Reminder: Pulitzer Prize-winner Jerry Gay at Edmonds Art Walk Thursday

A book reading with Pultizer Prize-winning (and Edmonds High School alum) Jerry Gay at the Edmonds Bookshop highlights the line-up for Thursday’s Edmonds Art Walk, plus live music at The Loft, starting at 8 p.m.

You can also enjoy the following demonstrations:

-Watercolors at Autumn’s Framing and Aria Studio

-Bezel-setting stones at Manya Vee Selects

-Mosaics at Fabric of Life

-Bead-stringing at Running in Motion

Here’s the full 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: Travel vicariously to Dalmatia, home to the parents of photographer Sam Evich.

ArtsNow Gallery: Edmonds Conference Center: Enjoy Curt Labitzke’s new show In the Pursuit of Passion – new works on paper. View the world through your passions.

Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Enjoy Autumn’s highly detailed, richly colored landscapes and fantasy paintings in oil & watercolor.

Bluefish: Paula Ensign’s Plein Aire paintings softly capture the beauty of the Northwest.

C’est La Vie: Julie Anne has a beautiful collection of pressed flower art composed of specially selected and preserved blooms.

Coldwell Banker Bain: Bob Sears captures the essence of Edmonds through his lens in his new show, Why We Live Here.

Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Bright and engaging, Michele Usibelli brings a colorful collection of beautiful new oil paintings.

Daphne’s: Celebrate Mardi Gras with the B&W photos from New Orleans by Deanna Dusbabeck.

Edmonds Bookshop: Pulitzer-winning photojournalist, Jerry Gay, presents his book, Seeing Reality: Humanity, Humility and Humor. Foreward by Robert Fulghum.

Edmonds Historical Museum: Celebrate our 100th year with sparkling cider and treats, and enjoy the best picks from the Museum’s collection.

Edmonds Library: Mixed media paintings by Rob Brandt.

Edmonds Vision: Dolors Ruscha shows her handmade glass and sterling silver jewelry.

Peaceful Water by Linda Solomon

Edward Jones: Vibrant, colorful and full of life, paintings by Linda Solomon celebrate all the wonderful things life has to offer.

Fabric of Life: Art House Mosaic Studio incorporates acrylic, china and stained glass tiles into mosaic art.

Frances Anderson Center: Jim Ballard and Richard Hestekind show Impressions – Paper and Stone.

Gallery North: Enjoy Karen Armstrong’s Puppy Love, a collection of beautiful pet portraiture paintings.

Housewares: Timeless black and white photos of the Northwest’s natural beauty.  Eric Eaton uses various techniques to make these both timeless and ageless.

Interiors of Edmonds: Come see works by some of our favorite artists.

KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi’s Madison Avenue, a baby girl’s journey from birth to one year.

The Loft: Live music begins at 8pm.

Manya Vee Selects: J Heather Designs trunk show unveiling the new spring collection which features beach glass and gemstones set in silver.

Olives Cafe and Wine Bar: Chef Michael Young’s parents show their mixed media, sculptural artwork.

Reliable Floor Coverings: Simple yet enticing compositions of lino-cut prints by Quata Cody.  She’s unveiling her new collection tonight.

Resident Cheesemonger: Isis Charest brings meditative paintings in soft tones to allow calm into your home.

Rick Steves’ Europe: View Richard Bringolf’s beautiful photographs of England and France.

Running In Motion: Colorful and fun jewelry by Nancy Gardner, incorporating glass, stones, metals and anything else fun and wonderful.

Semantics: WPW artist Janci Manington unveils unbelievable still-life paintings.

The Loft: Live music begins at 8 p.m.

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