(Contributing photographers: Katie Meyer, Wim Bonner, Patrick Sand)
Seen along Thursday night’s West Seattle Art Walk – It may have been “Ugly Sweater” time at Twilight Artist Collective in The Junction, but who can focus on sweaters when Twilight’s ownership trio is posing with baby Margaux (new daughter of co-owner Mary Enslow)? OK, how about this sweater, spotted on a patron?
Along with the sweater-showing-off, Twilight debuted “12 Days of Christmas” – a display in which, they say, “12 groovy artists each represent one of the twelve days of Christmas.” LOTS more to see along WSB’s December Art Walk travels … click ahead for more pix, including a photographer often featured on WSB, art in a trailer, and more!
Up at Hotwire Online Coffeehouse (WSB sponsor), the Caravan art-gallery-in-an-Airstream (featured here last July) was parked, with owner Brenda Scallon (above) inside and showing off several artists’ work, including GC Jackson‘s wearable textile art:
Also inside the trailer: E. Grace Dagger and her Band of Toy:
Lots of great photos on display this month. At Shanti Salon and Spa (WSB sponsor) in the Admiral District, Danny McMillin was there with his bird images:
We’ve been lucky to feature some of them on WSB (he shares them via the WSB Flickr group pool, too). Back in The Junction, photographer Ben Scherer of Ben’s Photography displayed several framed vivid photographs at Keller Williams.
Sharing the space for the evening was artist Eve Ingraham – a painter and metal work artist – showing different examples of her work in silver, copper, gems, mixed media.
Cupcake Royale‘s walls are sporting paintings by Javier Ortega:
And a few doors up at Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor), Rebecca Staffel of Deluxe Foods visited with taste sensations including strawberry balsamic preserves, spiced plum jam, grape and walnut conserve:
A different kind of food art is now available at Click! too -
Longtime WSB contributor Christopher Boffoli’s “Disparity” work has become a worldwide sensation, and led to merchandise lines as well as displays. At Click! you can now buy his limited edition cards (with envelopes), sets of ten. Christopher explains, “Each card has a different photo on the front and a caption inside.” Other retailers will be announced soon. And Winston Wachter Fine Art (203 Dexter Avenue North), Seattle rep for his work, will host a solo exhibition January 10-February 24 – more on that when it gets closer.
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