Visit Edmonds Art Walk this Thursday, May 19 from 5-8 p.m. and enjoy entertainment, demonstrations and wine in downtown Edmonds.
Entertainment includes David Little playing the piano at Edward Jones, John Sanders and Gypsy Reeds at ArtsNow Gallery, Deb Hutchison’s classical flute at Glazed and Amazed, Llwanga piano at Fabric of Life and the Hurdy Gurdies and French Flautist at Semantics Gallery. In addition, The Loft will feature live music starting at 8 p.m.
Here’s the complete line-up:
Aria Studio Gallery: New oil paintings painted by Joan E Archer; Leah Goodwin’s stunning photography; watercolor demos.
Arista Wine Cellars: Who knew wine could be so fun? Kriss Erickson’s whimsical watercolors capture the fun and adventure of wine.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: ArtsNow EDGE artists present work in a variety of mediums,including ceramics, encaustic, oil, watercolor, photography, assemblage and jewelry.
Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Claire Faltesek charcoal drawings and watercolors of Woodland Park Zoo denizens will take you for a walk on the wild side.
Salon Beige Blonde: Colorful squares of paper become festive mosaics full of joy, by Crystal Davis.
Bluefish Designs: New works by Gordana Curgus incorporate a love for fabrics, together with gold and acrylic paint to re-create clothing of Renaissance inspired portrait.
C’est La Vie: Robin Larson creates stunning fused glass pieces in wall art, furniture and tabletop platters.
Champions Real Estate: “Oscar Award”winning work; work of MDHS’s finest visual arts students.
Cline Jewelers: One of a kind Knives, Pens, Money Clip and Divit Tools by William Henry Studio. There will be a large selection.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Enjoy Dianne Dunn’s vibrant oil paintings on exhibition.
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Denise Cole’s first show of oils and watercolors since opening Cole Gallery.
Conaty Consulting: Leanne Conaty’s original, energetic, colorful, intuitive abstract paintings in acrylic.
Daphne’s: Evocative black and white photos by Jeff Krewson capture a side of nature we often miss.
Edmonds Bookshop: Landscape and figure fine art oil paintings by Russian-born teacher and artist, Aleksandr Kargopoltsev.
Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Colorful totemic images of animals with stories inside them, by Edmonds artist Sue Coccia.
Edmonds Historical Museum: Local photographer Steven Hopkins captures the beauty of our beloved Edmonds.
Edmonds Library: Enjoy Meredith Essex’s mixed media paintings on exhibition in recognition of Arts Education Month.
Edward Jones: “Andiamos” means “Let’s Go!” in Italian. This group of friends from disparate backgrounds loves to paint together.
Edmonds Vision Center: Dolors Ruscha shows her handmade glass and sterling silver jewelry.
Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Find what’s undone in Win Baindridge’s art to engage your creativity.
Frances Anderson Center: Enjoy Edmonds Arts Commissioners’ mixed media works on exhibition in the EAC Display Case; also Sculptor’s Workshop potter in the EAFM Gallery.
Gallery North: Gallery North resident artists create the mixed media show: Birds, Bees, Flowers, Trees, A collection of Spring Paintings.
Garden Gear: New arrivals of glass and steel by renowned Amercian artist Rollin Karg.
Housewares: Irrepressible color found in fields of tulips, captured by the lens of Cyndi Lanier.
Interiors of Edmonds: Come see the striking work of expert photographer Jeri Drager.
J Rankin Jewelers: Soft, realist watercolors by Allene Soshea are exquisite, reflecting her many years of painting.
KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi photographs beautiful moments between sweet babies and their parents!
Manya Vee Selects: Cheerful fabrics in sassy styles make for wonderful hats by Seattle’s Leigh Young.
Il Buffone: Complete your Art Walk experience with a glass of wine, surrounded by the mixed media works of the chef’s parents.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Beautiful flowers and other imagery, captured in realistic watercolors by Suzanne Schaefer.
Resident Cheesemonger: Colorful European windows and views entice the eye with possibility by Carol Megenity.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Enjoy photographs of Britain, Norway, Germany, Central Europe and Italy by Tore Ofteness.
Saetia: Inspired by the magic of nature, Mona T. Smiley-Fairbanks creates monotypes in its honor.
Semantics Gallery: Local artists with nude figures, paintings and drawings exhibit in the show Nude in May.
Soma Salon: Black and White images from around the world and right here at home by Diane E. Miller. Notecards also available.
The Papery: Colorful pet portraits and cards in oil pastel on paper by Rebecca Rosman.
The Loft: Live music begins at 8 p.m.
Waterfront Coffee: Brittany Wilde is doing sketch portraits for you and your loved ones at $10 each.
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