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.