Artpocolypse at Mind Unwind

December 13 WSAW, 2012

Mind Unwind: Artpocolypse....you have to see it to understand! Artists, Karah Pino, Diana Oliphant, Lori Wright, Anna Hurwitz and Jason Singler!


Diane Culhane at Kim Tingley Windermere

December 13 WSAW, 2012

 Kim Tingley is proud to present local West Seattle artist, Diane Culhane. We will also have lively Carolers performing your Christmas favorites…with a twist! Local artisans will be selling their wares!

Diane Culhane is a professional artist and art educator who  
lives West Seattle in a 1910 home, and works out of her studio in  Ballard  Building C.

She received her BFA from the University of Utah and Master's Degree from Seattle University.

Diane has taught for The Bellevue School District, Seattle Pacific University, Kirkland Arts Center, Bellevue Arts Museum and currently directs and owns Kelsey Creek Fine Art School for children in the summer.

Jan Brown at Shoofly Pie

December 13 WSAW, 2012
 
Jan's work includes abstract paintings and photography. From the artist:
"I truly think it's important to find what you're passionate about in Life and just do it! When painting I like to use expressive abstraction and vibrant colors of magnitude so my paintings motivate dynamic energy and Life. The impact on the viewer will always vary in the art world ...My passion is to reach that place of inner peace and symbolic meaning to an individual."


 
Samples of her work can be found by viewing http://www.artbyjanbrown.com/
As usual we will be offering our sweet slices special:  buy 1 slice, get the 2nd half off (6-9pm).

Deck the Walls at Hotwire Online Coffeehouse

December 13 WSAW, 2012

 Join us for the Deck the Walls group show during the December art walk. Ditch the holiday sweater and purchase an original art piece instead.


 
All art is priced $50.00 and below so it's not going to be a wallet-buster. You are welcome to purchase any art piece during the month of December or during the artist reception.

Join us for vino and snacks too.

Art by:
Jose Lino Photography
Jan Brown
Art by e
Todd Martin
Linda McClamrock
Mark Morgan
Lori Vonderhorst
Lisa DeWilde

Linda Kemp Scheiber at Carmilia's

December 13 WSAW, 2012  

Featured artist: Linda Kemp Scheiber
Oils, pastels and charcoals


Linda Kemp Scheiber works from life, mostly in pastels in an impressionistic style. Her subject matter is landscapes, still life and portraits.

She graduated from Seattle's Burley School of Art. After working as a graphic designer, her interest shifted to fine arts in the 1980s. She has studied with Ron Lukas and, most recently, Henry Stinson.

Linda has had shows locally at Cafe Flora, Cafe Sophie, Cafe Pinceau and Hour Glass Fine Art. She is also represented by The Gallery of Great Things and Up Country in Hawaii.

Champagne and chocolates, too!
 

Janet Ramble at Wild Rose's

December 13 WSAW, 2012

Wild Rose's is featuring Janet Ramble - beautiful oil landscapes and her new "Holiday Collection".



 
Lisa DeWilde- local mural and portrait artist, hand painted whimsical papier mache ornament heads.
Arianne Weldon - gorgeous holiday wreaths made from "Old World" ornaments.
Judy Dobson - hand knit scarves in beautiful fall colors.
Susan Romaneghi - creative photo transformations.
Complimentary wine will be served.

Jonathan Kimball at Locol Barley and Vine

December 13 WSAW, 2012
"Salvaged from the fallen trees of the great Seattle ice storm of 2012, the collection of art for sale has been crafted and assembled over the past few months in Covington, WA. This concept of capturing small scenes of Aspen wilderness is something I've wanted to put together for a few years.  I'm very excited to finally have some pieces on display. I couldn't stand seeing all of this wood lying on the forest floor, so it's been recycled and finished for your viewing pleasure. The wood frames are made of pine. I rusted and painted the backdrops to add an industrial element to a a few pieces. With appropriate lighting, the depth of the frames allows beautiful shadows to fall on the walls. Finally, the copper deer is framed with reclaimed, whitewashed barn wood from the 1930's.
I hope you enjoy these pieces as much as I enjoyed putting them together. This is the start of a collection that will evolve with each new volume. It's amazing what can be recovered, refined, and preserved from organic materials that would otherwise be left to whither and decompose."

Mary Clark at Merryweather Books

December 13 WSAW, 2012

Mary Clark is a West Seattle artist who specializes in tile art and handcrafted jewelry.   

Ceramic Arts:  Framed tiles with reproductions of antique book illustrations and handpainted tiles.
Handcrafted Jewelry:  Wire wrapped cabuchons, earrings and beaded necklaces.  Wirewrapping is in silver or gold fill.  Beaded necklaces have silver, semiprecious stones, freshwater pearls, and antique glass beads.

