~ March st~

                            6-9 PM (unless hours are otherwise noted) RAIN OR SHINE!


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evo Timesinfinity Gallery 

3500 Stone Way N

evo is partnering with Powder Magazine to do a fundraiser and sell of some of their most iconic covers over the past 40 years for charity.


122 NW 36th Street

A Compilation of 

This show is entitled. "A Celebration of Process" featuring Darin Montgomery of urbancase, John Canfield of High Above, Andy Johnson of Ample Furniture, Jeff Skierka's Mixtape Table, Scott Fuller, Derek Graham, Taylor Sizemore of Sizemore Biccycle, Brandon Perhacs of Perhacs Studio, and Nate French's interactive installation. 

Come by the Haus-and get ready to be inspired!

600 N 36th St. Seattle


2nd Floor: Angie Hinh
3rd Floor: Anette Lusher
4th Floor: Bill Mathews

Angie Hinh

Angie Hinh grew up in California and earned her BA in Political Science and Mass Communications from the University of California, Berkeley. Angie loves the visual arts, and is particularly interested in the processes involved with different media, which has led her to dabble in printmaking, watercolors, ceramics, graphic and web design, and of course, photography, which she prefers to do using traditional black & white film. Angie discovered her love for photography in her teens, and has been shooting in black & white and printing her own work since 2006. Outside of the darkroom, Angie's other interests include bicycling, reading, cooking, and traveling.

Anette Lusher

Bill Mathews

For the past 20 years, bill matthews has been showing his paintings around seattle coffee houses. his works explore nature, music, mythology and community in a bold, colorful style.


A plethora of art in one stop!

3417 Evanston Ave N Fremont

1st Floor: Lauren Aldrich
2nd Floor: Lauren Aldrich
3rd Floor: Bryan Ubaghs
4th Floor: Matt Bazemore
 5th Floor: Jaclyn Miller

Lauren Aldrich

Lauren Aldrich is a Seattle native who works primarily in oil paint as well as mixed media with found & recycled materials. Her work can be described as fanciful or whimsical and usually portrays brightly colored surreal landscapes featuring the vibrant beauty of nature, often with small characters and figures. This First Friday's show will feature a live musical performance by some of Seattle's notable funk musicians as well as a small crafts table and free snacks and beverages. 

Bryan Ubaghs

I'm a self-taught, long-time painter, working mostly in acrylics on canvas. Palm trees are a fascinating subject to paint. The lines, the sway of the palms, the rich colors. All of it stirs up feelings of a warm sun, a sandy beach and perhaps the scents and sounds of the ocean.

Matt Bazemore

The focus of my work tends to be about revealing and preserving the inherent energy that emanates from a specific place. When painting I work on location and use a spontaneous approach bringing a quick sketch to full finish. The idea is to create a sense of animation and idealism. My paintings also serve as a biography in that they are a record of where I went, what I saw there, and when I saw it. My pieces for this show were done at Golden Gardens, Greenlake, and The Seattle Arboretum.

Jaclyn Miller

As an artist, Jaclyn Miller dabbled in painting, photography, and stained glass before discovering her true calling: working with wood. Her wood art consists of a kaleidoscope of wood dyes and geometric arrangements to create pieces that accentuate the natural patterns and textures of wood. An eclectic mixture of new lumber, repurposed and up-cycled woods, and specialty hardwoods ensures that each piece is truly one-of-a-kind.

Also in the Saturn Building...

Spa Ginger

Artist: Ryan Castoldi

Ryan is excited to be celebrating, with his wife, the grand reopening of Spa Ginger in the Saturn building. Ryan is a Seattle based commercial photographer specializing in food, product and wine. He will be sharing a collection of images documenting the amazing wine region of Washington state.


