Reminder: Here’s the schedule for Edmonds Art Walk Thursday

Gallery North is featuring work by Saudi Arabian artist Aziz Mohammed.

Take a trip to downtown Edmonds’ shops and restaurants displaying artwork and live music this Thursday, from 5-8 p.m. The line-up includes:

 Aria Studio Gallery: Joan E Archer and Leah K Goodwin display their inspiring paintings and photography. Demos at 6:30 and 7:30.

Arista Wine Cellars: Glass trays by David Edge incorporate paint and elegance to flattened wine bottles.

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

Autumn’s Framing and Gallery: “Shades of Hope” – Landscapes, still lifes and pets in pink and violet hues by Cheryl Hufnagel celebrate overcoming cancer.

Salon Beige Blonde: Beach rocks wrapped in sterling wire create dramatic pieces of jewelry by Rachel Palmer.

Bluefish Designs: Enjoy the variety of personality found in our pets – paintings by Lynnea Mattson.

C’est La Vie: Marta Ferris’ handcrafted metal wall sculptures use recycled materials.

Cline Jewelers: Outdoor photographer Sue Russell presents exclusive images of Mount Rainier.

Coldwell Banker Bain: Joyce Donaldson’s subjects vary, but beautiful color always inspires her.

Cole Gallery: Mother and daughter impressionist oil painters Susan and Jennifer Diehl bring beautiful offerings in this new show!

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

Dethlefs Sparwasser Reich Dickerson & Key: Art photography by Melchor Berona.

Edmonds Bookshop: Old photos & books given a new iteration through embroidered stitchery by Lyndsey Baldwin.

Edmonds Historical Museum: Cyndi Lanier’s color photos capture the abundance of our region.

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

Edward Jones: Art photography by Jeff Krewson and architecturally-inspired paintings by Darcy Mertz.

Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Intense colors and silhouettes in the film and digital photography of Kurt Jensen.

Gallery North: Vines and Vista: a collection of exceptional paintings by Aziz Mohammed.

Garden Gear: Colori Scape Glass Studio’s blown glass orbs & three-tiered water fountains.

Glazed & Amazed: Quirky tunes by Ron Dalton.

Housewares: Abstract paintings by Staci Hutchison invoke a meditative mood.

Interiors of Edmonds: Carol Dillon’s dog portraits are bright and modern.

J Rankin Jewelers: Flowing watercolors by Frances Velling.

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

Manya Vee Selects: Accessorize tonight with Urban Tribal jewelry by Robin Westbrook, and exquisite scarves by Susie Howell.

RBC Wealth Management: Striking black and white photos from an old New Orleans cemetery by Deanna Dusbabek.

Rebekah’s Boutique: Celebrate our beautiful murals with prints and cards.

Reliable Floor Coverings: Northwest imagery art photography of Philip Lane.

Resident Cheesemonger: Intense oil paintings and whimsical pen and ink drawings by Josh Burns.

Rick Steves’ Europe:  Chloe Wicks’ paintings from Austria focusing on the sights of Salzburg.

Saetia: Acrylic and resin paintings with botanical references from the Laura Zeck’s series The Secret Life of Seeds.

Savvy Traveler: Travel photography by Edmonds resident Greg Urban.

Semantics Gallery: Check out the intriguing art at this location.

Soma Salon: Earth Art by Sue Coccia (and Edmonds muralist) are intricate pen and ink drawings of different animals meticulously hand painted with acrylic paints.

The Papery: Fused glass jewelery by Karen Rust. 10 percent of profits donated to cancer research.

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

Waterfront Coffee: You’ll be surprised by the local talent we have. Come join us for entertainment and food.

Wells Fargo: Northwest wild landscapes inspire the acrylic paintings of Paul Lewing.

Windermere: Emotive photography of nature and people by photographer F. Lee Donahoe.

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