Tuesday, September 30, 2008


Dr. Martens is looking for an artist to customize Dr. Martens boots at a retail event at Market Street shoes on Saturday October 11th. This is an opportunity for someone interested in getting their work out there and making a little money at the same time!

Interested? Contact Sara LaHaie @ Sara.LaHaie@drmartens.com #503-417-7155

Friday, September 26, 2008


We are including live music at our second Thursday, West Seattle ArtWalk openings. 1-2 man acts, or small acoustic sets are best, as it's a tight space and Art Walk shoppers are there to meet the artist(s) & check out the featured fine art on the walls.

If you are interested in being considered to play a gig please contact Christopher Hydinger at christopherhydinger@hotmail.com or visit him at: http://www.myspace.com/hypeisdead . THANKS!!!

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Did you miss the West Seattle Art Walk? Well here's a taste of what you missed...

Michelle Anderst's Realist Paintings are on display in the back gallery in the Junction shop this month! Come by and check them out, they're amazing in person, so much detail. Pretty sure she has a collection of brushes with one hair in them...

We also had live music by Grayface! They were great and can come back whenever they want! THANKS GUYS!

Tuesday, September 9, 2008


Beginning in October Twilight will be curating the Georgetown Stables. The Stables is a private venue that opens up to the public during the Georgetown Art Attack, every second Saturday from 6 to 9. Please email us if you're interested in showing your art at this super sweet venue!



Radical artists, DJ's, and more... Lo Fi, Friday 12th @ 9 PM. Bring your party hats.


artifacts by pioneers of american steampunk
Showing from September 12th thru October 3rd
Opening reception September, 12th, 6:00PM - 10:00PM
Featuring Datamancer, David S. Dowling, Eliza Gauger, Jake von Slatt, Libby Bulloff, Magpie Killjoy, missmonster, Molly "Porkshanks" Friedrich, Molly Mitchell, Quentin Ziplash, Rachel "Ratchet" Olson, Steven Archer, Suzanne Rachel Forbes

Marrying narrative and nostalgia to design and technology, these aritsts imagine the triumphs of the past overriding the failures of the present to create from the ruins and detritus a dazzling future-perfect.


Cash is a young urban artist currently living in Bonney Lake, WA. He has been painting since he was a junior in high school. During his senior year, he studied Mexican folk art, as well as color theory, and basic design with a private tutor in Tacoma. Cash has taken what he has learned from his tutor and branched out into graffiti and street art.
The current collection of paintings shows Cash’s interest in anything vintage. These paintings represent the process of change that takes place, bridging the gap between old and new.


-OPENS: Thursday, September 11th
-CLOSES: October 7th 2008
-WHERE: Twilight in the Junction, 4306 SW Alaska St
-MORE: Meet the Artist, and enjoy vino and cupcakes on us! ALSO live music by Greyface

Realist painter Michelle Anderst's works on canvas focusing on solitary figures, anatomy and industrial imagery such as telephone poles, glass, and run down spaces. The work is filled with an intensity of color and subject that creates an instant feeling of intimacy with the viewer. Her imagery is directly influenced from growing up as an only child where she spent most of her time drawing her surroundings and poring over her fathers anatomy books.
The attachment to the house she grew up in has begun an exploration of the concept of a residence becoming a part of a persons psyche. The imagery of peeling wallpaper, old anatomy illustrations and empty structures allows a comparison between the psychological structure of a person and the physical structure of a building.

After graduating from Southern Oregon School of Fine Art in 2004, Michelle Anderst moved to Seattle, WA to pursue her career in Fine art. Her work is said to be very 'Seattle' because of her depiction of raindrops on windows and industrial scenes, which look as if they were painted on a cloudy day (because they probably were).