Bellefleur Lingerie
3504 Fremont Place N

Artist: Therese De Alwis

Therese De Alwis is a Washington-based artist specializing in bead & fashion jewelry design, handmade/hand painted greeting cards, and paintings. Her move to the artistic northwest (Seattle & Portland) boosted her passion & talent for arts & crafts. For questions or custom orders, you may contact Therese on her Facebook website or by email at

Pel'Meni Dumpling Tzar
3516 Fremont Pl N
BONUS: $1 off dumplings when you mention the phrase "Make Art, not war".
Phone: 206.387.1702
Regular hours: 11am - 2:30am, Everyday
Artist: Luke Forsyth

Luke Forsyth's childhood was warped at a young young age by the following activities:protesting the first gulf war; participating in Earth First tree sits to save redwood groves; eating locally produced organic vegetarian food from farmers market; fueling  leftist ideas of global awareness with alternative education.
( Thanks Mom and Dad)

Balance Studio
418 N 35th St

Artists: Komsant Laemthong "Woody"

Komsant Laemthong “Woody” was born in Bangkok Thailand in 1957.  He is a self-taught artist of extraordinary talent.  Woody has sustained his family as an artist for over 30 years.  When speaking of himself as an artist he very happily states, “as an artist, I was born to be!” Woody paints in multiple mediums though most commonly with acrylic on canvas.  He also uses vinyl and frequently paints with his figures for a more intimate connection and to achieve the desired effect.  Woody’s commercial subject matters are typically of a Buddhist and Hindu nature.  Although he also covers a broad spectrum of imagery that reflects his passion, love and divine inspiration. 

Hub and Bespoke
513 N. 36th St., Seattle WA 98103
Phone: 206.547.5730
Regular Hours: M,W,Th Noon-7pm, Fri-Sat. Noon-6pm, Sun. Noon-5pm.
(Closed Tues.)
 Artist: Emily Alice Peck
 Emily Alice Peck’s work is encaustic art, using wax, heat, and pigment. 
She tells us that she started developing her technique almost 5 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".

ArtFX Gallery
420 N. 35th St.
Regular hours: Thursday to Sunday, 12-5pm
Phone: 206.545.7459

Artist: Justina Calamia
It's always fun to watch how an artist grows and evolves over time. In the past we have shown Justina and her watercolors were beautifully realistic rendered scenes from nature. Now her canvases literally explode with color and her scenes of nature and abstracts dance vibrantly across your eye. Definitely happy images meant to be enjoyed.

Frame-Up Studios
3515 Fremont Ave. N
Phone: 206.547.4657
Regular hours: M-Sa 10am-6pm, Su 11am-5pm
Artist: Roy Burbank

We are pleased to present a collection of new photographs by Roy Burbank. Roy's passion for black and white photography has inspired this new body of work. He is able to capture the subtle interplay of light and shadow in every photograph.

Fremont Jewelry Design
3510 Fremont Place N 
Phone: 206.547.5551
Regular hours: Tues-Sat 10-6pm
Artist: Ethan Jack Harrington

As a plein-aire oil painter, Harrington's intensely unique style captures the surrealistic & whimsical perspective of the constantly evolving world...

509 wines
1300 North Northlake Way

Arturo Torres

Arturo Torres was born in the city of San Luis Potosi, located in the Central part of Mexico. After receiving his baccalaureate in Agricultural engineering from the Universidad of San Luis Potosi, he worked for the Mexican government and other private institutions. 
At first, the photography was an avocation and purely a personal pleasure, but gradually friends and colleagues encouraged him to turn his increasingly serious advocation into a profession. The focus of his photographic interest in on doorways and windows which speak of lives beyond them, and reflecting his cultural background, the colors he seeks are vibrant and contrasting

Fremont Starbucks
3415 Fremont Avenue North
(206) 633-3706

Artist: Aileen Ponio
Northwest scenic photgraphy, 8x10 matted and framed

Portage Bay Goods
621 N. 35th St.
Phone: 206.547.5221
Regular hours: Daily 10am-7pm