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Baubles Showing at Gallery North in Edmonds

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“Baubles” exhibit at Gallery North, 401 Main Street in Edmonds, features hand-wrought pottery and jewelry by Penny Berglund surrounded by brightly colored sea creatures photographed by Mary Bess Johnson in their show this month. See it during the Edmonds Art Walk from 5-8pm tonight. When you visit the gallery in November don’t forget to enter the People’s Choice contest! (Just ask any Gallery North member for the form.) Vote for your favorite piece in the gallery this month and you could be selected win a tempered glass plate featuring a photograph of a "Smiling Nudibranch" by Mary Bess Johnson. Image: Raku-fired Pottery by Penny Berglund

Art Walk Edmonds Third Thursday

Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue,, is  featuring a selection of rare sculpture by major Northwest artists covering the decades of 1920’s-1960’s in an exhibition titled “Northwest Sculpture: Five Decades of Form and Innovation.”  Artists working in wood, plaster, marble and bronze include Everett DuPen, John Carl Ely, Marvin Herard, James FitzGerald, Phillip Levine, Ebba Rapp, and George Tsutakawa.

The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S.,  presents two feature shows: Michael Orwick & Bev Jozwiak from August 17 – September 18. Show opening is from 5-8pm.

Meet Michael and Bev and enjoy live music  with the Toka Ensemble, champagne,   & chocolate tastings from Scarlata Chocolates!   

CaptureThis month’s featured artist a Gallery North, 401 Main Street in Edmonds, is the work of Lonni R. Flowers in an exhibit called “Flora, Fauna, Land, and Sea.”  The gallery will be open for Third Thursday from 5-8pm.

Edmonds Art Walk Third Thursday from 5-8 PM

cascadiaCascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue,, is  featuring a selection of rare sculpture by major Northwest artists covering the decades of 1920’s-1960’s in an exhibition titled “Northwest Sculpture: Five Decades of Form and Innovation.”  Artists working in wood, plaster, marble and bronze include Everett DuPen, John Carl Ely, Marvin Herard, James FitzGerald, Phillip Levine, Ebba Rapp, and George Tsutakawa.

 

 

 

Currently showing at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. opens for the Edmonds Art Walk with Angela Bandurka & Ron Stocke in "Reflections." Both painters are acclaimed for their ability to capture reflections, in still life, city and waterscapes and much more.

 

 

galnorth“From the Earth, Of the Earth” with ceramic work by Melinda O’Malley and paintings by Leah Rene Welch are on view this month at Gallery North, 401 Main Street.The earth is integral to each of these artists, both as a material and a subject.Enjoy refreshments at Art Walk Edmonds on Thursday, July 20, 5-8pm. Be sure to participate in the silent auction for one of Leah’s paintings.

 

 

 

Join Zinc Art, 102 3rd Avenue S.,  this Thursday, July 20th, from 5 – 8pm
for the opening reception of “The Thought of Flying,” featuring new works by Artist
Michael Dickter.

Edmonds Art Walk Third Thursday in June 5-8PM

cascadiaCascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue,, is  featuring a selection of rare sculpture by major Northwest artists covering the decades of 1920’s-1960’s in an exhibition titled “Northwest Sculpture: Five Decades of Form and Innovation.”  Artists working in wood, plaster, marble and bronze include Everett DuPen, John Carl Ely, Marvin Herard, James FitzGerald, Phillip Levine, Ebba Rapp, and George Tsutakawa.

 

 

 

Currently showing at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S., is work by Mike Wise who brings a new collection of art embodying the essence of the rugged and wild landscape, the elegance of nature and the profound beauty of our American farmlands. Also showing is Kyle Paliotto’s impressionist landscapes and animal paintings which bring an intimate perspective into farm life and the beauty of rural settings all around us. Champagne toast and light dessert bites along with live Gypsy Jazz from the Toka Ensemble and the reception on Art Walk night.

 

 

galnorth_thumb[2]The June exhibit at Gallery North, 401 Main Street, is "It’s in the Details!” featuring Anacortes painter Sue Swapp and Yakima potter Bernadette Crider.  Swapp is highly skilled in oil, acrylic, pastel and watercolor and bases her choice of medium on her subject. Her work features Northwest landscapes and often offers the viewer a moment’s glimpse into the life of an animal. Crider creates her celadon and plum-red ceramic pieces by hand-carving details into the leather-hard clay before it is fired. 