Jewelry Trunk Show at Click! Design That Fits

December 13 WSAW, 2012

Two West Seattle jewelers, Sarah Loertscher + Lulu Smith, will be joining forces to bring you a fantastically awesome jewelry trunk show.


Lulu’s sterling silver jewelry (pictured above) is based on clean, modern lines with punches of hand pigmented resin inlay. Lulu is an established artist with an intense focus on color.


Countering Lulu's jewelry, Sarah's work is obsessively geometric and linear. Her work has graced the models of Project Runway finalist Mila Hermanovski's latest fashion line, and she's been named a "designer to watch" by Seattle Magazine.

These long-time friends will be bringing collections of their best work, and will have your holiday jewelry needs covered during a festive evening at Click!.

Click! Design That Fits continues to feature the paintings of Rachel Austin. In addition to her regularly featured Map Series pieces, the oil Poppies and Lanterns show continues through the end of the month.

A Holiday Miracle at Twilight Artist Collective

December 13 WSAW, 2012


Twilight Artist Collective Giftable Art Show
Giftable art will deck the back gallery walls from member artists:  Todd Karam  Alexandria Sandlin * Tory Franklin * Cyn Moore * Joseph Brooks * C.M. Kail Tucker * Twozdai Hulse * Samantha Malay * Ninjagrl * John Osgood * Rob Roy Chalmers * Marty Gordon * Kate Protage

Jewelry Trunk Show
Trunk show runs for the entire month from members:  Lyndsay Brown Of Idle Hands Design * Tina Estorninos of Swing * Teresa DeLeen

Ornaments By
Debbie Porter of Swiss Cake * Sarah Barrick * Firelight Forge * Many More!
-CLOSES: Friday, January 4th, 2013


Local Art Mart at Nature Consortium

December 13 WSAW, 2012

Buy Local this Holiday Season

Nature Consortium has made it easy and fun to support our local arts community this holiday season by hosting a “Local Art Mart” for one night only.  Join us during Art Walk for an evening full of live music, artists and good people.  Hope to see you there!
 
Allison Moore: Potter, tile-maker, and mold designer.
The press molded designs are used for embellishment of thrown pottery, as tiles, and in the creation of specialty items. Larger cast images often require further sculpting to make each one more lively and unique. Favorite subjects have been redesigned and improved upon over the years. Pond and forest life, creatures from the ocean, and ancient symbols are her favorite subjects. The work is fired in electric kilns, at the vitreous (water-proof) mid-range stoneware temperature of 'Cone 5', 2200 degrees F. The pottery is dishwasher and microwave safe.  Clays used: Porcelain and Stoneware.
 

Oleana Perry:  Beetle Shell Jewelry  
Add some glitter to your life by wearing  or giving these beautiful beetle shell earrings. Each shell is hand selected for its shine and amazing color and yes, they are the original color of the Jeweled Beetle.  Come and see the beauty that mother nature creates.
 

Rowan Mullan:  Felted hats, arm warmers and more
My business and life are aligned with nature - the cycles of the seasons, the plants in my garden, the wild and domestic creatures around me.  I create comfortable, wearable, functional art using a permaculture approach, emphasizing sustainability and re-use of natural fibers.

A Feast for the Eyes at Arts West

 December 13 WSAW, 2012

IN THE GALLERY: A Feast for the Eyes: Food in Art
October 30 – December 15, 2012

A Feast for the Eyes: Food in Art features paintings and photographs by Pacific Northwest artists Christopher Boffoli, Kristen Reitz-Green and Jere Smith. Curated by Mark Daughhetee, the exhibition is an invitation to explore worlds opened up by beautiful food.
 

 
Please join us during the Artwalk on Thursday, December 13th from 6-7:30pm for our Artist Talk! Christopher Boffoli, Kristen Reitz-Green and Jere Smith will speak briefly about their work and answer any questions from visitors. These Artist Talks are a fun, informal way to learn more about the artists and their work through conversation.

Bonnie Katz and Nicole Appell at Better Builders

December 13 WSAW, 2012

Bonnie Katz (owner, Fitness Together)

Bio:
I’m excited to blend my love for fitness and the outdoors with my talent for art. Together I can capture my adventures while hiking, biking, climbing and rafting. Each subject matter is scattered with human emotion that reflect my state of being, and highlight some of life’s most difficult challenges both physical, and emotional.
 
"Aspen Forrest" 12"x12" oil on canvas
 

Nicole Appell
My art is about finding beauty and inspiration in life, every day. A native of the Pacific Northwest, I spend as much time as possible outdoors. I love exploring the wilderness and coasts of our region. Waterfalls, rivers, and coastal tides remind me of renewal and possibilities. I am fascinated by the play of light as it dances through branches and leaves and casts lovely images on the earth. The patterns and textures of tree bark, river rocks, and meadows find their way into the layers of my mixed media paintings.

