Seen along the West Seattle Art Walk, late summer edition

A few scenes from last night’s West Seattle Art Walk: At Twilight Artist Collective in The Junction, we found artist RobRoy Chalmers and proud daughter Izzy. His “Sporozoan Swarm” is now on display at Twilight, for the entire month. Across SW Alaska:

Phil Cline of Naches Heights Vineyard (southeastern Washington) was pouring at Bin 41 during Art Walk night. That means it’s a two-in-a-row week, since you’ll find the traditional Friday night tasting there too, with new wines tonight from the Willamette Valley (Oregon)’s Alexana Winery, 6-7:30 pm. More Art Walk people ahead:

Elana Winsberg’s work is on display this month at Seattle Real Estate Associates (WSB sponsor). She worked in “visual journalism” for years – but dove into intensive painting/drawing studies after a newspaper for which she was working shut down, as explained here. (The work with which she is posing is titled “Bailey Sleeping.”)

And on the south end of the Art Walk route, we visited The Kenney (also a WSB sponsor):

That’s Martha Hicks, lauded for the bright colors of her work, including watercolor and acrylics. Also spotlighted, framer Fred Madrid, showing and selling historic West Seattle scenes:

Next month’s West Seattle Art Walk will be on October 13th – and as always, many of the displays put up for this month’s WSAW will be up throughout the month, so even if you didn’t get a chance to enjoy the art tonight, you can turn September into a monthlong Art Walk of your own.

2 Replies to "Seen along the West Seattle Art Walk, late summer edition"

  • The Velvet Bulldog September 9, 2011 (3:13 pm)

    Izzy is an excellent community relations/business person. Both the BF and I got her dad’s business cards that she was so adorably handing out!

  • RobRoy September 10, 2011 (8:28 am)

    Thanks Velvet she was so excited to hand out those cards and be there with dad. Hope you enjoyed the show.

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