West Seattle Art Walk, October edition: Viaduct and all!

You just can’t escape the Alaskan Way Viaduct this month. Not only because of the ubiquitous countdown to the 9-day, 10-night closure, but then, there’s art like Cheryl Robinson‘s paper/wax-on-wood creation, on display at Link (WSB sponsor), where Cheryl and her Twilight Artist Collective-mates made all the art happen. Cheryl’s “On the Viaduct” is featured on the fall-quarter West Seattle Art Walk posters/postcards:

… so we started tonight’s Art Walk coverage with her work. We also stopped by The Kenney (WSB sponsor), where quilter Doris McHenry was one of the resident artists showing work:

The Kenney also had a bazaar raising money for the Resident Life Care Fund, helping pay the rent for those whose resources run out too soon. Back in The Junction, ArtsWest opened a new exhibition a few days ago, “The Edge of Night,” and participating painter Jean Bradbury was at tonight’s reception:

Further south along California SW, Art Walk night also meant one of the periodic Open House events at longtime WSB sponsor M3 Bodyworks. They’re showing work by Sarah Barrick:

One of the great things about Art Walk night is that it’s even more an introduction, than a self-contained event – most if not all the artists/exhibitions can be enjoyed throughout the rest of the month. So whether you did or didn’t make it out tonight, take a look at the official Art Walk website at wsartwalk.com and think about visiting local businesses for art’s sake as well as for purchases and services.

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3 Replies to "West Seattle Art Walk, October edition: Viaduct and all!"

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    visitor October 14, 2011 (3:53 am)

    The Link link goes to an apartment in San Sebastian, in Spanish. I want to buy that great viaduct painting!!!

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      WSB October 14, 2011 (4:37 am)

      Sorry, I keep doing that. It’s linkapts.com vs. linkapartments.com. Fixing …

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    dotty October 14, 2011 (9:15 am)

    love the painting by cheryl! too bad it’s not in a public space so we can see it all the time.

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