April 5th

~ April 5th~


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


FYI Balance Studio 
has had to cancel their art show tonight

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Pots Gallery

619 N 35th st #100
In the Alley!

Artist: Wally Bivins
"The White Album"

Artists Reception Sat April 6th 5-8pm
Showing Sundays Noon-5pm

Fremont Health Club

3601 Fremont Ave N

Artist: Antoinette Hippe

Antoinette was born and raised in Seattle, living in Ballard and Greenwood most of her life. She started her journey with the Art of Henna in 2000 with an apprenticeship with a local professional. While working there for several years, she started developing her artistic style, which became strongly influenced by the traditional Indian and Middle Eastern henna designs.
Henna is traditionally a temporary art form. While Antoinette is in love with the impermanence of the henna and the all-natural stain, she's always striving to find ways to make the artwork last as well. By translating to canvas and acrylic paint, Antoinette has made permanent the intricate and delicate adornments used for centuries to beautify the human skin

GiGi Retro Inspired Clothing

3418 Fremont Ave N

Leslie-Anne of 
Barones Lovey De Luxe

Imagine… The Moulin Rouge of the 1800s with its accents of Victorian style, the flirtatious flappers of the 20's, burlesque of the 30s & 40s, glamorous 50's high fashion. Add a pop of pin-up passion and a pinch of old Hollywood glamor to produce a bold collection of unique retro-style jewelry designs for modern times.
The collections capture the free flowing fun and artistic passions of The Barones Lovey De Luxe. She embodies glamor, fun and adventure. Her witty heart is balanced by her humorous itch for adventure.
The Barones Lovey De Luxe empowers women to create their life-style. She inspires by adding sweet retro-glamor to everyday wardrobes encouraging women to never forget how beautiful and unique they can feel.

Johnston Architects

100 NE Northlake Way, Suite 200

Artist: Machel Spence

"I majored in Zoology in college so not only do I have an artistic connection to my subjects but a point of view from biology as well which makes my work extra exciting to observe and capture through my lens. I am out in the woods on average about 3 hours a day 365 days a year searching for tiny bits of nature to photograph...it is my passion and it's where I love to be! The smell of the forest is the best smell in the world, the sounds and the complete zen feeling of the woods is a requirement to my daily life. My love for the woodland environment and coastal regions is reflected in every photograph I take, I want people to feel they are getting a view of the forest floor as they have never seen it before. I want people to love and to acquire a passion for the conservation of our magical forests and its wild inhabitants." 

evo Timesinfinity

3500 Stone Way N

Artist: Perfect Moments of Shred

Perfect Moments of Shred is a collection of photos by 15 of the world's most notable snowboard photographers coming together to raise money for the A-Rob Plant a Seed Project, a non profit set up by the mother of fallen pro snowboarder Aaron Robinson. P.A.S. Project is aimed at providing a creative outlet through snowboarding by removing the financial barriers for at risk youth and children from low income housing something Aaron was extremely passionate about while traveling the world.
Aside from 2 shows in Aaron's home state of Montana, this is the first time these photos have been available for purchase by the public and feature many iconic images that have been featured in snowboard ads, magazine covers and movie segments. The exhibit was put together by Aaron's good friend, professional photographer Jeff Hawe and features works by Jeff along with Jeff Curtis, Oli Gagnon, Chris Owen, Frode Sandbech, Scott Serfas, Chris Wellhausen, Scott Sullivan, Colin Wiseman, Reid Morth, Andy Wright, Mike Yoshida, Liam Gallagher, Matt Georges, Tim Zimmerman and Jenna Low.
100% of all photo sales go back to Plant a Seed Project. Prices range from $150-$300

HomeStreet Bank

3417 Evanston Ave North, Suite 101

Artist: Sean Hamilton
"Ok Matt, when you write the artist statement, just say that I'm like a super troubled soul in search of a muse or something,
And tell 'em how I grew up in Idaho and my senior class was seriously ten people. Say that I work out a ton and can bench press like tons more than you. Make sure it says I'm definitely into 'INDY' music or whatever, and use that word 'justapode' or 'jukxtapose' a couple times. Just make me sound strong and weak at the same time. Oo! Use that! Thanks!"


122 NW 36th Street

Artist: Pop Up Shop

We are honored to host the annual IIDA Puget Sound Campus Center Community Give-Back event on Friday, April 5th, 2013. This will be a Pop-Up Shop-style event at its space in Fremont from 5 to 8 p.m., during the Fremont First Friday Art Walk. All proceeds being donated to Urban ArtWorks.
Urban ArtWorks is a local non-profit organization that aims to empower young people through professional opportunities in the arts. The group has improved the lives of more than 5,000 youth since 1995 by providing subsidized employment, volunteer opportunities, and entrepreneurial experiences. Please visit their website at www.urbanartworks.org for more information.

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

Artist: Melissa Croseto & Lindsey Anzures


"New & original works of two friends & Seattle based artists Lindsey Anzures and MRSHMR showcasing their love of both fine & alternative art. Live music by Wes SP8 to accompany a live painting collaboration. Award winning artisan beer will be on tap."

Balance Studio
418 N 35th St


Hub and Bespoke

513 N. 36th St., Seattle WA 98103
Phone: 206.547.5730

 Artist: Shelley Engels

Photography by Shelly Engels is inspired by architecture and details. She enjoys capturing moments in time. Shelley does not set-up her shots, but snaps what her eye for structure and balance catches. The work is printed on a brushed aluminum surface with creates unique depth to each image. Best seen in person to understand.

