Getting up close and personal on Edmonds Art Studio Tour

659
0
Andy Eccleshall opened up his Westgate area studio to the annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour.  Known for his large canvases featuring dramatic skies and landscapes, Andy's works include several downtown murals, the montage of Hollywood stars in the Edmonds Theater, and stairwell mural in the Public Safety Building.  He is among the featured artists at Edmonds' Cole Gallery.
Andy Eccleshall opened up his Westgate area studio to the annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour. Known for his large canvases featuring dramatic skies and landscapes, Andy’s works include several downtown murals, the montage of Hollywood stars in the Edmonds Theater, and stairwell mural in the Public Safety Building. He is among the featured artists at Edmonds’ Cole Gallery.

Watch Larry Vogel interview fabric artist Heather McGilvray on My Edmonds News TV here.

Larry Vogel dropped in on an assortment of private artist studios Saturday as part of 9th annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour. The self-guided tour, which continues from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday, is a once-a-year opportunity to visit 23 private studios displaying the work of 42 local artists. You can purchase finished work, see new art being created, or just visit and ask questions.  You can download a tour map here.

The Studio Tours gives local artist a way to promote their work in the community.  Here Mary Bess Johnson, who specializes in artistic underwater photography, sells one of her pieces to a studio tour visitor.  Johnson's work is featured at Edmonds' Gallery North.
The Studio Tours gives local artist a way to promote their work in the community. Here Mary Bess Johnson, who specializes in artistic underwater photography, sells one of her pieces to a studio tour visitor. Johnson’s work is featured at Edmonds’ Gallery North.
Autumn Kegley, a dedicated plein air artist, is drawn to seascapes and naturally weathered driftwood and rock formations.  Her subjects include familiar Edmonds scenes from the waterfront, Brackett's Landing and the Olympic View Drive pocket park.
Autumn Kegley, a dedicated plein air artist, is drawn to seascapes and naturally weathered driftwood and rock formations. Her subjects include familiar Edmonds scenes from the waterfront, Brackett’s Landing and the Olympic View Drive pocket park.
Robin Westbrook explains her custom jewelry to a studio tour participant.
Robin Westbrook explains her custom jewelry to a studio tour participant.
 Cheryl Hufnagel specializes in animal portraits and landscapes.
Cheryl Hufnagel specializes in animal portraits and landscapes.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here