Posts Tagged ‘Issaquah art galleries’

Issaquah Art, Wine and All That Jazz Tonight 6-9pm

The Downtown Issaquah Association’s 15th annual Art, Wine and All That Jazz event continues on Friday, August 4th from 6-9pm.  The event is FREE to the public. Bring the kids, friends and neighbors to experience local artists, hands-on art, nationally and internationally acclaimed jazz musicians and wine tasting!

Calendar of art walks and events through October 6

First Thursday

Gallery Walks in Pioneer Square and the Seattle Art Museum area, 5 – 8pm.

Downtown Museum and Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park are free all day on First


First Friday

Anacortes Galleries are open from 6 –

Bainbridge Island Galleries are open from 6 – 8pm.

Bellingham Downtown Art Walk is from 6 –

Bremerton Gallery Walk is from 5 – 8pm in downtown

Ellensburg Art Walk is from 5 – 7:30pm in Historic downtown

Fremont Art Walk is from 6 –

Issaquah Art Walk is from 6 – 9pm, May – September in downtown

Sequim Art Walk is from 5 – 8pm in downtown Sequim.

Upper Queen Anne Art Walk is from 3 – 9pm and takes place between the 1500 and 2400 block On Queen Anne Avenue

Vashon Island Gallery Cruise is from 6 – 9pm.


First Saturday

Gig Harbor Art Walk along the waterfront is from 1 – 5pm, and every Thursday night in the summer until 8pm.

La Conner Galleries are open 5 – 8pm as part of the Skagit Valley Art Escape

Langley on Whidbey Island Art Walk is from 5 – 7pm.

Port Townsend Art Walk is from 5:30 – 8:30pm.

Quilcene Art Walk is from 11am –


October 1 – 31

Savor the San Juans – A Medley of Food, Art & Culture,, Lopez Island, Orcas Island, San Juan Island,

October 3 – 5

La Conner Annual Quilt Fest and Silent Auction Visit


Museum of Glass  in Tacoma for the 11th Annual Iittala Bird Lovers’ Weekend. A yearly celebration of the artistry of Professor Oiva Toikka – one of the most renowned names in glass art – the Bird Lovers’ Weekend will spotlight the imaginative, rich and bold glass Birds by Toikka via a special exhibit with various bird-making demonstrations by Iittala master glassblowers.


October 4

San Juan Island Oktoberfest!, San Juan Island,


October 4 – 5

Artstock on San Juan Island,


Issaquah Salmon Days Festival, 10am – 6pm in Downtown Issaquah.Loads of art and free fun. Visit



20th Annual Whatcom Artist Studio Tour

More than 50 Whatcom County artists will open their studios to the public during the 20th annual Whatcom Studio Artist Tour held the first two weekends of October 4-5 and 11-12 from 10 am to 5 pm daily. Each studio will present a wide selection of art for sale and artists will be available throughout the tour to meet with visitors and many will provide demonstrations of their craft.  Art represented on the tour includes clay, glass, handmade books, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography, sculpture and woodworking.  The event is free of charge, people of all ages are welcome and most studios are accessible.  Check the website for updates on venue openings and exhibition dates.

July 18 happenings in Issaquah and Seattle

arteastPAWA (Plein Air Washington Artists) and artEAST Art Center  are sponsoring “NW Landscapes Grand & Intimate” plus “Art Outside” Plein Air Festival juried exhibitions July 18–August 28. Opening receptions are on Friday, July 18, 6:30–8pm at Blakely Hall,  550 NE Park Dr, and Saturday, July 19, 6:30–8pm at artEAST Art Center, 95 Front Street,  both in Issaquah. Shown at the left and above: Shadow Patterns, Weeks Falls, Olallie State Park” Jan Albach Jewell, “Farm Fields” Joy Olney,“Peeled and Peeling (Needle Creek Fire at Harts Pass)” Suze Woolf, “Blue Sky” Ann Elizabeth Scott.



Ltd. Art Gallery, 307 E. Pike, presents their newest show, “Fantasy in the City.” The exhibit consists of works by over 30 artists who imagine a world where science fiction and fantasy clash with modern city lives. The opening reception is from 7-11pm.

Recycled Art at artEast in Issaquah

arteast Friday, Sept. 30, 6-9pm at artEAST Art Center , 95 Front St. N, in Issaquah, join the gallery in the opening reception to see how a group of artists transformed ordinary objects destined for the landfill into works of art in the exhibit,”RecyclART: Reduce, Reuse, Rethink!” The show runs through October 30.