 

 

Zinc Art + Object Gallery, 102 3rd. Avenue S., opens “Pieces of Stories” and
a second look at works by Hibiki Miyazaki & Melinda Tidwell.

Edmonds Art Walk April 20 from 5-8 PM

cascadia“Botanical Exuberance: Trees & Flowers in Northwest Art” is showing  at Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue. The show begins with 19th and early 20th century paintings by Tacoma’s Abby Williams Hill (1861-1943).  Her paintings were so highly regarded that she was commissioned to paint four landscapes that were used as travel posters for the Great Northern and Northern Pacific Railway. From the 19th century through today, local artists have used floral and tree motifs in their work in various mediums. Many artists of yesteryear who made their reputations glorifying the beauty of our area are included in the exhibition..Shown: Glen Alps, Hollyhocks, 1958, Serigraph, Private Collection.

 

 

 

The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S., celebrates “Flowers & Gardens, Indoors and Out” through May 15. The group show highlights some of the gallery’s versatile painters who capture flowers and gardens, both in landscape paintings and in still life. During the Edmonds Art Walk the gallery will serve champagne, light dessert bites and offer entertainment by Gypsy Folk and Jazz from the Toka Ensemble.

 

 

gallnorthGallery North’s featured exhibit is “Moment & Eternity”, an exhibit of photography and oil paintings by award-winning artist Wei Chen. Well-known for her painterly photography, this artist uses an unusual technique to convey a very personal feeling of nostalgia in her work. Wei Chen uses light as paint and the camera as her brush to create surrealistic, in-camera images, in contrast to the traditional use of photography for realistic representation. Shown: Ocean Nocturne XXI. The gallery is located 401 Main Street.

Gallery North Small Works Show in Edmonds Tonight

galnorthGallery North, 401 Main Street in Edmonds, invites all for refreshments during the Art Walk Edmonds tonight from  5-8pm. The gallery is showing the Small Works Show featuring over 200 pieces by 75 different artists! This is an annual opportunity for collectors to access small affordable pieces by many well-known artists. The Small Works exhibit is open to the public seven days a week only until March 30!

Third Thursday Art Walk Edmonds 5-8PM

“"Northwest Social Realism and the American Scene: 1930-1950,” is featured during the Edmonds Art Walk and will be on view at the Cascadia Art Museum,  190 Sunset Avenue E., through March 26. The exhibition focuses on Northwest artists and their depictions of scenes of everyday life in the Northwest during the 1930s through the 1950s.

 

 

The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S., features, “Breathe,”  a new show by Andy Eccleshall featuring serene landscapes, light-filled  skies and quiet evening nightscapes. 

 

 

galnorThe Northwest Pastel Society is holding it’s first ever Mixed Media exhibit at Gallery North, 401 Main Street, this month. 24 pieces of artwork have been juried into the show by 16 artists from Washington, Oregon and California. Participating artists have combined pastels with other media such as monotypes, handmade prints, watercolors, acrylic inks, collage, acrylic paints, and colored pencils.  Image:  Best of Show Winner Time Lapse by Barbara Szkutnik.

 

 

zinc“Ancient Vases” – New works on paper by Curt Labitzke is the featured show this month  at  Zinc Art102 3rd Avenue  S. Seattle artist and UW Associate Professor of Printmaking Curt Labitzke brings highly textural and classically inspired works on paper.

Edmonds Art Walk 5-8pm Tonight

“"Northwest Social Realism and the American Scene: 1930-1950,” is featured during the Edmonds Art Walk and will be on view at the Cascadia Art Museum,  190 Sunset Avenue E., through March 26. The exhibition focuses on Northwest artists and their depictions of scenes of everyday life in the Northwest during the 1930s through the 1950s. Many works reflect the industrial, political and social aspects of the Great Depression and WWII period. Curator, David Martin observes, "Even though Washington State has a strong history of labor activities and progressive social values, very little research has focused on the regional visual arts reflecting these subjects, especially from the turbulent era of the Great Depression."

 

 

The Cole Gallery, 107 5th Avenue S., presents “Vibrant Skies,”  a new show from Jeff White, on view from January 19 – February 13. White’s landscapes are reminiscent of the Hudson River School of painters.

 

 

gallerynorthThis month Gallery North, 401 Main Street,  features “In With the New”, an exhibit highlighting the work of artists who were juried in as new members of the gallery during the past year. The show features the graphic and symbolic paintings of Laura Ackerman and a wide variety of detailed miniatures and larger impressionistic paintings by Lena Leitzke.

