Sept. 12th Artist and Venues

Match up the venue to the event map. This lists the venue and the artist showing.

1.  Baja Bistro 2414 Beacon Ave S. Donal Murphy. Donal is originally from Cork, Ireland and studied design for print and media communications. In terms of his creative output, he has a number of irons in the fire. His graphic design training has influenced him in a the way that often seeks to represent things with very simple shapes, as a sort of an extension of logo design. He is also influenced by stenciling and street art. www.donalmurphyart.com

 

2.  Travelers Thali House 2524 Beacon Ave S. Allen Kornmesser - painting

 

3.  JMA Group 2528 Beacon Ave S., #A. Window. Karen Ruth. The jewelry boxes are not traditional but are wall art collages that allow for jewelry to be draped onto the piece.  Jewelry Boxes are one of a kind from found object and are not recreated.​

 

4.  Station Coffee 2533 16th Ave S. Reed Carpenter.  I'm a local painter working mostly in oils but I love to explore and experiment with different mediums...my style is fairly eclectic and leans towards the surreal, while keeping a realist element that helps bridge the gap between believability and fantasy. www.reedcarpenter.com

 

5.  El Centro de la Raza 2524 16th Ave S. 9am-5:30pm. Self guided mural tour.

 

6.  Culture Shakti Dance Studio. 2524 16th Ave S., #311. (Located on top floor of El Centro de la Raza). 2:30- 5pm. Jack Johnston. Not Drawn 2 Size. I with water-based paint pens and inks, spray enamel, graphite, and collage with tissue and found paper, on surfaces from archival paper and plastic film to Masonite. I aim for a shallow depth, like a murky pool revealing what only what floats near the surface, or a culture on a specimen slide. Marks are often determined by the templates at hand: lines and shapes from hand-cut stencils, and the imprints of tape spools, toilet paper rolls and plastic shirt-collar stays. The process to dictates an image: a smudge a spray a stain; the guiding intention of any piece is to work from what appears. The initial marks provide the challenge of the piece, to describe a balance, to forge a truce between automatic and intentional. jackjohnston.tumblr.com

 

7.  Light Rail Station. Pick up a map and check out the murals. Beacon Hill mural by Adrenaline & Kaeroe, Faces by Henry Luke, Dragon by Dozer Art, and Beacon Heart by Doug Reed.

 

8. Fresh Flours. 1624 S McClellan St. Sam Hamrick. Sam Hamrick is a Seattle artist who has been making prints since the early 1980s. Primarily self-taught, he works in various types of printing mediums including linocut and block cut. In addition to prints, he also sells his work as images on cards and t-shirts, often around fairs and galleries in the Northwest and on Etsy. Fiddlebones.com 

 

9. Cafe Bengodi. 2721 17th Ave S  Becca Hearvrin. Acrylic paintings in various sizes in bright colors. I'm fascinated by people and relationships and connections to our environment. www.beccaheavrin.com

 

10.  Salon Nouveau 2805 Beacon Ave S. Window. Vintage mystery aerial photos of Beacon Hill. Anonymously donated.

 

11.  Perihelion Brewing 2800 16th Ave S. Dan Smith, Kate Smith and Travis Jaworski.

 

12. Beacon Hill Library. Join us for some arts and crafts on the library plaza!  Get crafty, decorate your own mini origami books and bookmarks and get to know your local library staff. We will have stamps, crayons and stickers. 1-5 pm.

 

13. Washington Federal Bank. 2800 Beacon Ave South. Fire Station #13. Meet our local firefighters and check out a real fire engine. A Police Officer from the South Precinct will be there as well with his patrol car. Stop by and say hello! 1-5 pm.

 

14.  Stevens Place Park Beacon Ave S & 17th Ave S. 1-7pm.

MUSIC  at the Stephens Place Main Stage. World Dance Party! See entertainment schedule for details.

 

VISIT  the Pac-Med, Beacon Arts, Denise Louis Education Center, Cheasty Greenspace and Beacon Hill Merchant Association booths.

 

MAKE ART  

Create your own tarot cards and have them read by Present Day Tarot.

Make your own paper airplanes.

Henna tattoos!

 

ART MARKET VENDORS  

ModHome Ceramics, functional and sculpture ceramic pieces that reflect and are inspired by nature.

Eva Yue Wang, surreal and fantasy watercolor and oil painting. Also see her work at venue #20.

