Georgetown Art Attack on Saturday, May 13

may 2017 art attack poster copy Join us in Georgetown Art Attack this May for a night of art, music and performance. Our historic industrial arts corridor hosts a wide array galleries and studios that feature local, regional, and national contemporary visual and performing artists.


With the FREE Art Ride, you can to add to your experience with our west-end studios and galleries such as studio e, Equinox Studios and SANCA.




Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery  Eartha is Cathy Malkasian‘s fourth graphic novel – a metaphorical fable that resonates with contemporary themes. Malkasian’s drawing is notable for its rigorous draftsmanship, stunning landscapes and depictions of nature, the gestural nuances of her characters, and her sophisticated storytelling, all of which are on display in Eartha, making this the author’s lushest and most impressive graphic novel yet. Meet this exceptional artist on her first visit to Seattle during Art Attack on Saturday, May 13, 6-9pm.

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All City Coffee presents  Atlantic/Pacific, by Lowell Poisson. This show is a compilation of  works that were begun while on the East Coast in response to his connection with his home in the Pacific Northwest and completed upon moving back to the Pacific Northwest. These works are constructed with in response to chaos/order and the natural world using the mediums of stone lithography and drawing.





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.






Garek Druss

Bridge Productions  is excited to present artist and composer Garek Druss‘, Immensity With Horizon. Ethereal and meditative abstract video projections, dynamic sound design, two-dimensional watercolor drawings, and three-dimensional paper sculptures.  Garek Druss is a Seattle-based sound and visual artist who creates work that explores the balance between the physical being and the incorporeal or non-being. 11 May – 3 June 2017. Opening reception May 13.

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Hammie Salon Meet landscape artist, Janet Wilson, during May’s Art Attack. Janet’s medium is oil on canvas, and landscapes are her primary subject matter. Most of her paintings begin from a photo where she’s captured a scene with good composition, lighting, and elements that look interesting for a painting, and to which she feels an emotional connection. This solo exhibit will feature a broad selection of her work.


Oxbow   Michelle de la Vega‘s The Sugar Project is an exciting exhibition of visual art, video, spoken word and community generated art installation produced through a partnership between curators Sharon Arnold at Bridge Productions and Gabe Kean at Oxbow Installation Gallery in Seattle’s Georgetown neighborhood. The Sugar Project is large-scale social engagement and art installation project that passionately delves into the culture of commodification and women. The core of the project builds on the paradigm that for the majority of recorded human history women have been considered as property. Open Saturday, May 13, 6-9pm.


Krab Jab Studios  presents “A World of Fae”,  featuring Iris Compiet, AM Sartor, with additional art by Brian and Wendy Froud. Enter the magical world of eternal twilight, where fairies, goblins, and elves abound!


Eight and Sand  This month is a dual artist feature of Annette Hassell of Los Angeles, and Chris J.Olson of Seattle. Both will be showing all new artwork in their chosen themes. Annette has the Seven Deadly Sins with primates in traditional pop surrealist style. Chris will be showing The Enigma Of The UFO in a fitting contemporary minimalist style.




Illumination Studio  If you like the warmth of color then come into Illumination Studio # 305 and see S. Rostad‘s exploration of the neurological system with vibrant color and Ferrell’s other world abstraction through object and color. Also listen to “DJ” Luscious Leopard Lips as he accompanies musical selections with his own keyboard and Theremin with the possible addition of a visiting artist also. Always changing in presentation you’ll be glad you stopped by.



Georgetown Trailer Park Mall  is proud to present NAUTICULT, a Seattle based experimental, psychedelic hip hop trio, joined by REMEMBER FACE and ANCIENT MARINER, bringing Hip hop to Georgetown on Saturday,  May 13 during Art Attack.  This is an event not to be missed if you have always dreamed of moshing in a parking lot surrounded by vintage treasures.



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Praxis Arts   Alongside seven in house Praxis artists, Joseph Brooks will be displaying his playful and very colorful acrylic paintings. His piece are filled with not-your-average characters that make you wonder what’s really going on in those minds. Join us for the opening reception May 13th from 6-9pm as we welcome you to our beautiful artist destination.





Dragons Breath WEB 2016El Sirenito  will feature Aaron Reed, a fine art landscape & nature photographer born & raised in the Pacific Northwest. Through careful composition, attention to detail and the creative use of beautiful light, Aaron opens your eyes to view the natural world in ways you may have never seen before.


studio e  Pulp, Robert Hardgrave‘s new solo show, situates his signpost transfers in a dialogue with his new format, gouache on used and pulped Xerox paper. In what he calls his “total act of recycling,” Hardgrave exposes his visual language to a novel medium, which both pushes its limits, and grants new dimensions to his stable repertoire of forms, shapes, and color. Opening reception May 13th6-9pm.

