Revealed: What’s going into the old Bikes ‘n’ Brew spot

Several people have e-mailed WSB to ask about this – wondered about it ourselves – and finally we have the answer: The ex-Bikes & Brew (etc.) spot in The Junction, just west of Easy Street, will be the new West Seattle home of Twilight Artist Collective — here’s what Erin Crawford tells us about Twilight:

We are hoping to be open in the 1st week of December ~ and are planning a “soft-opening” party on Thursday 13th, to coincide with the West Seattle Art Walk. … We have been in business @ Pike Place Market for almost 3 years, and represent over 100 local artists! The new shop will be a bigger & better version of our PPM shop ~ with featured artists showing in the back space of the gallery, and a wide variety of artists, salon style, in the front of the gallery. We will also have a collection of handmade goods (jewelry, handbags, sock monsters, etc) ~ perfect for holiday stuffers!! We will have more info & details on dates & times as the next week progresses ~ our contractors are in the space transforming it as we speak!

7 Replies to "Revealed: What's going into the old Bikes 'n' Brew spot"

  • Jan November 20, 2007 (1:50 pm)

    sounds great…:)

  • Elizabeth November 20, 2007 (2:51 pm)

    This is great! If there is one thing West Seattle is lacking, it’s a real art gallery showing a wide variety of regional artists (rather than 1 or 2 featured local artists). This will be a huge boost to the monthly art walks.

  • Mr. JT November 20, 2007 (2:58 pm)

    This is quite possibly the only spot that no one has mentioned TJ’s going into.. More local art is always good :)

  • Peter November 20, 2007 (3:04 pm)

    Sock monsters will make West Seattle legit.

  • Keith November 20, 2007 (3:42 pm)

    Sounds like a great idea and a great addition to the neighborhood!

  • Todd in Westwood (S. Delridge) November 20, 2007 (8:22 pm)

    Hmm, I remember this space as a comic book shop that I spent way too much $$$$ at back in the early 90s.


  • Joni November 21, 2007 (8:55 am)

    I’m so happy to see more interesting places to go to in the Junction! I’ll definitely be spending some money in here!

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