Here’s a sampling of the artists & musicians you’ll find at these locations for April’s Art Walk on Wednesday, April 4th:
Download your Art Walk map or pick one up at the WNA office (2100 North 45th Street).
Art Walk April 2012
The Assistance League Thrift Shop is proud to be showing a collection of magical illustrations done by artist/stylist Rosanne Gialanella. Rosanne’s work celebrates the spirit of fashion and the joy of living. She creates to inspire others to transition through life’s challenges with strength, style and grace.
Blue Star Cafe and Pub will be featuring David Weiner’s photography gallery – a large display of his personal favorites; many artistically altered; creating an amazing display. Check out David’s gallery at: http://www.weinergalleries.com/ …on display through the months of April and May.
We’re the perfect meeting spot for the start or the end of your artful night. Arrive hungry and ask for the Art Walkers special….buy one entree’ and get the second entree’ at 1/2 the price! Valid on April 4th, 2012 – (can’t be combined with any other offer.
New “Happy” hours: 3pm – 6pm, everyday!
Chocolati Cafe on 45th is displaying paper collages by Linda White. The Textures and brilliant colors found in the various papers lend themselves to the creation of super-realistic landscapes inspired by the artist’s hiking here in Washington and Beyond.
CPR Seattle will feature the art of Otto Bulut.
Work description: “Landscapes in India ink and watercolor on paper. Images of Eastern landscapes as a metaphor for the ‘mindscape’, perceived in the present and as a recollection.”
Bio: Otto Bulut is a full-time visual artist who works in animation, painting, and cartooning. Otto is obsessed with mystery and that which evades explanation. Born and raised in the University District, Otto has lost all perspective about Seattle but is glad to call it home.
Cutz Meridian Salon will be featuring the work of Justina Calamia, a Seattle visual artist, who creates both landscape and abstract images using watercolor and acrylic media. Her main inspirations are the mystical northwest wilderness as well as the broad range of colors that reflect and transcend nature.
Dandelion Salon will show the art of Valerie Wilsgard
Fremont Midwifery is featuring local artist, Sarah Diehl, and her Women in Aviation series. This series was inspired by the notion of freedom from gravity as well as a tribute to women in aviation. The artist particularly notes how these women in history own their destiny instead of being portraits of desire or decoration.
Fuel Coffee will be showing paintings by Kathy Liao.
The Grizzled Wizard will show the work of David Williams
H&R Block will feature prints by Tana Knight.
Irwin’s artist for April will be Carrie Jones, showing her photography.
KERF International is showing Colin Day abstracts.
The StuStudio will be featuring local talent Jeanie Lewis. As a henna artist, Jeanie uses traditional henna techniques combined with acrylic paints to create her bold, colorful canvases with hindu and buddhist motifs.
A note to the community – The StuStudio hosts an event every first Wednesday, so please feel free to stop by in the “off” months – I’d love to see you there! (1216 N. 40th St., right next to Pagliacci)
Seattle Mosaic Arts is proud to be showing a collection of mosaic works done by our very Alina Deac. Alina will be celebrating her year anniversary of creating beautiful and imaginative mosaics in our studio. The work is both lovely and inspiring.
Seamonster Lounge : Olde Growth will be playing from 8-9 PM.
Tangletown Pilates will be featuring Pennsylvania Dutch inspired Wood Panels by artist Steven Bastian at the WNA office (2100 North 45th Street). Get your Art Walk maps here!
Teahouse Kuan Yin will be featuring the paintings of Peruvian artist Isa Rodriguez. Rodriguez’s paintings of feminine figures strive through color and contrast to incorporate the strong and tender elements that are the duality in us all. We will be showing her work through May.
RAIN SUSHI – Artist Anthony Warner- “Chaos, Curry and Om” – Photography from India & MUSIC: Funkscribe 7:00-8:00pm spinning hip hop, soul and disco
Wine World - Jarrod Dunn is a Seattle artist who specializes in flowers, birds and landscapes. He started painting in the mid 1970s after working with charcoal. His goal is to make paintings and drawings that look real, but have a touch of wonderment. He wants the observer to be able to see the main content but have the need to use his or her imagination as well. He feels this adds to the beauty of the picture and gives more pleasure to the eye. There are so many sights and views in one piece of art! Wine World is featuring Jarrod’s Paintings of Spring Flowers at the store for the next month.
We have 23 businesses participating this month, so lots of art to see, even more than is listed here!!! Be sure to come out for the April Wallingford Art Walk!