It’s time once again for the monthly Art Up Artwalk in Greenwood and Phinney Ridge, from 6-9 p.m. Friday. Three dozen businesses are presenting art and/or offering specials during Artwalk hours.
Check out the Artwalk blog for the full list of participants, including several restaurants and stores with specials, plus a discount to Taproot Theatre’s production of “Brownie Points” on Friday night. Here are just a few highlights:
At Assemble Gallery & Studio, 7406 Greenwood Ave. N., artist Laura Amiss has layered and pieced together fabrics in colorful ways (below).
Green Bean Coffeehouse, 8533 Greenwood Ave. N., has photography by Torrey Edwards and live acoustic music by Beth Whitney.
A-1 Piano Sales & Rentals, 7020 Greenwood Ave. N., features oil paintings by Tracy Wallschlaeger using vibrant colors, inspired by ZZ Wei and Georgia O’Keefe, plus live music.
Urban contemporary artist Jesse Link is featured at Gainsbourg, 8550 Greenwood Ave. N. (below).
Avanti Art & Design, 7317 Greenwood Ave. N., showcases its annual “30/30” show, where 30 artists each create 30 pieces of art in 30 days, for a total of 900 pieces of art hanging at the gallery.
Francine Seders Gallery, 6701 Greenwood Ave. N., features works of oil on canvas by Elizabeth Sandvig & Jacqueline Barnett.
Rockwell Realty, 8315 Greenwood Ave. N., is hosting artist Susan Ofsonka-Dangler, who has transformed her palette after one year as a resident of the beautiful Pacific Northwest (below).
Santoro’s Books hosts Marie Ciliberto, who collects remnants from nature — flowers, seeds, moss, feathers, shells, sticks, stones, bones, etc. — to create shadow box collages.
Strut, 7511 Greenwood Ave. N., features paintings by Richard Goettling.
I draw and paint whatever comes to my mind in the moment. Lately the Sasquatch has captured my imagination as an archetype related to the Pacific Northwest, and as some kind of mysterious bridge between humans and the rest of creation. The question for me is not whether or not they exist, but rather, why do I want them too.