Georgetown Second Saturday Art Attack September 14

Join us on Saturday, September 14 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM for the Georgetown Art Attack featuring an amazing array of accomplished local, national, and international artists. Catch a ride on the free Art Van, which shuttles patrons to lively destinations throughout the historic Georgetown arts community.

Arrive early for the inaugural Georgetown Beer Festival from noon to 5:00 PM, which celebrates the abundance of craft brewers in Seattle’s south end. As the ancestral home of Rainier Beer – once the 6 th largest brewery in the country – Georgetown is our region’s original brewing district. The diverse offerings available at this event continue that tradition. This festival, at the colorful Georgetown Trailer Park Mall, features a diverse selection of boutique beer from Counterbalance Brewing, Elysian Brewing, Flying Lion Brewing, Future Primitive Brewing, Georgetown Brewing, Ghostfish Brewing, Jellyfish Brewing, Lowercase Brewing, Machine House Brewing, Perihelion Brewery, Seapine Brewing, and Tin Dog Brewing. Tickets redeemable for beverages are available on site ($3 each or 10 for $25). The festival is restricted to ages 21 and over with valid ID. Patrons are encouraged to make an evening of it with a meal at one of our many fine dining establishments followed by the entertaining Georgetown Art Attack.

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery 

Fantagraphics Bookstore hosts the conclusion of the 3-day Kathy Acker in Seattle Symposium with an exhibition of works by Alice Wheeler, Louie RaffloerCharles Peterson, Megan Kelso, Ashleigh Talbot, and Cam Garrett with readings by Stacey Levine (live), Kathleen Hanna (via video). The late Kathy Acker’s residencies in Seattle in 1980 and 1989 were brief but important to the development of this influential author. While residing in Seattle’s Belltown arts community in 1980 she was completing work on her signature novel, Blood and Guts in High School, and beginning to write Great Expectations, which includes passages about her experiences here. She returned in 1989 for a residency sponsored by Seattle’s Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), which inspired and gave momentum to the Riot Grrrl feminist movement.

All City Coffee

Artist Hans Mayla, Artist/Flight Test Engineer will be showing a body of his aviation paintings and other works September through October. Hans Mayta currently lives and works between Seattle, WA and San José, CR. With a background in aerospace engineering and 6+ years experience in flight testing, he uses these and his surrounding environment as inspiration for his artwork. A unique perspective of the immediate world and the physics of it makes it interesting to all. Mixed mediums .

Johansson Art Gallery 

“Yearly painting blowout, every painting no matter what size! Only $200.00” Thousands of dollars in savings! Doors open at 5:00.Pride In Georgetown. Bold, colorful abstracts. 6007 12th Ave South above Via Tribunali. Call for a viewing 206-850-3045

HOUSEWRIGHT

An exhibition celebrating the legendary work from the Northwest School. This representation of works by Glen AlpsPeter CamffermanPaul HoriuchiYvonne Twining HumberMark Tobey, and more, spanning both pre and post-war decades, invokes the dense, mystical wilderness that define the Northwest landscape. Bringing together paintings, drawings, prints and ceramics from significant figures of the movement that highlights our region’s stance on cubism, surrealism, and 20th century abstraction at large.

The Hamilton Building

A working space that opens its doors for Art Attack from 6-9 pm each month.  Artist studios & curated exhibitions will be open upstairs at 6007 12th Ave S.

Artists involved: Beth FishmanMelissa JeterAlbrechtDavid JohanssonBridget O’Brien Smith, and Markel Uriu.

Jellyfish Brewing Company

Bruno B. Art Collectif presents Claudio Duran at Jellyfish Brewing in Georgetown, opening Sept 14th during Georgetown Art Attack and running for one month. Claudio Duran was born in Chihuahua, Mexico and raised in Texas. A Seattle resident since 2000, Claudio’s artwork is inspired by unexpected color combinations, machinery, nature and wildlife, anime, rust and decay, surrealism, fantasy, junkyards, and many other Pacific Northwest artists. His medium of choice is acrylic on wood panel. facebook.com/claudioduran16

Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center

Artist and educator Toni Brooks White will be showing her encaustic collages of multi-layered compilations of imagery, text and song lyrics that come together in a sumptuous medium.

