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Holiday Version of Edmonds Third Thursday Art Walk Is Tonight

Look at art, watch art as it happens, buy art. Listen to music, and check out downtown restaurants.

Still have Christmas shopping? Consider spending your money in town today as the Edmonds Third Thursday Art Walk returns to various location downton from 5-8 p.m.  

"Downtown Edmonds is the place to do your holiday shopping," said Jeff Stilwell, director of Edmonds Art Walk. "Only we can give that small-town charm to the holidays. Our art scene continues to grow richly diverse. Few in the state can boast of enjoying both a steampunk and a surrealist gallery as Edmonds can."

The steampunk gallery Otherworlds opened last summer. The surrealist Stunningly Strange Gallery opened last month.  

Other highlights today include:

  • Solar Jazz Trio at Fabric of Life
  • Gypsy Reeds Duo at Arts Now
  • Lauren and Alan at Red Petal Cakes
  • Dan Voetmann at Saetia
  • The Daltons at Wells Fargo Advisors

The following information is provided by Manya Vee Selects:

A.T. Jewelers: Sandra explores her inovative "eye of the natural" to offer a unique perspective on life's romantic moments.
Aria Studio Gallery: Painting demo by Joan Archer, as she exhibits her work along with Leah K Goodwin, outstanding photographer.
Arista Wine Cellars: Enjoy scrumptious Holiday Wine Tasting at Arista Wine Cellars this evening!
ArtsNow Gallery: Edmonds Conference Center: 'Tis the Season for Quilts is the title of this show of holiday and seasonal quilts fashioned by members of Quilters Anonymous, local coalition of fiber artists.
ARTspot Edmonds: Delight in the imaginary world of Mike O'Day's world of wise and whimsical sculptures.
Bluefish Designs: Mike Sabatini’s scenic and nature photography depicts the beauty of Edmonds and the Pacific Northwest.
C'est La Vie: Edmonds artist Donna Leford makes amazing bracelets, necklaces and earrings for you and for your gift list this year.
Christopher Framing & Gallery: Andrea Gabriel creates oils investigating our strained relationship with nature, ourselves and our own transience.
Cline Jewelers: Barbara Childs creates functional stoneware pottery, using textured stamps and vibrant glazes.
Coldwell Banker Bain: Artists of Edmonds Floretum Garden Club feature mixed works of Weavers, Quilters, Photograhers, Art and more...
Cole Gallery and Artist Supplies: Delightfully different, darling, delicate paintings by Dianna Shyne of our favorite backyard beauties - birds!  
Dayton Street Studio: Sun and shadow, darkness and light - black and white photos by Jeff Krewson of our state's beautiful forests and streams.
Edmonds Bookshop: Small, cozy paintings by Michelle Bear of thickets and nests bring the outdoors inside.
Edmonds Frame Design and Atelier: Weathered objects fascinate Jacob Smithers. His photographs celebrate that and are framed in them.
Edmonds Historical Society: Sparkly white mosaic ornaments, meticulously hand-made by Edmonds' own Karen Healey.
Edmonds Library: Enjoy recent work by Jim Ballard in a series of abstract photographs.
Edmonds Masonic Temple: Ulvestad's photos & jewelry; Jones' bottle art; Kemp's paintings; Davis' collages; Cautrell's block prints.
Edmonds Vision Center: Colorful acrylic paintings by Lisa Kaye, and sparkly dichroic glass jewelry by Dolors Ruscha. 
Edward Jones, Main St: Vibrant color and exquisite detail in the realistic acrylic and gouache paintings of Suzanne Schaefer.
Frances Anderson Center: Enjoy selections from the Edmonds Arts Festival Foundation Collection on display.
Gallery North: Call of the Wild and Wonderful - featuring JR Hawse's wildlife paintings and lampwork jewelry.
Garden Gear: Glass vessels by Rodman Miller - great grandson of Louis Comfort Tiffany; hand-knitted hats by fiber Artist Dorthy Skea.
Housewares: Colleen Lambert's charming miniature paintings feature landscapes, seascapes and still life. Also find her hand-painted ornaments!
Interiors of Edmonds: Artist Jenni Wilson creates beautiful handcrafted Christmas banners perfect for your holiday decorations.
J. Rankin Jewelers: As a pilot, Jay Ditty sees the world from a birds-eye view. Enjoy his vibrant photos of earth from that perspective.
Manfredini and Barnfather: Vinyards, landcapes, and wildlife & a variety of other perspectives including gold leaf and miniatures by Janice Seino.
Manya Vee Selects: Sparkly dichroic glass jewelry is a terrific gift! Gale Franko also brings glass candle holders, spoon rests, trays and more.
Otherworlds: Braden Duncan, Attention Span Games, Mehndi Madnes! Mechanical Aviary paintings, gamer goods, and steampunk henna art, oh my!
Rebekah's Boutique: Saskia Gregory's embellished light switch plates, as well as original paintings. Tammy Winslow's vintage-inspired headbands.
Red Petal Cakes: Enjoy simple and enticing black and white sketches by Lauren Hughes.
Rick Steves' Europe: Check out our staff artwork from their travels beyond Europe!
Saetia: Celebrate the Holidays with Luminaries! Barbara's luminaria light up the dark with playful shadows cast from clay creations!
Savvy Traveler: Angela Sampson shows her travel photography along with her Wanna-B-Rockstar line of Wine Charms and Artisan Bling.
Stunningly Strange Gallery: Photographs by Kaitlin Phillips Goodey of hand sculpted figures inspired by folktales and memories.
The Papery: Colorful, expressive, inspired & whimsical; functional & sculptural hand crafted pottery by Julie Perrine.
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC: Kim Carney's charming, mixed-media "Brantlers" are wooden folk art sculptures made with upcycled materials.
Windermere Real Estate: Enjoy oil and watercolors by Judi Jenkins with some festive holiday music courtesy of Chip Erickson.

For more information, visit EdmondsArtWalk.org and Facebook.com/EdmondsArtWalk, or call 425-776-3778 or stop by 409 Main St.

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