Enjoy a shot of art along with your St. Paddy’s Day

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    Pastel "Seattle 2" by Susan Dawson, who is showing at Housewares.

    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.

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