Warm weather and great art = Edmonds Art Walk

Jul 16, 2013
Bill Derry will be playing during Edmonds Art Walk, Thursday July 18, 5 - 8 p.m.  Walking maps available at EdmondsArtWalk.org.

Enjoy the lovely nights of the Pacific Northwest during July's Edmonds Art Walk.  The Art Walk takes place on Thursday, July 18, 5 - 8 p.m.  Participation is free.

Art Walk maps are available at EdmondsArtWalk.org and Facebook.com/EdmondsArtWalk, by calling 425-776-3778 or visiting Art Walk headquarters at 409 Main Street.


Enjoy these live music performances!


Bill Derry at the Fountain

Those Guys at MaJe Gallery

Anthony McIntosh at Waterfront Coffee

David Little at Edward Jones

New Age Flamenco at ArtsNow

Ron Dalton at Wells Fargo

Solar Jazz at Fabric of Life


Don't miss these art exhibitions!

A. T. Jewelers: Sandra Miner explores her innovative "eye of the natural" to offer a unique perspective on life's romantic moments.

Aria Studio Gallery: Join us for another, great demo in watercolor! 6:30, and 7:30!  Visit with Leah Goodwin, exhibiting inspiring photography!

Arista Wine Cellars: Celebrate the beach and the many delights one can find there in the oil paintings of Leah Welch.

ArtsNow Gallery - Edmonds Conference Center: Reflections on Water - Shoot to Show students and Ray Pfortne, a juried photography exhibit.

ARTspot Edmonds: Where The Fairies Live - Bryn Fraker's mixed media sculpture from her studies in animation and her painting abroad in Ireland.

Cafe Louvre: Enjoy the clarity of Jeanie Blair's eye in her color photography of Edmonds exhibition.

C'est La Vie: Joy Rome translates her internal energy onto canvas with her stunning acrylic abstracts.

Christopher Framing & Gallery: Marcel Schwarb loves the dramatic contrast of light against landscapes and man-made structures in his pastels.

Cline Jewelers: Egyptian Series - local Artist Pat Brier has fused a unique digital fine art style with exotic impressions of her recent travels.

Coldwell Banker Bain: Luminosity - Tara Brown presents photography in sunsets and sunrises, reflections and colors.

Dayton Street Studio: Mysterious black and white photos by Jeff Krewson capture serenely beautiful moments in our remote forests of Washington.

Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: World-wide traveller, art-educated Megan Burke shows her exuberance for life in expressive, colorful paintings.

Edmonds Library: Enjoy Lanie Franza's Northwest Landscape Series and her Ballet Series.

Edmonds Masonic Temple: Vivid colors mark the paintings of Elizabeth Kemp and Christina Dingman. Dogs will enjoy gourmet treats by Helju Coder's Welcome Waggin.

Edmonds Vision Center: Silk paintings by Karen Leonard feature dye on silk using watercolor techniques, combining spare line with rich nuanced colors.

Edward Jones: The artistic eye of art photographer Cyndi Lanier finds sublime beauty in our land and seascapes of the Northwest.

Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Vibrantly colored studies of architectural detail and nature from Latin America and Europe - especially windows and doorways.

Frances Anderson Center: Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation Scholarship Student: Sara Portesan, Paintings.

Gallery North: Thru A Glass Eye features both color and black and white photography from noted photographers Phil Kollen and Jeff Harrison.

Garden Gear & Gallery: Unique Butterfly Wall Art by Annette Crespo. Surround yourself with the exquisite elegance of real butterflies!

Glazed and Amazed: Zentangle inspired painting on low fire pottery plates by Miranda Collins.  Miranda will be demonstrating as well!

Housewares: Elegant flame-worked glass wine bottle stoppers and cheese knife handles by Cheryl Pope add a classy touch to your dining experience.

Kate Alisé: Sue Dawson's intensely colored and charming pastel paintings reveal her expertise in the medium, which she also teaches.

MaJe Gallery: Hammered sterling silver jewelry by Seattle's Emily Hickman, using ancient techniques to create simple, contemporary jewelry.  Demonstration!

Manfredini and Barnfather: Award-winning photographer Jarod Pace captures the American west in his landscapes and astro-photography.

Otherworlds: Celebrate our one-year anniversary with local steampunk artists!

RBC Wealth Management: Highly textured acrylic paintings by Michelle Leon find their inspiration from Jackson Pollock's work, yet reveal her own voice.

Red Petal Coffee: Delight in the whimsical attitudes of the characters caught by Misha Perritt in her acrylic canvases.

Reliable Floor Coverings: Lisa Kaye's simple, light-hearted paintings are made in a well-loved environment, and are sure to make you smile.

Rick Steves' Europe: Enjoy photography by Lana Galbraith that captures the essence of Italy, Paris & England.

Spa La La: Hand Crafted Vintage Inspired Jewelry by Bobbi Jo Briggs. Necklaces, Earrings, Bracelets, and Charms. Made in the USA. www.bobbijo.jewelkade.com.

The Savvy Traveler: Designer jewelry by Mary Freiburger, who works in sterling silver with gemstones and glass. Very contemporary.

Stunningly Strange Gallery: Artist Kaitlin Phillips Goodey demonstrates the process of creating her unique art dolls.

The Papery: Colorful pet portraits & cards in oil pastel on paper by Rebecca Rosman. Refreshments served.

Waterfront Coffee Company:  Busker Night - a variety of talented street musicians with coffee and dessert specials.

Wells Fargo Advisors: Living at the conjunction of land and water, many birds find their way through here. Dan Palmer delights in capturing them with his photography.

Xavier Salazar Woodworking: Stop by to enjoy Xavier's new turned-wood wonders!  A delight for the eyes!



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