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Equinox Studios  SANCA‘s youth performance troupes Cirrus Circus and the Magnificent 7 will be busking at Equinox Studios during the Saturday, May 13th Georgetown Art Attack from 6 – 9pm. Their efforts will raise travel funds for members of the youth troupe to attend the Youth Circus Festival hosted in August by the American Youth Circus Organization on the East Coast.

Georgetown Music presents Acoustic Armageddon #35 featuring music by the best regional artists from 6-9 pm. All ages. Free.

The Georgetown Liquor Company  is featuring the Art of Eli Wolff for May & June. Pop culture mash-ups & whimsical geekery!

Hot Georgetown Art Attack Action on July 9!

Skate down to the Georgetown Art Attack for a beautiful summer night featuring industrial strength visual and performing arts. Diverse dining, exotic shopping, adventurous galleries, festive nightclubs, music and more at over 40 locations! Jump aboard the FREE Art Ride to check out our west end locations such as Equinox Studios, studio e, and SANCA.




studio e is honored to present Let’s Explode In A Climaxical Burst Of Being Here, the work of Tim Kerr.  An original member of the skate punk band, the Big Boys, and currently playing with Monkeywrench, Tim has also established himself as a notable painter. Juxtapoz recently characterized his solo show at the Rosa Parks Museum as “linked to justice and knowledge.” Please join us in welcoming Tim at his first major Seattle art exhibition.






Fantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery welcomes acclaimed indie comix artist Sammy Harkham and wishes a fond farewell to the Intruder at the second annual Hot Off the Press book fair! This colorful festival features tables of local handcrafted comix, prints, and zines by many of the Northwest’s most admired artists. Special guest Sammy Harkham will sign copies of the newly released Kramer’s Ergot 9 anthology as well as his alluring self-published serial Crickets. Another attraction is Seattle artist Josh Simmons signing the latest installment of Jessica Farm project, a highly conceptual comic book series designed by Harkham. After-party action at Machine House Brewery.


Georgetown Records  will be featuring new music by seminal Seattle punk band Chinas Comidas with a spoken word performance by the band’s charismatic singer Cynthia Genser at 7:30 PM.


Bridge Productions  presents new installation and video work by Seattle artist, C. Davida Ingram for her solo exhibition, “Lexical Tutor”.


The Hammie Salon  is featuring the paintings of Kate Petty. The artist explains, “I work with the concept of liminality. It is a state that is ambiguous and hidden. In the subliminal, things are unconscious. But liminal is barely perceptible; it’s a state of being in-between. Sometimes boundaries between worlds are well defined; but liminal suggests a spaciousness, often hazy, like the transition from dreaming to wakefulness or dark to light. It is like twilight.”



Miller School of Art  Bring an acoustic instrument or dancing feet and play amidst the growing collection “Joy” by Heather Danso. Working in acrylic tints and mediums, her dramatically delightful portraits and playful abstracts intentionally celebrate diverse expressions of empowerment, happiness, and beauty explored through her own unique process.


Krab Jab Studios presents  “Im’ago Primordialis”, a rare opportunity to see fantastical realism from around the world! Also referred to as “visionary surrealism”, curator Don Farrell brings to Seattle over 20 of the best artists in this genre under one roof, including local artists Bryan K. Ward, Jeff Mihalyo, William Fahey, YvetteEndrijautzki and Don himself. All new work by Brigid Marlin, Peter Gric, Roku Sasaki, Tomasz AlenKopera, Steven Kenny, Liba W. Stambollion, Igor Grechanyk, Amanda Sage, Autumn Skye Morrison, Susannah Martin, Andrew Gonzalez, Otto Rapp, Forest Rogers, Jean Pronovost, Miguel Tio, Benjamin Vierling, and Martina Hoffmann. Additional works by Ernst Fuchs, Robert Venosa, and HR Giger. Local artists in attendance as well as Brigid, Otto, and Miguel. Opening: Saturday, July 9th, 6 – 9 pm. Runs through September 3rd.


Mainframe  is pleased to exhibit new works by Seattle based artist Kerrie Deck, Amy Maloof, and Seattle/NJ based artist Sophie Spies. This exhibit presents works by each artist working in textile, digital media, and found object that explore random pattern as autobiography, the new culture of observation, and storytelling. Closing reception Saturday, July 9th from 6pm – 9pm.


Eight and Sand proudly presents Amanda Stalter in her solo show titled See That Silver Shine. Her work can be described as new contemporary, surreal figurative art. Amanda is somewhat newly transplanted from Los Angeles and is one of the main driving forces behind The Drawnk, a great drink and draw group here in Seattle.


Georgetown Trailer Park Mall is excited to host its popular KARAOKE NIGHT for July’s Art Attack! Bring your voices and your favorite, well-practiced song choices, and we’ll handle the rest. The event goes from 6-9pm at the mall, located at 5805 Airport Way S. at the corner of Homer Street. Don’t just see the art… BE THE ART!

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

Machine House Brewery is exhibiting the works of Al Bee, a self-taught painter, tattoo artist and world traveler whose colorful gouache and ink paintings conjure surreal, dreamlike psychological universes. Machine House will also host a lively Art Attack after-party organized by the Intruder Comix collective.


