Lyrical Art exhibit at Edmonds Arts Festival Gallery

If I had a Pony by Mike O’Day

Original creations from members of the Sculptors Workshop are now on display in an exhibit titled “Lyrical Art” at the Arts Festival Gallery. The many fun and entertaining sculptural pieces are inspired by the timeless quality of song lyrics. Attend a reception and view the exhibit during the Edmonds Third-Thursday Artwalk on April 18; exhibit closes May 8

Thriving for 52 years, the Edmonds Sculptors Workshop is a vital arts organization with members whose talents ripple out into our communities. Mural artists, classroom teachers, and members with public art on display comprise this group of advanced potters and sculptors that work together as a co-op under the direction of Julie Perrine. Sculptors Workshop operates from the Frances Anderson Center and offers classes in sculpture and hand building.

Havana by Denise Heekin

The gallery is presented to community members by the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation and is located in the Frances Anderson Center, downtown Edmonds. Hours are Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-7 p.m., and Saturday, 10am-1pm.

The Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation gives more than $80,000 annually for art scholarships, educational grants to schools, and community grants to area non-profits; additionally it has given more than $1 million for public art installations and special projects throughout Edmonds. Learn more at


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