Start the summer right – The Edmonds Art Walk is Thursday, June 21 from 5-8 p.m.!
- Driftwood Players at Waterfront Coffee
- The Jazz Pearls at ArtsNow Conference Center
- Ron Dalton at Wells Fargo Advisors
- David Little piano at Edward Jones
- Solar jazz at Fabric of Life
- Those Guys at Manya Vee Selects
Enjoy these exhibitions that evening!
Aria Studio Gallery: Paintings in watercolor, demos in watercolor, beautiful photography; chat with Joan Archer and Leah Goodwin.
Arista Wine Cellars: Official photographer for Mt. Rainier national park, Sue Russell captures the beauty we usually only see from afar.
ARTspot Edmonds: Mixed media sculpture by Los Angeles artist Moshe Elimelich, dimensional graphic designs in the most intriguing interactive format.
Autumn's Framing and Gallery: Autumn Kegley's plein air paintings capture the beauty of our great Northwest.
Beige Blonde: Bright papers in small pieces are used in a collage format to create vibrant works of art, by Crystal Davis.
Bluefish Designs: Seeking the unusual in his surroundings, David Weiner's art photography reminds us to see things anew.
C'est La Vie: Enjoy the beautiful artwork of up-and-coming-young artists from our local elementary schools!
Champions Real Estate: Expressionistic works of paintings, Tar sculptures, and Batman by Kristian Gursli.
Cline Jewelers: Award-winning artist Dawn Rieck presents mixed media and art quilts.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Be sure to enjoy Dianne Dunn's vibrant oil paintings!
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Elegant Northwest landscapes by master painter David Marty.
Dayton Street Studio: Shadows and sunlight in natures woods and streams in the black and white photography of Jeff Krewson.
Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Floral watercolors by Janet Palmer as a reminder of the small joys that surround us every day.
Edmonds Historical Society: Evoking history within her mixed media works, Freeda Lapos Babson invites us to sweetly remember it.
Edmonds Library: 10 Ladies Painting - Featuring the works of Sue Gill Rose, Judith Heim, Joan Pour, Jane Mayer and Delores Lovelady.
Edmonds Masonic Temple: A car hood is transformed into a work of art by Jeff Cook and enjoy Debbie Harrington's travel photography.
Edward Jones: Inspired by his walks, David Peterson's watercolors often capture people in their element.
Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Joyce Mitchell and Cheryl Prestek's encaustic paintings of nature; Eric Brotman's clay sculptures creating memories.
Gallery North: Treasures From Japan - varied media by Naomi Schneider, Yumiko Furuyama, Sachi Tanimoto, and Mika Sullivan.
Garden Gear: Hand dyed silk fabric, to create one of a kind fashion by Dorothy Lin Skea; a personalized wardrobe designer.
Glazed and Amazed: 3D fused glass bowls and platters by Judy Salinas.
Housewares: Capturing the natural beauty of flowers are vibrant color photos by Kim Coulter.
Interiors of Edmonds: Four Kravet textile designers feature their summer fabrics, perfect for a myriad of creative uses.
J Rankin Jewelers: Captured moments by Monica Heckman Parisian architecture photography.
Manya Vee Selects: Charming and soft watercolors by Traci Bixby that make you smile.
RBC Wealth Management: Whimsical drawings and paintings by Josh Burns.
Red Petal Cakes: Breathtaking land and waterscapes in oil by Francisco Austria.
Reliable Floor Coverings: Color and texture inspire paintings by Jodie Mendes.
Resident Cheesemonger: Bright colors with imagery of love and happiness mark the paintings by Ivette Bayo.
Rick Steves' Europe: Enjoy photographs from Tore's European travels 1984-2011.
Savvy Traveler: Get away and relax to the tune of Lynnea Mattson's impressionist landscapes and seascapes.
The Papery: Edmonds artist Del Fisher presents hand-made, one-of-a-kind wooden light houses.
Waterfront Coffee: Driftwood Players do an improvisation of Edmonds' founding father, George Brackett.
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC: Organic forms in clay, hand-formed by Stacy Murphy, make enticing accents to your home.
Windermere Real Estate: Impressionist works in acrylic and watercolor by Shirley Rudolf.
Xavier Salazar Woodworking: New works by Xavier, and Guitars by Bob Julin.