The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, January 6 from 6 – 9 pm.
705 Commercial Ave., A.C.M.E. Creative Spaces
Continuing in January, ACME Creative welcomes local favorite Kathleen Faulkner and Bellingham ceramic artist AnnMarie DeCollibus. Faulkner’s beautiful northwest scenes are an interesting pairing with DeCollibus’ functional water inspired vessels.
620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers
For Epiphany Artwalk, Burton Jewelers continues their art show with the work of Richard Nash, a regional NW artist, featuring his unique and nuanced compositional approach to botanical and non-representational acrylic paintings and his contemporary sculpture from his Conical Etude Series in Cor-ten and stainless steel. Special New Year Values will be offered on giftware and jewelry to those who attend. Refreshments will be served.
604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts
THE GOOD STUFF ARTS GALLERY presents a new showing of Local Artists in bright, BOLD colors to keep the winter darkness at bay. Included are local NW Artists: Pat Collins, Stylized Hardwood Sculptures; Greg Dugan, Whimsical Art; Randy Emmons, Watercolor Scenes; Peggie Hunnicutt, Watercolor on Canvas; Terry MacDonald, Acrylics; Ron Moore, Segmented Wood Vessels; Ruth Owen, Textiles; Suzanne Powers, Oil; Susan Raymond, Clay Critters; Cynthia Richardson, Acrylics; Carla Seaton, Mixed Media “Funky Art”; Gail Thein, Jewelry; Peggy Woods, Watercolor.
420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery
Scott Milo Gallery continues the show with pastels by Amanda Houston, color photographs by Randy Dana and Lewis Jones, acrylics by Jennifer Bowman and photo encaustics by Kathy Hastings. We will have a new collection of sculptures, custom tables, glass and jewelry for the holidays. Shown: Sunflower Sunrise, 33 x 29 Color Photograph by Randy Dana.
419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa
The Majestic is showing work by two Anacortes artists, Caroline Garland and Donna Nevitt Radtke. Caroline Garland is an award-winning artist who creates works in oil, acrylic and pastel that reflect her appreciation of beauty in the landscape. Donna Nevitt-Radtke’s primary medium is oil using an impasto, impressionistic, abstract style. The inspiring Northwest Landscape gets filtered through her artist’s eye blurring the lines between representation and abstraction.