The Palace Theater and Art Bar

Drag and the City! Attracting lovers of drag shows from near and far. Music begins at 7pm with DJ Eric and the show starts at 8pm with a brief intermission.This hit show is back for the latest installment! Drag and the City stars Tru Saint JamesDonnatella HoweKara SutraMiss Fraya LoveMiss Gay Washington, and Dutchess Drew Nightshade. All performers offer different generational views and interpretations of the art of drag including some LIVE singing and comedy. This event is 21+ with Valid ID only.

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Illumination Studio# 305 

Summer of Color . Established in 1991 as the Mary Tudor art studio, she retired and we continue in her direction. We bring you the most brilliant display of color in abstract form. Standing alone, we present a working studio and presentation space in Art Attack with Dari StolzoffFerrell, Ramona Bell, and Badieh Bryant showing images in abstraction on paper, wood and canvas. 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.

Paper Press Punch

Is pleased to present the work of our 2019 Master Roll Resident, Elaine Lin. She spent the summer with us in our Risograph print shop and will present a new body of work (a comic and series of prints) on Saturday September 14th for the Georgetown Art Attack. I Still Love You Los Angeles, Volume 1 details the anxiety and weird cultural oddities of moving from Seattle to LA for three months. It’s a collection of vignettes that show the loneliness of moving to a new city alone, and being swept up into work that sucks you dry, while struggling with leaving your old life behind for a new life that seems worse.

Fogue Studios & Gallery

Karen Mason Blair’ s rarely seen and highly collectible photos of Seattle’s music icons before they got famous. Exclusive NIRVANA, SOUNDGARDEN, PEARL JAM, & ALICE IN CHAINS photos for purchase. Listen to Seattle DJ, Bill Reid archived interviews with NIRVANA, CHRIS CORNELL, COURTNEY LOVE & more! DJ Marco Collins shares his one-of-a-kind 90’s memorabilia collection.

studio e

The Eyes Have It : an international group show orchestrated by Tim Kerr of the 80’s hardcore band The Big Boys and Seattle’s own Monkeywrench.

The Shed

Malakinsi is an immersive installation work created by Seattle-based artists, Ryan Hatfield and Ana Puzycki. Together their joint installation and movement disciplines aim to explore individualized moments, nuances and peripheries within a complex environment. Malakinsi will be open on September 14 from 6-9pm, with performances happening at 7:00, 7:30, and 8:00 pm. All are invited to join for as much or as little of the evening as desired.  6631 Ellis Ave S, entrance from alley off of Warsaw ONLY

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.

Massive Georgetown Art Attack March 9

 

Join us on March 9 as we begin the 11th year of the Georgetown Second Saturday Art Attack.  The FREE and family friendly Art Ride Bus tours the art destinations, including the west end locations such as studio e, the Shed Gallery and Equinox Studios, with pick locations throughout Georgetown, enabling your inner art lover to experience it all.

 

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery   Patrick Moriarity presents Deep Artwork , an exhibition of paintings, prints, and drawings from his new collection of 3D art, with special guest Dame Darcy reading from her recent memoir Hi Jax & Hi Jinx .  )pens Saturday, March 9 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.

All City Coffee  presents Happening. Happening is a collection of information about arts-focused community projects coming to Georgetown in 2019 meant to inform the public about these projects and invite participation and feedback. Don’t forget to pin the map with places you find arts & culture! Brought to you by The Georgetown Super 8 Film Festival, Mini Mart City Park, and The Georgetown Arts District Committee.

Johansson Art Gallery  Come see the New Series in RED . Gorgeous hues of rich deep red pigmented paintings line the main wall of the gallery. Expressive, colorful and bold works of art featuring abstract Seattle city scenes, and landscapes. New paintings added to the walls weekly. We look forward to meeting new friends, and sharing the love in the Georgetown community.

Rainier Glass Studio  Become part of the glass art experience, browse the gallery of NW artists unique blown glass art and stay for live demonstrations at 7pm during Art Attack.

