West Seattle Art Walk tonight, 6-9 pm: The map, and highlights

March 10, 2011 at 4:00 pm | In West Seattle Art Walk, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

Just two hours till the monthly West Seattle Art Walk (the latest walking map and venue list is page 2 of this PDF). Among the dozens of talented artists showing their work and meeting art-lovers all around West Seattle tonight for the monthly WS Art Walk, you’ll find Machel Spence, whose photography has won raves here recently (as well as elsewhere) – she’s showing her fungi photography at Alki Arts this time around (next to Cactus at 2820 Alki SW), and you can say hi 6-9 pm. (Her photo above is “a photograph of a photograph” that’s part of the show.)

Two photographers are showing their work at Seattle Real Estate Associates (WSB sponsor). – The photo above is a sample of David A. Barnes‘ work (a wall in Paris, one of the many places he’s photographed during more than 40 years of work); the other photographer is Rosanne Olson. Come see their work and also meet the folks at Seattle Real Estate Associatesonline at westseattleforsale.com – who have recently moved their office to West Seattle (you’ll find it in The Junction at 4535 44th Avenue SW).

Also from The Junction:

At Blue Willow, 4310 SW Oregon, you’ll find Theresa McCormick, who’s showing new work there this month, including watercolors, mixed media, and acrylics painted on location in Arizona, Samish Island, Cape Disappointment, and Orcas Island in Washington, as well as other abstract and imaginary paintings of “locations” she created – the work above is called “Shimmering Field of Yellow.”

And about a block north of Blue Willow, at Hotwire Online Coffeehouse (WSB sponsor; 4410 California SW) – it’s a mother-and-daughter display! Cari Jones and Jessica Jones are showing their work. You can read more about them here.

Lots more previews if you scroll along the official West Seattle Art Walk website – venue by venue, artist by artist – all over the peninsula; you’ll also find the Art Walk on Facebook, here. Again, the list and “walking map” can be found on the second page of this PDF.


  1. Congratulations, West Seattle. Love the local exposure and national press. And especially Diane at Alki Arts!!! Absolutely fabulous works!!!

    Love the news. Keep it up!!


    Comment by Smith Sinclair — 5:27 am March 11, 2011 #

  2. Yes, thank you Diane for including me…I had a great time chatting with the locals about fungi! m-

    Comment by Machel Spence — 3:32 pm March 11, 2011 #

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