Art, demonstrations and live music abound at this Thursday’s Edmonds Art Walk, from 5-8 p.m.
Entertainment highlights include:
– David Little on piano at Edward Jones
– Ensemble music at ArtsNow Gallery
– Quirky tunes by Ron Dalton at Glazed & Amazed
– Flute music by Deb Hutchison at Garden Gear
– Singer-songwriter Dan Voetmann at Saetia
– Those Guys at Manya Vee Selects
– Live piano music at J Rankin Jewelers.
– Classical cello & 2 flutes at Wells Fargo
– Live music at The Loft, starting at 8 p.m.
And here are the artists on display:
Aria Studio Gallery: Joan E Archer’s watercolors and oils of local and European scenes; Leah K Goodwin’s photography from around the world
Arista Wine Cellars: David Edge’s wine bottle art, transforming them into beautiful trays and bowls .
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Juried show of photographs from Ray Pfortner’s “Shoot to Show” class.
ARTSplash: 6th Annual ARTSplash with 2D and 3D art from over 40 artists. (See our profile of ARTSplash here.)
Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Autumn Kegley’s landscapes and fantasy works.
Salon Beige Blonde: Robin Westbrook’s colorful jewelry for summer.
Bluefish Designs: Marsha Miller’s pastels reflect an appreciation for natural beauty.
Bountiful Home: Jessica Voelker’s art is a medley of wax, decorative papers, and paint
Breakthrough Partners: Celebrate diversity in art: Guatemalan art by Wilber Gonzalez; Latin American handicrafts .
C’est La Vie: The best of the best photography from ECC students “Shoot to Show” program run by Ray Pfortner
Cline Jewelers: Meet the three winners of Cline Jewelers’ “Top Jewelry Designer” Competition.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Tralisa Hogue interprets a youthful non-compromising view through her lens
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Bev Jozwiak watercolors featuring lively, subjects from figurative to whimsical crows .
Conaty Consulting: Energetic abstract paintings by Leanne Conaty.
Daphne’s: Guitars become the canvas for original paintings by Doug Keith.
Edmonds Bookshop: Dramatic photographs on canvas of world travels and local scenes by Colin Johnson.
Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Jennifer Patterson loves gemstones and pearls!
Edmonds Historical Museum: Northwest scenery is a favorite subject for painter Joy Nolcini .
Edmonds Library: Mixed media works by Lynn Scott and Tracy Fraker
Edward Jones: Impressionist oils of landscapes and still life by Russian artist Olga Zakharova .
Edmonds Vision Center: Dolors Ruscha’s dichroic glass and sterling silver jewelry.
Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Whimsical garden artistry to fill your garden by Dena Votaw.
Frances Anderson Center: Sculptor’s Workshop exhibit.
Gallery North: Flat Art From The Press: A collection of bright and colorful monoprints by Bonnie AuBuchon and Mary Anderson .
Garden Gear: Meditative animal sculptures by Michael Gentilucci bring peace to your garden.
Glazed & Amazed: Quirky tunes by Ron Dalton .
Housewares: Wine and nature photos by Finn Garaas .
Interiors of Edmonds: You’ll think you’re in Paris when you see the Fauvist oil paintings and prints of Seattle artist Art Messer .
J Rankin Jewelers: Abstract and Jazz Paintings by Brenda Johnson and Scott Davis
KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi’s gallery wrapped canvases of beautiful babies and bellies
Manya Vee Selects: Summer collection unveiled! Hammered silver jewelry by Emily Hickman
Reliable Floor Coverings: Vivid acrylics by Sid Carden
Resident Cheesemonger: Tribal-inspired jewelry by Kristi Bowman-Gruel.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Carole Van Loo’s paintings inspired by travels through Europe
Saetia: Pat Brier unveils new digital conceptualizations, incorporating her original drawings and photography for striking self-exploration
Savvy Traveler: Captivating travel photos by Angela Joyce. .
Semantics Gallery: Pam Harold’s exquisite watercolors.
Soma Salon: Kristy Lee’s urban underground photography.
The Papery: Unique pins, necklaces, and earring “joolery” in polymer clay by Linda Hicks.
The Loft: Live music begins at 8pm.
Waterfront Coffee: Slavik Chegarnov has brought Edmonds to light with his blue gray scheme and local scenes.
Wells Fargo: Check out 4D Architects’ unique designs for sustainable homes, including scale models .
Windermere: Impressionist landscapes by Glenn Raschick.