Visit Edmonds Art Walk this Thursday, Sept. 16 from 5-8 p.m. Enjoy the Edmonds Mural Society’s new murals plus live music, including New Age Flamenco at Arts Now – Edmonds Conference Center; Ron Dalton’s folk at Edward Jones Main Street; The Bradshaw Trio flutes at Glazed & Amazed; Fada Dada R & B at Cole Gallery and live piano at J Rankin Jewelers.
Demonstrations include Stories in Stone sculpting at Rick Steves from 6 -7 p.m.; oils at Autumn’s Framing; pearl knotting at Running In Motion; colored pencils at Semantics Gallery; Dichroic Glass at Manya Vee Selects; watercolors at Aria Studio, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.
Artist displays include:
Aria Studio Gallery: Joan E Archer watercolors and Leah K Goodwin photography; feast your eyes on this inspiring art!
Arista Wine Cellars: Wine-themed watercolors in vivid detail by Ken Jacobson.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: ArtsNow instuctors show variety of mediums photography, collage, and painting.
Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: George Jennings’ paintings evoke peace and joy through the feminine muse.
Beige Blonde: Hand-sculpted and painted porcelain pins by Suzanne Schaefer.
Bellissimo Salon: Bold strokes, big color and determined patterns are what Jim Pirie uses to express the world in his abstract paintings.
Bluefish Designs: Inspired by the Cornwall Coast and the ocean, Nancy Farrar Coughlin’s new watercolor paintings are full of color, movement and texture.
C’est La Vie: Recently returned from Italy, photographer Vicki Hone Smith shares her evocative images in an exhibit titled “Venice: Quiet Reflections.”
Coldwell Banker Bain: Local artist and oil painter, Nancy Anderson, expresses colorful and impressionistic scenes in her work.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Nationally acclaimed Susan and Jennifer Diehl bring a luscious collection of mother-daughter works to Edmonds.
Crimson & Clover: Katherine Todd’s abstract works are contemporary, incorporating mixed media elements.
Designer Consignor: Tribal moods rule the day in silver, copper and bronze jewelry by Kristi Bowman.
Edmonds Bookshop: Tom Joselyn’s sea-life inspired mobiles, windchimes and other fine pottery pieces.
Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Bold swashes of vivid color capture people and nature in Sid Carden’s paintings.
Edmonds Library: Enjoy Paulette Johnson’s pastels
Edward Jones – 5th Ave: Kurt Jensen’s photographic art features both traditional and digital techniques.
Edward Jones – Main St: Vibrant and textural abstract paintings by Joy Rome.
Frances Anderson Center: Contrasts in Calligraphy – Traditional Japanese Calligraphy by Iyoko Okano plus group exhibit by Write on Calligraphers .
Gallery North: Through the Gateway – JR Hawse’s colorful collection of landscape and wildlife acrylic paintings.
Garden Gear: Garden Goddess and metal flowers made from recycled materials that gain character with age by Kim Groff-Harrington.
Houseware: Enjoy the landscape and nature scenes in photography by Jeff Krewson.
Interiors of Edmonds: Paula Ensign’s plein aire oil paintings capture moments of tranquility in our lovely Northwest.
J Rankin Jewelers: Color and texture tantalize the senses as Mark Berkey lays it on thick in his abstract acrylic works.
KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi’s photographs of the sweetest little babies in town.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Photography by Laurie Z – evocative images intended to intrigue, awe, and inspire.
Resident Cheesemonger: Charming 3D wooden letters are customized to capture all the favorite things of a beloved child. Fran Downs works her magic.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Enjoy panoramic photographs by Bob Sears of Europe’s great icons.
Running In Motion: Superbly designed and knotted jewelry incorporating pearls and gemstones, by Eva Ziegler.
Semantics Gallery: Gary Greene, colored pencil demonstration, Pamela Harold, watercolors.
Soma Salon: Landscape and nature in pen, ink, and paint by Terry Christopherson.