Fremont First Friday Art Walk - January 7th, 2011

6-9 PM
(unless hours are otherwise noted) 



Venue: ActivSpaces
700 NW 42nd St., Seattle WA 98107
Come join the ActivSpace artists hosting open studios this Fremont First Friday, walk the halls and visit old favorites and discover new.  ActivSpaces is teeming with talent…artisans of fine jewelry, still life, funky art work & funky art wear, silkscreen printers, Ikebana, vintage bikes, graphic design, contemporary objects, wood turners, head turners, widgets & custom creations have been calling ActivSpaces home since 1995.  Come walk the building and visit the many open studios at ActivSpaces.  Situated right on the Burke-Gilman trail at 700 NW 42nd Street, start your art walk here or finish up as we are just a convenient block away from Hales Brewery on Leary Way NW.

Featured Artist of the Month: Brandon Vosika, Mixed Media
On view will be Brandon’s unique light boxes, paintings, craftings & collage, all accompanied by the haunting melodies of his musical work – a land & soundscape into the past; memoryscapes perhaps of an old and fading world juxtaposed with a modern overlay.  Ancient explores lost on tundra’s of ragboard and reclaimed wood; innocent rabbit children pose for an unseen cameraman under coffee stained skies; quizzical dogs await the sound of their master’s voice…all are present in Vosika’s miniatures. 

1300 N Northlake Way
 Tyson Anthony Roberts is a painter based in Seattle, WA.  He studied studio art at UC Davis and after college moved to Mexico City to continue developing his style away from home. Upon his return to Northern California, he voraciously worked to distinguish his brush-work and thus his style has culminated into what you see today. This past year Tyson exhibited his work twice in NYC and at numerous locations throughout Seattle.
Live music by Bar Tabac, and Skillet Street food truck will be serving deliciousness out of their iconic Airstream trailer in the parking lot.  Wine for $5/glass (or 5/$20).  This is a great place to start your evening and then work your way around to the other galleries!  
Winery Hours: Friday 3pm-9pm
Phone: 206.632.7516

4272 Fremont Ave N (across from Caffe Vita)
Artists: “Contemplations on the Dialectical Utopian Vision”
Join us for a tremendous collage art show! We will have 7 artists presenting work which depicts an alternate take on our current reality. Some work is political satire, others are social commentary or just fascinating juxtapositions of media images. Singer songwriters Jon Pontrello and Mads Jacobsen will be performing during the 6-9pm art show, followed by a 9pm screening of the claymation-tastic independent film “A Jazzman’s Jazzman: The Gerry Carruthers Story”.

Venue: Caffe Vita
4301 Fremont Ave. N
Artist: Wesley Meyer
Meyer is a graduate of the University of New Mexico Fine Art College.  He has exhibited works at, the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona, and the LA Art Share.  
Regular hours: M-F 6am-8pm, Sat-Sun 7am-8pm
Phone: 206.632.3535

600 N. 36th Street, Floor 3
"Doppelg√§nger" is a visual exploration of a well-known concept from German folklore: a double of oneself, as conveyed thru the lens of a Lomo 360 camera during travels to Masson's ancestral homeland of France.  
Phone: 206.905.9278

513 N. 36th St., Seattle WA 98103
Emily Alice Peck’s work is encaustic art, using wax, heat, and pigment.  She tells us that she started developing her technique almost 3 years ago:    “The canvas built of wood, using plaster/fresco base, color oil pastels, acrylic, oil, milk and clay paints.  The lines are etched, and finished with layers of wax.”  For Emily “the hands are connected to the heart".

3515 Fremont Ave. N
John Holm paints oceanscapes and the surfers who thrive on them using vividly-colored paints and reclaimed wood.
Phone: 206.547.4657
Regular hours: M-Sa 10am-6pm, Su 11am-5pm

3409 Woodland Park Ave N.
Come check out paintings by fine artist and videographer David Scudder (who is also the brains behind soulmoto, the videography company who produced Fremont Brewery's new promotional video).
Regular hours: Thurs-Fri. 4pm-8:30pm, Sat. Noon-8:30pm, Sun. Noon-5pm
Phone: 206-420-2407

760 N. 34th St.
Artist: Tom Spinney, Watercolors
Spinney studied Elementary Art Education at Western Washington University.  He retired from the Seattle School District in 1998 after 31 ½ years of teaching, and channeled his free time back into his watercolors.  He takes his inspiration from nature, his favorite subjects being sunsets with lighthouses, trees, and waterfalls.  
Regular hours: M-F 9am-9pm
Phone: 206.319.5323

122 NW 36th St.
Canadian artist and former professional skier Anthony Boronowski presents works that show the dialogue between death and beauty.  This show got such a great response in Dec. that evo is extending it's run through Jan.
Regular hours: M-Sat 11-8pm, Sun. 11-7pm
Phone: 206.973.4470

Venue: Planet Earth Yoga Center (2nd floor)
418 N 35th St.
Hezel's vibrant oil stick paintings of flora will be on display in the 2nd floor reception room of Planet Earth Yoga Center from 6-8pm.
Phone: 206.632.1760

420 N. 35th St.
Using fragments of found paper, these seamlessly crafted works serve as deeply personal reflections, employing vivid colors, energetic lines and visceral, evocative imagery to spontaneously capture and depict the varied terrain of a series of emotional landscapes.
Regular hours: Thursday to Sunday, 12-5pm
Phone: 206.545.7459

3510 Fremont Place N 
Beautiful black & white photography of Paris.  “My favorite activity in Paris is to be a ‘flaneur’.  That is, one who wanders without apparent objective, but very much aware of the possibility of experiencing & discovering anything & everything along the way…” - Jendro.  Free jewelry inspection/cleaning & 10% off all retail items while you enjoy art & refreshments!
Regular hours: Tues-Sat 10-6pm
Phone: 206.547.5551

100 NE Northlake Way, Ste. 200
Maria Coryell-Martin's “Cascade Explorations” are studio and field paintings inspired by her time with glacier monitoring scientists, the Girls on Ice educational program, and personal explorations.
Phone: 206.523.6150

3601 Fremont Ave N., #101 (entrance on 36th)
Scott Cahill Rude's photographic series "Reflecting On Seattle" carries an eye-catching thread of water and light reflection throughout.  These pieces capture a unique perspective of our northwest city as seen through the eyes of a native Seattlite returned home.
Regular hours: Tu-Th 5-10pm, F-Sa 5-11pm,Su 5-10pm
Phone: 206.632.2266