West Seattle Art Attack returns with Christmas 2013 surprises

A surprise before we close the books on Christmas 2013 – a communique late tonight from West Seattle Art Attack, the local glass artist who, with accomplices, has “attacked” unsuspecting locals with creations over the past six years or so (we first heard from WSAA in 2007, and most recently in 2012). These photos were included with this note:

The West Seattle Art Attack team pulled off another Christmas assault hitting well-decorated houses from Alki to Fauntleroy. The team picked about a dozen houses at random that just felt like they deserved a little gift. Many more were selected, but there were too many people out and about, and the “attackers” were spooked. Happy holidays and Merry Christmas, West Seattle!

Maybe you were a recipient – take a close look when you go outside tomorrow!

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4 Replies to "West Seattle Art Attack returns with Christmas 2013 surprises"

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    Silly Goose December 26, 2013 (8:01 pm)

    WHAAA my house looks very festivive and old world christmas I want to be art attacked!!!

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    Cupajoe December 26, 2013 (8:24 pm)

    I am very appreciative of being “attacked” by whomever the glass artist is. I am in the Fauntleroy area and my wife and I would like to say Thank You and Merry Christmas to you. Just the thought of someone caring enough to share their talent as a gift to us was beyond thoughtful. The gift was a beautiful glass sculpture. You will inspire me next year to make my Christmas display bigger and better next year. Thank you once again, the gift and the thought behind it I can’t thank you enough for!!!

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    The Rose St K's December 28, 2013 (11:21 am)

    We were also “attacked”! Cupajoe pretty well sums up our feelings on being a recipient of such a beautiful piece of glass work. The artist and accomplices absolutely Rock!
    Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

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    ttt December 31, 2013 (8:56 pm)

    I love this!

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