Creative Breath. Photography and crafts by Katrina Perekrestenko. www.creativebreath.com

Urban Swathe. Handpicked home goods. www.urbanswathe.com

Moon Cat Studio. Fine art studio – paintings, photography, prints, cards and gifts. www.mooncatstudio.net

Pennie Humphreys. Artful Exploits. One-of-a-kind and creatively crafted, flowers and accessories.

Alaya Whitmore, Callaghan and Eila Crook. Photography.

Fox and Geese. Fox & Geese offers nursery decor, art prints, custom portraits, and framed original artwork. www.foxandgeeseart.com

Carole Weaks. My specialty is rare and beautiful stones and fossils set in metal using wire sculpture metalsmithing and I do most lapidary work on the stores.carolesart@etsy.com

The Borreguita Crafts. Curly haired queer gurl making crafts--bottlecap, resin and shrinky dink jewelry and screenprinted cards.

Leeciaart. The meaning of my name is behind each day as i live it--i make fiber arts jewelry and gifts.

 

15. Giant Paper airplane - See the latest work from Donal Murphy that has landed in Steven’s Place Park.

 

16. Live painting. Corner of Beacon Ave S & S. Stevens St. Adrenaline & Biker of NWFinesse Muralmasters Collective will be transforming a VW van into a work of art. 1pm - 4pm. nwfinesse.com

 

17. Taqueria Latinos Food Truck at the Valero Station. Tacos and more!

 

18. Mori’s Massage & Bodywork. 1-5pm. 3001 Beacon Ave S. Amber Anderson Displaying 2-dimensional artworks of encaustic paintings on wood panels & graphite drawings. www.arrayartwork.com

 

19.  Pippy’s 3007 Beacon Ave S. Jeany Greene- painting, drawing and photos.

 

20.  The Oak 3019 Beacon Ave S. Kathy Wang - hand carved linoleum block prints. www.bonokat.com

 

21.  Bar del Corso 3057 Beacon Ave S. Eva Yue Wang - surreal and fantasy paintings. www.yuewangartgallery.com. And check out the murals in the alley!

 

22.  Hello Bicycle 3067 Beacon Ave S. Manuela Insixiengmay. French-born, Midwestern raised, and currently calling the Pacific Northwest home. Now a retired Neuroscientist, she photographs people focusing on mood and expression.  www.manuelainsixiengmay.com

 

23.  Kusina Filipina 3201 Beacon Ave S. Kate Quintana - painting. www.foxandgeeseart.com

 

24.  El Quetzal 3209 Beacon Ave S. Back Patio Party!

 

25.  Victrola 3215 Beacon Ave S.  Julia Fioravanti. I have been working on the paper cut pieces I am currently doing for the last 4ish years. All paper cuts are done freehand over a period of days or weeks with an x-acto knife. juliafioravanti.com 

 

26.  Lee Family Association 3217 Beacon Ave S. Cheryl Cromer. The works displayed are twigs or small tree branches gathered from driftwood along various shores of Puget Sound. I closely observe these found bits of trees while I clean and sometimes lightly sand them. Then I continue to look into each piece until I am able to see some of its contents. For most of them, I make the contents more observable using permanent inks drawn onto the wood using pens or sometimes painted on as well. Each piece has its own individuality and energy to share with the observer.

 

27.  Hair Skill Design 3226 Beacon Ave S. Window. Irene Kung-Campbell - jewelry.

 

28.  Chobo-Ji Zen Center S. Horton and Lafyette. Visit the serene gardens. Tour the meditation hall, there’s plenty of art inside.

 

29.  Tippe & Drague 3315 Beacon Ave S. Sherry Loeser, 

photography. Through casual conversation and my genuine interest in all my subjects, my strength is in capturing one's humanity and grace sherryloeser.com

 

Roger Shurtleff - sculpture. I wish to create contemporary work as profound and mythic as petroglyphs and religious icons. In these older art forms, I see threads that extend to the present, and I seek to reflect their essence in my artwork. rogershurtleff.com 

 

30.  Daymoon Press and Mia Firovanti Design. 3320 Beacon Ave S. Tess LeNoir. This selection will include oil paintings and digital prints which feature silhouettes and strong lines in character design, storytelling, and costume studies. Tess can be contacted through Daymoon Press, at the shop or at daymoon@quidnunc.net. An ongoing archive of her work can be found at cyclesart.tumblr.com

Rena Langille - paintings.

June 27th Artist and Venues

Match up the venue to the event map. This lists the venue, their opening hours and the artist showing.

