Alki Bathhouse July Show

This summer Alki Bathhouse Art Studio is featuring Patri O'Connor's dreamscape environments in oil on canvas. Also showing are Donna Stewart, Barbara Benedetto, Sharon Ackerlund, Laurel Coleman, Kris deLancey, Tatyana Brown, Lindsey Cohen, and Talese Heckler.

Wallflower July Artist Debra Gerth and Michelle Smith-Lewis

"Treasures" In this intriguing series of images, photographers Debra Gerth and Michelle Smith-Lewis explore different interpretations of treasures, both found and lost.

Bakery Nouveau July Artist Karianna Gravrock Du Buois

Karianna will be at Bakery Nouveau during artwalk to talk about her work. In addition to what is on display, she will have many other prints available for purchase.

Freshy's July Event Work from Inmates

This Freshy's is hosting an interesting Art show that are the works of prison inmates, many who are serial killers. The proceeds will be going to victims familys and also to programs that help inmates that do get released, so as not to re-offend.

Windermere July Artist Presented by Kim Tingley and Barb Ogden Talese Heckler

Youthful and spirited new paintings from West Seattle artist,Talese Heckler, are bright, whimsical and fun.

All paintings feature a youth named, Stella.

The artist created this character named Stella, based on a few ''Stella's''she knows whose personalities are uniquely individual, brilliant andabsolutely frank. Talese embraces her own inner "Stella" conveying the qualityoffearlessly being ones own self. Have you found your Stella?

Gail Ann Photography July Art Marley & Me plus Owners Art

"Marley & Me"A collection of images taken by the family pets Marley and Luna!Who knew Marley would turn into a killer photographer when he got a pet cam for Christmas! I’ve been ‘processing’ his work and I must say, he takes after me. Luna not so much but, she has gotten a great shot of Marley himself coming up the stairs. Their first book will be ‘published’ soon!

Also images by Gail Ann, visual photographic artist, including images of Poland.Over the past several years I have developed a love affair with Poland. This is one of my favorite images taken in Krakow. Stop by to see little vignettes of life in Poland; many images are ‘polaroid transfers’; done using slides and polaroid film, along with a little bit of luck, a song and a prayer!

The Kenney July Art Walk Events

Head down to the south side of West Seattle and visit The Kenney Retirement Community during the West Seattle Art Walk. July 9th is the first act of our Sizzling Summer Art Walk Series!

Oil paintings by Kenney Resident Glenna Meade·
Photographs and portrait sessions by Brock Mason Photography -- Come early to sign up for a family portrait on the patio by Brock, for a special reduced package price!

Live music preformed by Trio À Propos -- a Seattle based band that plays music primarily from the musically golden mid section of the 20th century. Our repertoire is a mix of Bal Musette, American swing, French chanson and the music of the great Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli.

For Sale: 50’s style Aprons & Potholders created by Michele Heck.

The evening also includes a yummy BBQ picnic by The Kenney Catering Team along with wine and beer!

Edie's July Artist Alexandra Bazemore

Art Works by Alexandra Bazemore I am a native of West Seattle, proud to say, third generation. I am currently attending Pratt Fine Arts school. I am inspired by most everything I see, the lines of a house, the colors of plants in my yard, books of artists I admire, interesting shapes put together in different or unusual ways.

Edie's will be offering wine and treats and will also be having a special shoe sale through the weekend. Buy one full priced shoe and get the second of equal or lesser value half off, (excludes sale shoes).

Pure Hair July Artist Karlee Furtwangler & Wine, Nibbles

At a young age Karlee Furtwangler hoisted herself out of the rural countryside of Enumclaw and moved to the bustling big city of Seattle. It was here that she first discovered her predilection for painting. In time, her passion for painting and all things "art" would lead her into the world of Interior Design. After graduating from Bellevue College, the twenty-seven year old has spent the last couple of years working as a commercial interior designer by day and a freelance artist and design consultant by night.

The salon will be offering $10 off any service booked by a new client and 20%off hair products on the evening. I will be serving wine and nibbles to those who stop by.

