My Sister-in-Law, Paula, is a talented artist who creates beautiful, functional copper roofed bird houses with antiques, whimsical, and themed designs. She will be at West Seattle’s Summerfest starting this Friday, in space 3 at “Seattle’s Bird Lady“.
My hubby and intrepid Beach Drive Blog Reporter, Scupper, along with his son, KC, will also be there helping out.
Please be sure to stop by and say hello!
This garage sale is NOT TO MISS! The owner’s are really nice folks but… really have no idea how highly valuable their loot is. Rumor has it that they’re unloading priceless paintings for only a couple of bucks. This is just one of many items that have spent years collecting dust in their daughter’s closet…
Other items include several jewels of the Queen said to be still lingering under the cushion of this plush throne…
Hope to see all you treasure hunters bright and early this Saturday & possibly Sunday starting at 9:00 AM…and to receive the super “whamo deal”, make sure you tell them Scupper sent you!!!
PS: If you have a garage or yard sale around Beach Drive that you’d like to promote – drop us a line!
Scupper, schlepping for Beach Drive Blog
Found this great carving while walking along the waterfront path at Lincoln Park. Scupper Jr’s natural pull to the beach (which of course, I fully resist) landed us here…
Disclaimer: Said dog never set a paw on highly enforced beach or artwork/graffiti depending on who’s side you’re on per WSB post.
While this particular carving has been fully documented on West Seattle Blog, a long time resident of Beach Drive informed me that as recent as 3 or 4 years ago he’s has seen several of what he calls “spirit logs” wash up on our local beaches north of Lincoln Park. He went on to say that he…
“heard there were many but disapeared over time. People,sand and tide moved them.”
A quick Google search uncovered another driftwood carving found near the water in Port Townsend…
I’m squarely in the camp of welcoming these native style carvings onto our beaches. Reminds me of the native heritage of the land we now call home!
Scupper, for Beach Drive Blog
In addition to blogging, my day job, etc….I started painting earlier this year – mostly on black velvet. You can imagine my excitement when I was invited to participate at the Elivstravaganza exhibit at Bumbershoot. I am auctioning my painting with proceeds to benefit Cafe Racer Love. As of yesterday, bids were at $400. I believe that the end of Bumbershoot will be the end of bidding (I’ll confirm and update). If you’re interested in placing a bid, please contact Marlow Harris ASAP.
This just in from Mayor Nickels office:
CALL FOR ARTISTS AND CRAFTSPEOPLE FOR THE 12TH ANNUAL ALKI ART FAIR
The 12th Annual Alki Art Fair takes place this year on July 25 and 26, and Alki Community Center is looking for artists and craftspeople interested in exhibiting their handmade pieces at this popular annual art fair.
Artists new to the fair need to come to one of three registration days at Alki Community Center, 5817 SW Stevens St., to view samples of potential entrants' art and to assign booth spaces. The Fair includes only handmade art and booth fees of $65 for one day or $110 for both days are due on the registration days.
This is a juried show of artwork by some 100 area artists' jewerly, paintings, photos, glass and metal art work, pottery, candles, and more; and the weekend features live music, a food court and plenty of family activities.
Returning artists can send in the form on the art fair's web site and booth assignments will be made on a first-come first-serve basis. There are youth booths available for artists 16 and younger for $25 for one day and $40 for both days.
Registration days are Saturday, May 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Saturday, June 6 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and Monday, June 8 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Are these artistic arrangements done by the same person who sent us these photos last year?
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Make sure you stop by Steve Klinkel’s studio at 4150 Beach Drive #202 this Thursday between 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. Check out Steve’s art here…or even better, see him during the Art Walk.