Spring is just around the corner, so enjoy a sneak peak at spring merchandise plus sales and specials, not to mention fine wine, appetizers and fine art during the Feb. 18 Third Thursday Art Walk in downtown Edmonds.
Browse a sample of offerings by local merchants, with a complete list of those participating and a walking map available here:
Festivities Fine Gifts: Wine, appetizers and pastel artist Jannelle Loewen in person.
Edward Jones – 5th Avenue: Marcel Schwarb’s pastel paintings of foreign, domestic
and urban landscapes.
HouseWares: Michael Foster’s paintings explore the onslaught of information and technology we experience with humor.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Michael Wewer’s Through The Lens students will be exhibiting their photography, and there will be live music.
Rick Steves’ Europe: A musical history tour through Europe with Ruth Ann Rouse, 6-7 p.m.
Running In Motion: Colorful painted reclaimed furniture by Ruth Moen.
Resident Cheesemonger: Mixed media sculptures, paintings and books of Lisa Myers Bulmash.
Manya Vee Selects: Surreal digital conceptualizations by Edmonds muralist Pat Brier.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Northwest boats and landscapes plus Jane Mayer’s fun shoe paintings.
Arista Wine Cellars: Impressionist paintings by Jim Gerlitz that incorporate people enjoying everyday activities, plus wine tasting.
Bluefish Designs: Susan Rothschild’s mixed media works on paper, glass and tile.
Red Twig: Edmonds’ own Kate Steiger explores multicultural symbols and artifacts in mixed media paintings, plus live music.
Edmonds Bookshop: Make the watercolor Valentine you wish you had received or sent.Â 7 p.m demonstration.
Cole Gallery & Artists’ Supplies: Impressionistic palette knife paintings by Karen Fox.
Gallery North: Paintings in a variety of mediums by Shoreline Museum Painters.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Larry Pifer’s color photography.
OmbÃº Salon + Spa: Sample cheeses and wines from the Northwest.
Edmonds Library: Encaustic Paintings by Edmonds’ own John Vandebrooke.
Frances Anderson Center & EAFF Gallery: En Plein Air group show – Gill, Castle, von Mende, Wurn, Crawford, Pinney & Leedy.
Autumn’s Framing & Gallery: Jeanne Whitney’s paintings capture the quiet beauty of Snohomish farm life, plus demonstration.
Aria Studio Gallery: Watercolor demos, paintings in oil, photography; plus artists Joan E Archer and Leah Goodwin.
Fabric of Life: Heather McGilvray showcases colorful silk-weaving pictures from her “Hummingbirds of Costa Rica series.”
The Loft: Live music at the conclusion of the Art Walk, starting at 8 p.m.
Edward Jones – Main Street: A survivor of Yugoslavia’s civil war, Gordana Curgus uses art as a tool that crosses language and culture.
Olives Cafe & Wine Bar: Nancy and Allen Young – the chef/owner’s parents showabstract art, cast paper, encaustic creation.