Perfect start for Greenwood-Phinney ArtWalk

by | May 15, 2010

A perfect spring evening – and lots of interesting art and music – drew throngs of people to the first day of the 15th annual Greenwood-Phinney ArtWalk.

We only had time to hit the south end of the ArtWalk tonight, so please help fill in the details with what you saw on your part of the event.

Here’s Sasquatch Studios owner Sacha Maxwell with a paper mache bustier made by artist Nikki deRelle, who is reflected in the mirror.

At Johnson and Johnson Antiques, Trio Con Brio performed from a set of porcelain thrones, which they said added a certain “resonance” to their music.

And at Espresso Dental, one of several bonus stops not listed on the downloadable map listing more than 60 businesses, Phil Scroggs poses with his self-portrait Phillustration, aptly named “Phil.”

The ArtWalk continues 12-5 p.m. Saturday. Find more details in our previous post.

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