Looking for a brief reprieve from the mid-winter blahs? Why not spend the evening listening to jazz, watching local artists demo their work, enjoying small plates, and sampling wines from 15 boutique wineries? Sound fun? All of this is happening at the Lynnwood Convention Center, Friday, Feb. 1 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m., when the Lynnwood Arts Commission hosts its first The Art of Food and Wine event. Read more from James Spangler at My Edmonds News in his article about the event (click here).
Jennifer Diehl, Ron Stocke, Angela Bandurka, Willow Bader and Susan Waite bring a luscious show featuring oil, watercolor and encaustic paintings by five Cole Gallery artists. This show, composed entirely of evening scenes, captures cityscapes, interiors and glowing sunset landscapes. This is a must see for anyone who loves the beauty of the night!
The AIS's 2nd Small Works Showcase will be held March 23rd through April 21st, 2018, at Greenwich House Gallery in Cincinnati, OH. AIS Master Kenn Backhaus will serve as the judge of awards. Opening reception will be Saturday, March 23rd from 5 to 9pm at the gallery.
What? Angela Bandurka and Barbara Wyatt are offering a one-day sale of their artwork for the holidays.
When? Sunday, November 19, 11am-5pm
Where? Barbara Wyatt's studio, 17627 Talbot Road, Edmonds WA 98026
Stop by for refreshment and peruse all the great artwork for sale just in time for the holidays at Barbara's studio. There will be original artwork and prints from Angela Bandurka, and functional and decorative ceramics from Barbara Wyatt.
What? Edmonds Art Studio Tour
When? The weekend of Sept 16 & 17, 10-5pm each day
Where? NEW LOCATION THIS YEAR: Angela will be at David Marty's studio, 8508 Talbot Rd, Edmonds, WA 98026
This is a great time to preview new work, get great deals on old work and demo pieces, and stock up on holiday gifts of art. Angela will offer the following items at the tour this year:
- Calendars of Angela's work for 2018 (NEW! there will be two sizes: 10x10 and 6x6 inches)
- Original artwork
- Deep discounts on old inventory
- Prints on canvas
Artist reception, book signing and exhibit for all of the artists that participated in the books, Art State: Washington by Lillyan Hendershot.
Opening March 11th, Cole Gallery is delighted to announce the biggest event of the year, the 10th annual Anniversary Show! As an invitational showcase for all of the Cole Gallery artists, the exhibition will span the spectrum from classical realism to whimsical impressionism, in all sizes and mediums including painting, sculpture, glass and wood works. This much anticipated show will sweep you into a world of brilliant beauty, with an exquisite collection from contemporary masters of still life, figurative, landscape and more! The show will run through April 17th.
The AIS's inaugural showcase will be held March 11th through 25th, 2017, at Randy Higbee Gallery in Costa Mesa, California. AIS Master Peggi Kroll-Roberts will serve as the judge of awards. Opening reception will be Saturday, March 11th from 6 to 9pm at the gallery.
Paintings are available for purchase from the gallery by calling 714-546-2156.
WHAT: The annual art studio tour is a city-wide opening of artists' studios for you to come visit! I'll be showing my work at Barbara Wyatt's studio again this year. She does fabulous pottery in her amazing studio by the sea! I'll have my calendars again this year, filled with new art each year; cards, prints, and original artwork as well.
WHEN: The weekend of Sept 17/18, 10-5 each day
WHERE: 17627 Talbot Rd, Edmonds, WA
Visit http://www.edmondsartstudiotour.com/ for a map of all the open studios, about 20 in all showcasing the work of about 40 local artists!
WHEN: Saturday, July 9th, 6:30-9pm
WHERE: Cole Gallery, 107 Fifth Ave S, Edmonds, WA
WHAT: Ron Stocke will showcase his watercolor night scenes, and I will showcase mine in oils! Come see us at Cole Gallery during the reception or the Edmonds Art Walk on July 21st! The show will be up the entire month of July, so even if you can't make it to one of the evenings listed, you'll still be able to come see the show.
Look for our ad and article in American Art Collector Magazine!