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Tatiana_Gill_clownFantagraphics Bookstore & Gallery presents Down to Clown with Tatiana Gill featuring original artwork from her new clown coloring book and other works. Patrons are encouraged to color pages from the book to include in the exhibition. The artist will be in store at the Georgetown Carnival from 4:00 to 6:00 PM to sign copies and encourage coloring contributions.

All City Coffee solo exhibit from Portland-based illustrator, artist and educator Bryan Rubnis  B-Sides & Remixes, will be on display thru the month of June,


Festival Street Stage  located on 12th Ave. S. is featuring the SANCA Acrobats, Seattle Drum School, Eagles Aerie Brass Band, Lisa Prank and much, much, more!!!


Bridge Productions  is excited to introduce Chicago-based artist Krista Svalbonas‘ first solo show in Seattle, Topophilia, this coming June. The primary focus of Topophilia is her highly acclaimed Migrants series – a body of smaller photography and collage works in which Svalbonas investigates notions of time, place, familiarity, and displacement. Her new work, the Migrator series, is a set of bas relief constructions breaking slightly free of the wall to further her exploration of dismantled and rearranged architectural features.

Rainier Glass Studiowill be open during the Georgetown Carnival with live glass blowing demonstrations and exhibiting a full array of beautiful and unique blown glass art pieces by a variety of northwest artists. Come get inspired!

Miller School of Art is hosting a group show during the Georgetown Carnival. Come explore the creative spirit in the historic setting with many talented artists and their teacher.


Krab Jab Studiosis exhibiting The Art of Tenaya Sims. June 11- July 2, opening reception on June 11th 6-9PM with artist in attendance. From the elegant graphite sketches to the soaring oversized oil paintings, Seattle artist Tenaya Sims debuts his new work of epic proportions, with themes surrounding the mythological views of women in art. The result is richly engaging and utterly breathtaking.


Eight and Sand  Open Inventory Salon Show. This month during the Georgetown Carnival, Eight and Sand will be displaying all of the current open inventory of artwork in a salon style show. This will be an off the wall show where you take the piece with you when you purchase, no need to wait a month for pick up! Many different artists will be represented. Hours will be from 1-7pm.

Equinox Studios will be a show stopper at the Carnival with their zany madcap interactive art! From catapult powered painting craziness to raku ceramic rowdiness and the Iron Monkeys black smithing madness. Come try it all, make some fun and be part of art with Equinox Studios!


Georgetown Brewery Co. and Charles Smith Wines are the proud sponsors of the local, live and original music stage featuring Danny Newcomb and the Sugarmakers, El Vez, MKB Ultra, Maszer, Bad Pants, Gretta Harley, ThePaper Dolls, Madcap Pushers and Joog!  Located at the epicenter of the activity on Airport Way S. across from their Beer and Wine Garden in the Georgetown Trailer Park Mall, come for the music, stay for your favorite beverages!  *Georgetown Brewery Co. Beer/Charles Smith Wine Garden is  21+

Georgetown Trailer Park Mall offers independent artists, designers, makers and collectors to sell their goods direct in a one-of-a-kind environment thriving community. Shop handmade, up-cycled, and reused products all while hanging in a unique little corner of the world! We’ll have a ton of pop-ups and will be open for Carnival until 10pm


Hazard Factory Power Tool Races World Famous and racing on the streets of Georgetown, a feat of creativity, ingenuity and industrial grit! Noon to 5pm


The Stables are hosting a colorful new attraction this year, Georgetown Clown Town, curated by Larry Reid and Celeste Kean, including art, performances, coloring, balloon making, magic and more. The Clown Show at the Stables features contemporary clown art by Ron English, Marion Peck, Edward Matlock, Doug Parry (pictured above), Tatiana Gill, Kelly O, Extremo, Owen Smith, Seth Goodkind, Greg Swanson, Allen Gladfelter and more. Performances in the clown tent include Just Sage, Unexpected Productions Improv, Bill Robison, Godfried and more clowning around. Enjoy cold refreshments in the Clown Bar beer garden while entertained by a variety of clown activities.* the Clown Bar is 21+


Georgetown Music Store is excited to present the Acoustic Armageddon 25 Stage on Airport Way S. featuring Andrew Norsworthy, Hell Mary, Star Anna, South Sound Tug and Barge, Saint John & the Revelations, Our Dead Fathers,and Patrick Galactic 1-7pm


studio e  presents SHORT STORIES: Tim Marsden. Opening reception Friday, June 10th 6-9pm, exhibit runs June 11- July 2.With this body of new work, Tim Marsden uses a multi media approach to create an installation that explores visual narrative. Traditional mediums of drawing, painting and sculpture are used to create elements that range in size from the intimate sculptures to large-scale murals.  Each of the pieces work together to ultimately create an overall narrative within the space.