Whether you haven’t started your holiday shopping or just need to pick up a few items, you’ll have a perfect opportunity at this Thursday’s Edmonds Art Walk.
Enjoy entertainment, too, as the TJ Kottsick Quartet plays holiday tunes at ArtsNow Gallery, Kelsey Dunlap is on harp at Wells Fargo Advisors, Dan Voetmann performs at Saetia and live music starts in The Loft at 8 p.m.
In addition, Pam Stucky will sign copies of her book “Letters from Wishing Rock: A Novel with Recipes,” at the Edmonds Bookshop. (See our earlier interview with Stucky here.)
Here’s a complete list of Thursday’s artists:
Aria Studio Gallery: Demos in watercolor and new oils by artist Joan E Archer; photography that is truly inspiriing by artist Leah K Goodwin.
Arista Wine Cellars: The Boykos present beautiful turned wood wine bottle stoppers and more.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Cheryl Richey’s powerful mixed-media paintings are like haiku poems–elegant visual metaphors for profound truths.
Bluefish Designs: Mike Sabatini’s scenic and nature photography depicts the beauty of Edmonds and the Pacific Northwest.
C’est La Vie: Add a little sparkle to the holidays with gorgeous, hand-crafted jewelry by Edmonds artist Patricia Mackey. Beautifully made, nicely priced.
Cline Jewelers: Pat Brier unveils new digital conceptualizations for striking self-exploration. Pat’s a fantastic artist and someone to see.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Ten Ladies Painting – a group of artists who meet monthly to critique each other’s works, and inspire each other on to greater heights.
Cole Gallery: Gorgeous new pastel paintings by Sheila Evans featuring an intimate view of leaves.
Edmonds Bookshop: Book signing of Letters from Wishing Rock: A Novel with Recipes, by Pam Stucky.
Edmonds Frame Design & Atelier: Enjoy Jennifer Patterson’s beautiful, one-of-a-kind statement piece necklaces, bracelets and earrings, portraying gemstones and pearls.
Edmonds Historical Museum: Magical mosaic holiday ornaments in glistening whites by Karen Healey.
Edmonds Library: Mixed media works by Anita West.
Edmonds Vision Center: Come see Dolors Ruscha’s beautiful kiln-fused glass jewelry. Don’t miss the sparkle for the Season!
Edward Jones: Mesmerizing and unique floral portraits by David McCrae. Holiday ornaments and adornments by Dolly Haakenson.
Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Whimsical one-of-a-kind mosaics by Malika Dundon.
Gallery North: A collection of watercolor landscapes by Kim Caldwell, and lampwork jewelry by JR Hawse.
Garden Gear: Urban nests & garden goddesses by Kim Groff-Harrington, who uses recycled materials to create one-of-a-kind garden art.
Housewares: A life-like painting of your beloved pet makes a unique gift someone will treasure for years. Colleen Lambert offers her skills tonight.
J Rankin Jewelers: Breathtaking nature photos, often taken from an airplane, offer a unique perspective by Payam Nashery.
Manya Vee Selects: Sparkly gifts of dichroic glass jewelry and fused glass by Gale Franko.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Colorful paintings filled with positive imagery are vibrant additions to any room or office – by Ivette Bayo.
Resident Cheesemonger: Hand-knit hats and scarves make a perfect gift this holiday season. Eleanor Anderson creates these soft treasures just for you.
Rick Steves’ Europe: See a variety of European-themed artwork from our talented staff.
Saetia: Danish designer Isle Jacobsen’s newest rain jackets – a combo of Scandinavian simplicity and international flare, these beautiful pieces are both functional and feminine.
Savvy Traveler: Get your artistic holiday cards here this evening, by local photographer Carol Marty. Colorful, unique and fun!
Semantics Gallery: The Colored Pencil Society of America’s 20th anniversary show.
The Papery: Dean Robertson’s light-weight, organic jewelry made locally from reclaimed wood. Great Christmas gifts.
The Loft: Live music begins at 8pm.
Wells Fargo: SparkDesigns – unique and unusual jewelry art. Great for holiday giving or receiving!
Windermere: Stunning art photography by Connie Finley.