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Calendar of Art Walks and Events Through September 17

Second Thursday

Blitz, Capitol Hill’s Art Walk is from 5 – 8pm. capitolhillartwalk.com

West Seattle Art Walk is from 6 – 9pm. westseattleartwalk.blogspot.com

September 15 – 17

Greater Gig Harbor Open Studio Tour, 10am – 5pm. The tour includes artists in Gig Harbor, South Kitsap, Fox Isl., and Key Peninsula. www.gigharboropenstudiotour.org

September 16 – 17

Edmonds Art Studio Tour, 10am – 5pm. www.edmondsartstudiotour.com

Openings at Cole Gallery and Gallery North in Edmonds

cole Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue South, opens from 5-8pm, during the Edmonds Art Walk with a reception for “Feathers, Field & Feline.” Featured are pastels, oils and bronze sculpture by Sandy Byers and Rip Caswell. Owner Denise Cole says, “Meet the artists, enjoy champagne and treats as well as live Celtic folk music by Acoustic Cadence.” Shown: Building Trust by Sandy Byers.

 

gallerynorth On view at Gallery North, 508 Main Street, is “Ink, Paper, Paint, and Nature.” The show is a collection of paintings, photographs, and Verbos by three local artists: Jurate Harrison (painter), Jeff Harrison (photographer), and Nomeda Lukoseviciene (Verbos artist). The public is invited to meet the artists at their Artists’ Reception Saturday, February 18th from 2-5 PM, and also during the Edmonds Third Thursday Art Walk from 5-8 PM.

Rip Caswell sculptures at Cole Gallery in Edmonds

cole Bronze sculptor,  Rip Caswell will be doing a demonstration and introduce a grouping of new sculptures at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds in a reception on June 18 from 2-6pm. The artist is featured in July’s issue of American Art Collector Magazine.

Rip Caswell sculptures at Cole Gallery in Edmonds

cole Bronze sculptor,  Rip Caswell will be doing a demonstration and introduce a grouping of new sculptures at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue S. in Edmonds in a reception on June 18 from 2-6pm. The artist is featured in July’s issue of American Art Collector Magazine.

Currently on view

Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue South  in Edmonds, is featuring a new artist to the gallery, Lisa Lamoreaux, during the month of March. An opening reception is scheduled for March 17 from 5-8pm.

 

Alonso_Aqua_11 The Francine Seders Gallery, 6701 Greenwood Avenue North in Seattle, is currently showing new work by Juan Alonso, Dina Barzel, Gail Grinnell, Anne Hirondelle, Anna McKee, and Bradd Skubinna. The opening reception is March 6 from 2-4pm, and the show runs through March 27. Shown: Juan Alonso, Aqua 1.

“Open Space,”  works suggesting open vistas by Karin Schminke is on view at the Patricia Cameron Gallery, 234 Dexter Avenue North. The show runs through April  12.

 

Winston Wachter Fine Art , 203 Dexter Avenue North, is featuring dual  exhibits through April 21. On view are “Passages” by Peter Waite and “Point in Time” by Ann Gardner. Waite paints each work on several flat, flexible panels that are then lined up and affixed directly to the wall. Gardner is known for her unique sculptures that use hand cut, tinted and etched glass to create elegant mosaic-covered forms that challenge the physical boundaries of the medium.

First Glance for July at the Cole Gallery in Edmonds

On display through the month of July at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th Avenue South in Edmonds, are works by Michele Usibelli and David Marty. Shown: Michele Usibelli, Sunscreen.

Joe Mac Kechnie’s new paintings at the Cole Gallery

An evening with art, wine and food is planned at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th. Avenue South in Edmonds, on June 19 from 6-8:30pm. The occasion showcases new works by the Edmonds Art Festival poster artist, Joe Mac Kechnie. The CIM Financial Group is sponsoring a drawing for a $200 gift certificate, and the drawing will  take place during the reception at 7:30pm. Shown: Edmonds View.

Jennifer Bowman at Cole Gallery through June 30

“First Glance,” paintings by award-winning northwest artist Jennifer Bowman, are on view at the Cole Gallery, 107 5th Avenue South in Edmonds, through June 30. Shown: Hopper Holiday.