Sunshine, summer breezes and art abound for Thursday's Edmonds Art Walk

Wednesday, July 18, 2018

Joe Gaydos, co-author of "Explore the Salish Sea: A Nature Guide for Kids"
is the Featured Art Show at Edmonds Bookshop, 115 5th Ave S.

Sunshine, summer breezes and art abound this Thursday, July 19th, from 5-8pm at Art Walk

It's an Edmonds Kind of Summer for sure, and this week's Art Walk Edmonds will not disappoint! Walk with us on Thursday evening, 5-8pm for art, music and merriment.

We recommend that you start your summer Art Walk stroll at the top of the hill this month, then work your way down. Local abstract artist Whitney Buckingham will be at Christopher Framing & Gallery (537 Main St) showing off her latest work in encaustics and indigo dye. Mike Wise and Ron Stocke will showcase their inspired environmental paintings at Cole Gallery (107 5th Ave S). More scenic nature artwork can be found at Edmonds Vision Center (201 5th Ave S) with the photography of AK Clicks. Windermere Real Estate (210 5th Ave S) also takes you on a imaginative tour of Europe and the Pacific Northwest with watercolors, acrylics and oils by Howard Frank.

Make sure that Edmonds Bookshop (115 5th Ave S) is on your list of must-sees for the evening -- it's our Featured Art Show of the Month! Joe Gaydos will be there to introduce his new book, "Explore the Salish Sea." EPIC group will also be set up on the sidewalk in front of the store to help promote literacy with their interactive Chalkboard People display - write a title of a book that changed your life on them!

Out with Fido? You will definitely want to make ARTspot (408 Main St) one of your stops. Mike O'Day, Cody French and Julia Carpenter will be doing pet portraits on the fly, for a $10 suggested donations. All proceeds go to PAWS. ARTSplash 2018 is making it's annual appearance at ArtWorks (201 2nd Ave S). Stop in to see the work of many local artists.

End your walk at the bottom of the hill at Salish Crossing where you can enjoy free entry to Cascadia Museum (190 Sunset Ave) to see their new exhibit: "Drama and Design: Yvonne Twining Humber and Blanche Morgan Losey." Hunni Co. (186 Sunset Ave) is hosting Brittany Wilde's " The Greater the Diversity, the Greater the Perfection" show. End your evening on the patio of 190 Sunset, (190 Sunset Ave) with a refreshment in hand while you listen to the music of guitarist Adrian Libertini.

There are so, so many more great art shows at this month's Art Walk that we didn't even mention. Pottery, photography, painting, sculpture, mixed media, music and more will be scattered throughout the quaint and historic downtown Edmonds. We hope you'll join us this Thursday and do something AWEsome!

Click here to download the Art Walk Map!


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