come join in the Easter hgg Hunt, eggs will be hidden throughout the spa and each one will have a special give away. One special egg is for a free one-hour massage so don't miss it!

Cupcake Royale & Verite Coffee April Artist


Gretchen Mcallisteracrylic on wood and canvas
The title of this series is "the men i love". It's really just the men I grew up with on T.V. or the radio that made me smile and still do.
kidbluedesign@hotmail.com

Alki Bathhouse Art Studios April Artist


Alki Bathhouse Art Studios is featuring guest artist Talese Heckler. Talese is showing her new series of paintings, "Textiles". Her paintings are colorful and expressive, with mixed media elements giving some of the paintings a 3-D look. Her new work was inspired by her background in fashion design and her travels abroad. The show will be up until June 2009. talese.art@gmail.com
Also showing artwork are Jason Astorquia, Barbara Benedetto, Colleen Doherty, Jennifer Jennings, Laurel Mercury, and Donna Stewart.

Bakery Nouveau April Artist

Liz Moody who works in Acrylic, collage and mixed media. http://www.lizmoody.net/

Hotwire Coffee April Artists







Grace Puffert. My art is inspired by children’s storybooks and all things whimsical. I draw my ideas from music and fairytales, and also my imagination.

Victoria Kelly. What inspires me most to paint is nature. More specifically, trees and their color inspire me. My favorite colors to use in paintings are green and yellow, but I also like autumn colors like red brown, and orange.

Logan Mohr. I get a lot of my ideas from the things I see around me, as well as other artists. Photography and graphic design are two of my inspirations, and I am also inspired by the urban atmosphere of Seattle and everything around the northwest.

Stop & Shop April Artists

Yuri Designs: fine handcrafted gifts and accessories

Fauna Faye: unique jewerly made from nature Soaps by Gwen Davis presented with Origami Boxes by Arnold Quickley

Janice Marshall: fused glass pendants & fridge magnets

IHKart : fine art magnets and lightly fragranced soaps.

Capers April Artist


Paintings by kelly rae cunningham http://www.kellyraecunningham.com/

Windermere Real Estate April Artist & Great Wine

Barb Ogden and Kim Tingley are proud to present Mimi Miller Miles a third generation West Seattleite! Mimi graduatedfrom Univ. of Wa and will be showing some of her ceramic peices. Mimi states"The inspiration for my work comes from the natural world. I work with colorand form to capture movement as an expression, like a leaf reaching for thelight or a stem weighed down by the weight of a flower in full bloom."

Keller Williams April Artists and Fab Food











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.

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.

Janet Cooper Every stone has it’s own meaning and unique expression. My passion is to turn them into beautiful expressions of jewelry. I began creating jewelry about four years ago when trying to decide what to do with a special amethyst necklace that had broken.

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. Cooking alongside each other the two became fast friends.

Shoofly Pie April Artist and Sweet Slice Special

Michelle Smith-Lewis Little Photo Boxes.

“sweet slice special” during art walk – buy one slice, get another for ½ price from 6 to 9 pm!

Twilight Artist Collective April Artist


Karl Addison presents iNVASiON a Mustachio installation of the highest calliber
Bio: Karl Addison has been exploring the idea of over-population, saturation, and the dynamics between individual identity versus the selfhood gained and lost, when one becomes part of a union. For this show, Karl will impregnate the back gallery of twilight with a superplethera of mustachio boxes. The mustachio boxes, each having individual personalities, that when view together in this overpopulation become something all together different.
An ardent naturalist, Karl Addison uses earth friendly products in all his endeavors.
Web:
http://www.partybots.org/

Styling Studio April Artist


Theresa McCormick moved to Seattle from Iowa in 2004. Since then, she hashad three one-woman art shows in West Seattle, where she lives.Previously, she had one-woman shows in West Virginia, Kansas, andIowa. Currently, two serigraphs and one mixed media, expressionisticand abstract, of Theresa’s work are on exhibit at the Bohemian in WestSeattle. Her fascination with texture, a constant in her art, isreflected in the way she uses materials and in the techniques shechooses to create multi-layered surfaces in her mixed media and fabriccollage pieces.

Arts Corps April Artists


This exhibit is an annual visual arts show, representing student artwork from the following Arts Corps partner sites, Delridge CC, Seed - Lake Washington Apartments, Hamilton Middle School, Aki Kurose Middle School, Kimball Elementary, Northgate Elementary, Cascade View Elementary, Meany Middle School and Tukwila Elementary.

There will also be music and snacks.

Coffee to a Tea with Sugar April Artist

Clare Barboza. Clare is a local photographer and is showing from her collection of children's portraits. Clare takes a natural and relaxed approach to children's photography. There is no dress code and no stiff studio backgrounds. Rather, children are encouraged to be themselves- no matter what they may be in that moment.Contact - clarebarboza.com 206.228.0728

Coffee to a Tea will be providing cupcakes. Clare will be available to chat

Edie's April Artist


Chantelle Monique Lucas Born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. I am strongly influenced by bold colors, fun shapes and patterns. My inspiration comes from the people I interact with everyday. Each painting represents a different time in my life. I hope you enjoy these Acrylic on canvas Pieces as much as I enjoyed painting them.

Clementine April Artist plus Champagne & Chocolate


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.

Stop in for champagne and chocolate too.

Click! April Artist and 15% Off


360 Modern and the art of Kate FluckingerWest Seattle Art Walk, April 9, 2009 6 to 9pm

Guests can talk shop with fellow modern design fans, perhaps laying the groundwork for a future move with help from the local modern authorized agents of 360. Also during the event, all Click! purchases are 15% off! and the beautiful encaustic and oil paintings of Kate Fluckinger adorn the walls. (Sorry, discount does not apply to the artwork.)
http://katefluckinger.com/http://clickdesignthatfits.com/http://www.360modern.com/home/

8 Limbs April Artist

Black and white infra red photos by Kristi Lynn Tamcsin. Infra red film is now off of the market, these are the last photos Kristi took with this heat sensitive film. The images are of tropical plants and the infra red makes them look dreamy and soft and like they are glowing from within. Kristi uses the natural patterns inherent in plant life and gives them a mature and sensual quality. You can see some of the images from the show at her website www.kristilynntamcsin.com in the recent black and white portfolio.

ArtsWest April Artists




Minister turned artist Marty Gordon collages vintage images from books, religious materials, and encyclopedias for a comic book style commentary on the many ironies within human nature.
Robin Harlow paints surreal illusions of the dreams, and nightmares, of youth with a proclivity for 19th century Victorian imagery. Her large scale paintings employ a sweet sadness as a winged goat with party hat pronounces he is “Feeling Lost Without You” in the title.

C&P Coffee April Artist & Wine Tasting


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.