First Thursday Art Walk, June 6th 2013,

The First Summer Art Walk at seattle’s Pike Place Market and Western Ave was very peaceful and artistic. The Galleries and Pike Place Market had graphite arrows on the side walks to show where the Art walk Starts and ends.

A bright sunny day at Seattle’s sounded perfect for an event like that. By 6:00 pm, the galleries started to bring their benches outside and invited the viewers for snacks and drinks. Most of the them had played their music a little bit louder than usual, so you could clearly hear it from Western Ave.

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The Artists were ready to present their work to the audience which made a very friendly environment.

Hami Bahadori had his work “Bullet Fee #1” shown for the first time at Behr Gallery. The work is part of a series [bullet fee] which is consist of 7 photographs with installation.

Brook Westlund, Jennifer Cullin and Deborah Dwyer from Dwyer gallery were present with full energy to talk about their art.

All galleries including Eddie Tang studio and Steinbrueck Native Gallery were open until 8:00pm when the Art walk turn into a friendly dinner.

We will be waiting for the next Art walk at Western Ave and Pike place Market, which will be July 4th.

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