The First Friday Artwalk is Friday, July 7 from 6 – 9 pm.
705 Commercial Ave., ACME Creative
ACME Creative continues their exhibition Landscape in the Anthropocene curated by Natalie Niblack. Natural and cultural environments can no longer be separated, and nature is now shaped by culture. More often than not, landscape painting reflects the desires and romantic ideal of the culture that produces it, rather than the reality outside the front door. This exhibition asks the viewer to recognize the consequences of our relationship with the environment.
604 Commercial Ave., The Good Stuff Arts
THE GOOD STUFF ARTS GALLERY presents its NW Artists in our NEW SHOW for the Summer: “SUNSHINE & RAINBOWS” – a celebration of light and color that only the NW can achieve. We are happy to include 2 NEW Artists: Steve Hill, Pastels; and Ralph Bladt, Watercolors; in addition to new works by Ellen Dale, Fused Glass; Randy Emmons, Watercolors; Caroline Garland, Oils; Jan Gellatly, Watercolors; Greg Dugan, Watercolors & Pen & Ink; Peggie Hunnicutt, Acrylics; Terry Mac Donald, Acrylics; Suzanne Powers, Oils; Cynthia Richardson, Acrylics, Maria Wickwire, Sculpture; Ron Moore, Wood Sculpture; and Peggy Woods, Watercolor and many more. New Jewelry by Gail Thein and Annette Tamm whose hand beveled pendants are one-of-a-kind treasures. Our featured Artist Demo will be by Terry Mac Donald with her bright & colorful acrylics, collage & mixed media painting.
913 6th Street, Salt & Vine (New Merchant)
Salt & Vine offers a fine selection of wine, meats and cheeses in a cozy bistro environment. We have Sky Island Cooperative presenting new wood, metal, tile – mixed media pieces for your walls.
420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery
Join us for our 2nd Annual “Little Gems” show featuring a juried exhibit of 70 small works of art in a variety of mediums. Member artists throughout the state of Washington are showcased with many genre and the awards were given by Lois Griffel, director of Cape Cod School of Arts. Best of Show awarded to Joy S. Olney for “Research Men”, oil. First Place awarded to Jane Wallis for “Docked at Port Angeles”, oil. Also, come see new glass, jewelry, tables and an outstanding selection of new sculptures!
419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa
Lois Judd, our July artist, will return to the Majestic Inn with her paintings and mosaics. Both mediums share similar subjects: people, landscapes, and everyday objects. A dynamic contrast in surfaces can be seen in the glitter of glass and the layering of paint.