The leaves may start to turn, the kids are in school, but for Georgetown, the summer party is still going strong. This month’s art walk features our infamous brews, grub and art, with our signature carnival atmosphere that never fails to please.
Jump aboard the free Art Ride to check out our west end locations such as The Equinox, Georgetown CoCA and SANCA (see our map for Art Ride bus stops).
Among the Arts & Entertainment Highlights:
All City Coffee features “Material/Memory” by sculptor Michael Harrison.
Calamity Jane’s presents colorful graphic portraiture by Brandon Shea accompanied by a diversity of abstract paintings and mixed medias by Mike Capp.
Equinox Studios is in full force, featuring the open studios of:
Alair Wells keeping it hot and teaching you how to forge flowers out of steel and fire .
John Kirchenbaum working on his sculpturally designed wonderful wooden works of chair-ness .
Michelle Smith Lewis Photography showing her Cyanotype Installation .
M. Anne Sweet will be printing history for the Muckleshoot Casino, see how time flies.
Betty Jo Costanzo immersing you in her painted world with her Lake Chelan series.
Syd Shera doing her Madam Zabonga Crystal Ball Act, which you may only be able to see if you are pure of heart .
Stacy Rosevear wowing you with incredible painting and sculpture and a great picture on her door .
Roy Wonder full of stuff he will be making at the end of the hall. See it happen before your eyes!
Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery presents “Willard Mullin’s Golden Age of Baseball: Drawings 1934 – 1972”.
Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center hosts “Red”, a collaborative group show of local deaf artists curated by Ami Pease
Georgetown CoCA presents “CoCA Collision: Past, Present & Future Members Show”, featuring 147 artists from around the country
The Georgetown Liquor Company Scott Falbo presents “The Carnival of Wizardry: Talisman’s by Three”, whimsical pop-surreal drawings and paintings.
The Georgetown Trailer Park Mall hosts “So Long Summer” Live Music Show ~ featuring the cosmic country sounds of Evening Bell, folk rock duo Lo-Liner & Mike Giacolino of Ole Tinder! Trailer Park Vintage and Artisan Market ~ curated by Sire Vintage, Frida Gallery, Make Believe, Beaver’s Den, Clocharde Shop, Tic Tac Vintage and special guest Pop-up Shop! Enjoy the live music, refreshing libations & late summer sunset on the Star Brass Lounge deck!
Kassie Keith Pop-Up presents a collaboration with April Pride, maker of “The Dress”.
Krab Jab Studio presents “Building on a Golden Age: Contemporary Work” featuring illustrations from Donato Giancola, Echo Chernik, Terese Nielsen, Tom Kidd, Michael Hague, Socar Myles, Gary Lippincott, Yoann Lossel, and Tony DiTerlizzi.
Le Objects for the Home will be toasting its 2 year anniversary! Come celebrate!
LxWxH Gallery presents sculptor Jennifer McNeely in “Into the Deep”
Machine House Brewery presents the video and photography of Ryan Mortensen.
Mary Tudor & Ferrell features Mary Tudor art with timeless, iconic, images verging on being meditative objects and Ferrell with spacial and abstract paintings. Music by Luscious Leopard Lips, the Georgetown atmospheric music DJ with a Theremin synthesizer
Nautilus Studio will be showing new work by Jethaniel Peterka and Kyle Abernethy.
NUPASA features a one-day trunk show of the Three Amigas Jewelry from Mexico.
Robin’s Nest Garden Collectibles & Flea Market is hosting an artist reception of painter Ruth Moen.
Revolver Vintage features a wall of art from various points in time and space
The Roving Gallery has its grand reopening in its new space! Karaoke and cake! Extended hours of 3 – 9 pm
SANCA School of Flight has joined Art Attack via the Art Ride bus! Flying trapeze demonstrations by SANCA Flyers and Pay-per-Flight opportunities to fly for Art Attack patrons! Journalists and Press ride free (show your credentials)!
Spectrum House Salon & Photography features a conceptual exploration of photographic images that will be sure to tell you stories, blow your mind, and suck you into a world full of life…one frame at a time.
Via Tribunali presents the work of sculptor Greg Bartol.
Waxing Impressions features an open studio – learn about the process of encaustic painting!