Great art is “springing” up in downtown Edmonds at this Thursday’s March 21 Art Walk. More than 19 locations are featuring artists and musicians for your first Art Walk stroll of spring.
Fresh looks on photography can be viewed at a few Art Walk stops this month. Sonya Lang will share her exaggerated view of the world through her lens with you at Edmonds Vision Center (201 5th Ave. S.). Coldwell Banker Bain (108 5th Ave. S.) will feature photographer Michael Medrano. Always a vivid display of nature and color, Randall J. Hodges Photography (317 Main St.) will inspire you.
If you are looking for more variety in a stop, make sure to visit Gallery North (401 Main St.) to see their annual Small Works show, featuring 150 paintings from more than 50 artists. Cole Gallery (107 5th Ave. S.) is putting the spotlight on the abstract with a Cole Contemporary Show featuring 10 artists.
Speaking of abstract, you don’t want to miss the Featured Art Show of the month at ZINC | edmonds (102 3rd Ave. S.). Local artist Lynne Hovis Rotholtz is a mixed media collage artist whose show “re cast” is inspired by an inheritance of vintage magazines and paper goods.
For music offerings, let your local Starbucks (502 Main St.) baristas serenade you, with Rebecca Pomp on guitar and Anne Olsen on keyboard. Sophia Herman will once again share her ethereal vocals at The Cheesemonger’s Table (203 5th Ave. S.). The tartan-clad members of the Northwest Junior Pipe Band are back for what is becoming an annual performance to fill the streets of downtown Edmonds with the festive sounds of bagpipes and drums. The band, comprised of elementary to high school students, will be roving through downtown Edmonds.
You can download the ArtWalk map here.