Don’t miss the Edmonds Art Walk

Who knew that the Art Walk would ever grow so big?
Mar 19, 2013
C J Elspin's powerful Mt Rainier and other original works will be exhibited during Edmonds Art Walk, Thursday March 21, 5 - 8 pm.

Edmonds Art Walk begins its thirteenth year this month!

Art Walk founders Jeff Stilwell and Manya Vee are being honored by the Chamber of Commerce's Arts committee for their work building the Art Walk.

"Who knew that the Art Walk would ever grow so big?" Stilwell commented.  "We certainly didn't know what we were doing when we started it."


Don't miss...

First Annual Chamber Arts Awards at Edmonds Conference Center 7: 30 pm

Meadowdale High students poetry at Edmonds Bookshop 7 p.m.

Jazz Pearls at ArtsNow Conference Center


Also enjoy these exhibitions...

Aria Studio Gallery: New watercolors by Joan E Archer; demo at 6:30 p.m.; photography by esteemed artist Leah K Goodwin

Arista Wine Cellars: Bring the beach closer! Beach rock jewelry and wine bottle stoppers by Rachel Palmer sterling wire and embellishments.

ArtsNow Gallery - Edmonds Conference Center: Juried Photo Exhibition from the 4H Photography Clubs of Snohomish County, demonstrating extraordinary skill and artistic sensibility.

ARTspot Edmonds: Local woodturner Rick Davenport shows how unique, even odd, pieces of wood can be "turned" into wonderful pens, platters, bowls.

Bluefish Designs: Impressionist oil paintings of gorgeous scenery, and European scenes, are the specialty of Diana Kingsley.

C'est La Vie: Enjoy A to Z clothing with a mission by Shakir Kaymez and reclaimed assemblages of mixed media by Leslie West.

Christopher Framing & Gallery: Ann Davenport's pastels invite the viewer to experience the striking beauty of our environment, its movement.

Cline Jewelers: Beautifully hand crafted wood items turned on a lathe by Molly Winton, both functional, and fine art.

Cole Gallery: Bold, bright and beautiful, paintings by Angela Bandurka and new finger paintings by Iris Scott!

Edmonds Bookshop: Unmasked literary magazine by Meadowdale High School students share their work at 7 p.m.

Edmonds Library: Sheila Theodoratos’ brightly colored pencil drawings have earned the artist national recognition.

Edmonds Vision Center: Crystal Davis uses tiny pieces of colorful paper to create realistic mosaic paintings that capture a sense of both fun and beauty.

Edward Jones (210 5th Ave South): Delight in pastel abstract depicting the artist's impression of individual color

Edward Jones (Main St): Northwest Artist Connection presents a group show featuring 12 of their artists in a wide variety of media and styles.

Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Ann’s Greenlake – Ann Norton’s neighborhood and flower gardens were the inspiration for many impressionistic style paintings.

Gallery North: More than 77 - annual miniature and small paintings show with more than 300 small works created by local and international artists.

Housewares: Graphic and bold acrylic paintings by Lisa Kaye feature her unique eye for separating out the key ingredients in a scene.

Kate Alisé: Dan Palmer wanders around Edmonds with his camera capturing some of the amazingly beautiful scenes from nature we all adore.

MaJe Gallery: Inspired by vintage looks and feminine styles, the jewelry of Shari Both is both simple and sophisticated, featuring gemstones in silver and gold fill.

Manfredini and Barnfather: Realism in nature describes the paintings of Suzanne Schaefer - chosen with attention to capturing a moment in time.

Red Petal Cakes: Don't miss CJ Elsip's bold, vibrant paintings that emanate with an exquisite sense of light, depth and dramatic presence.

Reliable Floor Coverings: Bold colors in abstract compositions by Marcia Miller show her keen sense of sophistication.

Rick Steves' Europe: Enjoy photographs of Rome, Florence, Venice, Assisi, and the Cinque Terre by David Weiner.

Stunningly Strange Gallery: Cloth dolls with a twist of modernism and traditional craftsmanship by Hasenpfeffer.

The Papery: Handcrafted cards for all occasions by Annette Atkinson & Cheryl Jester with a "Wish" to plant and grow! Refreshments provided.



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