Three Potters at Miew's Asian Pantry for April

Cabbage Bowl, Slipcast Porcelain, original model is a glass piece made during the Great Depression.  By Michelle Ting 

See the handbuilt pottery of Heather Wireman, functional ceramics by Brianna Fox, and the work of Michelle Ting. Miew Foods Asian Pantry is located underneath Kickin' Boot Whiskey Kitchen.

Miew's Asian Pantry Foods

5309 22nd Avenue NW

Factory vs Academy Continues with B. Wallace Cathey's "Hungry Junction"

Factory vs. Academy presents B. Wallace Cathey's Hungry Junction: A History of Seattle Diners Exhibition at the Seattle gallery on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 6pm.

B. Wallace Cathey will be talking with curator Michael Matewauk about her memoir and life working in diners from the Great Depression through the '60's. Photographs and artifacts related to various restaurants throughout Seattle's golden age of dining will be showcased in the gallery.

From Downtown Seattle to Burien and many points between, B. Wallace Cathey has worked in restaurants and diners that are now mostly forgotten in the city's history. With names such as The Huts, El Cenar, and the Ox Bow Inn, Cathey chronicles the various eateries her family operated with the wit and insight of someone who spent decades on the front-line or behind the counter ever-ready with a pot of coffee to top you off.  From the boom of Boeing to post-war changes in dining habits, Cathey evokes a Seattle of blue-collar worker lunches and supper clubber nights on the town that will charm and delight.  


Factory vs Academy 
2220 NW Market Street 
(Lower Level Suite B01)

2015 Recycled Art Show in April at Blowing Sands Glass

Nelson by Emma MacDuff

Hosted by Blowing Sands Studio in conjunction with Ballard Reuse and Seattle ReCreative, the 2015 Recycled Art Show will run April 11 - May 6th.
There will be an artist's opening reception during ArtWalk.

Artists all started with the same mission:  To bring new life to the discarded.  From that beginning, they have woven, painted, hammered, and sewn to create original works.  The pieces range from the whimsical to the sophisticated, intricate to bold, folk to modern to domestic handicrafts.  It is an entertaining collection all based on the concept that inspiration is where you find it.

Blowing Sands Glass Studio
5805 14th Avenue NW
Ballard Reuse
1440 NW 52nd Street

Venue Showcases Copperpeace in April

Copperpeace is a West Coast USA made company for a music-minded, fashion-forward generation. In 2006, founder Johnna Lynn made her first banjo strap while attending arts school in North Carolina. It wasn't long before musicians started noticing the strap and commissioning their own.

Cut to present day Seattle, where Copperpeace is now based (with a work/shop right inside Venue) and produces premium leather guitar straps, banjo straps, custom camera straps and an exclusive line of handbags.

Copperpeace guitar straps have been rocked by a number of well-known artists including Katy Perry, Weezer, The Avett Brothers, Sleater-Kinney, Alanis Morissette and many more talented musicians.

5408 22nd Avenue NW

Donal Murphy Showing at Couch Seattle in April

"Aside from the shapes and colours there are stories in the subjects of these paintings."

 I am originally from Cork, Ireland but living in Seattle, WA.

In terms of my creative output, I have a number of irons in the fire and more waiting to go in. I am in an explorative state in the Northwest of the country, allowing experiences and daily thinking to permeate my process. I have a tendency to simplify objects and reduce them to their essential components, trying to create forms by assembling simple shapes. Some thoughts on colour pervades, my reluctance to blend colors is based on my feeling that color can be experienced in a stronger, clearer way when it is compartmentalized and the shapes allow me to exhibit colour combinations I feel work well.

5423 Ballard Avenue NW

Art Chix at BallardWorks in April

The Alchemy of Art and Community

Art Chix is a group of eight women artists who have gathered monthly for the past 15 years with a goal of creating community and feedback for artistic growth.
Members include Sheryl Westergreen, Rosanne Olson, D. Lisa West, Patricia Belyea, Cary Pillo, Anna Rhodes, Nancy Jenkins, Cynthia Hartwig and Dana Nunnelly.

Each month the members decide on a new theme (a word, phrase, poem, etc) which they turn into art over the ensuing month. There are no rules except creative expression. The results, are paintings, poems, photography, songs, short stories, even quilts. The idea is to plumb the depths of the creative self. The work from this group has led to books, exhibits, even new careers, and a sense of empowerment for all involved.  Many of the pieces will be shown at the BallardWorks artist studios in Seattle on Saturday, April 11 from 6-9 p.m.

2856 NW Market Street

Monster Showcases Paintings By Andrew Miller For April

Andrew Miller is a Seattle based artist who works towards building and contributing to a strong and energetic art community.  Over the past 15 years, Miller has been actively working towards building a unique body of work and establishing a strong presence with his work, which consists of an extensive catalogue of hand painted photographs, illustrations, paintings, sculptures, independent film and murals. 
In addition to his private work, he is an accomplished live painter, educator and community leader.  Miller instructs art programs in multiple different schools throughout Puget Sound, including his work with Mind Unwind in West Seattle, and is the director of the monthly Fremont First Friday Art Walk.   His work can be seen at This Space is Ours (TSIO) studio at the Greenwood Collective and at
Monster Art and Clothing
5000 20th Avenue NW
Andrew Miller

April ArtWalk brings L R Odette to Market Street Shoes

"I paint what I see, feel and live. Self taught and feeling little restraint, I paint in various styles from my own perspective. I worked at a scale model company for years, which is where I gained an appreciation for perfection. You can see it in the detail of my work.

My hope is that my paintings are not only seen by you but also felt. If a painting evokes a feeling, emotion, memory or a simple smile, I've accomplished what I started out to do."

Market Street Shoes
2232 NW Market Street
L R Odette
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