Georgia Blu July Artist Tim Marsden

Georgia Blu is proud to present the work of Tim Marsden. His art has beenshown in London, Glasgow, Barcelona and Seattle. Please visit his websiteat

Coffee to a Tea with Sugar July Artist Sarah Barrick

Sarah Barrick was born in 1982 in Northern Virginia. She and her family moved to Atlanta in 1997 where her artistic endeavors evolved as a studio art major with a concentration in photography at Georgia State University’s Ernest G. Welch School of Art and Design. She graduated in the spring of 2005, Summa Cum Laude, with a presidential award. She was also awarded Undergraduate Photography Student of the Year. After working as an artist and photographer in the metro Atlanta area for 5 years, she relocated to the town of Issaquah, WA in August, 2007 and made another move to West Seattle in September of 2008 where she currently resides with her housemates and 9 cameras. Sarah is frequently seen photographing events in the Greater Puget Sound area and spending time with her cats in her backyard organic veggie garden.

For pricing information and custom orders, please contact Sarah directly.

Fresh Bistro July Artist RobRoy Chalmers

RobRoy Chalmers has been making art for over 20 years. His current body of work is comprised of torn, woven and folded Intaglio, lithographic prints and drawings which are mounted as trophies, shrines and or free floating entities. These works reference the ebb and flow of the natural world as well as the pretense of modern life. Chalmers work is precise yet random in nature allowing it to speak on multiple levels and to a myriad of viewers.

Ginomai Open Studio for July Art Walk

Clementine July Artist Lisa Rough and BIG Sale!

Features Lisa Rough, whose show, "Journey of the Boot Collage" is right up Clementine's alley! From the artist's statement: I looked at a well-loved but worn pair of shoes and wanted brighter colors and more expression...Thus the collage shoe and then the collage boot were born.

This is also the first night of the Clementine Sale, so lots of activity! Sale, art, champagne - a perfect summer evening.

Twilight Artists Collective July Show The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

FEATURING the artworks of Bird, Clare Bowers, CASH, Brian White, Robroy Chalmers, Larry Cyr, Pamela Davis, Billy Dyson, Jon & Tracy Haaland, Brad Strain, Michelle Smith-Lewis, Rick Simpson, Joey McChan, Mark Walker, and Vern White!

THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY is a collaboration between 3 Seattle art galleries, showing over 35 artists in a combined show during the month of July. Go to all three shows for a chance to WIN A PIECE OF ORIGINAL ART in a raffle! The winner will be announced at the end of the show(s). There will be raffle cards at each location - you need to get a stamp from all 3 to qualify for the drawing. GET OUT AND SEE LOCAL ART!!

THE UGLY portion of this show will be featured at Twilight Artist Collective. THE GOOD can be viewed at Halogen (2316 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121), and THE BAD at Bherd Studios (8537 Greenwood Ave. N, Suite 1, Studio D, Seattle, WA 98103).

Like the artwork featured on the flyer? Visit all three galleries to be eligible to win these works in a raffle!

Hotwire Coffee July Artist Karol Sample

In her artwork, Karol Sample enjoys telling stories. These stories are often born out of an unconscious process, and weave themselves through the images, media, textures, and colors of the paintings. Having a life of their own, the paintings invite the viewer to form his or her own relationship with the stories behind them. Sometimes a painting is personalized by the viewer, creating an atmosphere of intimate sharing...the artwork then becomes something both specific and universal. Karol receives inspiration from nature, artwork, music, people-watching, movies, and books. She hopes everyone can share in the story!website link:

The Building July Artists - Mixed

The Building Artist Studios. Each month more people come visit our building to tell us, "I never knew you were here. You all are creating some really interesting work." We'd enjoy meeting even more of our neighbors. Trek south on California past Caffe Ladro to come visit 12 artist studios including drawing, painting, encaustic, sculpture, ceramics, paper-cutting and even hand made guitars. Plenty of parking nearby at 4316 SW Othello Street just south of the Morgan Junction. Peek inside our studios and find a map to us at:

