Tonight: Free yoga, music and murals at Edmonds Art Walk

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    Tonight’s Edmonds Art Walk features a new twist, literally: a free yoga class at the Fabric of Life store.

    The Art Walk runs from 5-8 p.m. and the yoga class — offered by Twist Yoga — is from 7-8:30 p.m. Enjoy a relaxing evening of yoga for all levels with Swedish Yoga Master Tollak Olestad, former student of  Shiva Rea. The class is free, but donations will benefit Fabric of Life Foundation.

    While you’re downtown for the Art Walk, you can enjoy live music and demonstrations at several locations, plus the Edmonds Mural Society’s new murals along Main Street.

    Live music includes:

    -Amy Jonelle & Friends at Beige Blonde

    -Kore jazz at Edward Jones – Main Street

    -Live piano at JA  Rankin Jewelers

    -Ron Dalton folk tunes at Glazed & Amazed

    -Railyard folk pop at C’est la Vie

    -Native drum and flute at Coldwell Banker

    -Those Guys at Manya Vee Selects

    Demonstrations include the following:

    -Author’s talk at Edmonds Bookshop, 7 p.m.

    -Zydeco lessons at Red Twig 6-7 p.m.

    -Charcoal drawing at Running In Motion

    -Watercolor at Autumn’s Framing

    -Hammered silver at Manya Vee Selects

    -Watercolor at Aria Studio, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.

    Exhibits at each business are as follows:

    Aria Studio Gallery: Photography by Leah Goodwin from far away places; watercolors and oils by Joan E Archer.

    Arista Wine Cellars: Interactive sculpture by Brad Burzynski for the wine lover – wood and glass boxes that commemorate your wine experiences.

    ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: ArtsNow Instructors show their skill by presenting work from a variety of mediums.

    Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Plein-air oil paintings by Autumn from scenic locations around the Puget Sound.

    Beige Blonde: Hammer and Torch – one metalsmith and one glass flameworker combine their talents to make truly amazing jewelry.

    Bellissimo Salon: Plein Aire painter Denise Vasari captures abstracted landscapes with a delightful freshness.

    Bluefish Designs: Lucia Hwang works communicate the extraordinary beauties in life that are found in the ordinary place.

    C’est La Vie: Stunning glass sculpture as if created by nature, Kenny Ramer has captured movement in crystal form.

    Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Nationally acclaimed Impressionist painter Michael Maczuga brings his soulful paintings of children.

    Designer Consignor: Colorful fused glass jewelry by Judy Macauley will brighten up any gloomy day!

    Edmonds Bookshop: Jim Lynch, author of “Border Songs” and “The Highest Tide” will talk at 7 p.m.

    Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Sumi ink painter Rita Speiser expresses the essence of nature with Eastern technique brush strokes.

    Edmonds Library: Randena Walsh’s vibrant pastels.

    Edward Jones – 5th Ave: Ken Sjodin’s love for the natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest and Edmonds is apparent in his photography.

    Edward Jones – Main St: Award-winning photography by James Arrabito, birdhouses and vintage cars of recycled material.

    Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Colorful and bold acrylic paintings by Angela Hoskins

    Frances Anderson Center: Marielle Snyder & Gloria Mae Campbell’s wool tapestry weavings.

    Gallery North: Plein Air Edmonds Exhibition – Edmonds comes to life in plein air paintings and photographs.

    Garden Gear: Paintings by John Moilanen show a unique reflection of the Pacific Coast to make him known as Washington Maritime Artist.

    Housewares: Elizabeth Humphrey brings us thought-provoking acrylics focused on endangered species.

    Interiors of Edmonds: Come see Bellingham artist Brett Cleveland’s beautiful metal sculpture designed to inspire tranquility in your home and in your garden.

    J Rankin Jewelers: Multi-layered color and texture create worlds of depth and beauty in the pastels of Susanne Marckx.

    KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi specializes in photographing growing bellies and newborn babes.

    Manya Vee Selects: Emily Hickman’s hammered sterling jewelry is timeless and beautiful.

    Olives Cafe & Wine Bar: Chef Michael Young’s artist parents display their engaging work on the walls. Enjoy it with a glass of wine after the Art Walk!

    Red Twig: Lise Baadh’s original oil paintings of flowers, fruit, cows and even a beetle!

    Reliable Floor Coverings: Sometimes nature’s beauty is fleeting, such as in the fingerprint left by the waves on the sand. Finn Garaas captures these for us with his camera.

    Resident Cheesemonger: Tiny bits of colorful paper become a mosaic collage in this intricate work by Crystal Davis.

    Rick Steves’ Europe: Impressionistic-style paintings by Kathleen Wolfe of Europe’s romantic countryside.

    Running In Motion: Inspired by architecture that has survived the ages, Darcy Mertz captures buildings with a fresh perspective.

    Soma Salon: In The Garden – Color photos and digital watercolors by Diane E. Miller of garden scenes and the flowers that live there.

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