Georgetown Art Attack Marches to a Different Drummer

Georgetown’s Monthly Art Walk a Sensory Delight, March 10th

Seattle, WA, February 27, 2012:  As Georgetown looks towards the upcoming Spring months, the local merchants and artists are celebrating the artistic and musical diversity of Seattle’s most eclectic neighborhood. Exciting sights and sounds await the visitor as the neighborhood gears up for the March 24th Georgetown Music March event.

Among the Highlights:

All City Coffee has bright, playful and metaphorical paintings by local artist Jesse Link.

American Pie is hosting “Instrumental” with plenty of different artists in all kinds of media: on board is Mickey Williams, Brian Snoddy, Tamara Clammer, Robert Hanna, Don Farrel, Julie Baroh, James C Bassett, Levi Hastings, Zeb Shaffer, Robert Lane, Yvette Endrijautzki, Larkin, Dave Ryan, Kree Arvanitas, Elizabeth Beronich Sheets, Charlie Bowlen and many more.

Calamity Jane’s is featuring the work of Eric Edwards.

A Dog’s Dream have abstracts by Nan Gross and block prints by Ellen Moffit. 

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery mounts a retrospective of prescient Seattle publisher Real Comet Press featuring art, graphics and book works by Lynda Barry, Art Chantry, Ruth Hayes, Michael Dougan, and more.

The Firm presents “Don’t You Forget About Me” by artist Erin Shafkind, running concurrently with the 46th Annual Conference of the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts.

Equinox Studios has the following studios open: Melinda Hannigan, painter,  #209; Alair Wells, Tinder Heart Metals and Design, #106; Stacy Rosevear, painter, #308; The Blacksmith shop and The Iron Monkeys, #110; John Kirschenbaum, fine furniture, #212; Firelight Forge’s  Andy will be doing large hand forgings including hammer heads, #101; Iron Idiom, Steve and Sherry, #303; Studio SixEight, M. Anne Sweet, #310; Dan Morgan, Carpenter, #102; faceOdd wearable art masks, Tamara Clammer,  #305… and more!

FruitCocktail features vintage Northwest Art

Full Throttle Bottles will be showcasing handmade beer tab purses to show your true love of beer! We also will continue to showcase handmade Wine Charms by Erika and the art of Sam Hamrick (gift cards and prints).

Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center hosts a 13 artist group show, “Gypsy Caravan”, with the theme of traveling.

Georgetown Atelier hosts Draw Attack!, a life drawing session with a costumed warrior and musical accompaniment by Jordan Corbin Wentworth of Watershed Opera. Student art on display.

Georgetown Trailer Park Mall and Frida  Ides of March Party!  Featuring Clyde & Sons Salvage Grande Opening, Outdoor Cinema and Loads of New Locally Made Goods!

Krab Jab Studio presents a 3D experience “Color Studies in the Third Dimension” with artist Ray Pelley. Also on hand are artists Milo Duke, Mark Tedin, Julie Baroh and Kyle Abernethy.

Mary Tudor and Ferrell are displaying abstract oil in the elemental and atmospheric style. DJ Luscious Leopard Lips guest stars on the Theremin.

The Nautilus Studio will be showing surreal collages by MelanieReed and mixed media art by Eric Edwards

NUPASA will be displaying the finished graphic novel by Tim Basaraba.

Roving Gallery will be presenting watercolors by Woodinville artist Amanda Schuster.

Seattle Sculpture Atelier will be hosting an open house

Vecta Photo will be showing recent photographic work by Vecta proprietors Tony Blazejack and Richard Walker.

Waxing Impressions has an open studio with encaustic and watercolor painting and clay jewelry by Deborah Stachowic.

If you’d like more information about Art Attack, or to schedule an interview with Julie Baroh or the participants of Art Attack, please call 206/715-8593 or e-mail Julie at

Georgetown Art Attack is brought to you by the Georgetown Merchants Association
Graphic Design by Tim Silbaugh