ArtFX Gallery

420 N. 35th St.
Phone: 206.545.7459

Artist: Arturo Torres

Frame-Up Studios

3515 Fremont Ave. N
Phone: 206.547.4657

Artist: Timothy Barney

Timothy Barney's fascination with the fishing industry is documented in his remarkable photographs of boats, and tools of the trade. His photographs capture the essence of lives
sustained by a connection to the sea.

Portage Bay Goods

621 N. 35th St.
Phone: 206.547.5221

Artist: Cellar Door Mercantile


The phrase “Cellar Door” has been described by several linguists as one of the most beautiful in the English language. Despite it’s very pedestrian meaning, the phrase’s intrinsic beauty is a thing separate. The phrase connotes the importance of form before function. It is the inspiration behind all the work of Cellar Door Mercantile. 
Combined, Cellar Door Mercantile partners Adam Spencer and Justin Allan have over twenty-five years experience in design and art. They specialize in custom designed, hand-crafted soft goods (such as pillows or stuffed animals), apparel (tee-shirts, sweatshirts, and hats), and paper goods (stationary, posters, and artwork)
This collection is inspired by nature — flora and fauna real (and imagined), creatures that are not always what they seem, and patterns and textures of the environment. 

Bellefleur Lingerie

3504 Fremont Place N

Artist: Linda Kahle


More than just a wedding photographer, Linda Kahle captures every wedding and boudoir session she does as a story. Her work is thoughtful, detailed, and absoutely lovely in every sense of the word. Bellefleur is thrilled to have such a talented photographer as our featured artist for the month of March.

Fremont Jewelry Design

3510 Fremont Place N 
Phone: 206.547.5551

Artist: Andrew Young 


"Hidden Worlds" series of photos on canvas!  These beautiful pieces have you stop & look at the hidden things, an amazingly different place that we may otherwise never see.  Come with us on a bold adventure to another world!


600 N 36th St. Seattle


  2nd Floor - Angie Hinh 
  3rd Floor - Joya Marsh 
  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.

Joya Marsh

"The art I make is inspired by the need to recreate a moment, in an attempt to discover its honesty. Frequently this is not what I see, but what is felt and how people around me respond. It is a memory recreated, a story told and told again until the truth is revealed.
Observation Works is a print series that focuses on my search for symmetry in urban living, by breaking down elaborate scenes into basic design elements. I am Exploring the interaction of black and white, positive and negative space, and the relationships that emerge from within them.
A further development in these observations is to cut out aspects of each smaller print and reconstruct them to create new compositions that will layout the story of this place."

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/2nd Floor - Amy McCaleb
  3rd Floor - Hilary McMullen 
  4th Floor - Heidi Randall 
  5th Floor - Jaclyn Miller 

Amy McCaleb

Amy expresses impressions of outer experiences made onto her inner landscape using colors and lines that appear for her in the fleeting moment. By practicing presence through the act of painting, she hopes to tap into the realm that is universal, that place we can often point to but not easily get at, that speaks of prersonal truths without the need for words or cognitive understanding. One of her favorite inspirations is music, which easily and endlessly engages her in the place of presence. Many of the pieces in this show were painted while listening to live music.

Hilary McMullen 

Hello! I'm Hilary, a 26 year old commercial food/still life photographer born and raised among the grasses, streams and forests of the Pacific Northwest. I love all things quaint and classy and gravitate towards simplicity and softness. I enjoy creative collaboration, surprise inspiration and a good cheeseburger. Come and say hi, I would be delighted to chat with you!

Heidi Randall

My collages reflect my appreciation and passion for all flora and fauna, particularly birds. The distinctive shapes, colors and feather patterns of each species are emphasized with appliquéd wallpaper. Using templates, the individual pieces of contrasting patterns and colors are applied to hand-drawn forms on canvas, finished with an acrylic sealant.

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: Cherie by Brandy Houllahan

Every piece of jewelry is inspired and designed with the belief that anyone can be beloved, darling and precious "a cherie". Her hope is that her creations reflect that feeling to those who wear it.
Each sketch is then transformed into a thing of beauty utilizing her skills with soldering, fusing and casting.
Brandy started making jewelry in 2007 with the desire to create a business that would allow her to spend more time with her family and children from home, while doing what she loves. She participates in local markets and trunk shows around the greater puget sound. Please stop by for a visit and view her pieces.

Fremont Starbucks

3415 Fremont Avenue North
(206) 633-3706

Artist: Sara Lee

A native to Seattle, Sara Lee first fell in love with creating art
about six years ago, and acrylic on canvas is her favorite medium. She
graduated from Seattle Pacific University in 2010 with a major in
Theology and a minor in Studio Art.
Mostly, Sara Lee sees the world in terms of breath-giving views,
electrifying colors, eclectic shapes and intricate details which
inspire her to paint from memory as well as original photos from
places she has traveled to or lived in. All SLEE works are originals
and have been varnished. The more abstract, color-filled paintings,
she relates to, "painting her soul on canvas," so if you can resonate
with these, maybe you should become friends!

509 wines

1300 North Northlake Way

Remodeling, will be back in June!