SeafoodFest Second Saturday ArtWalk is On July 11

Time to celebrate all things Ballard. It's SeafoodFest, it's Second Saturday ArtWalk, and Warren is smokin' that salmon. High summer in Seattle. Get out and enjoy.

Lina Raymond Back on Ballard Avenue for July 11th ArtWalk

Salmon Bay from Fremont Peak

Ballard's own Lina Raymond is hanging again on Ballard Avenue at Horseshoe. (Her art, that is!) Her newest work, Salmon Bay from Fremont Peak, is there along with new abstracts and some favorites from her Ballard Avenue series. See a progression of photos made during the painting of this newest work on her Facebook page.

5344 Ballard Avenue NW
Lina Raymond

Exotic Snacks, Pottery & SeafoodFest at Miew Foods Asian Pantry for July 11th ArtWalk

On Saturday night in Ballard we will host not only some of the best local artists, but also some of the most exotic snacks from Asia. The brands we carry have never been introduced to the US market and your taste buds may help to bring one small company across the ocean and onto store shelves. Come join us with an open mind and adventurous taste buds.

Miew Foods Asian Pantry
5309 22nd Avenue NW

Photographer Andy Porter at the Bergschrund in July

Andy Porter began his love of photography and the outdoors when, at the age of 16, he completed a month-long Outward Program in the Sawtooth Wilderness of Idaho. Since then he has hitchhiked many miles, criss-crossing the US; trekked in the Andes; lived in the steppes of Siberia and now makes his home in Skagit County. Andy’s work has been featured in many magazines and publications including the book, “The North Cascades - Finding Beauty and Renewal in the Wild Nearby.” You can see his work at

4818 17th Avenue NW

Artist Reception with Evan Peterson at July ArtWalk

Join the artist Evan Peterson with his reverse glass paintings at a reception for the opening of his show at the Robert Madsen Gallery from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm on July 11. This show is in collaboration with photographer Bob Fink.

Robert Madsen Gallery
5448 Shilshole Avenue NW

Caitlyn Patten Show at His Word Found Here in July

Caitlyn grew up an army brat, her family constantly moving from place to place. When her family was stationed in Japan, she was introduced to anime and manga as a young child. That interest in animation grew into a passion through her high school years. She was accepted into the animation program at DigiPen Institute of Technology, learning the animation process for films and games. While in school, she had the opportunity to work as an animation instructor and interned as a graphic artist. Open graduating college, she entered the game industry as a 2D Artist, focusing on mobile games. Caitlyn now works as a marketing artist, doing design work by day and illustrating by night. 

5404 22nd Avenue NW

Matt Bazemore Showing at The Scoop at Walters in July

Ballard's own Matt Bazemore has an exhibit at The Scoop at Walters, running through the end of July.

Matt is a studied plein air painter whose artistic vision is to provide a window into the life, light and color of his idealized journey and experience.   Working primarily in acrylics, Mr. Bazemore utilizes a bold palette and style to capture the unique spirit and beauty of rural and urban landscapes of the Pacific Northwest.  

The Scoop at Walters
6408 32nd Avenue NW
Matt Bazemore

Metamorphic Gear at Venue for July ArtWalk

This month Venue is expanding the collection of Metamorphic Gear, the brainchild of Lindsay Lawrence, a world traveler, sailor and lover of the outdoors. Inspired by sailing, climbing and travel, Lindsay wanted to design a range of stylish but reliable Eco-friendly products for the adventure enthusiast to use in their urban lifestyle. Having been involved with sailing both professionally and recreationally, Lindsay witnessed the durability of sail material before it was sent to landfill so decided to give it a new lease on life as the major ingredient in his company's messenger bags and totes.

Lindsay reflects, "Adventures are sort of like fingerprints. Each unique to its owner. What starts as thoughts of 'what if' and 'I wonder if I could' quickly turn into plans set in motion." 

Metamorphic believes that the gear you use - the paths you take - all pay tribute to those that have come before you and sets the state for those to follow. Upcycling to Metamorphic means an entirely different thing. The tarpaulin, the ropes, the craft - every piece has had a life rich with experience. You are just setting out on your journey, but for these products, it's just a new chapter in theirs. 

This artwalk at Venue will mark the next chapter for Metamorphic, launching a new brand design that has "morphed" from their original logo. The adventure will never end and Metamorphic hopes you will join us to celebrate.

5408 22nd Avenue NW

Wings Opens at Blowing Sands Glass Studio in July

Artists’ opening reception as a part of Ballard Art Walk, Saturday, July 11 6pm-9pm
Glass wings, glass hummingbirds, photos, paintings and mixed media related to birds, feathers, and flight. Also check out Blowing Sands at the 41st Annual Ballard SeafoodFest in Booth # 6.

Blowing Sands

Contemporary Printmaking July 11 at BallardWorks

Ten Members of Seattle Print Arts exhibit works at BallardWorks with an opening reception during the Ballard ArtWalk Saturday July 11, 2015,
6:00-9:00 pm. The exhibit will run through July 31.

The seemingly magical interaction of process and a variety of media is explored in artwork by Linda M. Brooks, Suzan Fant, Margaret Liston, Joseph Pendtherodakis, Joan Stuart Ross, Ellen Rutledge, Karin Schminke, Judy Talley, Kappy Trigg and Joan Wrench.

2856 NW Market Street
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