Holiday art and music at this Thursday’s Edmonds Art Walk

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    Stacie Chappell displays her latest works during the Edmonds Third Thursday Art Walk.

    Enjoy the spirit of the season at the Edmonds Art Walk this Thursday from 5-8 p.m., including the live music of the Jazz Chicks at Arts Now in the Edmonds Conference Center and Matt Meldon on piano at My Edmonds News sponsor J. Rankin Jewelers.

    Demonstrations include a screening of a Christmas television special at Rick Steves’ Europe Through the Back Door at 7 p.m., chocolate at Manya Vee Selects and watercolors at Aria Studio, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.

    Locations and artists are:

    Aria Studio Gallery: Joan E Archer watercolors and Leah K Goodwin photography from around the world.
    Arista Wine Cellars: Wine-themed watercolors by Joel Patience.
    ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Retrospective of Stacie Chappell’s playful paintings
    Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Autumn Kegley’s watercolors encompass themes from landscape to fantasy and figurative.
    Bluefish Designs: Mike Sabatini’s scenic and nature photography depicts the beauty of Edmonds and the Pacific NW.
    C’est La Vie: Local jeweler Marcia Goddard combines crystals with sterling for holiday sparkle.
    Coldwell Banker Bain: Olga Zakharova’s watercolors are exquisitely rendered impressionist landscapes.
    Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Expressive new realism from acclaimed Alaskan oil painter Beth Flor.
    Crimson & Clover: Color, texture and form are the marks of the successful abstract paintings of DJ Sandler.
    Designer Consignor: Mural notecards available here.
    Edmonds Bookshop: Dollapalloza moves north! Enjoy Cindy Burdell’s handmade, personable cloth dolls for all ages.
    Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Jewelry by Michelle Whalen, and intricate mosaics by Dawn Zaharis.
    Edmonds Library: Enjoy former mayor Gary Haakensen’s photography.
    Edward Jones: Original paintings by Aleksandr Kargopoltsev & Yuri Konisheff featuring still life, portraits, and landscapes.
    Fabric of Life: Photos by Arturo Torres and sculpture by Saskia Gregory.
    Frances Anderson Center: d’Elaine Johnson featured, as well as pieces from the Arts Festival museum. .
    Gallery North: Wax and Wood – encaustic paintings by John VandeBrooke, woodturned collectables by Stan Rust.
    Glazed and Amazed: Amber Salinas photography – she can make anything happen for you!
    Housewares: A new collection of small paintings of NW scenes, and lovely still lifes, by Colleen Lambert.
    Interiors of Edmonds: Designer Noreen Jobe’s bejeweled shadow boxes in both contemporary and traditional styles.
    J Rankin Jewelers: Local artist Laurie Piper shows her portraits of pets and people.
    KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi’s photographs specialize in belly bumps and babies!
    Manya Vee Selects: Edmonds’ own master chocolatier, Immaculate Confections, offers her truffles and turtles.
    MuShoe: Kathy Sparkman is back with her one-of-a-kind jewelry for the holidays.
    Naturopathic Dermatology: Tibet and Iceland await, in the exquisite black and white photography of Kim Hood.
    Olives: Chef Michael Young’s parents show their mixed media, sculptural work.
    Ombu Salon: Check out our local creative talent at Ombu.
    Red Twig: Join us to view our new Portland artist’s work.
    Reliable Floor Coverings: Impressionist works in oil by Bonnie Hodges.
    Resident Cheesemonger: Artistic gift choices from Karen Ulvestad.
    Rick Steves’ Europe: European-themed art work by staff members.
    Running In Motion: Barbara Smith’s jewelry incorporates stones, metals and glass.
    Semantics Gallery: Check out the new art available here.
    Soma Salon: Timeless photography from around the world by Kirsty Lee.

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