Return of ‘West Seattle Art Attack’: Surprises in 3 P-Patches

July 1, 2012 at 11:48 am | In Gardening, West Seattle news, WS culture/arts | 4 Comments

Almost 5 years after the first known “West Seattle Art Attack,” the mysterious leaver-of-glass-gifts has “struck” again. We received photos this morning with word that they were from WSAA visits to three local P-Patch community gardens. So if you’re tending a plot today, keep an eye out!

The art isn’t ALL hidden among the stalks and leaves at the Barton, Genesee, and Charlestown P-Patches:

This is the first time we’ve heard from/about West Seattle Art Attack since a WSAA/YarnCore collaboration inside a local cafĂ© more than a year ago.

4 Comments

  1. Come to Delridge P-Patch! Pleeeeze!!! :)

    Comment by Valerie — 2:59 pm July 1, 2012 #

  2. Yes!
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    If you could spread the love around, including the Delridge Patch…..

    Comment by Been There — 6:13 am July 2, 2012 #

  3. I love the Delridge P-Patch every bodies plots are looking so good. We don’t need no stinken art. It would be really cool to find one though, kinda like Easter.

    Comment by Norman — 12:02 pm July 2, 2012 #

  4. Very fun!!! And such a pleasant surprise. Thank you mysterious one.

    Comment by R.Frost — 12:05 pm July 4, 2012 #

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