Fall in love with fall during Edmonds Art Walk Thursday
Fall is in the air in picturesque downtown Edmonds as the Art Walk returns this Thursday, Nov. 15, from 5-8 p.m.
The night’s exhibition schedule is included below. For more information or Art Walk maps, visit EdmondsArtWalk.org.
-Jazz Pearls Music at ArtsNow Conference Center
-Jackson and Anthony jazz at Red Petal Cakes
-Ron Dalton at Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
A. T. Jewelers: Enjoy Sandra Miner’s charmingly distinctive oil and wax paintings.
Aria Studio Gallery: New paintings and watercolor demo by Joan E Archer; photography from around the world by Leah K Goodwin.
Arista Wine Cellars: Enjoy scrumptious Holiday Wine Tasting at Arista Wine Cellars this evening!
ArtsNow Gallery: ‘Tis the Season for Quilts – Holiday and seasonal quilts fashioned by members of Quilters Anonymous.
ARTspot Edmonds: Join mother daughter art duo Mona & Alyssa Fairbanks for an artistic menagerie. Browse through delightful art and holiday gifts.
Bluefish Designs: Dave Peterson’s watercolors invoke joy in everyday life and our surroundings.
C’est La Vie: Keli Sim DeRitis gets her inspiration from Italian pottery designs and European villages she’s visited.
Cline Jewelers: Kathy Rinaldi’s water media paintings and printmaking are alive with color, movement and depth.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Unique, one of a kind,handmade Copper, Bronze and Fine Silver organic jewelry designs by Kristi Bowman.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Joe MacKechnie paints the world of extreme outdoor activities, including rock climbing, kayaking,and more!
Dayton Street Studio: Serene black and white photos of our Northwest wild lands are the specialty of Jeff Krewson.
Edmonds Bookshop: Speaking coach and cancer-survivor Mary Anne Dorward shares Words to Thrive By, powerful stories of courage & hope.
Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Kiraya Kestin shows her original paintings and metal jewelry, along with her own children’s book Hammy.
Edmonds Historical Society: Beautiful art photography by Jarod Pace, featuring scenes and water themes of our endlessly beautiful Northwest.
Edmonds Library: Edmonds resident James Martin exhibit of paintings, on loan from Foster White Gallery.
Edmonds Masonic Temple: Vivid acrylics by Elizabeth Kemp; Paper collage paintings by Crystal Davis; Wine bottle trays and platters by Kristol Jones; Handmade gifts by Jillian Yuhas.
Edmonds Vision Center: Art photography by Kari Schertzinger features a variety of subjects. Colorful dichroic glass jewelry by Dolors Ruscha.
Edward Jones – Main St: Dolly and Gary Haakenson team up featuring Gary’s vibrant photos and Dolly’s striking Holiday seashell decorations.
Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Expert drumming instructor Bill Matthews paints acrylic canvases that are African themed.
Frances Anderson Center: Ben Thal’s wooden whirligigs have up to thirty moving parts and gears setting his artwork in motion. Also Karen Simonson’s abstract paintings in the EAFF Gallery.
Gallery North: Undersea photography and watercolor paintings by Mary Bess Johnson & Darlene Lucas explore Mysterious Realms: Beneath and Beyond.
Garden Gear: Beautiful hand blown glass bamboo sculptures, mushrooms, floats by Bob Rice for home and garden. Refreshments & treats will be served.
Housewares: With telephoto lenses and extreme patience, Jan Viney captures birds in ways we rarely see.
Interiors of Edmonds: Dusty Koenig has created dk designs, an artistic jewelry line providing women timeless pieces that add interest to any look.
J Rankin Jewelers: Joy Nolcini’s paintings feature landscapes and scenes from our beloved Northwest.
Manya Vee Selects: Angie Heinrich’s mosaic mirrors, frames, jewelry boxes and candle cups reflect a love of ancient Moroccan architecture.
Rebekah’s Boutique: The magic of dichroic glass, encased in spirals of gold and silver wire, make for beautiful jewelry by Lauryn MacGregor.
Red Petal Cakes: Misha Perritt captures stylish women enjoying their favorite cocktail with a bold, graphic expression.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Enjoy mixed media paintings inspired by Chloe Wicks’ travels in Europe.
Saetia: Women’s accessories by Tammy Winslow made with vintage pins and earrings.
Savvy Traveler: Laurie Zak-Richardson’s color photographs capture the abundant beauty, intriguing uniqueness and often unnoticed quirkiness of her various travel adventures.
Soma Salon: Be sure to stop by and enjoy Bonnie Black’s striking watercolors on exhibition here this evening!
The Papery: Unique outdoor “ever-blooming” glass flowers by Sandy Dahlberg brighten any garden. Refreshments served.
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC: Come travel the landscape of the female torso constructed by Barbara Wyatt of layering of coiled colored clays.
Xavier Salazar Woodworking: Get a jump on Christmas with some new wood turned bottle stoppers and pens by Xavier Salazar and Bob Julin.