Alki Art Fair this Saturday & Sunday: Preview the artists

(WSB photo from 2012 Alki Art Fair)
One of the marquee events in what looks to be West Seattle’s biggest weekend of the summer is the Alki Art Fair this Saturday and Sunday (July 20-21) – two days of arts, crafts, live music, food, and (if the forecast holds) beautiful weather at the beach. Here are the basics:

*Hours – 10 am-6 pm for the artists’ booths both days; music till 9 pm Saturday, 8 pm Sunday
*Transportation – If you’re not coming by bus or bicycle, or on foot, park at West Seattle High School (3000 California SW) and take the free shuttle bus!

And fair organizers have shared the artist/food-vendor lineup – always subject to last-minute change, but here’s where things stood as of this morning:

Vendor Business Name
Delores Peck – Lella Rae Designs
Johanna Lindsay – Penguina Designs
Sally Pray – Soul Reflections
Theresa Stacy
Sella and Linda Rush – Shi-Shi Design
Court Hoffman – Courtney2k Design
Matthew Porter – Matthew Porter Art
Shino Mikami – Uzura
Lee Henrickson – Seattle League of Arts
Hung Q. Pham – Hung Pham Art
Bonnie Stenzel – Bonnie’s Homecrafts
Ray Fitrano – KlapnKlip Soy Candles
Jaime Marie – J Project Clothing
Arturo Torres – Fotographia Artistica
Sharon Brown
Tatyana Brown – Tatyana Graphics
Kathy Boczar – Exclusive Designs by Cathy
Hank Kaihara – Bonsai by Kaihara
Rita Noble – Noble Makings
Holly Perry – Vinyl Grounds
Mary Hollister – Sandice
Jane Wen – Jane’s Treasures
Sarah Dorsett
Matt Wright – Out of Ink
Andrew Hill – Freeborn Metal Works
Holli Margell – Holli With An I, LLC
Stacey Sterling – Basilic Textiles
Barry Crust – Beyond the Beach
Barbi Lock Lee
Louisa Danforth Photography
Claire Jauregui – Orange Twist
Tamera Mickelson – T. M. Originals
Jim Gerlitz
Dave Ryan – Manticore Stencil Art
Kathy Johnson – Studio by the Sound
Camille Utzler – Kneehighs n Pigtails
Daniel Santjer – Northwest Encaustic
Esther Chinn – Asri Art
Giovannina Souers – Souer Art
Flora Carlile-Kovacs – Floranemez
Nancy Meldrich – Sophiana
Jessica Slagle – Jessie Beans Handmade Accessories
Rebecca Gifford – Rain Fantasies
Michael Galvin – Michael Galvin Art
S.H.A.G. – Cynthia Graham
Tasha Amos – Tea’s Closet
Chloe Choe – Alki Beach Glass Jewelry
Guara Kish
Markus Donier – Woodstudio
Terri Goodwin – Bright River Studio
Larry Snyder – Fotoitaliana
Kathy Ward – Simple Things by Kathy
Pepper Peterson – Pepper Recouture
Shelley Irish – Sati Llc
Blaine Wood

Sara Chapman – Love That Image
Paula Gardiner – Beading Heart
Linda McClamrock – Linda McClamrock Art
Chaitali Narla
Mark Sigafoos – Tacoma Glassblowing Studio
Lauren Scanlan – Island Mana Llc

James Chang – Shen Zen Tea
Sunny Galaviz – Sg Art Studio
Krystal Kelley – Mind Unwind

Serena Streitman
Quinn Wiley – Ocean Earrings

Beth Strempler – Peaks Frozen Custard
Jill Rische – Cousins Gourmet
Deano Lucas – Deano’s Grill
Yeong Pan – Baskin Robbins
Don Nolan – Zatz A Better Bagel

We’re awaiting the music lineup and will add to this story if it comes in overnight.

9 Replies to "Alki Art Fair this Saturday & Sunday: Preview the artists"

  • JW July 19, 2013 (6:08 am)

    WSB, do you know how often the shuttle runs and where it drops you on Alki? Couldn’t find the info on any of the links above. Thanks.

  • Gary Streitman July 19, 2013 (8:43 am)

    Serena Streitman’s bracelets are the best!

  • chas redmond July 19, 2013 (9:05 am)

    The Shuttle is supposed to go back and forth every 15 minutes between WS High School parking lot and the corner at 61st (Statue of Liberty) and 62nd and Alki Ave, across from the Bath House.

  • Kip July 19, 2013 (11:08 am)

    Nope, Gary’s not biased… ;)

  • Diane July 19, 2013 (12:21 pm)

    chas, how late does the free shuttle run?
    I took the water taxi shuttle down to the open street fest in May, but couldn’t find the shuttle to get back up the hill, and had to hitch a ride

  • Alkigirl July 19, 2013 (2:38 pm)

    Gary is right!!! Not only are her bracelets AWESOME, she’s a real sweet girl :)

  • chas redmond July 19, 2013 (3:03 pm)

    I’ll have to check again, but I think the shuttle runs to 6 pm.

  • Diane July 19, 2013 (8:21 pm)

    thanks Chas; now what about the music?

  • lights July 20, 2013 (2:08 pm)

    Music is frustrating loud for some of the hundreds of residents in apartments, condos and houses in this area. I love live music, but does it have to be so loud for the 50 or so folks gathered around the stage to enjoy it? I think they could cut the volume in half and everyone would still have a great time. And the residents in the area could put their kids down to nap, read or just hear themselves think. ;)

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