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Another gorgeous day for second day of PhinneyWood ArtWalk

May 11th, 2013 · Comments

Friday night’s beautiful weather and hundreds of artists brought out the crowds to the huge annual PhinneyWood ArtWalk, organized by the Greenwood Arts Council, in collaboration with the Phinney Neighborhood Association. Sidewalks were filled with people strolling by 84 neighborhood art galleries and other venues.

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Artist Tommy Vision showed off his fun art inside Avanti Art & Design at the corner of North 76th Street and Greenwood Avenue North.

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Clarissa Callesen’s “Odd Birds” filled the front window of Tasty.

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Musicians performed at several venues, including outside Santoro’s Books and Varnish Salon…

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And inside the former Antika space, which was turned into an art gallery for the night. The band is The Fabulous Juncos.

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Flamenco dancers performed inside the American Dance Institute at 80th & Greenwood.

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The PhinneyWood ArtWalk continues today from 12-5 p.m. Check out the website for a list of all participating venues and artists, and a map. You can also pick up a map at ArtWalk venues.

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