Reminder: Welcome March with art and music at Edmonds Art Walk Thursday

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Oil paintings by Joy Bezanis, including "Chianti and Grapes," are featured at Arista Wine Cellars.

Enjoy entertainment and artist demos as you stroll the streets of downtown Edmonds this Thursday, March 15, during the monthly Art Walk. Highlights of the evening, which runs from 5-8 p.m., are:

– Painting demos at Manya Vee Selects and Autumn’s Framing

– Watercolor demos at Aria Studio Gallery

– Wood turning at Xavier Salazar Woodturning

– Oldies music by The Boys at Fabric of Life, David Little piano at Edward Jones, Ron Dalton music at Wells Fargo Advisers, LLC and live music at The Loft, starting at 8 p.m.

Here are the featured artists at each location:

Aria Studio Gallery: New works in watercolor by artist Joan E Archer, scintillating photography by award-winning artist, Leah K Goodwin .

Arista Wine Cellars: Art for the Wine Lover – original paintings that capture the joy of wine, by Joy Bezanis.

ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Who We Are – a three-woman show featuring acrylic paintings by Tracy Fraker, encaustics by Lynn Scott and jewelry by Robin Westbrook.

Autumn’s Framing: Autumn Kegley’s work spans a range of themes from plein-air landscape to detailed fantasy.

C’est La Vie: Kathleen Johnson’s beautiful paintings depict her love of nature with color, humor, and affection.

Cline Jewelers: Mona Fairbanks captures local flora in monotype printmaking with a contemporary flair.

Coldwell Banker Bain: Landscapes of your own town of Seattle, by Jack Te.

Cole Gallery: Breathtaking, moody and mystical landscapes by master painter Jeff White.

Edmonds Bookshop: In Eye for an Eye an ex-CIA interrogator-turned-psychologist finds himself thrown back into the dangerous life he thought he’d left behind in Afghanistan. A novel by Joseph Vizzard, who will sign copies of his book.

Edmonds Library: Colorful abstract works by Judith Heim.

Edmonds Vision Center: Beautiful Spanish-inspired, kiln-fired glass jewelry by Dolors Ruscha.

Edward Jones: Enticing landscapes and scenes from Italy and elsewhere by Lynnea Mattson .

Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Silver, gemstones, crystals and pearls are featured in handmade jewelry by Mary Freiburger.

Frances Anderson Center: Culturally rich traditional to contemporary prints, carving, and lost and found art creations by Linley B. Logan.

Gallery North: Annual Miniature and Small Painting Show, featuring miniature and small painting originals created by local and national artists.

Housewares: Impressionist landscapes and charming scenes inspired by the travels of Diana Kingsley.

Manya Vee Selects: Colorful stylistic paintings with optimistic thoughts emblazoned – by Julie Terrell.

Reliable Floor Coverings: Vibrant flowing abstract paintings reveal a sense of calm motion, by Jennifer Thomas.

Resident Cheesemonger: Venetian plaster and acrylics make intriguing use of color and texture in these original works by Jodie Mendes.

Rick Steves’ Europe: Travel photographer, Vicki Hone Smith, shares her “Visions of Italy”.

Savvy Traveler: Water-themed photos from Chris Fleck’s extensive travels are mounted on metal, resulting in a sharp, crisp look that captures the eye.

The Papery: Handcrafted Easter chocolates to taste and purchase from Piper’s Immaculate Confections.

The Loft: Live music begins at 8 p.m.

Wells Fargo: Impressionist landscapes of the Northwest and Italy by Howard Frank.

Windermere: Graceful landscapes in watercolor by featured artist, Cynthia Esselman.

Xavier Salazar Woodworking: Handcrafted wood turnings and furniture with the occasional instrument.

 

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