Prairie Underground   presents Nancy Jones . This series of watercolors references our human need for meaning using configured codes both familiar and new, creating complex moods with dialects of representational scenes with overlaid motifs and auratic light. The logos, more arbitrary and simplified appear to be the connecting narrative between the figures, detached and distant, allowing a space for reflection, while auratic light works with semblance.

Jellyfish Brewing is showing new works of Elliot Howell . Elliot Howell’s work is divided into two main styles. One is brightly colored with a strong retro-disco-cosmic influence. The other is soft sketches of comic inspired models. Mediums include watercolor and black ink on watercolor paper.

Georgetown Music  Join us for Acoustic Armageddon #50 during Georgetown’s Art Attack featuring Bud WeatherPatrick GalacticWes Sp8 and TBASA . Our long running acoustic performance is always free and all ages. Adult beverages available with ID.

HOUSEWRIGHT  is a gallery and showroom with artifacts, art, furniture, lighting and textiles. Established by designer Tim Pfeiffer and architect Steve Hoedemaker as an extension of the duo’s desire to share a range well designed pieces for the home ranging from new production, found objects from around the globe, treasured antiques, and pieces sourced from workshops and artists. Featuring the work of Kim Van SomerenSue DanielsonEmily Gherard, in partnership with Bridge Productions alongside artists, Alfred HarrisJill Young RosenastAlex Marshall, and Nancy Fargo.

Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center  presents ” When you let the light in” a solo show of new oil painting and mixed media by Angielena Chamberlain. These new works focus on navigating the process of reckless and complicated love. Sometimes healing is laughter, sometimes tears and often times misunderstood by those around us.  This is a playful look at how the artist decided to let healing happen in her own life. Open studios also include The Scarlet Crow is the business name of Karen , a gifted medium, and communicator of the Spirit Realm.  Karen specializes in Bone Casting. This can give clarity to what is happening in your life, and help determine if you are on your right path. Karen has a sarcastic wit, and is Not your mama’s medium.

The Palace Theater and Art Bar  Where local artists sell their art. Featuring artist Chris Schanz this month. You would need to travel out into the nightlife of Seattle to see Seattle photographer Chris Schanz in action, crawling on the floor through broken glass and rhinestones alike to photograph your favorite drag performance. Perhaps you’ve seen him patrolling junkyards of central Washington State looking for that perfect rusted hulk. Maybe that was him crouched down at the front of the mosh pit trying to get that ONE photo of the guitarist making “that face”. Here is your opportunity to see his new collection of “Altered States” in small format mixed media, as well as a few selections from previous exhibits in person! Landscapes, drag queens and rock stars, oh my!

Mainframe  Mainframe Moving Sale! Krab Jab Studio and Mainframe thank Georgetown for 10 wonderful years! March is our last month here, and we will be hosting a moving sale: art, prints, cards, books and photos will be discounted, including framed drawings by illustrator Bud Cook.

Illumination Studio# 305   Color Intersects with Color . If you absolutely love color in all It’s form and glory then come into the studio that has the warmest, most brilliant display of color in abstract form. We have the collection of the most color of all the stops in Art Attack with Dari StolzoffFerrellRamona Bell, and Badieh Bryant showing images in geometric, organic, and spacial images on paper, wood and canvas. Also don’t miss Luscious Leopard Lips, our talented D.J. with a Theremin, playing atmospheric music in the background. Come in and warm yourself without the fire.

BOPBOX presents the works of artist Melissa Llamas.  Her series of paintings is comprised of Abstractive Layers-Landscapes and Seascapes, using different mediums of watercolor, acrylic, gouache and pencil. Each painting captures the emotion in abstract expression.    “With every subsequent painting there is continuous growth and inspiration for me.” Come and check it out at the BOPBOX, new to Georgetown featuring made from scratch Asian fusion cuisine!

Elysian Brewing Tap Room is hosting Ink , an artist hailing from Maine. Her career began with painting graffiti on walls, under bridges, and on abandoned buildings. Through her love of hip hop, her creative mind erupted and inspired her to follow her true calling. Ink captures environmental dilemmas, beauty, humor, everyday life, and emotions to help people see life from her perspective.

