**Wallingford Center: 6p-7p MUSIC Polyrhythmics!!!!! check out www.wallingfordartwalk.org for information on their new album!
SeaMonster Lounge 6p-9p Cuba Libre: A PHOTO exploration of modern Cuba by Anothony Warner.”Come check out free photo socialism as Anthony Warner shares his photos of a monumental journey through Cuba. All the strangeness of cold war communism & propaganda, Havana nightlife, urban gardening, beautiful people, and tropical goodness. Mojitos will be served!
MUSIC Also listen to rare Cuban funk 45′s that AW collected.
MUSIC Role One (HipHop/Reggae) EVERY FIRST WEDNESDAY! 10-2am
Stu Stu Studio: I’ll have food n’ drinks, bad ass jewelry and 99% sure that I will be doing the “Note Show” (working title It will be a show of framed, hand-written notes. Anything goes, they can be love notes, hate notes, post its, whatever!
Key Bank: Siolo Thompson
‘Artist Siolo Thompson will be showcasing a selection of oil and
watercolor portraits and figurative paintings. Her work features
mysterious landscapes, totemic animals, robots and objects. She will
be doing a live painting demonstration from 6 to 9.”
Dandelion Salon: Megan Key
“These paintings give you a look into my universe. In them I explore visions that spark when I practice yoga, meditate or am outside running. I use oil and acrylic to create a mix of colorful magical landscapes and sometimes creatures. My intention is that my paintings share this world with you, and I invite you to come see them and be inspired.
Irwin’s Bakery: Molly Donovan
Wallingford Dental Arts: Kristin Frost
KERF International: Local artist Warren A Pope and his son the next generation; who in his own words is an artist of illustrated “ambiguity.” The cool modern sophisticated sculptural forms of Warren A are a nice juxtapose to the playful imagery of Warren W. This works on many levels. Visit as you won’t be disappointed.
Fuel: Lonjina Verdugo
Seattle Mosaic Arts: is excited to hold its 2nd Annual Members Show, featuring work created by members of the Seattle Mosaic Arts community. Works range from small decorative items to larger architectural installations and garden art. As we approach our 2nd anniversary of being open, we encourage people to come and see some of the mosaics that have grown out of this studio in just two short years.
Bargain Fair Thrift Store: Photographer Graham Clark
Not A Number: Not A Number features a lot of local artists right now i can count at least 12 local artisans who have stuff in here (t-shirts, stickers, buttons, cards, books). This month we’re featuring a Tarot/Astrology Reader who makes astrology greeting cards as well as Elinor who makes unusual and colorful duct tape wallets.
Teahouse Kuan Yin will also be participating in the Art Walk this month (and all the months after that!).
Our walls are presently proudly displaying the art of Mary Magenta, a painter and artist for more than three decades. Mary has produced a vast body of beautiful work and for the month of June, she has compiled for us a new collection of oil paintings entitled “Serene Scenes”.
“My subjects are moon-, sky-, sea-, and landscapes. I attempt to show our earth in all her magic. I hope my works will give your soul a place to rest and the space to dream…” says Mary of her work.