Valentine's Day on Thursday at the Edmonds Art Walk

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Stroll romantic downtown Edmonds during Art Walk this Thursday, February 15th from 5-8pm

Valentine's Day may be on Wednesday this year, but you can extend the romance by taking your sweetheart on a lovely evening stroll through the charming and picturesque downtown this Thursday for Art Walk Edmonds.

Demonstrations abound this month! Darlene Gentry Lucas will be at Cascadia Museum (190 Sunset Ave) sharing her acrylics as watercolor technique. Sue Robertson at ARTspot (408 Main St) will be revealing some secret texture-making tricks. Don't forget to stop in at Aria Studio Gallery (535 Main St) at 6:30pm where Joan Archer always demonstrates watercolors.

If you and your sweetie would rather look than learn, be sure to stop in Cole Gallery (107 5th Ave S) to see Pam Ingalls' amazing show "Facing Edmonds," featuring the notables as well as ordinary citizens from our fair town. Franky Castle is back this month at Hunni Co. (186 Sunset Ave) with his unique take on Edmonds as well as local artist Drie Chapek. Multidimensional drawings by Phil Keane at Edmonds Vision Center (201 5th Ave S) are incredibly detailed, and Nilia Fajardo will showcase bright and fun alcohol inks and mixed media at Windermere Real Estate (210 5th Ave S).

Sure to tug on your heartstrings this month is the featured art show by local aspiring artists of area elementary schools. Coldwell Banker Bain (108 5th Ave S) will feature the artwork of Seaview Elementary. Art from Edmonds Elementary will grace the walls of RE/MAX Direct Realty (110 4th Ave N). The art shows are a kick-off for “Read Across America” Day on March 2nd.

There is so much more! Murder-mysteries, photography, pottery, abstracts, mixed media -- you will surely find what makes your heart go pitter-patter at this month's Art Walk. Check out the map to plan your route. Then come walk with us!

Click here to download the Art Walk Map!


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