Bundle up for Edmonds Art Walk this Thursday

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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.

Exhibitions:

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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