Edmonds Art Walk Thursday: Enjoy art, a play – even a free massage

Edmonds muralist and painter Andy Eccleshall is exhibiting his new work "Uplift" and others at Cole Gallery during the Edmonds Art Walk Thursday.

Visit Edmonds Art Walk Thursday, Oct. 21 from 5-8 p.m., where you can see Samuel Beckett’s “Embers” at Arts Now – Edmonds Conference Center, enjoy a free chair massage at Red Twig, and watch demonstrations that include glass cutting at Running In Motion, oils at Autumn’s Framing, bead-working at Manya Vee Selects and watercolors at Aria Studio.

Here’s the schedule:

Aria Studio Gallery: Photography by Leah K Goodwin depicting her travels; demos in watercolor by Joan E Archer; paintings in oil and watercolor by Joan E Archer.

Arista Wine Cellars: Renee McKay’s original paintings on wine boxes offers a fresh perspective.

ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Visual Delights – ArtWork Retrospective – Stacie Chappell’s acrylics.
Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Enjoy Autumn’s new plein-air and figurative oil and watercolor paintings.
Bluefish Designs: Mixed media artist Bee Shay, author and instructor from Nantucket shows her beautiful collage work.
C’est La Vie: Zalman Berkowitz’s vivid, highly organized abstract oil paintings are reminiscent of cubism.
Coldwell Banker Bain: International award-winning wildlife photographer Caryl Utigard.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Andy Eccleshall brings a stunning array of atmospheric skyscapes and landscape paintings.
Crimson & Clover: Black and white photos by Jeff Krewson celebrate intricate and unusual patterns in nature.
Designer Consignor: Edmonds Mural prints available here this night.
Edmonds Bookshop: Lisa Myers Bulmash’s assemblages incorporating found objects, paper, & acrylic to delight your imagination.
Edmonds Library: Enjoy Paulette Johnson’s pastel paintings.
Edward Jones – 5th Ave: View photos by the winners of the Rotary Club’s recent contest of Edmonds photography!
Edward Jones – Main St: Winston Rockwell’s nature photography is so amazing, he’s even been published in National Geographic.
Frances Anderson Center: A joint exhibit with Iyoko Okano’s traditional Japanese calligraphy and a group exhibit by members of Write on Calligraphers.
Gallery North: Journey to the Southwest – a colorful collection of paintings and pottery by Christine Meshew and Mara Sparks.
Housewares: Intricately detailed cityscapes by former architect Bud Erickson.
Interiors of Edmonds: Come see new works by nationally recognized artist David Marty.
J Rankin Jewelers: Flower and leaf portraits against black showcase nature in a whole new way in David McCrae’s photography.
KinderBritches: Timeless photographs of sweet baby faces, toes, fingers and tummies by Jessica Hanaumi.
Manya Vee Selects: Robin Westbrook’s woven tubes of silver and 18-karat gold slide onto a chain for a soft yet visually intriguing look. Mix and match your own style.
mu • shoe: Wonderfully whimsical paintings…full of color and touching subject matter by Angela Hoskins.
Naturopathic Dermatology: Stacy Anderson beautifully captures the interplay of light and shadow in nature with her photography.
Ombu Salon + Spa: Check out the interesting new originals at Ombu Salon + Spa this month.
Red Twig: Original oil paintings by Lise Baadh feature flowers, fruit, cows and even a beetle.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Finding splendor in the mundane, Kari Schertzinger’s photos celebrate the path less traveled.
Resident Cheesemonger: See Suzanne Schaefer’s intricately realistic watercolors that celebrate nature, along with her hand-sculpted porcelain blessing pins.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Joel Patience’s watercolor paintings of European scenes.
Running In Motion: Marja Huhta’s fused glass and sterling jewelry is quite different from others out there. Check it out. Great holiday gifts!
Saetia: Zeck is a Seattle-based mixed-media artist with pieces in many private and public collections.
Soma Salon: Diane Miller presents “In The Garden” – Color photos and digital watercolors of garden scenes and the flowers that live there.

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