Seattle Mother’s Day Weekend 2014: Georgetown Art Attack | Second Saturday, Neighborhood Art Walk, Participants, Map, Free

May 2014 Georgetown Art Attack

Treat your mother to another inspired Spring Art Attack in Georgetown, USA. Take in the sights and sounds while you stroll Seattle’s oldest neighborhood. Allow our collective of contemporary artists to amaze and engage you for an evening of art, art, art attack.

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May 2014 Georgetown Art AttackGeorgetown Second Saturday Art Attack
May 10, 2014
6-9 p.m. | Free | All Ages
More info: georgetownartattack.tumblr.com | Facebook Page
Map: georgetownartattack.tumblr.com/map

The Georgetown Art Attack, held on the second Saturday each month, represents an ongoing effort by area artists to celebrate the creative diversity of Georgetown and generate public sentiment favoring preservation of this wonderful civic asset. More than 40 Georgetown enterprises participate, featuring a lively array of visual, performing, and applied arts.

Seattle’s Only Free Art Ride Bus runs up and down Airport Way South and to The Equinox and Laurelhurst Cellars every 15 minutes, from 6 – 9:30 pm. Hop on the “Art Ride” and let us pamper you! Look for the “Art Ride” bus stops, manned by fanciful tour guides.

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Art Attack Participants

  • All City Coffee  presenting paintings by Lucas Irwin.
  • Eight and Sand We live in a era of spying, secrecy, and hypocrisy where the masses are fed misinformation and the government is for sale to the highest bidder. “Criminal State of Mind” is artist Christopher J Olson‘s Orwellian examination of the mindset of the wealthy elite, politicians, and propagandists.
  • Equinox StudiosThe big ugly blue building full of beautiful art! Come experience the wonder with over 60 artists in residence and the free Georgetown Artride shuttle to get you here and back.This month featuring Betty Jo Costanzo, Sarah Woodson, Downing Pottery, Karl Seng, Claire Putney, Tabasco Mills and the Iron Monkeys, and much more. As always, bonfires, brats and beautiful people!
  • Fantagraphics Bookstore and Gallery  Presents Peter Bagge: “Buddy Buys a Dump.” Exhibition and book signing with musical performance by Kelli Frances Corrado.
  • Georgetown Arts & Cultural Center Open studios! Guest artist, Seb Barnett, presents “Modern Myths”, a surreal painterly vision of modern day mythos. Bring the family!
  • Georgetown Atelieropen studio
  • Georgetown Liquor Company  presents an encore opening: “It’s the End of the World As We Know It (And We Feel Adorable)”. HappyTime Apocalypse is an art collective that celebrates the balance of dark and light, good and evil, happy and horrified. We aim to create an artistic escape from the horrors of the world that surround us by bringing attention to the humor and beauty within the maddening and grotesque parts of the human experience, illuminating the opposing forces of humanity within us all.
  • The Georgetown StablesSoul parties are designed to connect you to the truth-telling, mirror-holding, energy-soaked creative goodness that comes when mindful artists let their talents loose! We’ll be displaying the photography of Natasha Komoda, and Naomi Wachira will be playing music. It’s “pay what you will” at the door, and half the proceeds go to Artists Life Guild, a Seattle non-profit that provides low-cost therapy for artists.
  • The Georgetown Trailer Park Mall NIGHT of the GIANT MONSTERS!” Vintage & Artisan Market curated by Sire Vintage, Frida, Make Believe, Beaver’s Den Vintage, Urban Treasuryand Special Giant Guest.
  • Krab Jab Studio presents “Daring Stories”, all new work in this solo show of local favorite,Heather Hudson! In this show she explores the world of pulp fiction alongside her usual cornucopia of monsters and oddities.
  • LxWxH Gallery presents “Come Hell or High Water”. In this solo show, Nancy Baker will continue to investigate two-dimensional work mixing digital representations of hardware parts and abstracted forms. In Baker‘s work, chains, rivets, bolts and connectors transform otherwise stoic blue collar objects into transcendent images of floating worlds which are populated by numbers and letters against starry skies. Often citing literary sources, specific phrases wind their way through a labyrinth of connected phrases, jewels, glitter and paper machine fixtures; much like the tales she is referencing.
  • Machine House Brewery presents a group show of plant related art featuring local talent andplant designers. Features include installation and stand alone pieces.
  • Mary Tudor and Ferrellopen studio. Mary Tudor art with timeless, iconic, images verging on being meditative objects, and Ferrell, art with spacial and abstract imaging. Music byLuscious Leopard Lips, the Georgetown atmospheric music DJ with a Theremin synthesizer. 
  • RHI Solutionsfeaturing artist Twozdai Hulse. Pop up art shop at RHI Solutions – worth the trip around the back of the Rainier cold storage. Original and prints of mixed media images of Iconic Seattle.
  • 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 a solo show by Chani Murat,an established artist and tattooer in the Seattle area. Born and raised in the PAC NW, she’s inspired by big bright colors and high contrast images. For this show she will be showcasing a body of work with many different mediums. In addition, Spectrum House always features a boutique stocked with Seattle-made treasures & garments.
  • Studio Sanctum: The Nautilus Studio has changed it’s name to Studio Sanctum, showcasing the realist oil paintings of Jethaniel Peterka and Kyle Abernethy. Located next door to theGeorgetown Stables.
  • Wittman-EstesFurniture designed and fabricated by University of Washington Department ofArchitecture students in collaboration with Kimo Griggs and Danish furniture designerErling Christoffersen. The exhibit will showcase the newly released designs, completed this spring.

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