~ August 2nd~


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

We're hosting a Chalk-A-Thon!


ArtFX Gallery

420 N. 35th St.
Phone: 206.545.7459

Artist Linh Nguyen

"For Granted"
Linh Nguyen uses scenes of nature to portray human experiences: the places in her paintings do not correspond to places on earth but rather places in her own life.  The cyclicality of growth and decay and the inescapability of change are ever-present in the landscapes and seasons that she paints and serve as reminders that both the best and the worst of our experiences are temporary.  Painting her way through this internal world, Linh looks to discover what her bonds truly are.

The Sweet Spot

3507 Evanston Ave North

Artist: FC Nelson
with music from
Scott Bell 
who will be performing live cello and loop-box compositions 
as The Arlenes

The Sweet Spot is excited to welcome artist, F.C. Nelson, to the studio. We’ve coveted our own special piece from him that has been hanging on our wall for some time now and are looking forward to sharing what else he’s been working on. F.C. has a full time ‘day job’, so he tells us that most of his painting happens at night in his garage where it’s cool. Because of this the paint tends to dry very slowly, which adds to the visual and visceral texture of his pieces:
“Most of these canvases have many layers of paint. They start simply enough, with big shapes in a basic color. Then there is overpainting with more specific forms. One thing leads to another. One bit of paint in one place inevitably requires another bit in another place, and so on. After a time, if it is going good, the painting itself seems to direct what to do next. After more time, if it’s going really good, the painting seems to get a presence of its own.  Then it’s done.”

Fremont Health Club

3601 Fremont Ave N

Artist: John Sandifer

John is a multifaceted person, having spent 42 years in the broadcast industry as anchor on KOMO TV and a news reporter for KING TV, with a 5 year stint at ABC New York. Retiring his microphone, he took the Executive Director position for AFTRA Seattle and after 13 years he decided to pursue other 
interests.Since retiring, he has devoted much time to his favorite things, golfing, writing and painting. He published his second book, “One Tough Ombre” last fall, and spent last summer on a painting excursion in Italy. Stationed in an old Monastery in a town called Terni, in Umbria, the group traveled daily to different cities sketching and painting pleinair. John has been described as a painter who has “great perspective”; he is quick, accurate and enjoys trying new techniques.

Atlas Clothing

3509 Fremont Ave. N Suite 200

Arica Schuett

with music from
Justin Timberline

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: Kyle Wilson

My art is a way for me to capture and sometimes escape to the water. Originally from northern California, I moved to Seattle 19 years ago and have been fortunate to explore some of the most pristine coastline here in the Northwest. I enjoy painting, illustration and silkscreen, and usually incorporate water and the surrounding landscape in my work.
My art is something that when I am in the moment I think of nothing else. I hope that when you see my paintings and illustrations you feel the sense of escape I do when I am producing it.
Thank you for looking.

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.

Fremont Jewelry Design

3510 Fremont Place N 
Phone: 206.547.5551

Artist: Jennifer Cepeda

Presenting Jennifer Cepeda!  Graphic designer & surface illustrator, Jennifer brings us lovely, modern watercolor paintings along with her sweet little "Mylemonpie" cards & gifts!

Artist: Rocks and Foundry

We are honored to have the debut TRUNK SHOW for the long awaited bronze rock & bead jewelry by Rocks and Foundry where the theme is "Always on Vacation"!  Think vacation, casual, blue jeans, your favorite shirt, leather sandals & just going with the groove...


600 N 36th St. Seattle


2nd Floor - Brendan McGarry
  3rd Floor - Linda McClamrock
  4th Floor - Molly Donovan

Brendan McGarry

Brendan McGarry is a natural history writer and photographer from Seattle, Washington.  After getting a degree in Biology from the Evergreen State College he decided to attempt to meld it with his other passions, visual art and writing.  His art explores the imaginary world where nature and people collide.  In all his work he intends to inspire people to take a second look at the world around them and be stewards of the natural world.  He writes and photographs for his blog, writes for various media outlets including the Capitol Hill Times and Birdnote.og, and shows his work in around Seattle and in the greater internet world.

Linda McClamrock

Linda McClamrock is a West Seattle resident, musician and artist.  She creates mixed media collages using recycled paper, acrylic paint, and a sense of humor.  She finishes these collages with second-hand frames, to further the notion of creating beauty from cast-off materials.  Linda works on the site and likes nothing better than to play with paper and glue in her free time.  

Molly Donovan


3417 Evanston Ave N Fremont


 1st Floor - Yuko Tanaka of Sazanka Design
Amy McCaleb of Amy's Artwork
1st & 2nd Floor - Brooke Westlund
  3rd Floor - Angie Hinh
  4th Floor - Twozdai A. Hulse
  5th Floor - Lenard Yen

 Yuko Tanaka

Yuko creates beautiful jewelry made of vintage kimono fabric. 

 Amy McCaleb

Painter and illustrator Amy McCaleb offers clothing and paper goods decorated with her art.

Brooke Westlund

On the painting's - "They are composed of many different moments of their own layered upon one another, there is a certain point where the painting seems finished but really it is just time to move onto a different stage in its life, in fact each painting continues to change each moment as more and more people experience it, it is ever evolving. It changes depending on where it is hung at the time and who walks by. Even if you see the painting in a bar for a second as you walk by you had a moment with it and so you and the painting each contributed to each others lives even in a tiny way. This process of being in the moment is how we should view our lives, not being attached to any one moment but just moving along. Not worrying about the future or the past."

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. 

