Vintage views along the Mother Road

Join me for wine and cheese
West Seattle ArtWalk at The Kenney
Thursday, June 9th – 6 to 9pm

Route 66: Oatman – Kingman – Seligman
Vintage peeks along the original “Mother Road”

As a photographic artist I am always looking for new and exiciting ways to present the world around us. I took a little road trip of my own and followed the Mother Road thru Oatman, Kingman and Seligman with my Lensbaby. What is a lensbaby? It’s a lens monuted on a plastic bellows. You manually focus by pushing, pulling and bending until you find a part of your image that will be in focus, called the ‘sweet spot’. The remaining areas of the image are soft and blurred, creating unique, eye-catching images.

Generations old and new will always be in awe of Route 66 which lead travelers over 2,448 miles of continuous highway between Chicago and Los Angeles. For decades, this historic path served thousands who were migrating west, especially during the Dust Bowl of the 1930’s. I hope you enjoy the images presented at the Kenney and that you’ll feel as though you  travelled that road as well.

Wedge, Lucca and Lucy show us their best shot

Tila Real Estate hosted their first BarkWalk in October. Several handsome dogs stopped by to have their portrait taken by gail ann. I think you’ll agree that they all look marvelous!  Remember, pets are family too. Call gail ann for specials on pet portraits!

Free Facebook photos on April 6th!

Join me during the West Seattle Artwalk on Thursday, April 6th from 6-9pm.
Stop by for your FREE Facebook photo!
Yup – it’s free.
Put your best face forward!
Bring a prop or not and ham it up for your fun new facebook photo.


Studio is located just around the bend from the Fauntleroy Ferry

4507 Wildwood Place, West Seattle 98136

February 11 Art Walk at Gail Ann’s

West Seattle Art Walk at Gail Ann Gallery

4507 Wildwood Pl, West Seattle
Thursday, February 11, 5-9pm
Love is in the air!

*O’fashion love song – Vintagey valentine cards

*Polaroid Transfers
*Lucky Break Wishbones – Wishing for tall dark and handsome?
*Twisted Sister makes handcrafted jewelry out of left over computer parts!
*Murragy’s Private Night Out by local author is the perfect Valentine Gift for children.
*AngelCare Breast Calendars – all proceeds benefit Angel Care.
Plus lots of other interesting pieces of handcrafted works that make for cool unusual gifts.

Stop by to browse or just say “hi!”

November West Seattle Artwalk

This month’s artwalk is a mixed bag!  You’ll find Lucky Break Wishbones – invented by a local entrepreneur that are perfect for Thanksgiving dinner! Twisted Sister makes handcrafted jewelry out of left over computer parts! Basia’s Journal’s are made of recycled books found in the trash and brought back to life in the form of a journal! Plus lots of other interesting pieces of handcrafted works that make for cool unusual gifts.

Stop by the Studio/Gallery from 6-9pm and do a little shopping!

Gail Ann Gallery & Studio
4507 Wildwood Pl, West Seattle
Just beyond the Fauntleroy Ferry dock.

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Calendar Models strut their stuff

During this month’s artwalk I invite you to stop by Gail Ann Photography and help support the Angel Care Breast Cancer Foundation. Gail Ann was chosen to photograph the twelve ‘angels’ for this year’s calendar “Faces of Angel Care, Unveiling the New Year 2010”  All of the angels are breast cancer survivors and trained to provide one on one emotional care to those newly diagnosed.
Proceeds go to the Angel Care Foundation.
Purchase your calendar tonight, $15 each and help make a difference.AngelCover2

The 2010 calendar models of Angel Care were on hand to show off the 2010 Faces of Angel Care calendar at Park Place Books in Kirkland. The public can purchase their calendar thru the Angel Care Breast Cancer Foundation, Amazon.com, or at Gail Ann Studio & Gallery in West Seattle. Here’s a peek at the festivities….Click here!