ActivSpace May Artist Kelly Guenther

Kelly Guenther is an Emmy-Award-winning television reporter and photographer with over 20 years of video experience. He founded Guenther Group, Inc. in 2001 after leaving KING-TV in Seattle, WA and has earned multiple Emmy, Aurora and Telly Awards and nominations for his global video work for public and private sector clients as well as non-profits.

Since he was a kid, Kelly’s hobby has been still photography. It’s what eventually led him to work in the film and video industry. Wherever he travels for clients, Kelly is always packing a still camera. He only recently began exhibiting this work.

Kelly lives in West Seattle with his wife, two young sons, loving dog and an ornery cat. When not shooting videos and doing still photography, he loves to sail, snowboard and do road bike events for the Lance Armstrong Foundation.

For examples of Kelly’s client work go to

Twilight May Artists Justin Hillgrove, Eva Funderburgh and Mike Capp

Come glimpse the Forest King's realm and the creatures and oddities under his stewardship. New works by Justin Hillgrove, Eva Funderburgh and Mike Capp.

Alki Bathhouse May Artist Tatyana Brown

A print and lithograph artist with a unique sensual style, Tatyana Brown was born and educated in St. Petersburg, Russia. About her work, she says, "Nature, with its unbreakable connection to mankind's cycle of life, death and rebirth, provides the thematic basis". She holds active memberships in the Seattle Prints Art Association and the ArtsWest Artists Association, and shows her work throughout the area. Find out more at

Special Demonstration during the ArtWalk at 7:00 pm: "Linocut Greeting Cards, Part II: Let's add some color to a black & white design" with featured artist Tatyana Brown!

Also showing paintings, prints, drawings, and photo this spring: Jason Sinclair Astorquia, Lori Diaz, Sarah Dorsett, Theresa McCormick, Vera Ponomareva, Mike Raney, Bonnie Rieser, Tonje Taylor, and Carla Wakefield.

TILA Real Estate May Artists Sean Welch & George M.Harris Sr with Music by Charlie Spring

TILA Real Estate hosted by Anné Burke

Join us at TILA Real Estate ( behind Husky Deli) this month with music, food, wine and Artful conversation.

Sean Welch, resident artist at West Seattle Avalon Glass will be displaying colorful works of blown glass inspired by his favorite muse… the Pacific Northwest. A WSU alum Sean is a eleven year veteran in this hot-glass-industry with an impressive resume of collaborative works including an assistants position in the creation of auction collectable’s from the coveted Pilchuck Glass School.

George M. Harris Sr., born in Texarkana, Texas, but now a long time resident of Washington, exhibits his photography and enthusiastic commentary of his travels and photo’s at his first public reception.

Our evening entertainer is singer, song writer and musician Charlie Spring

Bakery Nouveau May Artist Wyn Bielaska

I have been photographing SHIP HULLS for the past 15 years on weekends.....after working 40-60 hours a week as an architect. These ship hulls were found in Vancouver BC, Seattle and Tacoma Washington. These photographs are part of an ongoing exploration utilizing large steel ship hulls as the central subject matter in the study of manmade materials and the impact of natural forces upon them. As an Architect, these explorations become very important to attaining a deeper understanding of the nature of materials. They are also important exercises for me as a visual designer in the evolution of my visual perception that serves my daily pursuit of spatial and form composition.

Carmilia's May Artist Lida Enche

Lida Enche
acrylic landscapes on canvas

Brunette Mix May Artist Jessica Dolence

Jessica Dolence will be showing at Brunette Mix for the May Art Walk.

Her body of work titled The Painted Ladies, visits vintage imagery of
women, playing on the historical notion of "a painted lady." A video
piece, titled The Dying Room, will also be shown at the opening.

Blue Willow & Emma's Cakes

Free wedding cake samples during art walk.

West Seattle Wine Cellars May Artist Joshua Gosovich

West Seattle Wine Cellars May Artist, Joshua Gosovich

Joshua Gosovich grew up in California's Sacramento Valley and became interested in art in his freshman year in high school with his first art class. His artistic interest and skills blossomed when he transfered to a more art-centric high school. He was drawn to illustration and animation, an interest fostered by numerous classes, competitions, and juried shows. He earned and completed a scholarship at the Art Institute of Seattle in the study of computer animation and design, but after working in animation for a few years, decided he enjoyed illustration much more. Joshua currently works at the Seattle Art Museum and paints regularly.

"West Seattle Cellars' free wine tasting on Art Walk night will feature Wines of Substance, out of Walla Walla, named one of the year's "Hot Small Brands." Come and sample their wines as you enjoy the art of Joshua Gosovich."

Coffee to a Tea with Sugar May Artist Adrian Wyard

Our photographer this month is Adrian Wyard. As a photographer, Adrian feels his task is to find the perfect image, share them and encourage others to do the same. His show consists of images from England, Iceland and Seattle. Free cupcakes, wine and live jazz. 30% of all sales go to benefit the Red Cross.

Emerald Spiral May Aritst Karen Danielson

Artist: Karen Danielson
Mediums: Sculpture, Spirit dolls, jewelry, rattle beads with clay, poetry and storytelling

My work has always been centered around the natural world and blending it with the spirit in things. I pull from my Native American and Irish heritage and the meanings around tradition and myth. Whether it is a sculpture, spirit doll, rattle bead or necklace, each piece is one of a kind and has an in depth story that shares it's meaning... bringing the remembrance of beauty and the unseen to everyday life.

This showing will be honoring mothers, grandmothers, sisters, Mother Earth and her beautiful cycles of seasons and life.

