Airport Way S corridor between Lucile S and Bailey S; over 40 locations! Art, Live Music, Food and Spirits, Art Ride art bus (free)
This June, Georgetown Art Attack coincides with our annual Georgetown Carnival! After a day of Power Tool races, Art Bazaar, great bands, and amazing food from one of our fabulous restaurants, make sure to stick around for Art Attack. Fun and wonderful artist receptions will be held by our bounty of artist studios, galleries, and ateliers.
Jump aboard the FREE Art Ride to check out our west end locations such
as Equinox Studios and SANCA (see our map for Art Ride bus stops).
Images below beginning from top left going clockwise: Eli Wolff; Bettina Hansen, Brett Polonsky, Deborah Stachowic, Tim Cross, Mary Tudor and Ferell, Julie Luke, and Steven Miller School of Art student work.
Eight and Sand presents a solo exhibition that will feature a selection of works both
new and old from local painter Eli Wolff. Colorful pop art mash-ups and fun surreal
worlds from his bountiful imagination. Enter at the back of the Malt House at loading
dock C through the first door on the left.
Equinox Studios presents: Highway of Hijinks! including Splat-a-Paint, Cathedral of
Color Craziness, Bangers and Clangers, Sling Bang Bowling, Maniacal Mural Mayhem.
Georgetown Atelier: open studio
Georgetown Liquor Company presents a group show called “The Fine Art of Nicolas Cage”.
Le Objects for the Home: Come peruse Le Objects, named one of Home Accents
Today Magazine’s top 50 Retail Stars for 2014 by editors of the premier trade
publication for the home accents industry.
LxWxH Gallery Presents “Syzygy”. In this solo exhibition of new work in xerox and
laser transfers, Tim Cross explores composition, alignment, and storytelling. Cross’
series describes a fantastic and colorful science fiction landscape: ambiguous ship-like objects flying across an unfamiliar sky, chemical clouds and strange rock formations.
Machine House Brewery presents Varieté: Portraits of the Performers of the Moisture Festival by Seattle Times staff photographer Bettina Hansen. They feature intimate
black and white photographs of the acrobatic, comedic, burlesque and musical artists
that make the Moisture Festival special.
Mary Tudor and Ferrell, open studio. Mary Tudor art with timeless, iconic, images
verging on being meditative objects, and Ferrell, art with spacial and abstract imaging.
Music by Luscious Leopard Lips, the Georgetown atmospheric music DJ with a
Miller School of Art presents Students at The Miller School of Art Student Art Show,
a show with audience participation on a huge outdoor mural.
Runway Cafe The works of Phil Keane are original hand drawn, handcut, colored, and assembled 3D drawings inside shadow boxes w/ at least a 1/4″ of space between each
layer of buildings or landscape. The shadowboxes are recycled and refurbished to
reflect the urban character of the work.
Spectrum House Salon & Photography featuring the work of Julie Luke, who creates whimsical paintings that evoke her ideals of being boundless, and one with spirit. She
uses bold patterning, and intense contrast to express her distinct works of art.
The Mix: presenting abstract painter Brett Polonsky. Polonsky works with acrylics, copy paper and mixed media on canvas to produce bold and textured pieces. Revealing bits
and pieces of underpainting, he allows us to see hints of what lurks beneath each layer.
Waxing Impressions: Concepts in Art, featuring beeswax encaustic, acrylic, and
watercolor paintings; and paper, clay, and fused glass jewelry.
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