Edmonds Art Walk Tonight from 5-8pm

ariaAria Studio Gallery, 535 Main Street, features art by Joan Archer. Join her for the Edmonds Art Walk from 5-8pm.

 

 

 

ccascA Spirit Unbound: The Art of Peggy Strong,” is showing at the Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue in Edmonds, through January 8. This is the first retrospective for the artist, featuring works held privately in the family’s collection and never seen by the public until now. Curator David F. Martin, long recognized as the leading authority on Northwest women artists, considers this one of his most important exhibitions.

 

 

Luke J. Tornatzky, nationally acclaimed wooden boat artist, is the featured artist this month at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th Avenue S. Enjoy champagne, hot cider and dessert bites as you meet the artist at the art walk tonight.

 

 

galnorthFor the month of December, Gallery North , 401 Main Street,  features “Gifts of the Season,”  wherein gallery artists have created items for gift giving – everything from hostess gifts, art calendars, seasonally-themed cards, and ornaments to fine art and artisan craft items. Shown: An Edmonds Kind of Christmas by Rene Welch. Refreshments will be served at the gallery walk tonight from 5-8pm.

Third Thursday Art Walk in Edmonds

ccascA Spirit Unbound: The Art of Peggy Strong,” is showing at the Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue in Edmonds, through January 8. This is the first retrospective for the artist, featuring works held privately in the family’s collection and never seen by the public until now. Curator David F. Martin, long recognized as the leading authority on Northwest women artists, considers this one of his most important exhibitions.

 

Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S., opens from 5-8pm with Pam Ingalls & Willow Bader in a show through November 14.The artist’s reception includes  live jazz with Rich Cole & Friends and a champagne toast and light dessert bites.

 

gallerynorhtGallery North, the oldest co-op gallery in the Greater Seattle area, 401 Main Street, invites all for refreshments from 5-8pm and to view the work of "The Olde Masters" – ten former and long-term Gallery North member artists.

 

 

zincZinc Art, 102 3rd. Avenue S., opens for Third Thursday with The Fish Jumped Laughing Into the Net with a reception from 5-8pm. San Francisco artist Chelsea Ryoko Wong creates playful figurative works that explore modern culture, lifestyle and politics. Shown: I Cooked a Big Feast for Naked Us, I Didn’t Use Any Lemons

Third Thursday Edmonds Art Walk 5-8pm

ccascA Spirit Unbound: The Art of Peggy Strong,” is showing at the Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue in Edmonds. This is the first retrospective for the artist, featuring works held privately in the family’s collection and never seen by the public until now. Curator David F. Martin, long recognized as the leading authority on Northwest women artists, considers this one of his most important exhibitions.

 

 

The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S., celebrates autumn with Kimberly Adams’ oil finger paintings. Reminiscent of the Impressionists, with a definite contemporary twist, Kimberly illuminates the canvas with landscapes full of vibrant color depicting the Northwest’s  wondrous palette.

 

 

gallerynorthGallery North, 401 Main Street, invites all to enjoy refreshments and meet artist Janet Hawse whose exhibit, “A Brush With Life” is featured this month. This exhibit will continue to be open to the public daily until September 30.

zincZinc Art, 102 3rd. Avenue S., opens for Third Thursday with Liz Tran’s explosive solo show, on view through October 17. Tran will unveil new pieces from her series “Lightspeed” alongside other new works. Shown: Lightspeed 2

Edmonds Art Walk Tonight from 5-8pm

 

cascadiaOn view through August 23 at the Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue in Edmonds, are two new exhibitions: “Against The Moon: The Art of John Matsudaira,” and “Northwest Photography at Mid-Century.” Shown: John Matsudaira (1922-2007)  First Snow, 1959, Oil on canvas 48 x 32" Collection of the Matsudaira Family.

 

 

 

The Cole Gallery, 107 Fifth Avenue S., is showing, "Three Voices," the art of Jennifer, Susan & Douglas Diehl, all members of the same family. On view from August 18 – September 12, a champagne reception with dessert  will greet the artists during the Edmonds gallery walk from 5-8pm.

