Visit Edmonds Art Walk Thursday, Oct. 21 from 5-8 p.m., where you can see Samuel Beckett’s “Embers” at Arts Now – Edmonds Conference Center, enjoy a free chair massage at Red Twig, and watch demonstrations that include glass cutting at Running In Motion, oils at Autumn’s Framing, bead-working at Manya Vee Selects and watercolors at Aria Studio.
Here’s the schedule:
Aria Studio Gallery: Photography by Leah K Goodwin depicting her travels; demos in watercolor by Joan E Archer; paintings in oil and watercolor by Joan E Archer.
Arista Wine Cellars: Renee McKay’s original paintings on wine boxes offers a fresh perspective.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Visual Delights – ArtWork Retrospective – Stacie Chappell’s acrylics.
Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Enjoy Autumn’s new plein-air and figurative oil and watercolor paintings.
Bluefish Designs: Mixed media artist Bee Shay, author and instructor from Nantucket shows her beautiful collage work.
C’est La Vie: Zalman Berkowitz’s vivid, highly organized abstract oil paintings are reminiscent of cubism.
Coldwell Banker Bain: International award-winning wildlife photographer Caryl Utigard.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Andy Eccleshall brings a stunning array of atmospheric skyscapes and landscape paintings.
Crimson & Clover: Black and white photos by Jeff Krewson celebrate intricate and unusual patterns in nature.
Designer Consignor: Edmonds Mural prints available here this night.
Edmonds Bookshop: Lisa Myers Bulmash’s assemblages incorporating found objects, paper, & acrylic to delight your imagination.
Edmonds Library: Enjoy Paulette Johnson’s pastel paintings.
Edward Jones – 5th Ave: View photos by the winners of the Rotary Club’s recent contest of Edmonds photography!
Edward Jones – Main St: Winston Rockwell’s nature photography is so amazing, he’s even been published in National Geographic.
Frances Anderson Center: A joint exhibit with Iyoko Okano’s traditional Japanese calligraphy and a group exhibit by members of Write on Calligraphers.
Gallery North: Journey to the Southwest – a colorful collection of paintings and pottery by Christine Meshew and Mara Sparks.
Housewares: Intricately detailed cityscapes by former architect Bud Erickson.
Interiors of Edmonds: Come see new works by nationally recognized artist David Marty.
J Rankin Jewelers: Flower and leaf portraits against black showcase nature in a whole new way in David McCrae’s photography.
KinderBritches: Timeless photographs of sweet baby faces, toes, fingers and tummies by Jessica Hanaumi.
Manya Vee Selects: Robin Westbrook’s woven tubes of silver and 18-karat gold slide onto a chain for a soft yet visually intriguing look. Mix and match your own style.
mu • shoe: Wonderfully whimsical paintings…full of color and touching subject matter by Angela Hoskins.
Naturopathic Dermatology: Stacy Anderson beautifully captures the interplay of light and shadow in nature with her photography.
Ombu Salon + Spa: Check out the interesting new originals at Ombu Salon + Spa this month.
Red Twig: Original oil paintings by Lise Baadh feature flowers, fruit, cows and even a beetle.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Finding splendor in the mundane, Kari Schertzinger’s photos celebrate the path less traveled.
Resident Cheesemonger: See Suzanne Schaefer’s intricately realistic watercolors that celebrate nature, along with her hand-sculpted porcelain blessing pins.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Joel Patience’s watercolor paintings of European scenes.
Running In Motion: Marja Huhta’s fused glass and sterling jewelry is quite different from others out there. Check it out. Great holiday gifts!
Saetia: Zeck is a Seattle-based mixed-media artist with pieces in many private and public collections.
Soma Salon: Diane Miller presents “In The Garden” – Color photos and digital watercolors of garden scenes and the flowers that live there.