Fogue Studios & Gallery  Live Music! Featuring  Fougue Studios musician Andrew Sherbrook‘s acoustic guitar flow music. Tom Gormally‘s immersive sculpture exhibition, Fox in the Hen House . “Fox News has done more to divide this country than anybody in the last 50 years. That and talk radio,” -Tom Gormally. Don’t miss this installation before it goes to the Blanden Memorial Art Museum in Fort Dodge Iowa. Now thru March 31st.

studio e   Solids and Voids , an exploration of boundaries. Sallayann Corn and Joe Kent with Gabriel Stromberg. February 21 – March 30, 2019

Often constrained by the rational limitations of production, this new collection of works explores a need for unabashed creative freedom. Neither objects, nor architecture while still referencing both in scale, vernacular and materiality. Designed to engage the audience in a conversation between the familiar and unfamiliar. These tactile experiments aim to give form to the unknown, clear reservoirs, and celebrate creating without boundaries.              

Equinox Studios   is 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.

Counterbalance Brewing presents mixed a media show by Rory Cooper. Exhibit runs through April 30.

The Romantic Georgetown Art Attack 11th Anniversary

 

Fall in love with art with Georgetown Art Attack celebrating its 11th anniversary on Saturday, February 9 in Seattle’s romantic Georgetown industrial arts corridor.

The FREE and family friendly Art Ride Bus tours the art destinations, including the west end locations such as studio e, and Equinox Studios, with pick locations thru out Georgetown, enabling your inner art lover to experience it all.

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS:

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery   Jack Kamen‘s classic stories in comics like Tales From the Crypt, Weird Science, Haunt of Fear, and Weird Fantasy left a lasting impression on mid-century American youth. They sold in the millions, but were vilified by preachers and politicians, who claimed these comic books were the cause of juvenile delinquency and crime, leading to their ultimate demise. Kamen’s legacy has been preserved in the EC Artists’ Library from Fantagraphics Books. An exhibition of Kamen’s comics hosted by series editor J. Michael Catron opens Saturday, February 9 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM.

All City Coffee  presents Happening . Happening is a collection of information about arts-focused community projects coming to Georgetown in 2019 meant to inform the public about these projects and invite participation and feedback. Don’t forget to pin the map with places you find arts & culture! Brought to you by The Georgetown Super 8 Film Festival, Mini Mart City Park, and The Georgetown Arts District Committee.

Johansson Art Gallery is a working studio featuring paintings, hats and sculptures by David Johansson. Formerly the Art Cave venue on Capitol Hill, now located above Via Tribunali, across from The Alice Gallery at 6007 12th Ave South. We will occasionally feature guest artists throughout the year. Expressive, colorful and bold works of art featuring abstract Seattle city scenes, and landscapes. New paintings added to the walls weekly. We look forward to meeting new friends, and love the Georgetown community.

Rainier Glass Studio  Become part of the glass art experience, browse the gallery of NW artists unique blown glass art and stay for live demonstrations at 7pm during Art Attack.

Seattle Freeze along with Curator/Resident Artist Hoa Hong present the works of Madeline Owen and Danthanh Trinh. Live music provided by Dayana Capulong and Amy Lp. New to Georgetown and having just opened in the late Spring of 2018, Seattle Freeze is excited to join in on February 2019 Georgetown Art Attack! 6-9pm / Free Event / Family Friendly.

Full Throttle Bottles presents Isaac Quigley a Seattle artist who uses paint and abstraction to represent science and biology.  Come by Full Throttle Bottles for a beer or taste some wine provided by Petit Monde Wine Merchant, and we can discuss things like cavitation, imploding bubbles underwater, and whether the mantis shrimp or the pistol shrimp would win in a fight.

Georgetown Music  Join us for Acoustic Armageddon #50 during Georgetown’s Art Attack featuring Bud WeatherPatrick GalacticWes Sp8 and TBASA. Our long running acoustic performance is always free and all ages. Adult beverages available with ID.

