Art Walk Edmonds Thursday

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Gary Berg creates sculpture from
found objects
The skies may be gray, but the artwork is bright at Art Walk Edmonds!
Thursday, April 19th, from 5-8pm, map

The gray skies are no match for the vibrant array of artwork and activities at this month's Art Walk Edmonds. Come out and see!

Abstract and colorful seems to be the buzzwords for many of the Art Walk stops this month. New-to-Art Walk stop Liminal Space (100 2nd Ave S) will be featuring the abstract art of Scott Gibson. Right across the street at Edmonds Realty (111 Main St) you can ooh and ahh at the vibrant abstracts from Crystal Low.

If you like demos, we've got 'em! Cythia Mosser will be painting encaustics with beeswax at Hunni Co. (186 Sunset Ave), and Jeff Galbraith will be adorning photography with encaustics at ARTspot (408 Main St). Of course, Art Walk favorite and institution Joan Archer will be demoing her watercolor technique at Aria Studio Gallery (535 Main St).

Speaking of watercolors: they abound this month! Lori Anton's gorgeous watercolors at Pelindaba Lavender (102 5th Ave N) will transport you. Luscious watercolors by Joan Reeves are in store at Interiors of Edmonds (326 Main St). Lynnea Mattson's realistic animal watercolors are waiting to meet you at Windermere Real Estate (210 5th Ave S).

A must-see this month is our Featured Art Show and newest gallery in town, Gary Berg Sculpture (610 5th Ave S). Gary Berg's contemporary sculptures are created from reclaimed wood, concrete and found items. Make sure to stop in and welcome him to Edmonds!

There is so much more: an artist's reception at the Annual Sculptor's Workshop at the Frances Anderson Center, a poetry reading at Edmonds Bookshop in honor of National Poetry Month, Cole Gallery's Anniversary Show... we can't wait to have you come to downtown Edmonds this Thursday and do something AWEsome with us!


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