Bundle up for Edmonds Art Walk this Thursday

An image courtesy Gallery North's "Illumination" show.
Image from Gallery North’s “Illumination” show.

Defy the chilly temps and head to downtown Edmonds for the Art Walk on Thursday, Jan. 17, from 5-8 p.m.

The night’s exhibition schedule is below. For more information or Art Walk maps, visit EdmondsArtWalk.org.


Manfredini and Barnfather: Nature Photographer award winner Cyndi Lanier’s winning photos and other bird imagery, as well as paintings.
Edward Jones: Edmonds photographer Greg Urban unveils new works from his recent travels in Europe.
Red Petal Cakes: Original paintings by Gordana Curgus depict her love of the human form and its great variety of expression.
HouseWares: Clarice Keegan’s ultra-detailed mixed media drawings are like eye candy, making great use of unusual shapes.
ArtsNow Gallery: Edmonds Conference Center offers a Seattle Chinese Garden Photo Show by Ray Pfortner.
Rick Steves’ Europe:Photographs from Daniel Craig’s travels in Italy.
A. T. Jewelers: Sandra Miner explores her innovative “eye of the natural” to offer a unique perspective on life’s romantic moments.
Stunningly Strange Gallery: Whimsical mixed media paintings of fictitious and exaggerated characters by Kaitlin Phillips Goodey.
Manya Vee Selects: Edmonds’ Bonnie AuBuchon unveils new jewelry with unusual stones set in her sterling silver settings.
ARTspot Edmonds: Tracy Felix Fraker displays current work in encaustics – this hot new medium is painting with melted beeswax.
The Papery: Local artist Natalie Rose Smith creates whimsical children’s drawings and delightful cupcake Valentine cards.12. Coldwell Banker Bain: Works Of Winsome – a collection of color photos by Devin Kearns.
Arista Wine Cellars: Hand-crafted, exotic wood bottle stoppers add a touch of elegance to your table by Edmonds’ own Molly Winton.
C’est la Vie: Original fine art on exhibit.
Otherworlds: Mixed media works by Heather Hudson and Dimitri Arbacauskas inspired by Lovecraft, 1920s horror author.
Edmonds Vision Center: Realistic landscape oil paintings that capture the beauty of the world, by Francisco Austria.
Edmonds Bookshop: Using Joel Henriques’ book, “Made to Play!” for ideas, you can construct paper toys.
Cole Gallery:  Cole Gallery Anniversary Artist Invitational show featuring over 85 new paintings & sculpture from artists.
Cline Jewelers: Original fine art on exhibit.

Gallery North: “Lumination” show with art intended to brighten and warm our dark Pacific Northwest winter.
Edmonds Library: Recent work by Jim Ballard in a series of abstract photographs.
Frances Anderson Center: Selections from the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation Collection on display.
Christopher Framing & Gallery: Judith Perry loves to paint the peacefulness in her oil landscapes, capturing the nature of things.
Aria Studio Gallery: Cityscape by Joan E Archer; new photography by Leah K Goodwin Jungle Mansion; demo by Archer in watercolor.
Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Acoma-influenced pottery, award-winning design by Denise Heekin inspired by nature, geometrics and animal dreams.

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