HOUSEWRIGHT  is a gallery and showroom with artifacts, art, furniture, lighting and textiles. Established by designer Tim Pfeiffer and architect Steve Hoedemaker as an extension of the duo’s desire to share a range well designed pieces for the home ranging from new production, found objects from around the globe, treasured antiques, and pieces sourced from workshops and artists. Featuring the work of Kim Van SomerenSue DanielsonEmily Gherard, in partnership with Bridge Productions alongside artists, Alfred HarrisJill Young RosenastAlex Marshall, and Nancy Fargo.

Georgetown Arts and Cultural Center  presents ” When you let the light in” a solo show of new oil painting and mixed media by Angielena Chamberlain. These new works focus on navigating the process of reckless and complicated love. Sometimes healing is laughter, sometimes tears and often times misunderstood by those around us.  This is a playful look at how the artist decided to let healing happen in her own life.

Mainframe  Featuring drawings on display by illustrators Socar Myles and Bud Cook , and rock photography by Paul Hernandez , Georgetown’s neighborhood frame shop Mainframe will be open during Art Attack. Come check out the art as well as frame options for your new art purchases! New customers receive $25 off their first custom frame (valued at $100 or more).

Illumination Studio# 305   Color Intersects with Color . If you absolutely love color in all It’s form and glory then come into the studio that has the warmest, most brilliant display of color in abstract form. We have the collection of the most color of all the stops in Art Attack with Dari StolzoffFerrell, Ramona Bell, and Badieh Bryant showing images in geometric, organic, and spacial images on paper, wood and canvas. Also don’t miss Luscious Leopard Lips , our talented D.J. with a Theremin, playing atmospheric music in the background. Come in and warm yourself without the fire.

Fogue Studios & Gallery   Solo exhibition featuring Fox in the Hen House, sculptures by Tom Gormally “Over the past two years, I have created a series of sculptures, as I process the bizarre and disturbing stories that are a part of world news today”.- Tom Gormally. In Gormally’s Fox series, he approaches ongoing political and cultural turmoil how he imagines a shaman would deal with these disturbances; by creating effigies to dispel the negative influence affecting our culture.

studio e   Green Fuse : Sarah Norsworthy Immerse yourself in the Pacific Northwest forest through the artwork of Sarah Norsworthy. studio e is delighted to present our first solo exhibition of Norsworthys’ paintings, ranging from expansive panels, to delicate inks on paper, to multi-panel composites grafted together. Few artists capture the dense, organic atmosphere of the forest as tactilely as Norsworthy, whose paintings exude the scent of moss and humus. Often adopting the woods themselves as her studio, Norsworthy soaks up their essence and transfers the experience to her panels. Thick layers of oil paint seem to grow from her surfaces like bark, lichen, or vegetation. Jan 3- Feb 9, 2019. Open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 1-6pm                                                                                                       

Equinox Studios   is 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.

Counterbalance Brewing presents mixed a media show by Rory Cooper. Exhibit runs January 18 – April 30.

Ring in the New Year with the Georgetown Art Attack!

Ring in the new year with Georgetown Art Attack as we celebrate the industrial, fine arts, contemporary visual, performing arts/artists, music, and makers that thrive and inspire in Seattle oldest neighborhood! The FREE and family friendly Art Ride Bus tours the art destinations, including the west end locations such as studio e, and Equinox Studios, with pick locations thru out Georgetown, enabling your inner art lover to experience it all.

Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery   Tom Van Deusen Expelling My Truth release party featuring an exhibition of original drawings and book signing. Opening January 12, 6:00 to 9:00 PM  Exhibition continues through February 7.

All City Coffee   presents Happening . Happening is a collection of information about arts-focused community projects coming to Georgetown in 2019 meant to inform the public about these projects and invite participation and feedback. The Georgetown Super 8 Film Festival, Mini Mart City Park, and The Georgetown Arts District Committee.

Rainier Glass Studio   Become part of the glass art experience, browse the gallery of NW artists unique blown glass art and stay for live demonstrations at 7pm during Art Attack.

Georgetown Music  Open during Art attack 6-9. Free, all ages, Bar with ID.

Oxbow   Rafael Soldi is going to be in the space exhibiting work in progress, and we will be open for Art Attack 1/12.