 

 

galnorthThe seventh annual Beauty of the Northwest Exhibit is on view through August 31 at Gallery North401 Main Street in downtown Edmonds. This year’s show features 71 works of art by 45 Northwest artists. All artwork is available for purchase. The Beauty of the Northwest Exhibit is open to the public, seven days a week. Shown: by Frankie Gollub,

 

 

zincElizabeth Gahan brings an in-depth conversation of Seattle’s rapid growth in painted form to ZINC Art  + Object A, 102 3rd. Avenue S., August 18-September 12 in a show titled “BOOM: from wonder to whiplash.” Gahan examines the beauty and inspiration behind our region’s urban environment while asking for critical consideration of the powerful dynamic between the natural and industrial world. You can join the conversation with Gahan at the opening night artist’s reception on August 18 at the Edmonds gallery   from 5-8pm. Shown at the left: Engulfing

Third Thursday Art Walk in Edmonds 5-8pm

cascadiaOn view through August 23 at the Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue in Edmonds, are two new exhibitions: “Against The Moon: The Art of John Matsudaira,” and “Northwest Photography at Mid-Century.” Shown: John Matsudaira (1922-2007)  First Snow, 1959, Oil on canvas 48 x 32" Collection of the Matsudaira Family

 

 

The Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S., is showing "Nocturne" Paintings of the Night, through  August 15, featuring Ron Stocke, Angela Bandurka and selected gallery artists including Willow Bader, Terrence Gasca and more.

 

 

galnorthMeet Lonni Flowers and enjoy her exhibition, “Colorful Imaginings,”  during the Edmonds Art Walk from 5-8pm  at Gallery North, 401 Main Street. . “Colorful Imaginings” is open to the public daily through July 31 and will include more than thirty of Lonni’s playful original paintings as well as many of her hand-painted silk scarves, and unique jewelry creations. . Shown: Tropical Tryst.

 

 

zincCalifornia sculptor Angela Schwer makes her Northwest debut at Zinc Art, 102 3rd. Avenue S.,  with “Designed Chaos” exhibiting July 21-August 15. Leaving color off the table, Schwer brings to light the immense complexity and often elegantly chaotic designs in nature with her pure white polymer clay sculptures of plant, sea, and fungi life that can be hung vertically or set tabletop.

Third Thursday Art Walk in Edmonds From 5-8 PM

cascadiaOn view through August 23 at the Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue in Edmonds, are two new exhibitions: “Against The Moon: The Art of John Matsudaira,” and “Northwest Photography at Mid-Century.” Shown: John Matsudaira (1922-2007)  First Snow, 1959, Oil on canvas 48 x 32" Collection of the Matsudaira Family

 

 

galnorth“Earth, Dust and Oil,” pottery by Melinda O’Malley and paintings by Leah Welch are featured in the art walk at Gallery North, 401 Main Street, and will be on view through June 30. Shown at the right: Need a Flower by Melinda O’Malley.

 

 

zincAn encore show by Alfred Harris opens during the art walk at Zinc Art , 102 3rd. Avenue S.. Harris’ May show with Zinc was his first solo exhibition with the gallery and also his first ever sold out showing.  Harris’ notable and highly graphic, in-depth mixed media pieces layer found paper, instinctive brushstrokes, and resin for methodical works of structure that also radiate an energetic spontaneity. His work can be found in the collections of the Seattle Art Museum, Portland Art Museum, Tacoma Art Museum, as well as many corporate collections. Shown at the left: Cards on a Tray.

Edmonds Art Walk May 19 from 5-8 PM

cascadiaOn view through August 23 at the Cascadia Art Museum, 190 Sunset Avenue in Edmonds, are two new exhibitions: “Against The Moon: The Art of John Matsudaira,” and “Northwest Photography at Mid-Century.” Shown: John Matsudaira (1922-2007)  First Snow, 1959, Oil on canvas 48 x 32" Collection of the Matsudaira Family

 

 

Christopher Framing & Gallery, 537 Main Street, is featuring “Elements of the Northwest,” oils by Judith Perry this month.

Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S., is showing “Watercolor on Canvas by Kendahl Jan Jubb” through June 4. In this new show Kendahl brings a collection with varied subject matter, from her stylized forest animals to bouquets of flowers, all in brilliant colors.

 

 

gallerynorthGallery North, 401 Main Street, opens for the art walk with “Heart of the Garden,” watercolors by this month’s featured artist  Catherine James. The gallery says, “Enjoy refreshments and meet  Catherine M. James during the Edmonds Art Walk on May 19.” The exhibit will continue to be open to the public daily through May 31. Work by other gallery members will also be on view.

 

 

zincNew works by Alfred Harris opens during the art walk at Zinc Art , 102 3rd. Avenue S. A special reception for the artist is planned for May 21 from 5-7pm. The show runs through June 13.