Work to continue on Edmonds murals 4 and 5 this weekend

Mural 4 underway on the Waterfront Coffee wall.

The weather will be beautiful as work continues this weekend on Edmonds Mural Society murals 4 and 5. In keeping with this summer’s theme of Hidden Treasures of Edmonds, focusing on the region’s natural beauty, the final two murals both feature our marine and marina.

Mural 4 features our underwater marine sanctuary, with divers enjoying the diversity of things to see down below the surface of the waves just off-shore. t is designed and being painted by Michiko Tanaka. You can find her working on it at 101 Main street, on the wall of the Waterfront Coffee Shop.

Mural 5 features a striking image of a boat docked at our marina at night, with a lovely reflection in the water.  This is a collaborative mural, with the original photo taken by Pierce Pronovost, and the painting being accomplished by Sami Sully. Both are involved in the arts programs at Meadowdale High School. This mural can be found on the wall at 330 Dayton Street, at the corner of 4th and Dayton.

As the 2011 mural painting season draws to a close, here’s a reminder that the Edmonds Mural Society is a community-driven organization. Interested citizens can join for a $20 annual donation, and the murals are 100-percent funded in this way. If you wish to add your support to the group, visit, or stop by Manya Vee Selects at 409 Main Street to do so in person.

More information is available at 425-776-3778.





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