This Thursday’s Edmonds Art Walk will feature live music by student musicians scheduled to perform as part of the May 26 Jazz Connection event in Edmonds.
The Art Walk, which runs from 5-8 p.m., also features watercolor demos at Aria Studio Gallery, a book signing at Edmonds Bookshop, a painting demo at Autumn’s Framing and wood turning at Xavier Salazar Woodturning. Jazz Connection previews will be at Arista Wine Cellars, Cole Gallery, Manya Vee Selects and the Savvy Traveler. You can also enjoy the Solar Jazz Trio at Fabric of Life, three prize drawings at Champions Real Estate, coffee specialties at Waterfront Coffee Shop and live music at The Loft, starting at 8 p.m.
Here’s the complete lineup:
Aria Studio Gallery: New miniatures in watercolor, demos in watercolor, by Joan E Archer, photography by Leah K Goodwin .
Arista Wine Cellars: Beach rock wine stoppers and jewelry by Rachel Palmer.
ArtsNow Gallery – Edmonds Conference Center: Twelve recent graduates from the ArtsNow EDGE Professional Development Program display their work.
Autumn’s Framing: Autumn’s plein aire landscapes in oil and watercolors never fail to wrinkle your toes!
Beige Blonde: Richly colored paintings by Corinna Sinclair capture travels of the mind and body.
Bluefish Designs: Experience beauty through Jan Viney’s fine art photography prints featuring Northwest birds.
C’est La Vie: Kim Brayman expresses what she loves both visually and emotionally. Beautiful paintings of textured botanicals and organic shapes.
Champions Real Estate: Glass and pottery works – paintings & drawings – Photography will be on display. Enjoy 3 prize drawings.
Cline Jewelers: Charms Charms Charms! New Pandora charms in yellow and white gold, sterling and Murano glass. Mix and match to create your own.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Works by oil painter, graphic designer, and SAM docent Phyllis Thornton.
Cole Gallery: Michele Usibelli and Mark Boyle bring a double hitter show entitled “Journeys”. A Collection of paintings from their recent travels in Europe.
Dayton St. Studio: Jeff Krewson’s black and white photography captures woods, mountains and streams.
Edmonds Bookshop: Fatal Induction is the second mystery featuring UW Engineering Prof. Benjamin Bradshaw, by Bernadette Pajer. Set in 1901 Seattle.
Edmonds Frame Design: Kathryn Kim shares her collagraphs and monoprints inspired by Korean history and culture.
Edmonds Library: “10 Ladies Painting 1” group show by Harold, Shaw, Webberly and Drummond.
Edmonds Museum: Mesmerizing art photography by Carol Marty.
Fabric of Life: Lynda Rckey and Barbara Zanders create silk, paint, paper fiber construction collages in abstract form.
Frances Anderson Center: d’Elaine Johnson’s Ancient Timeless Waters exhibit. Artist presentation at 7PM, Rm 206.
Gallery North: Kathleen A. Johnson presents: Crows, Owls, Hummingbirds, and Trees…a colorful collection of paintings.
Garden Gear: Distinctive designs in fused glass, Jones Glassworks creates pieces for home, public art and architectural projects.
Housewares: Nancy Duncan’s color and b&w photos express the intimacies of shape, form and light.
Interiors of Edmonds: Come in to see new works by some of our favorite artists.
J Rankin Jewelers: Carmel-by-the-Sea… Travel photography by Sally Honeycutt of Sea Studio.
Manya Vee Selects: New spring hats by Seattle milliner Pandemonium!
Masonic Lodge: Greg Urban shows photography and handmade chain jewelry, and Debbie Harrington’s stunning nature photography from the world.
RBC Wealth Management: Water imagery prevails in Chris Fleck’s photography, capturing images from various parts of the world.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Carol Henle’s paintings capture precious moments in time.
Resident Cheesemonger: The keen realism of Suzanne Schaeffer’s paintings will amaze, as will her new innovation of porcelain lace bowls.
Revelations Yogurt: Jill Nunemaker’s botanical paintings; Jeanie Harper’s metal and stone jewelry; Robin Montgomery’s textile designs.
Rick Steves’ Europe: Molly Murrah exhibits watercolor paintings from Greece and Italy.
Saetia: Impressionist paintings by Diane Kingsley.
Savvy Traveler: Jazz Connection Preview featuring a Mountlake Terrace HS jazz combo.
Semantics Gallery: Colorful animal paintings by Maryanne Nagy.
Soma Salon: Mark Grandchai’s macro lens reveals the beauty in nature’s details and the freedom of non-commercial expression.
The Papery: Cheryl Stiteler shows cards with unique and expressive photographs of local and foreign sites.
The Loft: Live music begins at 8pm.
Waterfront Coffee Shop: Caffe Vita, Seattle’s premier coffee roasters, offers a tasting experience.
Wells Fargo: Specializing in unique senior portraits with impact, Vicki Derks’ studio is located on the Mukilteo waterfront.
Windermere: Doug Hebenthal’s focus is on nature and his passion for photography has taken him to some of the the most remote areas of the world.
Xavier Salazar Woodworking: New works of turned wood unveiled by owner Xavier Salazar.