First, the parking: This month's Artwalk is the pilot for a project called "Parking for Peanuts" being put together by Pioneer Square Community Association and Merrill Place Garage at 76 S King St (off of First Avenue). Park there free—all you have to do is to show garage attendants either a proof of purchase from a Pioneer Square business or a business card from a gallery.
And the art?
Christopher Martin Hoff's plein-air paintings of Seattle spots in recessionary limbo—recognize this one?—at Linda Hodges Gallery.
Patti Warashina at Howard House.
Jonathan Wakuda Fischer at ArtXChange.
Giancarlo De Marchi at Vera Project.
Parskid at Flatcolor.
And last but CERTAINLY not least: Einar and Jamex de la Torre at Traver Gallery.