Endolyne Joes July Artists - Various Staff members and Laif Bannon

Various Artists displayed for our Santa Fe themed menu.A good percentage of our Artists are Endolyne Joes Staff members. Featuring Acrylic “Banners”. Three dimensional hanging Collage piece and smaller collages. Backroom Show by Laif Bannon

Sleepers in Seattle July Artists Luci Varon, Vivian Jech, Raphael Alcabes and Meryl Alcabes

Four photographers participated in this project, which entailed shooting photos exclusively of West Seattle on just two dates: May 16 and June 14, 2009: Luci Varon, Vivian Jech, Raphael Alcabes and Meryl Alcabes. Luci Varon loves to capture nature's beauty, the essence of a town or city, and those special moments in people's lives. She has been snapping memories for over 30 years. Vivian Jech is 33 and lives in West Seattle. Her favorite color is blue, and her favorite authors include Elizabeth Peters and Stephenie Meyer. She has brown hair and is almost five feet tall.

Raphael Alcabes’s interest in photography began when he attended a photography summer camp sponsored by the Pacific Science Center in conjunction with Art Wolfe. He enjoys photographing his friends and their activities. Meryl Alcabes learned the basics of photography from a college roommate. Since then, she has documented her family’s life abroad, their retail business and the growth of her three boys. When a shot of her oldest son as a toddler won first prize in a department store contest, she became devoted to photography. Eventually, Meryl’s children rebelled at being photographed, so she turned to capturing portraits of friends and documenting their celebrations. Meryl eventually hopes to hear the ultimate praise a photographer can receive, “wow--you must have a really good camera.”

C&P Coffee July Artist Sarah Browning

Local artist, Sarah Browning, uses painting and cut paper to explore themes of survival and nurturance. Lavishly colorful acrylic land and waterscapes contrast with iconographic, reductionist papercuts.

Ventana Construction July Artist William Hass “Art is a necessity. I work mainly in abstract expressionism because I enjoy how each painting becomes its own entity; taking on its own personality and breathing a unique vibrancy in to the room in which it hangs. It appeals to me that the interpretations of my work are limitless to the eye and the imagination of the beholder. Each piece speaks for itself and hopefully one will have something compelling to say to you.” – Will Hass

Keller Williams Realty presents Cara Granger Astorquia, Jason Sinclair Astorquia, Michelle Lenae with Catering by Emerald Cove Catering

Cara Granger Astorquia
BIO: I was Born and raised in Oakland, CA and have been a Washington resident, specifically West Seattle, for the past 10 years. My love for drawing and painting began as a small child when my intrigue for interpretation and how the world is put together began. Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Jason Sinclair Astorquia
BIO: A native of Idaho, I now call Seattle home, having lived in the area for more than a dozen years, the past eight of which in West Seattle. A software engineer by trade, I express myself creatively through writing, film, and most recently painting, inspired by my wife and other West Seattle artists. Medium: Acrylic on Canvas.

Michelle Lenae
BIO: Featuring new designs and limited editions by local metal smith Michelle Lenae. Unique, individually handcrafted sterling silver and 14k gold with semi-precious gemstones and this time it's not just for the ladies, get a peek at her new men’s collection launching this Fall! Medium: Jewelry

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.


Wild Rose's July Artist Cheryl Monroe

"Summer in Tuscany" oil paintings of the Italian countryside by Cheryl Monroe. Complimentary vino & biscotti will be served.

Styling Studio July Artist Debbie Dawn Numoto

West Seattle artist Debbie Dawn Numoto. Featuring her new mixed media landscapes of the Yakima River and PugetSound combining the softness of watercolor and soft pastel withacrylic paint, colored pencil, and torn handmade paper on canvas.Debbie's original watercolor and pastel paintings will also be ondisplay along with prints and sketchbooks with her art on the cover.

Imena Salon July Artist Emiko Keller

Emiko Keller : Born in Japan, a longtime resident of West Seattle.My passion for jewelry and accessories started in Japan when I fell in love with the art of silk flower making and studied under a Millinery artist, Naoko Ogita.I majored in Jewelry making and Goldsmithing in Seattle and received an AAS in 1994.My designs are inspired by the colors and luster of gems, flowers and Japanese art and crafts.Website: