Edmonds Art Walk this Thursday to feature encaustic demos, music, paintings, photography
ARTspot gallery owner Tracy Felix will demonstrate how to create an encaustic work as part of this Thursday’s Art Walk in downtown Edmonds.
The Third Thursday Art Walk runs from 5-8 p.m. Sept. 19. Participation is free.
Live music performances during the evening include:
-Bill Derry at C’est La Vie
-Those Guys at MaJe Gallery
-TJ Kottsick jazz at ArtsNow Gallery
-David Little piano at Edward Jones
-Solar Jazz at Fabric of Life
Art activities include:
A. T. Jewelers: A. T. Jewelers’ own Greg Wilson showcases his newest designs with a wax carving demonstration.
Aria Studio Gallery: Original paintings by local artist Joan E Archer; photography by local artist Leah K Goodwin; demos begin at 6:30pm!
Arista Wine Cellars: Artist and local winery owner Amy Glase paints wall angels. Demonstration!
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Father and son, Ron and Jason Hicks bringing their love of nature, water, and fly fishing to mixed media.
ARTspot Edmonds: Kim Brayman is painting shoes for BirdFest out front. Owner Tracy Felix is demonstrating encaustics in the studio!
C’est La Vie: Meet designers Shakira and Michelle from A to Z Tees! Luxurious fabrics provide comfort and fashion, basics to chic!
Cline Jewelers: Lynn McManus creates cast, slumped, draped, woven, blown glass pieces that are functional and whimsical.
Coldwell Banker Bain: As a painter, Phyllis Thornton, emphasizes the importance of color and light to dramatize the subject.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Two great painters ~ Marcio Diaz features his “Bubblism” and Jennifer Diehls brings retro-inspired Impressionism.
Dayton Street Studio: Serene photos of remote lakes and streams in our beautiful Northwest are brought to us by Jeff Krewson.
Edmonds Bookshop: Lovely carved birds by Bob Rinehart celebrate the fall migration and Edmonds Birdsfest. Demonstration!
Edmonds Library: Enjoy Mimi Williams lino block Prints on display in the library.
Edmonds Masonic Temple: Paintings by Jahn, Kemp, Dingman, and Dundon. Wood by Tator. Jewelry by Dingman Duo, Mosaic by Cubbage, Dog Treats by Welcome Waggin.
Edmonds Vision Center: Beautiful and colorful art photography by Julia Akoury-Thiel will brighten your day.
Edward Jones: Take a trip via the vibrant travel photography of Debbie Harrington.
Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Julie Van Tosh Photography displays black/white prints and custom cards.
Gallery North: “Falling for Colored Pencil” by the Colored Pencil Society of America at Gallery North’s new location at 401 Main Street.
Frances Anderson Center: Judith Larsen pays tribute to journalists, after becoming alarmed by the number of journalists being killed.
Glazed and Amazed: One of a kind fused glass bowls, coasters and jewelry, by Judith Larsen. Demonstration!
Housewares: Handcrafted 100% beeswax candles by Michelle Catlin. Rolled tapers, tea lights & votives. Refreshments served.
Interiors of Edmonds: If you missed Susan Waite’s beautiful landscapes and garden scenes at the Edmonds Arts Festival, see them here!
Kate Alisé: Beautiful and serene watercolor landscapes by Edmonds artist Connie Nelson.
MaJe Gallery: Boodlebags! Hand-made purses of vinylized cotton by Angela Anderson. Charming fabrics, excellent design.
Otherworlds: Sculpted found objects, and art books, illustrating imagined worlds by Elizabeth Beronich Sheets and Yvette Endrijautzki.
RBC Wealth Management: See a whole new side of Edmonds – favorite views and ones you never knew existed – in the photography of Jeanie Blair.
Red Petal Coffee House: Catch the best scenes, captured on film and mounted on metal, from Chris Fleck’s latest travels.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Oil paintings of urban scenes, capturing buildings along with surrounding environment, is the textural work of Margarita Jordache.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Charlette Haugen’s watercolor paintings highlighting architectural images in a number of continental settings.
Stunningly Strange Gallery: Brand new encaustic collages with pressed flowers and sweet characters by Kaitlin Phillips Goodey.
The Papery: Colorful, expressive, inspired and whimsical; functional& sculptural hand-crafted pottery by Julie Perrine. Refreshments served.
Windermere Real Estate: Specializing in unique, handcrafted seed-bead and fashion jewelry designs by Sheila Koenig.
Xavier Salazar Woodworking: Stop by to enjoy Xavier’s new turned-wood wonders! A delight for the eyes!