HOUSEWRIGHT   is a gallery and showroom with artifacts, art, furniture, lighting and textiles. Established by designer Tim Pfeiffer and architect Steve Hoedemaker as an extension of the duo’s desire to share a range well designed pieces for the home ranging from new production, found objects from around the globe, treasured antiques, and pieces sourced from workshops and artists. Featuring the work of Kim Van Someren , Sue Danielson , Emily Gherard, in partnership with Bridge Productions alongside artists, Alfred Harris , Jill Young Rosenast , Alex Marshall , and Nancy Fargo.

Mainframe   Featuring drawings on display by illustrators Socar Myles and Bud Cook , and rock photography by Paul Hernandez, Georgetown’s neighborhood frame shop Mainframe will be open during Art Attack. Come check out the art as well as frame options for your new art purchases! New customers receive $25 off their first custom frame (valued at $100 or more).

Illumination Studio# 305   Color Meets Color . Come in to where color lives . We specialize in abstract, organic, color field and spacial paintings. Dari Stolzoff with abstract and organic, Ferrell with color field and spacial, Ramona Bell with narrative, abstract paintings and Badieh Bryant painting geometric abstract. Also enjoy Luscious Leopard Lips , our D.J. with a Theremin, playing atmospheric music in the background. Color at its most vibrant .

Machine House Brewery   Ryan Lofftus is an artist who works out of Common Area Maintenance in Belltown. He drinks cheap beer, watches a lot of horror movies, loves punk music and printmaking, and likes being positive. Come find him at Machine House Brewery during Art Attack.

The Palace Theatre and Art Bar   is hosting an early Pop-up shop featuring local artists from 3-6pm. Beginning at 7pm we are featuring a new drag show Dames of Dragdoing a themed show called VH1 Divas . Come and join us!

The Georgetown Liquor Company  is featuring the work of local artist Dave Ryan of Manticore Stencil Art! Acrylic & aerosol on wood, pop culture prints & more!

Fogue Studios & Gallery   Solo show and Exhibition featuring the art of Jane Caminos “ON WOMEN BOUND” representing through art, marginalized women around the world. “I believe that artists have a responsibility to enrich their cultures. The aim of On Women Bound is to increase awareness of crimes against women, be they a world away or an instance of domestic violence in a couple’s kitchen. I want the paintings to start a dialogue.”- Jane Caminos. Foguestudios.com

The Elysian Taproom presents Blake Blanco ‘s paintings that are primarily of sculptures that range from iconic to spectacles of decay. Throughout this series, the artist explores ways of renewing the vitality of the sculptures, and in some instances, transforming the them into the observer. The work frequently couples with nature in a way that replicates its environment through surrealism and allegory. The Elysian Taproom is located at 5410 Airport Way S, in the North Building of our Airport Way Brewery.

Jellyfish Brewing Company is excited to showcase the art of Dan Mahon. Kitties unite! Brought to life via mixed media. Incline to the feline!

studio e   Green FuseSarah Norsworthy Immerse yourself in the Pacific Northwest forest through the artwork of Sarah Norsworthy. studio e is delighted to present our first solo exhibition of Norsworthys’ paintings, ranging from expansive panels, to delicate inks on paper, to multi-panel composites grafted together. Few artists capture the dense, organic atmosphere of the forest as tactilely as Norsworthy, whose paintings exude the scent of moss and humus. Often adopting the woods themselves as her studio, Norsworthy soaks up their essence and transfers the experience to her panels. Thick layers of oil paint seem to grow from her surfaces like bark, lichen, or vegetation. Jan 3- Feb 9, 2019

Open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 1-6pm

David Johansson, a Seattle artist since the early 80’s has moved from his Capitol Hill location known as The Art Cave to Georgetown in the Hamilton building at 6007 12th Ave South above Via Tribunali and across the hall from The Alice Gallery. Johansson Art Gallery (JAG) is David’s working studio. The walls feature an eclectic mix of paintings in a salon style, floor to ceiling display. Many different images hanging depending on the mood and present motivations. Come on up the steps and take a look at the paintings. David looks forward to meeting the folks that make Georgetown such a sumptuous and creative enclave of Seattle.                                                                                                       

Equinox Studios   is 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.