Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with art, music and demonstrations during the monthly Edmonds Art Walk next Thursday, March 17 from 5-8 p.m.
Entertainment includes a book reading at Edmonds Bookshop, Friends of Fremont Drum Shop at ArtsNow Gallery, the Last Resort Band at Waterfront Coffee Shop and live music at The Loft, starting at 8 p.m.
You can also enjoy the following demonstrations: watercolors at Autumn’s Framing and Aria Studio and jewelry making at Manya Vee Selects.
Participating businesses and the artwork on display include:
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: Visit Wine Country through Debbie Harrington’s photos.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Inspired by African Folk Tales, Bill Matthews’ paintings are vibrant.
Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Enjoy Autumn’s detailed fantasy & landscape watercolors, which revive the senses with saturated color.
Bluefish: Simply elegant cat-themed paintings by Frances Downs, capturing the cat in all its glory.
C’est La Vie: Beautiful and whimsical jewelry by local artist Jennifer Lenel.
Coldwell Banker Bain: 12 works by Russian Impressionist Yuri Konyshe, currently featured in a European museum.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Jennifer Phillips and Lisa Lamoreaux enchant the sense with their shows.
Conaty Consulting: Leanne Conaty’s colorful and energetic, awaken-your-imagination paintings.
Daphne’s: Celebrate Mardi Gras with the B&W photos from New Orleans by Deanna Dusbabeck.
Edmonds Bookshop: Warm up with color-soaked photographs of faraway places by Arturo Torres, and enjoy Mark Matteson’s new novel, A Simple Choice.
Edmonds Historical Museum: Finn Garaas’ photography, capturing the natural beauty of Edmonds.
Edmonds Library: Paintings from Ron Hinson’s Alice in Wonderland series.
Edmonds Vision: Dolors Ruscha shows her handmade glass and sterling silver jewelry.
Edward Jones: The vibrant, mixed media paintings of Freeda Lapos Babson celebrate life despite its struggles.
Fabric of Life: Don’t miss the art on display here.
Frances Anderson Center: Gwenn Seemel and Becca Bernstein show portraits of the same people, done without viewing each other’s work.
Gallery North: Annual Miniature and Small Paintings Show, petite treasures!
Housewares: Vivid miniatures in pastel by Susan Dawson, inspired by nature.
Il Buffone: Chef Michael Young’s parents show their mixed media, sculptural artwork.
J Rankin Jewelers: Doug Bayley’s oils of meadows, woods and trees on Orcas Island.
KinderBritches: Get your baby fix with some sweet newborn photos by Jessica Hanaumi.
The Loft: Live music begins at 8 p.m.
Manya Vee Selects: Local jeweler Shari Both unveils a new collection of affordable jewelry with sterling and gemstones.
The Papery: Judy Macauley’s fused glass art includes tableware, jewelry and magnets.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Nature and wildlife intrigue watercolorist Ken Jacobson. His lovely imagery captures our favorite moments in nature.
Resident Cheesemonger: Full of texture and energy, Kristol Jones’ mixed media works will pick up your spirits..
Rick Steves’ Europe: Enjoy Jay Ditty’s European travel collection featuring metallic-pearlescent photos.
Saetia: Nicki Smith’s vibrant watercolors are distinguished by elegant renderings and refined brushwork.
Semantics: Colored pencil works by Ranjani Venkatachari.
Waterfront Coffee Shop: A novice unearthed by the work of her hands, Rebecca Stout paints with passion and creativity. Also live music by the Last Resort Band.