What to see during tonight’s Third Thursday Art Walk

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    It’s the third Thursday, so you know what that means: The Art Walk in downtown Edmonds! Check out these featured artists and events happening tonight:

    – Festivities Fine Gifts: Dorthea King’s exceptional works of metal art, wine tasting and appetizers.

    – Edward Jones: Dari Stoltzoff’s vibrant, multi-layered and large paintings.

    – HouseWares: Alaina Szlachta’s mosaic mirrors, trivets, coasters and more.

    – ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Michael Wewer’s Through The Lens students will be exhibiting their photography, plus live music.

    – Rick Steves’ Europe: Carolyn Votaw’s watercolor and pen scenes from Italian travels.

    – Semantics Gallery: Jenny Goeres’ latest work in vivid hues of watercolor.

    – Running In Motion: Sam Evich’s photos.

    – Resident Cheesemonger: Jeff Krewson’s black and white photography, plus cheese tasting.

    – Manya Vee Selects: Introducing a new line of Sagapo Candles that let you mix fragrances.

    – Kinder Britches: Jessica Hanaumi photography, specializing in mamas and daddies-to-be and their newborn babes.

    – Coldwell Banker Bain: Diane Dunn’s vibrant oil paintings.

    – Arista Wine Cellars: George Miller photograph and wine tasting.

    -C’est la Vie: Sue Robertson’s mixed media paintings featuring a variety of heart designs just in time for Valentine’s Day.

    – Bluefish Designs: Isis Charest celebrates the intimate beauty and serenity of nature in her softly-toned paintings.

    – J Rankin Jewelers: Bold abstract statements in the acrylic paintings of Joy Rome.

    – Edmonds Bookshop: Shari Storm, author of “Motherhood is the New MBA” reading at 7 p.m.

    – Cole Gallery & Artists’ Supplies: Patty Forte Linna’s pastel paintings featuring bistros,

    Paris and more.

    – Gallery North: New art by gallery artists.

    – Reliable Floor Coverings: Ken Sjodin’s picturesque Northwest photos.

    – Omb Salon + Spa: Brian Forrest’s raw and expressive works hover between

    realism and abstraction.

    – Edmonds Library: MaryAnn Hall & Joanne Osband, art & healing from two

    perspectives.

    – Frances Anderson Center & EAFF Gallery: Selected works from the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation Collection.

    – Autumn’s Framing & Gallery: Detailed watercolors that celebrate the freedom of dance, plus a demonstration.

    – Aria Studio Gallery: New paintings and photographs by Joan E .Archer and Leah K. Goodwin; demos at 6:30 and 7:30.

    – Fabric of Life: Life Is Color: Cindy Nelson brings her fused glass and d.ita Olson presents recent paintings.

    – The Loft: Featuring live music starting at 8 p.m.

    – Olives Cafe & Wine Bar: Nancy and Allen Young show abstract art, cast paper, encaustic creations.

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