Put Spring in Your Step at March 14 Georgetown Art Attack

Georgetown Art Attack features an amazing array of contemporary, fine art and performances of local, national, and international artists at many galleries & studios throughout. The historic industrial arts district remains one of the last vestiges of pure art in all its mediums and art still matters.

Be sure to catch a ride on the free Art Van, which shuttles patrons to lively destinations such as Equinox Studio, studio e, and many other art destinations.




Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery  

Legendary Bay Area underground cartoonist and painter Guy Colwell presents a collection of wonderfully detailed miniature paintings.

Opening Saturday, March 14, 6:00 – 9:00 PM.

Exhibition on view through April 8.

All City Coffee 

Will be Showing a Dave Mazak , collectors show “Mazak was here”  – mixed work from our late friend, Dave Mazak.


Emily Gherard: We Have Always Been Broken. March 14 6-9pm                                   

We Have Always Been Broken features a selection of recent plaster works. These works were made by pouring wet plaster into molds constructed of intaglio printing plates. The result is a contradictory form that has the delicate rich marks of an intaglio print but the weight and solidity of a plaster block. These large wall sculptures are made up of multiple individually printed blocks that assemble to form larger structures. The boat-like piece Precious and Vulnerable is made out of 30 shaped printed plaster blocks with an embedded cedar wood structure that stains the plaster. The result is a form that slopes downward, sinking into the ground. A feeling of instability is created by its off-balance composition and top-heavy form.

Palace Theater & Art Bar

Four Queens – Walk Into a Bar…

Prepare to be Amazed, Dazzled, and Bewildered. The Glamazons of Georgetown are back with a NEW show (formerly known as the Dames of Drag). Come, experience the Georgetown Art Attack Saturday evening, grab some dinner and Join us for drinks and a show. You’re sure to have a fabulous time! Happy Hour starts at 4pm – Show starts at 8pm

Georgetown Trailer Park Mall

Sex!? Booze!? Drugs!? For March Art Attack, Le Petite Theater in the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall will be featuring a selection of 16mm educational films ranging from the 1950’s to the 1980’s -in SCARED STRAIGHT VOL I! British time travelers try to determine why people smoked tobacco in the 1970’s !? Don’t smoke PCP! Should you be thinking about your drinking? Is Engagement right for our couple from the 1960’s? Or would Going Steady like our 1950’s couple is work better? Either way, Pregnancy Prevention Options may be in their future…! Free Popcorn!

Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center

See work by resident artists Braden SherbonDave ClayDan MahonAngielena ChamberlainMartijn Casper Swart and Celeste Paloonesies. Open studios may vary.

5809 Airport Way S

Illumination Studio #305

Established in 1991 as the Mary Tudor art studio, we are one of only two Art studios left in our building. We bring you the most brilliant display of color in abstract form. We present a working studio and presentation space in Art Attack with Dari StolzoffFerrell, Ramona Bell, and Badieh Bryant. Abstract art has the ability to evoke emotion with its arrangement of shapes and use of color values and intensity. We offer our style of abstract with warm, vibrant use of color sure to please all. Also don’t miss Luscious Leopard Lips, our talented D.J. with a Theremin, playing atmospheric music in the background. Always changing images, we’ll see you there.

Side Rail Collective 

Presents a multimedia show celebrating spring. We’re done with the gray days of winter and ready to celebrate new growth with color, fiber, and light. This dynamic group show will feature alcohol ink and resin work by Brigitte Halpin, woven nests by Adele Eustis, light pieces by Shawn Nichol of Fable Night Lamps, quilts by Shawn Nichol  of Sew Katie Did, and live music. Also, live fiber arts demos by Allison Harding of Fleebers Farm and an interactive community weaving project open to all.

5511 1/2 Airport Way South (above Stellar Pizza)



Fogue Studios & Gallery 

“The Visual and The Verse”

An exhibit of the first collaboration between Seattle artist Scott Gibson and Tacoma poet Greg Nelson . On view are 15 paired paintings and poems that explore the life experiences of these lifelong friends. Both of their works are deeply emotional and explore and expand on the meaning in the events of their lives. Reception: Saturday, March 14, 6-9 PM. Through April 30.

studio e

Unsettled Waters: Heather Wilcoxon

March 5 – April 4

Opening reception Saturday, March 14, 6-9pm

A sense of quest imbues Wilcoxon’s abstract works. Her mixed media pieces confront the viewer with seemingly recognizable objects made of thick lines in abstract color fields. Interactions among these elements take us on an exciting voyage to explore the inner workings of perception, beyond what seems apparent at first sight.