8 Limbs Yoga May Artist Travis Talburt

Travis Talburt: Animal Studies

"Travis Talburt was born and raised in the Seattle area. He graduated from Cornish College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Art in Painting and Printmaking. In 2008, he finished a silkscreen internship at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA.
He currently resides in a studio apartment, continually building his print portfolio."

Wild Rose's May Artist Kathryn Henne

WILD ROSE'S presents Kathryn Henne mosaic artist. See her unique tables, birdbaths and mirrors. Complimentary wine will be served.

Wallflower Custom Framing May Artist Michelle Salazar

In May, Wallflower Custom Framing presents "XOXO" by Michelle Salazar.
Salazar’s paintings are erotic and intimate, portraying such recurring themes as courage, loneliness, strength, rebellion, love and heartbreak. Much of the appeal of her work is in her ability to show not only the tender and passionate sides of the heart, but also the painful and flawed sides.

ArtsWest May Show The Likeness of Form

In the Gallery :: The Likeness of Form :: Through May 22.
The current exhibition explores human nature with Janet Marcavage’s diverse prints and installations representing the DNA we are made of, Michelle Templeton’s paintings of subtle moments and memories, and photographic-based artist Nancy Angermeyer’s expressive images of human form in ancient spaces.

Shadowland May Artist Gloria Adriana Cropper

Gloria’s life as an artist started in her early childhood. By her teenage years, her passion for creating anything with her hands was as natural as breathing. She went on to study visual arts at Oklahoma State University where shortly after she decided to move to Tepic, Nayarit Mexico. Many of her painting are inspired by the land and culture of her roots.

Her fascination with color and movement continues into her other paintings that show the same strength of emotion through the human figure. Gloria’s ardent relationship with painting is all her own. Her need to share the beauty she feels with her sensitive nature has been embraced by a small following of collectors.

Cupcake Royale May Artist Megan Frazer

Megan Frazer

Because I’m the Mother

Gouache on wood panel

One line.
Surrealistic paintings exploring the experience of parenting young children.

Bin 41 May Artists PA Brent & Jessica Olsen

Bin 41, your new Junction wine shop, is pleased to host Lushworks for a showing of their modern abstracts. Woodinville artists, P.A. Brent and Jessica Olsen work together with one shared vision, using quick drying acrylics, pastes, and glazes to capture a moment in time. Each piece is multi-layered to create texture and depth. Many of the pieces are created as diptychs working on canvases simultaneously to represent one concept multiple times. In addition, we will have Grace Hitchman, a woodturning, jewelry-making West Seattleite. If you’ve been in the shop in the last week, you’ve seen her bottle stoppers and wine glass charms. Her work is elegant, organic and soft. Stop on by to meet Grace and see more of her handmade gems.

Join us during the art walk from 6 - 9 pm to view the artwork and to mingle with the artists. We will host a special tasting for the event in the shop featuring wines from Syncline, Address: 4707 California Avenue SW #A; Phone: 206.937.0411; Website:

Funky Janes May Artist Emily J. Williamson

I will be will be debuting several new pieces called the” ecstatic connection.” The Ecstatic Connection refers to the state of ecstasy one feels when they have a pure connection with nature. The pieces are mixed media, water color/ink/and oil. Some are purely abstract, others illustrative. I will also be showing new Doodles, $20 framed ink drawings. I had my first show of Doodles at Coffee to a Tea in December of 2009. I wasn’t sure if they’d be received. I was happily surprised when the silly little ditties were very popular. They make me smile.

Hotwire Coffee May Artist Amanda Kay Helmick

I paint to create backdrops – to create depth in the flat plane, and to challenge what art is. My undisciplined eyes rip, score, sew and drill into a canvas that is not sacred. The paintings are vessels – holding discarded and repurposed objects and transforming their existence to a life of beauty and admiration.

Artist reception with wine and cupcake nibbles.


CAPERS May Artist Diane Graves

Diane Graves started DiDa 15 years ago. Diane is one of Seattle's most innovative and creative lighting designers. She is the founding member of Wired Women, a collective of women lighting designers. The series previewing at Capers this May 13 (art walk) is a new series of "light columns". Go to to see different products , including lamps, jewelry and etched copper everyday ornaments. Diane will be at Capers the night of artwalk to answer any questions and meet all the good people of West Seattle.

The Kenney May Artists are Senior Residents and Staff with Catering from the Kenney Team

Glass Mozaic by Kenney Residents through Seniors Making Art taught by Dionne Haroutunian

Acrylic paintings by the talented Roberto Avellaneda Andrade, a Kenney employee!

Fine Artist Gloria Ruiz invokes the power of symbols, color, and abstraction on the canvas

From the beaches of Alki, Sea Gems by Chloe Choe
Handcrafted sea glass jewelry ranging from $14-$35

Traditional music of Venezuela,Mexico, Argentina & Peru!
Entertainment by world music duo Correo Aereo

Tapas compliments of The Kenney Catering Team

Keller Willimas May Artists Ben Scherer & Janet Cooper with Catering from Emerald Cove


Ben Scherer’s passion for photography is clear through his work. His preferred style is often black and white with highlights, shadows, and contrast; usually with little to no editing. He particularly loves taking photos of the everyday things people walk by, but give little notice to; buildings, signs, reflections.


Janet Cooper knows that every stone has its own meaning and unique expression. Her passion is to turn them into beautiful expressions of jewelry. Janet loves creating jewelry and seeing someone enjoy her creations. She will work with you to create your own special piece from something old or from the gemstones that she finds.

Emerald Cove Catering comes to you through the vision of two culinary professionals, Freddie Detore II and James Privette, who met while working at the famous Seattle restaurant; Palisades. Their specialty is Pacific Northwest cuisine with Asian and Mediterranean