Twozdai A. Hulse

The skyline series capture places and stories with a combination original painting and photographic transfers on canvas.  
Works highlight many of Seattle Iconic buildings, signs and scenes, as well as other iconic sights from around the world.
Each painting starts by setting the mood with the background color on canvas. Then they go through a photo transfer process which lends them a moody texture and gritty details behind the painting. Twozdai then hand-paints details, colors and more texture onto images. The pieces are a perfect example of Twozdai’s best skills—photography and painting. All images are available in multiple sizes and in a variety of background colors.

Lenard Yen

Lenard Yen is a painter living on Vashon Island, surrounded by inspiring vistas of Puget Sound, rollicking sounds of bluegrass and sumptuous organic farmland.  He has written for both voice and orchestra, been a neighborhood restaurateur and a 3-D computer animation instructor at the Art Institute of Seattle. His most recent show, "DETOUR", are diversions which invite the viewer into a surface of mixed motions of distinctive color ensembles, textures, and patterns falling through space.  Works from previous shows including "The Prepositions" and "Bromeliads and Beyond" will also be on display.

Sanachi Massage

3417 Evanston Ave N Fremont
Suite 319 3rd Floor

Reema Al-Zaben

Reema Al-Zaben is a fine art photographer who specializes in capturing the true beauty and strength of horses. She is based out of the Seattle area, but will travel anywhere in the world to hang out with horses and their people

Portage Bay Goods

621 N. 35th St.
Phone: 206.547.5221

Artist: Kelice Penney of Careful It Bites

Kelice, of Careful It Bites, has always been drawn to strange creatures of mythology and imagination. Currently she is making plush versions of her own take on yetis, cats with no legs, and really grumpy flowers. See her work at and also at Seattle's Pike Place Market where she peddles her plushy monstrosities.


122 NW 36th Street


This show will celebrate all of the micro-level decisions that make designs different. Combinations of materials, over unique structure, methods of making will be the driving forces when choosing pieces. 


Frame-Up Studios

3515 Fremont Ave. N
Phone: 206.547.4657

Artist: Amber Rothrock

Amber Rothrock strikes again! Frame Up is extending Amber's exhibit for another month. The unprecedented acclaim took us by surprise. Her frames are extraordinary art objects. Come see what one of America's most visionary artists has created.
This visionary artist has created one of kind frames, that are spectacular art objects. Amber has turned the framing world upside down with her trailblazing design aesthetic

GiGi Retro Inspired Clothing

3418 Fremont Ave N

Artist: Niki Tomasello 
of Braeburn Restoration


"I like junk. The more musty, the better. I used to remodel old homes, now I remodel old furntiure and decor. Those who are close to me, understand my need for bright colors (I bet I have brighter fingernail polish than you) and now, I have the chance to marry my two passions. 
For those who have unwanted or not-so-desirable furniture, I would be willing to take it off your hands or adopt and transform it to your liking.
Welcome to Braeburn Restoration. "

evo Timesinfinity

3500 Stone Way N

Artist : Sage Cattabriga-Alosa

Spending time in nature we are allowed to connect, relate, and experience the world in an open state. As we delve deeper and deeper into experiences in the natural environment, we expand our appreciation and understanding of what is important in life. These paintings reflect the connections between the physical and spirit world; thinning the veil of reality, sharing the subtleties of life, in full illumination. 

Johnston Architects

100 NE Northlake Way, Suite 200

Artist: John Armstrong

"Finding the Unexpected"

“I am the type of photographer who is happiest wandering around or traveling with a camera in hand.  I like to photograph provocative, ironic or humorous subjects and situations.  In addition, I often photograph images with text or words in them.  Anything that grabs my attention is fair game.
The photographs in this exhibit represent moments and objects from our lives that have been stopped and preserved - scenes we walk by every day and may not have really noticed.  As with all photographs, what has been excluded from each image is just as important as what has been included.  Taking ordinary objects and isolating them from their surroundings often gives them a greater significance and makes them more interesting.”

Bellefleur Lingerie

3504 Fremont Place N

Artist: Nora Pitaro

 Nora Pitaro is a photographer from Westchester County, New York, who currently resides in Seattle, Washington. She got her B.S in Photography from SUNY New Paltz and now focuses on making fine art photography, as well as working commercial freelance jobs. Nora's images focus on feminist themes and have an element of unexpected design that push the boundaries of color, shape, and composition. Her work appears timeless, sexual, graphic, or simply abstract, giving it multiple layers of both contextual and visual meaning. She questions women's roles in society through these abstract forms, exploring juxtaposing relationships, such as the ones between females and males or the human body and society's expectations of it. Nora raises these questions in order to create art that is both interesting and visually beautiful. Her work has been exhibited in galleries around New York State, and published in The New York Times, Consumer Reports Magazine, and The Epoch Times.

Balance Studio
418 N 35th St


Nilo lives and works in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil.  Originally a fisherman by profession, Nilo became interested in the visual arts when he was about 30 years old and began to take free art courses offered at the Museum de Artes Moderna in Salvador. Nilo began printmaking in 1993 and now relies on his art for his livelihood.  Nilo’s unique wood cut prints depict the African “Orixa’s” in the African-Brazilian tradition.  Nilo is knowledgeable about the Afro-Brazilian Orixás through his personal experience with African Brazilian dance.  All of his work is hand-designed and printed in his apartment/studio in Salvador. He is becoming well known for his art in Brazil and throughout the world due to his interaction with many Brazilians and foreigners who have grown to love his work.    

Balance Studio/Bahia In Motion is honored to have Nilo's sacred work displayed through June 2013.  We are looking forward to seeing him again in November on our return trip to Bahia.  

Fremont Starbucks

3415 Fremont Avenue North
(206) 633-3706

Artist: TBA