Get your holiday shopping done at Edmonds Art Walk

  • <br>For the Enterprise
  • Monday, March 3, 2008 11:42am

Finish up your last minute holiday shopping Dec. 21 during Edmonds’ Third Thursday Art Walk, when 30 merchants offer extended hours from 5 to 8 p.m. for patrons to enjoy an evening of art.

Salon Pena: The abstracts of Cheryl Keyes utilize geometry and color blocks.

Semantics Gallery: A variety of artists are featured.

Wishing Stone: Curt Smith combines photography with poetry.

Sapphire: Elegant fabric origami gift boxes by Lerna Eng.

HouseWARES: Listen to Shakeh’s while enjoying photographer Brian Sparling’s 13-month calendar of Western Washington scenery.

Affordable Gallery at Ambience: Visit this new art photography gallery featuring Mac Kenney’s nature and wildlife photos.

Resident Cheesemonger: Shane Boyd’s paintings are filled with style and passion.

Kindred Circle: Passiko’s Asian simplicity captivates admirers of her jewelry.

Coldwell Banker Bain: Don’t miss the art at this stop.

Gallagher’s: Karen Ulvestad’s art photography captures the wonders of nature.

Arista: Mary Naylor’s platters feature wine themes, fired in vibrant Tuscan hues.

C’est la Vie: Melissa Freerks’ captures martinis ala antique French and Italian liquor posters.

Bluefish: Whimsical fabric snowmen, santas, and stockings by Katherine Paiva.

Edmonds Frame Design: Judy Gusa captures gentle landscapes from her backyard and her travels.

Walnut Street Coffee: Julie Scandora’s watercolors celebrate nature on a grand scale.

John L. Scott: The wonders of the universe captivate Betty Hageman.

Edmonds Bookshop: Open House tonight with special one-night-only discounts and delectable snacks.

Cole Gallery: Join Denise Cole at her brand new gallery featuring a top line up of impressionist painters including Dianna Shyne, Patty Forte Linna, Teresa Vatter, Pepper Peterson and Deborah Dionegi.

Gallery North: Sandra Kahler hikes with her painting equipment, food, and a tent to the ocean beaches.

The Gallery: Featuring Barbara Wills and showcasing over 30 artists of Artists Connect &15 sculptors of NW Stone Sculptors Assoc.

Frances Anderson Center: Russian Realist paintings by Aleksandr Kargopoltsev are in the library, while pieces from the EAFF collection are at the FAC.

Dr. Sekendur’s: Banu Sekendur finds jewelry-making therapeutic for both maker and wearer.

Autumn’s Framing: “Our Favorite Things” featuring winter holiday themed artwork by Cheryl Hufnagel, Autumn Kegley, Salome Murray, and Claudia Walker.

Aria: Artist in action Leah Goodwin debuts with local scenes in photography; Joan Archer exhibits original watercolors and an on-going series of horse paintings.

Garden Gear: Themed birdhouses created by local artists, and hand carved stone statuary are featured.

Nama’s: Brazil inspired Zena McCoy to incorporate seeds and wood into jewelry.

Olives: Finish up the art walk with a glass of wine while enjoying Patty Forte Linna’s pastels.

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