PhinneyWood Art Walk brings out community for art and eats

PhinneyWood Art Walk brings out community for art and eats
By mattc

Award-winning artist Robynne Raye creates original art for each PhinneyWood Art Walk. Posters and stickers are on sale in our Blue Building and proceeds support community events like the art walk. Thank you Robynne!

The 26th annual PhinneyWood Art Walk brought out hundreds of community members for local art, music, performances, and eats on Sept. 23 and 24. More than 40 local businesses hosted many great artists during this fun neighborhood party. It’s one of the biggest and longest-running art walks in Seattle!

Click through the photo galleries below to explore the PhinneyWood Art Walk!

Photo Gallery:

Photos: Rachael Green

Have feedback on the PhinneyWood Art Walk? We’d love to hear it! Email our Community Projects Manager Mary Campbell at [email protected] to share your thoughts.

PhinneyWood Art Walk poster (left) and stickers (right).

PhinneyWood Art Walk posters (left) and stickers (right) are on sale in our Blue Building! 

This year’s limited edition PhinneyWood Art Walk poster and sticker are on sale in our Phinney Center Blue Building. Posters cost $25 each, stickers cost $3 each, and we accept credit card or check.

Sale proceeds support our community arts and culture events, including the PhinneyWood Art Walk! Each piece is original art by award-winning graphic artist Robynne Raye of Modern Dog Design.

Photo Gallery:

Photos: Rand Peterson

Thank you to all of the businesses and artists who participated in the art walk and to everyone who enjoyed it! We had a blast organizing our first PhinneyWood Art Walk and we’re excited to keep this neighborhood tradition going strong in 2023.

PhinneyWood Art Walk Business and Artist List


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