From African music and dance to a book signing to a poetry reading, the Edmonds Art Walk offers something for everyone this Thursday from 5-8 p.m. Here’s the lineup:
Aria Studio Gallery: Featuring Joan E. Archer’s oils and Leah K. Goodwin’s stunning photography.
Arista Wine Cellars: Colorful and funky, Donn Longie’s paintings celebrate the joy of wine.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Bill Mathews vibrant paintings, inspired by African folk tales, are evocative of the ethereal world of Marc Chagall and the colorful rhythmic language of Jacob Lawrence.
Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Brilliant tones permeate Autumn’s richly detailed fantasy & landscape watercolors.
Bluefish: Peggy Barnett captures amazing and intimate moments in nature with her lens.
C’est La Vie: Julie Anne’s exquisite collection is composed of specially selected and preserved flowers pressed and framed under glass.
Champions Real Estate: Youthful expressions of award-winning work by Meadowdale High School students through the camera.
Cline Jewelers: Molly Winton’s vessels made from wood on a wood lathe, with many enhanced various techniques including wood burning, branding and carving.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Large watercolor paintings capturing the grace and radiance of flowers by Alexandra Tufnell.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Patty Forte Linna brings brand new pastels featuring the passion of fashion.
Daphne’s: Full of texture and intrigue, Jeff Krewson’s black and white photos of natural wondors make you take a closer look.
Edmonds Bookshop: Erika Michael, Martha Silano, Joan Swift and Richard Wakefield reading their poetry at 6:30 p.m.
Edmonds Frame Design & Atelier: David McCrae’s unusual flower photos offer a whole new way to see these amazing works of nature’s art.
Edmonds Historical Museum: Ken Sjodin unveils new photographs celebrating the 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: Rivers of Washington is a lovely series of watercolors by Diana Fairbanks, who will also sign her book Back Roads of Washington.
Fabric of Life: Intricate beading, unique mixed mediums, Wearable jewelry art by the Crabb Sisters.
Frances Anderson Center: Subjective – Gwenn Seemel and Becca Bernstein show portraits of the same people, done without viewing each other’s work.
Gallery North: The Faux Show: Faux paintings celebrate famous artists.
Garden Gear & Gallery: Celebrating spring by adding arts to the garden; birds stake made from steel and rocks, and colorful blown glass spiral stake.
Housewares: Impressionist works in oil by Edmonds artist Bonnie Hodges.
Interiors of Edmonds: Enjoy the works of various artists on display.
J Rankin Jewelers: Sea Studio Photography presents fine art-style wedding photography of Northwest brides and grooms.
KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi photographs parents-to-be and their sweet newborn babies.
The Loft: Live music begins at 8 p.m.
Manya Vee Selects: Edmonds’ own Immaculate Confections is on hand just before Easter to fill you up with chocolate eggs, truffles, and more.
Il Buffone: Chef Michael Young’s parents show their mixed media, sculptural artwork.
The Papery: Jeannine Langerud shows her lovely local and European floral photographs.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Edmonds artist John de Koekkoek uses a variety of media to capture his inspirations.
Resident Cheesemonger: Carolyn Votaw’s intricate pen and ink architectural drawings from Europe, along with her photography.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Come enjoy a photographic tour through southern Italy and Dubrovnik through the lens of Debbie Harrington.
Saetia: Dusty Koenig’s interesting semiprecious gemstone, pearls and crystal jewelry with sterling silver.
Semantics: New work by Robert Olander.
Soma Salon: Widely recognized for her talent for capturing unforgettable moments, Weatherly Schiele’s photography is not to be missed.
Waterfront Coffee Shop: Chef Vickie delights with her spring fruit smoothies and pastries.