 

1.  Baja Bistro 2414 Beacon Ave S. 8am-10pm. Cameron Quinn - colorful paintings depicting the juxtaposition of wild and urban life, with a particular focus on the PNW. www.TheCameronQuinn.com

 

2.  Inay’s 2503 Beacon Ave S. 9am-9pm.  Perri Rhoden - paintings of the “intimate and vivid embodiment of the female consciousness.” www.thecurlynugget.com

 

3.  Bayview Triangle. 1-3pm. Beacon Hill Garden Club will be there to talk to the public about plans for the park and make a pinwheel garden!

 

4.  Walk All Ways Corner of Beacon Ave and 15th Ave South. 1-2  pm. BH Garden Club Rake Drill Team, Culture Shakti Dancers and dice game….that’s how we roll!

 

5.  Travelers Thali House 2524 Beacon Ave S. 12-9pm. Allen Kornmessen - iconic painting and mixed media.

 

6.  JMA Group 2528 Beacon Ave S., #A. Window. Kathy Wang. Hand carved linoleum blocks - all carvings are her original designs. Designs are printed onto paper for note cards and onto fabric to make into various kinds of bags (i.e. purses, totes, pouches, etc). www.bonokat.com

 

7.  Amor Spiritual Center. 2528 Beacon Ave. South Suite B. 1 pm - 8 pm.  Jeff Jordan. Jeff has a unique eye for finding beauty in everyday life. He has been a noted photographer for over 20 years in the Seattle area. He has a passion for nature, abstract, and seeing the beauty in all things. jeffjordanphotography.com.

 

Reagan Jackson About R.E.J.J. Arts: Multiplicity is a recurring theme in my life and my work. My multiple identities influence and inform my passions and interest. In addition to being a spiritual, black, feminist, woman, I am a writer, artist, traveler, teacher, and activist. I have chosen R.E.J.J., the initials of my full name, to brand my art and to be the eye of my creative storm. I will never be just one thing or be confined to just one modality of self-expression. R.E.J.J. Arts is a glimpse into the evolution of my creative life.

 

Kyndahl Carlson. Blessings in Nature began over the summer of 2012 as a request to the Universe at large for inspiration in my life. I wanted to find my purpose and passion and I asked to have this inspiration arrive in such a way that there was no doubt it was for me. One summer day in July while sipping my tea in the pergola the Garter snake skin shed lying within the grass became my sudden overwhelming inspiration and I felt incredibly blessed. Blessings in Nature was created from this inspiration and continues to evolve and grow just as a butterfly or dragonfly go through various stages before they have wings to fly. Handmade Jewelry & Keepsakes Inspired by Nature.

 

Rev. Allen Mosley is a motivational speaker, author, artist,life coach, Reiki master, and founder of the Amor Spiritual Center. Rev. Allen is an abstract artist and is known for his use of color and creating new ones.  Rev. Allen's artistic expression is where he expresses his creativity with abandon. www.revallen.com.

 

Jennifer Ahrnkiel Haley loves taking pictures and has for as long as she can remember.  She grew up in Maple Valley and has worked for the Tahoma School District for almost 20 years. From her first 110 camera to the current DSLR, every camera has been an upgrade to get the ultimate shot.  Things got serious when she set her sights on the hummingbirds who visit her yard all year long.  Mt Rainier is another favorite, if it is out, she is looking for the perfect vantage point to shoot it.

 

 

8.  Station Coffee 2533 16th Ave S. 5am-7pm.  Alex Garland - photography. www.thedignityvirus.com

 

9.  El Centro de la Raza 2524 16th Ave S. 9am-5:30pm. Self guided mural tour.

 

10.  Culture Shakti Dance Studio. 2524 16th Ave S., #311. (Located on top floor of El Centro de la Raza). 1 - 5:30pm. Ramon Deslauriers. A smattering of sci-fi machine drawings on paper napkins, surreal and fantastical photo manipulations and abstract drawings. Works are inspired by anatomy and plants and the mysterious, magical side of human nature. Up through the month of July. www.ramon-deslauriers.com

 

11.  Fresh Flours. 6 am-8 pm. Jameson S Hubbard. Over the past few years, Jameson S Hubbard has focused on illuminating the small and large realities of how humans fit into an ecological relationship with their environment.  By working with the traditional, low-tech medium of woodblock relief printmaking, he brings out the strong, sculptural character of the carved line while focusing on the narrative tradition of figurative art.  All of the woodblocks are hand carved using gouges, chisels, and knives, and vigorously pressed with a wooden spoon for the final edition of prints. www.jshubbard.com

 

12.  Salon Nouveau 2805 Beacon Ave S. 8am-4pm. Liz Jameson.

 

13.  Perihelion Brewing 2800 16th Ave S. Barry Johnson - A study of emotions conveyed through the absence of color and emotion, barryjohnson.co

 

14.  Stevens Place Park Beacon Ave S & 17th Ave S. 1-7pm.

FOOD  Indonesian food from Goreeng and Sno cones.

