Happening now: West Seattle Art Walk, September 2014!

From Admiral to The Triangle to The Junction to Morgan Junction, the September West Seattle Art Walk is on until 9 pm. Here’s the map/venue list. Photos to come – watch the WSB Instagram feed in the meantime.

8:01 PM: Had to divert to breaking news, but we made it to two stops and have a photographer at a third. First, at Mind Unwind/Treehouse Lounge in The Admiral District, even before tonight’s featured artist arrived, we found customers exploring creativity:

That’s Mariah and Justin. Then it was on to The Junction, where Click! Design That Fits (WSB sponsor) is featuring two artists tonight – first, in a meet-the-maker event, it’s Steve Lawler of rePly Furniture:

Shelli Markee, best known for her wire birds on the Click! walls, is there too.

ADDED: West Seattle Cellars north of Morgan Junction had two artists tonight, too – Rich Lehl:

… and ET Marsden:

WS Cellars has free wine tastings every Thursday night, by the way, not just Art Walk nights. And it’s just steps away from West Seattle’s only co-working center, WS Office Junction (WSB sponsor):

That’s the WSOJ team posing with some of the art on display in their quarters at 6040 California SW, where you’re invited to a free coworking meetup every Wednesday, noon-1:15 pm. Meantime, next month’s West Seattle Art Walk will be October 9th – in the meantime, many venues keep their displays up all month, so check the WSAW website and check out art in the days and weeks ahead.

1 Reply to "Happening now: West Seattle Art Walk, September 2014!"

  • Diane September 12, 2014 (12:40 pm)

    there was a packed house at Wallflower custom framing (another wsblog sponsor) to meet artist Elana Winsberg, who told us wonderful personal stories behind the creation of her fabulous paintings in her series “My Mother Had 80 Coats”; paintings on display until Oct 7; there was also scrumptious fresh-out-of-the-garden “special tidbits” provided by The Admiral Bird (sorry I didn’t catch name of the chef; it was so nice he was on hand to describe sources of food on the table)
    Wallflower owner, Courtney, always puts on great event for artwalk, and she’s so welcoming; if you haven’t made it there to an artwalk yet, please keep in mind for next month, or visit before then to see current show (at base of Mural apts, across from Jefferson Square, just 1 block from main California/junction venues)
    also on display, a couple beautiful tables made out of reclaimed wood; turns out these are creations by Courtney’s brother; wow
    that was my first stop
    then, made it over to Click to meet Steve Lawler, creator of rePly Furniture; many beautiful unique pieces on display for the evening (several of his pieces remain in the store, for viewing and for sale), and a portfolio book with amazing photos (also by Steve) of all the furniture, lamps, clocks, boxes, full array of gorgeous accessories he makes out of scrap plywood; Steve was very generous of his time, explaining the process; especially interesting, how he reveals so many colors by sanding down the multi-colored glue; gorgeous stuff

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