Edmonds is a shopper’s paradise with jewelry stores and boutiques galore. Now there’s a new place in town for Valentine’s Day shopping: the Cascadia Art Museum gift shop. The attractive store is run by volunteers, including Jan Clem, Patti Gordon, Gwen Johnson and Annika Karr. Gwen Johnson provided a Valentine’s Day shopping preview:
“The museum’s gift store offers a thoughtful mix of art, décor, jewelry, and books for grownups and children. We have one-of-a-kind items starting at $5, and our selection of coloring books is quite popular. My favorite item that just came in is Chakra sunglasses in all the colors of the rainbow, plus stunning glass sushi platters by a local artist. We have Valentine’s gifts of petite Japanese bells or felt-covered soap from South Africa, plus exquisite earrings from a local Seattle artist. Come visit and we will help you select the perfect gift.”
Cascadia Art Museum and the gift shop are open Wed. – Sun. from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., with extra hours on Third Thursday until 8 p.m. You can find out more about the museum and the current Cornish exhibit on the museum website.
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