Georgetown Liquor Company

This month the Georgetown Liquor Co is featuring “Whiskers & Chills” – cat & pop culture themed water colors by Braden Duncan.

Gage Academy

Gage Georgetown invites you to visit their studios and check out the incredible artwork that the students of the Georgetown, Trowbridge, Flack Ateliers and Atelier primer students have been working on. Whether you like imaginative realism, modernist paintings, or beautiful drawings, you’ll find something that catches your eye at one of the Gage Ateliers in Georgetown at Equinox Studios.

Equinox Studios 

A growing arts community in sunny West Georgetown, home to over 100 artists working in an inspiring array of mediums, including dance, blacksmithing, welding, woodworking, cycle fabrication, sculpture, painting, film, glass and art performances monthly .

Monstrous Georgetown Art Attack on October 8!


octartattackposter2016-copyEnjoy a beautiful art filled autumn evening in Georgetown with critically acclaimed cultural exhibits, stellar artists, makers and musicians in Seattle’s oldest neighborhood. Industrial, contemporary visual and performing arts, music and activities throughout the historic business district.

Walking? Be sure to hop on the FREE Art Ride to experience our west end studios and galleries such as Equinox Studios, studio e and SANCA. Running every 15 minutes in a full circle so you don’t miss a thing!




Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery welcomes back Seattle native Charles Burns, one of the founders of the alternative comix movement, to discuss his masterpiece Black Hole and other seminal works as part of Fantagraphics 40th anniversary festivities. The critically acclaimed exhibition R. Crumb: Early Works, 1965 – 1967 remains on view. November 2, 2016.


All City Coffee exhibit Friends | Artists | Heroes, the photography of Lisa Scott Owen is continuing thru October. An inspiring portrayal of surfers, skateboarders and other artists in motion, bringing light to their their stories thru photography.


Rainier Glass Studio invites you to become part of the glass art experience! Browse their gallery of NW artists unique blown glass art, watch the live demonstrations and be inspired to reserve a spot blow your own seasonal piece! Open for Art Attack, 6-9 PM.


Bridge Productions and guest curator Tracy Rector will present a gathering of contemporary work by Indigenous artists begun with her landmark show this past January, YOU ARE ON INDIGENOUS LAND, an exhibition reminding us of where we stand and the importance of truth, place, and identity. Featured artists include Lauren Monroe Jr, Raven Julia Juarez, Nahaan, and Steven Paul Judd. Opening reception, October 5, 6-9 PM. Also open for Georgetown Art Attack.


The Hammie Salon celebrate their 1 year anniversary with the magical work of Abbe Johannes. Using her face and body as canvas, Johannes creates characters and stories, then photographs the result to share with her audience.  Her creations are mesmerizing and will draw you in, as you experience the flawless merging of reality and imagination. With October leading to Day of the Dead celebrations around the world, stop in to be inspired by Abbe’s amazing talent. Opening festivities begin at 5pm, October 8.


Krab Jab Studios  presents Gods of the Wyld: Allen Williams, with Forest Rogers, Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, and the Schiflett Brothers. Illustrator Williams is known for his fluid, dark and mysterious drawings, and in this show he releases the lesser known gods of a forgotten past. Supporting this show is new work by sculptors Forest Rogers, the studio Schiflett Brothers, and watercolorist Stephanie Pui-Mun Law. Opening October 8, 6-9 PM.


Eight and Sand hosts The Tarot Show featuring 78 tarot Carnival. It’s time for the annual Tarot show! This year will feature several artists from the 78 Tarot Carnival deck as well as many local and national artists who will show their own interpretation of their chosen card. There will be decks available and possibly a tarot reader.


Georgetown Trailer Park Mall a unique and lively collection of trailers selling hand crafted jewelry, art and vintage goods. Open late for Art Attack, the fun never ends!


Status Ceramics invites you to visit their studio! Open for the first time to the public during the Art Attack, with hand-makes one of a kind ceramic tile designed by local Seattle artists.  Their tile is hand pressed and glazed to order in their Georgetown studio and they are excited to share what they do. Stop by for unique gift tiles, insight into their tile making process, or just to say hi.  Open from 6-9 during the Georgetown Art Attack.


studio e exhibit GLUE a group collage show, with works of Brian Cypher, Warren Dykeman, Damien Hoar de Galvan, John Rizzotto, Curtis Steiner, Gillian Theobald and Heather Wilcoxon continues thru October.

Equinox Studios is an arts community in West Georgetown, home to over 100 artists working in an inspiring array of mediums, including dance, blacksmithing, welding, woodworking, cycle fabrication, sculpture, painting, film, glass and art performances monthly.