The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, May 5 from 6 – 9 pm.
705 Commercial Ave., ACME Creative
In a show titled, Discoveries, Seattle based artist Mary Molyneaux’s figurative paintings are about the mystery of what lies beneath multiple layers of paper, paint and, ink and the artist’s struggle to realize the final images.
620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers
Burton Jewelers continues the show of “Two Perspectives”, Linda Henley & James Keul (Mother & Son) floral themed watercolor and landscape oil paintings. Burton Jewelers will also feature a collection of fine emeralds, the May birthstone, including a stunning 2.16 carat gem as well as Mother’s Day rings and pendants that can be personalized with the birthstones of your family. Hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be served.
604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts
THE GOOD STUFF ARTS will feature local artists specializing in the NW flora, fauna, wildlife and scenic beauty in ocean, mountains and valleys of the NW. New jewelry, cards & prints. 7 pm is a FREE DEMO by Textile Artist: Ruth Owen. Refreshments will be served.
913 6th Street, Salt & Vine (New Merchant)
Salt & Vine offers a fine selection of wine, meats and cheeses in a cozy bistro environment. The featured artist for May is Gerald Baron with his oil paintings. Also showing are a variety of mixed media work and photography by local artists.
420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery
Now showing a new collection paintings and sculptures by Leo Osborne. Osborne brings NW paintings on panel with gold leaf and acrylic, in addition to new sculptures. Also showing are acrylics by Anne Martin McCool, oils by Sandy Byers, hand pulled monoprints by Marie Powell and pastels by Amanda Houston. Come see new glass, jewelry, tables and sculptures! Image: “Lesser Luminary”, 40 x 30 Gold Leaf and Acrylic on Canvas by Leo Osborne
419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa
The Majestic is showing impressionistic watercolors and oils by Suzanne Powers. Powers does both plein air and studio paintings and concentrates on showing an emotional response to light, form and color.
611 R Ave, The Depot
The Anacortes Arts Commission presents the 2017 Dual Challenge exhibit: “One by Two”. This project started with a photo provided by 9 fabric artists. The guidelines were simple: use the photo as inspiration in any way you choose to produce a small wall hanging size quilt. No side of the quilt can exceed 50 inches. From there it was up to each artist to go it alone on their quilt. Come see the results on Friday, May 5 from 6-9 pm and Saturday, May 6 from 10 am to 2:00 pm.