Destination: Edmonds Art Walk

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Wind Dancers by Edmonds sculptor David Varnau.
The Edmonds Third Thursday Art Walk is a community institution which has been a monthly event for years, if not decades.

However, the November 18 event is a full-out city-wide arts and entertainment event with a festive focus for the holiday season. From 5 to 8 pm there will be entertainment and demonstrations and virtually every shop in the downtown Bowl will turn itself into an art gallery for the evening - jewelry in the Bookshop, mixed media in the wine bar, photography in the finance office, travel store, and cheesemonger, and everything is for sale.

The full schedule is listed below.

  • Dixie King Brass Band Edmonds Conference Center
  • Classical flute by Deb Hutchison at Edmonds Frame Design
  • Ralph Baker's instrumental at Fabric of Life
  • Wire-wrapping beadwork at Running In Motion
  • Pastels at Autumn's Framing
  • Watercolors at Aria Studio, 6:30 and 7:30
Art works
  • Aria Studio Gallery:  paintings by Joan E Archer, and scenic photography by Leah K Goodwin.
  • Arista Wine Cellars:  Joel Patience watercolors of wine and vineyard art.
  • ArtsNow Gallery: Edmonds Conference Center:  Stacie Chappell's paintings.
  • Autumn's Framing and Gallery: Marcel Schwarb's Cityscapes collection of people and architecture.
  • Bluefish Designs: Susan Rothschild mixed media art on paper, glass and tile.
  • C'est La Vie: Liz Gamberg colorful ceramics, floor rugs and cards.
  • Coldwell Banker Bain: Mary Leonard's abstract acrylic on canvas.
  • Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Figurative oils by Micki Dyson Flatmo.
  • Crimson and Clover: Linnea Hoover's drawings with color washes.
  • Edmonds Bookshop: Fine art contemporary steampunk jewelry by Tere Ryder created from recovered, repurposed materials.
  • Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Celebrating 20 years in business, Barbara Hege Mercer is showing a selection of her oil paintings as well as watercolors by renowned Austrian artist Lisel Salzer.
  • Edmonds Library: Bonnie Hodges's oil paintings.
  • Edward Jones - 5th Ave: Edmonds photographer Steven Hopkins.
  • Edward Jones - Main St: Karol Westphal's paintings feature Northwest land and seascapes, as well as intimate floral portraits.
  • Fabric of Life Fair Trade Boutique: Therese Obergottsberger's fine art, photography and graphic design.
  • Frances Anderson Center: African American Quilt Association's fabric, textiles, and quilts.
  • Gallery North: Paintings and sculptures of the human body by Anne Moon and David Varnau.
  • Gallery North (Loft): Near the Water's Edge - Tarya M Cameron photography of the Edmonds Waterfront.
  • Interiors of Edmonds: A variety of art for the home.
  • J Rankin Jewelers: Visit Paris through the creative photography of Marianne McCoy.
  • Manya Vee Selects: Leigh Young's winter collection of hats, scarves and handbags.
  • mu • shoe: Kathy Sparkman  jewelry.
  • Naturopathic Dermatology: Peggy Barnett's nature photography
  • Olives Cafe and Wine Bar: Chef Michael Young's parents are artists, and their mixed media works adorn the walls here.
  • Ombu Salon + Spa: jewelry, salon and spa gift ideas and modern art. 
  • Red Twig: Arturo Torres' colorful photos from his recent travels to Mexico.
  • Reliable Floor Coverings: Nancy Wagner imagery of animals in nature.
  • Resident Cheesemonger: Alexandra Knight captures the spirit of the horse with her lens.
  • Rick Steves' Europe: David Barnes' original color photographs of Paris.
  • Running In Motion: Colorful lampwork glass beads made into jewelry by Von Schroeder.
  • Soma Salon: Encaustic paintings by Shelley Mesenko-Mahan.


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