Edmonds Art Walk Thursday features live music, artist displays

Painter Jim Prier exhibits his newest works during the Edmonds Art Walk Thursday.

Visit Edmonds Art Walk this Thursday, Sept. 16 from 5-8 p.m.  Enjoy the Edmonds Mural Society’s new murals plus live music, including New Age Flamenco at Arts Now – Edmonds Conference Center; Ron Dalton’s folk at Edward Jones Main Street; The Bradshaw Trio flutes at Glazed & Amazed; Fada Dada R & B at Cole Gallery and live piano at J Rankin Jewelers.

Demonstrations include Stories in Stone sculpting at Rick Steves from 6 -7 p.m.; oils at Autumn’s Framing; pearl knotting at Running In Motion; colored pencils at Semantics Gallery; Dichroic Glass at Manya Vee Selects; watercolors at Aria Studio, 6:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Artist displays include:

Aria Studio Gallery: Joan E Archer watercolors and Leah K Goodwin photography; feast your eyes on this inspiring art!
Arista Wine Cellars: Wine-themed watercolors in vivid detail by Ken Jacobson.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: ArtsNow instuctors show variety of mediums photography, collage, and painting.
Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: George Jennings’ paintings evoke peace and joy through the feminine muse.
Beige Blonde: Hand-sculpted and painted porcelain pins by Suzanne Schaefer.
Bellissimo Salon: Bold strokes, big color and determined patterns are what Jim Pirie uses to express the world in his abstract paintings.
Bluefish Designs: Inspired by the Cornwall Coast and the ocean, Nancy Farrar Coughlin’s new watercolor paintings are full of color, movement and texture.
C’est La Vie: Recently returned from Italy, photographer Vicki Hone Smith shares her evocative images in an exhibit titled “Venice: Quiet Reflections.”
Coldwell Banker Bain: Local artist and oil painter, Nancy Anderson, expresses colorful and impressionistic scenes in her work.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Nationally acclaimed Susan and Jennifer Diehl bring a luscious collection of mother-daughter works to Edmonds.
Crimson & Clover: Katherine Todd’s abstract works are contemporary, incorporating mixed media elements.
Designer Consignor: Tribal moods rule the day in silver, copper and bronze jewelry by Kristi Bowman.
Edmonds Bookshop: Tom Joselyn’s sea-life inspired mobiles, windchimes and other fine pottery pieces.
Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Bold swashes of vivid color capture people and nature in Sid Carden’s paintings.
Edmonds Library: Enjoy Paulette Johnson’s pastels
Edward Jones – 5th Ave: Kurt Jensen’s photographic art features both traditional and digital techniques.
Edward Jones – Main St: Vibrant and textural abstract paintings by Joy Rome.
Frances Anderson Center: Contrasts in Calligraphy – Traditional Japanese Calligraphy by Iyoko Okano plus group exhibit by Write on Calligraphers            .
Gallery North: Through the Gateway – JR Hawse’s colorful collection of landscape and wildlife acrylic paintings.
Garden Gear: Garden Goddess and metal flowers made from recycled materials that gain character with age by Kim Groff-Harrington.
Houseware: Enjoy the landscape and nature scenes in photography by Jeff Krewson.
Interiors of Edmonds: Paula Ensign’s plein aire oil paintings capture moments of tranquility in our lovely Northwest.
J Rankin Jewelers: Color and texture tantalize the senses as Mark Berkey lays it on thick in his abstract acrylic works.
KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi’s photographs of the sweetest little babies in town.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Photography by Laurie Z – evocative images intended to intrigue, awe, and inspire.
Resident Cheesemonger: Charming 3D wooden letters are customized to capture all the favorite things of a beloved child. Fran Downs works her magic.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Enjoy panoramic photographs by Bob Sears of Europe’s great icons.
Running In Motion: Superbly designed and knotted jewelry incorporating pearls and gemstones, by Eva Ziegler.
Semantics Gallery: Gary Greene, colored pencil demonstration, Pamela Harold, watercolors.
Soma Salon: Landscape and nature in pen, ink, and paint by Terry Christopherson.

  1. The Loft cafe + social lounge on January 20th will host a local artist Annette Therson featuring murals and paint techniques.
    Live music by saxophonist and flute player Danny Welsh starting at 6:00pm!
    Please provide this info in to your web site.
    Thank you!
    The Loft cafe + social lounge

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