August Art Walk: Music, art and authors in Edmonds Thursday

"Crow Keeper" by Pamela Mummy at Manya Vee Selects.

The August edition of the Edmonds Art Walk is set for 5-8 p.m. this Thursday, Aug. 18, with entertainment at various businesses and a book signing at the Edmonds Bookshop. Here’s the list of artwork and appearances for the evening:

Aria Studio Gallery: See how oil and water mix at Aria Studio Gallery with works by Joan Archer, who paints in both mediums. Also featuring Leah Goodwin’s enthralling photography.

Arista Wine Cellars: Joy Nolcini captures the soft ambiance of wine in her paintings.

ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: A variety of media by ArtsNow instructors.

Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: Plein-air landscape oils from around the Sound and colorful fantasy paintings by Autumn Kegley.

Salon Beige Blonde: Kari Schertzinger’s art photography with rustic, nature, landscape and Seattle themes.

Bluefish Designs: Rich color and texture of flowers in Cat Macek’s photos.

C’est La Vie: Outstanding photography work by Ray Pfortner’s students at Edmonds Community College.

Cline Jewelers: Water media paintings and printmaking, alive with color and movement by Kathy Rinaldi.

Coldwell Banker Bain: Paula Ensign’s plein air paintings in oil of the Northwest and beyond.

Cole Gallery: Michael Maczuga and Micki Flatmo Dyson bring stunning new figurative oils.

Conaty Consulting: Come see Leanne’s new colorful, textural, acrylic and india ink Insect Series!

Daphne’s: Eric Eaton’s timeless Black & White nature photos.

Dethlafs Sparwasser Dickerson Key & Reich: Enticing art photography by Melchor Berona features dancing florals and landscapes.

Edmonds Bookshop: Mystery book signing: “Bones of Contention” & “Bet Your Bones” by Jeanne Matthews; “A Spark of Death” by Bernadette Pajer.

Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Mesmerizing photography of Ben Scherer captures water and reflections.

Edmonds Historical Museum: Enticing photos of Edmonds by Meadowdale High School art photographer Tomas Green.

Edmonds Library: Work from the City’s collection by artists in Hekinan, Japan — Edmonds’ Sister City.

Edward Jones: Join us in Italy, with vibrant photos by Vicki Hone Smith.

Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Creative batik fabrics by Elizabeth Morris.

Frances Anderson Center: Dawn Rieck’s ceramic and fiber art; Hung Nguyen in the EAC Display Case.

Gallery North: A collection of plein air paintings of Edmonds in a variety of mediums.

Garden Gear: Garden goddess wall decor made from recycled materials by Kim Groff-Harrington.

Glazed & Amazed: The Bradshaw Trio presents classical flute music.

Housewares: “Drink of the Day – the Cruising Way,” an homage by Pat Brier to those cleverly named beverages on cruises to Alaska.

Interiors of Edmonds: Light, pattern and color in intimate pastel paintings by Marsha Lippert.

J Rankin Jewelers: 2nd generation master jewelry wax carver, Glen Wark, has 40 years as a jewelry designer.

KinderBritches: Jessica Hanaumi specializes in photographing beautiful babies and bellies.

Manya Vee Selects: Watch Pamela Mummy take a ball of clay and morph it into various faces throughout the evening.

Rebekah’s Boutique: Enjoy Kim Coulter’s vibrant floral photography.

Reliable Floor Coverings: Art photography of Edmonds by Steven Hopkins.

Resident Cheesemonger: Colorful, simple abstractions by Emily Hannan.

Rick Steves’ Europe: Henk Dawson’s imagery portrays the many faces of Europe.

Saetia: Dawn-Thanh Nguyen’s hand-printed fine art prints using traditional printmaking and vintage letterpress techniques.

Savvy Traveler: Exotic ports of call are captured in oil by Corinna Sinclair.

Semantics Gallery: Oil Painting, Kimi Hansen & stone work by Terry Slaton.

Soma Salon: B/W photographic images from around the world and here at home by Diane E. Miller.

The Papery: Jellyfish Creations: Hand-blown glass pendants by Julie Rozell.

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

Waterfront Coffee: Amateur night! They will delight and inspire you to create your own works of art.

Wells Fargo: Internationally-acclaimed local portrait artist Michael Reagan is devoted to honoring Fallen Heroes.

Windermere: Former Mayor Gary Haakenson displays scenic Edmonds imagery in vibrant color photography.

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