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First Friday in Anacortes 6-9PM

705 Commercial Ave., ACME Creative 

ACME Creative is showing work by Anacortes artist, Brian Cypher.  In 2014, Cypher created a suite of etchings called "Entrances, Exits and Entropy", an exploration of abstract forms culled from his practice of automatic drawing. The etchings reveal a world of various states of being; matter becoming, objects decaying and energy transformation. The images represent a look into Cypher’s world of introspective observation of our nature.

620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers

Burton Jewelers features a very special “Private Collection” show featuring sculpture and paintings owned by the Burton family and friends of renowned Northwest Artists including Philip McCracken, Guy Anderson, Leo Osborne, Anne McCool and others.  Some will be for sale.  Also featured will be the custom jewelry designs of Douglas Burton. Celebrate this special opening from 6-9pm with refreshments.

604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff  Arts

THE GOOD STUFF ARTS GALLERY presents its new Show:  TEXTURE & LIGHT” with all new works by our 26 local & regional artists.  New Artists include:  Darlene Klister, Jewelry Artist and metal “Foldforming" brass & bronze trays;  Sarah Bildsoe Swietzer, Ceramic Artist in humorous, whimsical, yet  sometimes poignant messages, and her colorful polymer clay Jewelry (we even have Anacortes Seahawks and Seattle Seahawks colors).  Glass Painting, Porcelain Art and China Painting educational display is a special treat.  Food and drink provided.  New Art Cards, Prints, Gifts & Jewelry.  Hours:  M-F: 10 – 5; Sat 10 – 4;  Sun 11 – 4.  "Come in for the fun – leave with a smile!"

520 Commercial Ave., Pelican Bay Books and Coffee House

Pelican Bay Books presents the paintings of Jazz Morgan. The spirits of animals inhabit her work, emerging from within it stories that live beyond language.  Her work creates for us a sense of place in all of nature’s beauty. Jazz lives, paints, and works with Marine Mammal Stranding in Anacortes.

 

scottm420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery 

The gallery welcomes Anacortes artists:  Keith Sorenson-oils, Mustafa Bilal-photo illustrations, Lewis Jones-photographs on canvas, Steve Nowicki and Les Eelkema with metal work.  Come see the new selection of Jody Bergsma small gift collection and newest notecards from Rakan Alduaij Photography. Reception with the Artists is Friday, October 6 from 6-9pm and we will be open extended hours for the 98221 Studio Tour hosted by the Anacortes Arts Commission on Oct. 21 and 22 from 10am-5pm. Image: “Penobscot River” 20×20 Oil by Keith Sorenson

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa

The Majestic Inn and Spa presents work by Maggi Mason and Dedrian Clark.  Mason says, “As an artist using my own version of collage, I work with handmade papers and batik fabrics on gessoed boards.  My inspiration comes from poems, legends, my imagination, and flora and fauna in the wild around us.  I am trying to share the beauty of our world to those who take the time to look at my work.” Clark, a native Californian, spent her childhood enjoying the beauty and small-town atmosphere of Saratoga, and surrounding areas of Los Gatos and Santa Cruz. Clark now translates her love of nature to her pastel paintings, painting landscapes and wildlife and watching them come alive on canvas.

611 R Ave., The Depot

The Anacortes Arts Commission present the 98221 Studio Tour Preview Show at the Depot. Join us for a sneak peek of the 98221 Studio Tour on Friday, October 6, 6:00-9:00 pm and Saturday, October 7, 10:00 am to 2:00. Visit our website for more information on the 98221 Studio Tour, www.anacortesartscommission.com