Five New Venues For October 2nd Saturday ArtWalk

Get some comfy shoes on Saturday night, and head on out to Ballard's 2nd Saturday ArtWalk.
We welcome five new venues for the fourth quarter:

Ballard Beer Company
Blue House Yellow Dog Studio
His Word Found Here
Robert Madsen Design Studio
Sticks & Stones Seattle

Saturday, October 11, 2014 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Sticks&Stones Seattle Hosts 4 Artists and Foraged Jewelry for October


New to Ballard is Sticks&Stones Seattle, located on 22nd and Ballard Avenue. They have jewelry made from natural elements found in the environment, and a beautiful gallery upstairs.

For October, they are featuring Baso Fibonacci, Christian Lucas, Mike Wagner and Claudius Phaedrus.

Sticks&Stones Seattle 5402 22nd Avenue NW

Hidden Talents/Famous at Blowing Sands Glass for October

Hidden Talents/Famous

An exhibition of works by local quiltmakers & artisans.

Currated by Laurette Chasse. Featuring artists Nan Wonderly, Debra Hedeen, Meredith Crichton, Maggie Miller, Jordan Hotchkiss, Jackie Lamont, Heather Swoin, and Laurette Chasse.
Work in metal, fabric, wood, paper, mosiac, and clay.

Opening reception Saturday, October 11th 6pm-9pm.
Show continues through November 5th.

Blowing Sands Glass Studio 5805 14th Avenue NW



Blue House Yellow Dog Studio and Karen Klee -Atlin in October



Red-Wing Blackbird by Karen Klee - Atlin,  woodcut
New to the 2nd Saturday Artwalk is Karen Klee - Atlin of the Blue House Yellow Dog Studio.

Karen Klee-Atlin was born in Toronto, where she studied at the Ontario College of Art. She did graduate work in painting and printmaking and received her MFA in painting from the University of Calgary. She has lived in many parts of Canada and the US as well as in Peru, the Philippines and Mexico, teaching art in schools and universities as well as pursuing her own studio work.

Much of her life has been spent overseas and these periods of time have contributed richly to her work. Karen gathers images from a range of sources, including folk religious sculpture, industrial training manuals, and scarecrows, and renders them in woodcuts, acrylic, and oil. She has shown her work internationally, and her images can be found as the covers of two plays, Bone Cage and It Is Solved By Walking, by Canadian playwright and two-time Governor-General`s Award winner, Catherine Banks.

Blue House Yellow Dog Studio 5406 6th Avenue NW

New To 2nd Saturday ArtWalk for October - Ballard Beer Company Hosts Lewis LaBrash






New to the Ballard 2nd Saturday ArtWalk is the Ballard Beer Company, located at 2050 NW Market Street (formerly La Tienda). With wonderful wall space, they are hosting Lewis LaBrash and his original acrylic on canvas paintings. Come by and meet the artist from 6-9pm, and sample a few brews.

Ballard Beer Company 2050 NW Market Street

Market Street Shoes Features the Photography of Tom Deering for October



A Northwest native, Tom was first attracted to the folklore of the Balkans, and Bulgaria in particular, during high school in 1968. A founding member of Seattle's Radost Folk Ensemble, Tom has made several trips to Bulgaria to dance, photograph, and study folklore, most recently with his family in 2010.
Most of the photographs in this show were taken at the Bulgaria's National Folklore Festival, held every five years since 1966 in the town of Koprivshtitsa.

Market Street Shoes 2232 NW Market Street

Monster Art and Clothing features Ariel Millihart

Muertos By Ariel Millihart
Artist Airy Fairy Ariel




















AiryFairyArt is Ariel Millihart, a Seattle based artist who creates for all your third eyes.  She paints her true selves, a bounty of psychedelic immortal beauties, enticing and entrancing all that pass her by.  Come dance on the fringes of a melting wonderland. Take one of her sirens home and you may find yourself a part of the art.  She lives to be visually stunning, beckoning to you through her brush strokes and painted fingertips.  Adorn yourself in her mystical world of sacred ultraviolet style and bask in the love and fun she longs to create with you.  Find more of her work at AiryFairyArt.com, and see the accessories that accompany the paintings on her Etsy store entitled DnAExperience.
Monster Art and Clothing  5000 20th Avenue NW (corner with Ballard Avenue)
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