MUSIC  at the Stephens Place Main Stage.  

VISIT  the Pac-Med, Beacon Arts, and Mobility Builders booths.

POP UP ART PROJECT  Draw with Doug Reed.

 

ART MARKET VENDORS

Modhome Ceramics, functional and sculpture pieces that reflect and are inspired by nature.

Fiddlebones, original Linocuts, as well as greeting cards and tshirts featuring my linocuts.

LITTLE OWL URNS, bud vases and pet cremation urns made from felt. 

Eva Yue Wang,surreal and fantasy watercolor and oil painting.

Kathy Wang Designs, see venue #6

The Cameron Quinn, see venue #1.

Kate Dougherty and Mary Lampe, see venue #24.

 

15.  Mori’s Massage & Bodywork 3001 Beacon Ave S. 1-5pm. Amber Anderson - displaying of 2-dimensional artworks of encaustic paintings on wood panels & graphite drawings. www.arrayartwork.com

 

16.  Pippy’s 3007 Beacon Ave S

 

17.  Taqueria Latinos at the Valero Station. Tacos and more!

 

18.  Chill Alley between Yoga on Beacon and Genesis Travel. 1-7pm. Massage therapists to offer chair massage at $1/min with a minimum of 10min/client.

 

19.  The Oak 3019 Beacon Ave S. Live entertainment from 4 - 6 pm.

 

20.  Bar del Corso 3057 Beacon Ave S. 5-10pm. Live mural painting.

 

21.  Hello Bicycle 3067 Beacon Ave S. 11-6pm. My name is Alaya Whitmore. I am 11 years old.  I live on Beacon Hill. My photos are from my recent trip to Italy. What inspires me to take pictures is the architecture, things like the whole building or maybe a cool detail on the side. When I took the pictures I noticed how there was so much detail and tried to capture it as best I could.

 

22.  Photo Booth by Kusina Filipina mural. 2-6pm. Stop by the Beacon Arts photo booth and capture the moment! 

 

23.  Kusina Filipina 3201 Beacon Ave S. 10:30am-7:30pm. Becca Hearvrin. Acrylic paintings in various sizes in bright colors. I'm fascinated by people and relationships and connections to our environment. www.beccaheavrin.com

 

24.  El Quetzal 3209 Beacon Ave S. Kate Dougherty - oil/acrylic and watercolor paintings.

 

25.  Victrola 3215 Beacon Ave S. 7:30am-6pm. Angelina Tolentino - inspired by the flora and fauna of the oceans, as well as vintage burlesque, circus life, high fashion and costumes, I paint semi-surreal sub-aquatic worlds that marry all of these elements.

 

26.  Lee Family Association 3217 Beacon Ave S. 1-4pm. See a Lion Dance Head, receive a honorary Lee family member badges and fortune cookies. Mr. Deng of Deng’s Studio & Art Gallery will demonstrate Chinese calligraphy.

 

27.  Hair Skill Design 3226 Beacon Ave S. Window. Randy Warren - ceramic sculpture.

 

28.  Chobo-Ji Zen Center S. Horton and Lafyette. Visit the serene gardens. Tour the meditation hall, there’s plenty of art inside.

 

29.  Tippe & Drague 3315 Beacon Ave S. 1pm-2am. Katrina Perekrestenko. Photography. www.creativebreath.com

 

30.  Denise Louie Child Development Center. 3327 Beacon Avenue South. Community booth.

 

31.  Daymoon Press. 3320 Beacon Ave S. Noon - 7 pm. Tess LeNoir. This selection will include oil paintings and digital prints which feature silhouettes and strong lines in character design, storytelling, and costume studies. Tess can be contacted through Daymoon Press, at the shop or at daymoon@quidnunc.net. An ongoing archive of her work can be found at cyclesart.tumblr.com. The art will be up through the end of July.

 

 Julia Fioravanti. I have been working on the paper cut pieces I am currently doing for the last 4ish years. All paper cuts are done freehand over a period of days or weeks with an x-acto knife. Recently, I have started to look into other ways of incorporating my work into homes such as sandblasting or metal work. juliafioravanti.com

 

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