August 13 ArtWalk Participants

Annie's Art & Frame
2212 Northwest Market Street

Derek Sullivan shows his collection of whimsical alphabet prints, along with a selection of his illustrative prints. Framed and unframed work will be available, and the artist will be in attendance.

5344 Ballard Avenue Northwest

Artist Reception 7-9PM

Artist, illustrator, and graphic designer
Kristien Ziska now lives in Seattle, but originally hails from the Arizona desert. This dichotomy of climates touches on the contrast in her interests, inspiration, and company she keeps and has been constant theme throughout her life. Ziska is horrible at sitting still and is currently in pursuit of balance and the ever-evasive virtue…PATIENCE. She enjoys producing art via watercolor, gauche, acrylic, pen and pencil, and digital prints. She is lover of babes, the desert, the universe, time and space, champagne, international friend visits, her beavers, crystals, moons, Egyptian symbolism, and kitty cats. As she reaches proper adulthood she is realizing her interests trend closer to that of her true self at 9 years old.

Dish it up!

5320 Ballard Avenue

The ART of Cooking
Gluten Free!
Join Chef Robin Singer as she demonstrates some of her delicious recipes - ones that just happen to be gluten free! Menu: Thin-crust Pizza with Zucchini-Goat cheese and Wild Mushroom-Chard and Bit-Sized Whoopie Pies with Mint or Coconut fillings. FREE samples and recipes available!

Blowing Sands Glass Studio/Laura Frost Art Gallery

5805 14th Avenue NW

Presenting The Poverty Bay Artists Group Show. This group of talented Northwest artists presents works of invention, originality, tradition, craftsmanship and beauty. Artists include painters Jim Matthew, Richard Jahn, Patrice Colvin and more. An excellent collection of pieces.

Artist Jim Matthew

Sev Shoon Arts Center
2862 NW Market Street

Combining mark-making, discarded scraps and images of the ordinary or inconsequential, Phil Stoiber produces prints using etching with chine colle and photocopy litho. He preserves in prints what some would consider debris of daily life, inviting viewers to this open demo to experience new ways of seeing what's familiar to us all.

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