These artworks represent the quiet pause that nature gives us, and my deepest gratitude for the few wilderness areas that are protected.

Chantelle Hartman at Heartland Cafe

December 13 WSAW, 2012

Chantelle Hartman: Bio

I completed my BA in Fine Arts at the Durban Institute of Technology in South Africa; and later completed my Post Graduate in Education at the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal. I am currently a teacher at The Berstchi School on Capitol Hill, where I teach the Extended Day Art Class.

I majored in sculpture with an emphasis on the traditional materials used by women. Examples of these materials include yarn, string, thread, fabric and sanitary linings

In regards to my practical work I focus on manipulating materials to convey messages and underlying tones through a visual expression. My work comments on the duality of the matriarch vs. the seductress

I have resided in Seattle for seven years now; this exhibit is a comment of my journey as a woman from Africa to America.



To purchase art or to learn more please contact her in any of the following ways:
Email: Recyclearts@hotmail.com
Phone : 206 769 0821
Phone: 2067690821

Chaline Ouellet at Shanti Salon

December 13 WSAW, 2012

BIO:
Chaline Ouellet is originally San Francisco, CA. and has called Seattle home for years. A student of Art History, life and expressive drawing, Chaline is  a self taught painter. Her extensive travels to visit the works and places that inspired many great paintings and painters. During her journey she  'painted'  her way across Europe, Great Britain, Ireland, Central Asia and the Middle East, participating in art fairs, street art and small exhibits. Chaline is a published writer and poet, weaver, hat maker and gardener. Her Bachelor studies were completed in Horticultural Therapy, landscape design, and Ethnic Studies. Her paintings are held in private and corporate collections.
Current Exhibits:
Shanti Salon and Spa, West Seattle; Dec - Jan
Naked City, Phinney Ridge/ Greenwood, Seattle; Jan - Feb 2013



Artist Statement;
My work is deeply inspired by music, place, faith, and the human condition. It is a visual journal of emotion, events, experience and growth portrayed in bold colour and line that explore and investigate the internal landscape. The paintings are interspersed with writings (poetry, lyrics, prayers).
 

Cindy Apple at Brent Amacher State Farm Agency

December 13 WSAW, 2012

Cindy Apple is a Seattle based commercial and fine art photographer.  You can often find her photographs showing around Seattle and was a long time participant in the art walks at the now defunct 619 building in Pioneer Square.  This month she will be showing photographs from her “forgotten” series, an exploration of texture and landscape in the Eastern Washington area.  She will also have cards and small prints available for purchase.


Christopher Reyne and Brant Abinosa at Alki Arts

December 13 WSAW, 2012

For the last Artwalk of 2012 we are sending a big thank you to our great customers by bringing back one of our favorite musicians - Portland singer/songwriter Christopher Reyne will be in town for a beautiful concert type performance. 



Take a break from your hectic December activities and join us for a gallery full of art, a glass of wine, and music for your soul! Featured painter is the amazing portrait artist Brant Abinosa with all new work!


We have lots of smaller art items for any last minute shopping and many new exhibits up-We hope to see you!

Sara Ketner Hunter at West Seattle Wine Cellars

December 13 WSAW, 2012




Artist reflections:
As I grew up living in the Tacoma-Seattle area, I was inspired to capture my thoughts and experiences, always using a sketch book or journal. It wasn’t until I was in design school that I discovered painting as a more complete expression of my inner self. My immediate love was the ability to mix colors in the medium of acrylics and I took advantage of what I could do with a paint brush on canvas.
I use the acrylics to create layers with which to tell my story, using the paint to lead you to the depth where the mind’s eye dwells. Since 2000 I’ve been trying to express myself through my art and define who I am on canvas — abstract, daring but still beautifully interesting. I recreate the visions of my mind with my own brew of colors and textures, inviting my audience to communicate with me and express what they see.

Wine Cellar reflections:This month's Art Walk just happens to fall on the night of one of our most popular tastings of the year: Port. Nothing warms the soul on long, dark, winter nights like a good Port, and we'll be pouring a beautiful selection of tawnies and rubies for all to sample. It's a great opportunity to taste, learn, and pick up a few bottles, whether for gifts or to keep you and your friends toasty and happy over the holidays.

The Puny Picture Show at Wallflower

December 13 WSAW, 2012


Wallflower proudly presents the 4th annual Puny Picture Show. A collection of local artists have created a collection of Puny works just in time for the holidays...surely you will find a puny treasure for anyone on your list who deserves a puny gift.

Puny catering by Kitchen Klaus!