Artspot always has something interesting cooked up for Third Thursday / each month / year round/ Always 5-8pm.
We promise to introduce you to a talented local artist doing interesting things and often will have a few cool art materials out for you to try. Come SEE!
We support local artists with excellent service and quality pigments and materials!
ART WALK EDMONDS / THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 5-8PM
ART WALK MEET & GREET / JOIN US & ENJOY CAKE & PUNCH!
ARTspot is a big part of the local art scene. We represent the unique work of over 20 artists that live and work in our community.
On this very special evening, many of our artists will be here with new paintings, sculpture and jewelry. Kick off your holiday shopping by supporting both your local art store and locals artists all in one swoop of glorious gift giving generosity. Or.... just get something nice for yourself.
Either way, it's sure to be a super special evening.
Tracy Felix (resin and whimsical blooms) Rick Holst (exquisite paper circles assemblage)
Mike O-Day (whimsical ceramic sculpture, dogs and crows) Sue Robertson (coffee cup paintings) Chris Minor (deadmonds art prints)
Robin Westbrook (colorful, artsy and inventive jewelry) Dana Butler (artsy jewelry based on the masters) Ellen Chapelle (metal jewelry)
Glass art of “Bedrock” NEW! (mobiles!) Jewelry by “Similla” NEW! (made with really big colorful seeds!)
Art Walk Edmonds Thursday, December 20, 5-8 PM
We will have lots of ARTsy Gifties for last minute shoppers
Join us to create an ARTsy ornament to take home. Our treat to you!
Some really neat stuff we did earlier this year!...
July 19 Edmonds Art Walk: "Dog Days of Summer"Pet Portraits to raise money for paws has become an annual event for pet lovers here at artspot.
Another great night to raise $ for our local animal rescue!
Thank you to artists Mike O'Day, Cody French and Julia Carpenter for sketching portraits of people's happy pups.
Thank you also to all the folks that came over with their pets, or photos! We enjoyed meeting each and every one of you!
One of the funnest art walk nights! We raised $400 in donations! 100% will go to PAWS Animal Rescue. :-)
"Heart Spot" events are designed TO ENCOURAGE ONE ANOTHER, TO MAKE ART together and TO SUPPORT GOOD CAUSES IN OUR COMMUNITY. Here's what we have accomplished so far with your support and generosity:
We continue to offer artspot's first self published coloring book dedicated to saving coral reefs
Designed and Illustrated by Bryn Fraker.
ARTspot's first original coloring book designed and illustrated with the amazing coral reef drawings of Bryn Fraker. The coloring book craze continues, and Bryn's passion for marine biology inspired this book. Every purchase will result in a donation to the Coral Reef Alliance.
Bryn is an Edmonds native, and a four year recipient of an Edmonds Arts Commission College Scholarship. She graduated with honors from California College of Art in 2014. Bryn's degree in Stop Motion Animation is augmented by a second degree in Art History.
Bryn is currently building her career in the animation industry in Los Angeles, California. After working on the Academy Award nominated animated movie "Anomalisa," she continued on with Stoopid Buddies Stoodio working on original programming for television. She has done some commercial work, including Honda, and even an intro to "The Simpsons!" You can see some of her work at brynfraker.com.
Coloring Books are 8'x8' with 18 illustrations to color. Available now only at ARTspot for $11.95 -OR- Click here to order a copy!
Edmonds has a Heart February 2018
ARTspot joined Edmonds Downtown merchants in raising money for Washington Kids in Transition. We raffled off a basket overflowing with art supplies. We raised $140, and the event earned $1,200 total to help out homeless kids in the Edmonds School District!. washingtonkidsintransition.org.
"Heart Spot" events 2017 were designed TO ENCOURAGE ONE ANOTHER, TO MAKE ART together and TO SUPPORT GOOD CAUSES IN OUR COMMUNITY. Here's what we accomplished in 2017 with your support and generosity:
over $200 raised for the "VOICE" Program! Thank you everyone who purchased art to support this special group of artists!
Thank you Mary Peterson for all you do in the community, making the Creative Connection happen, and for making monoprints during February art walk with Edmonds art walk visitors!
ARTspot donated canvases and we raised over $200 from sales of the wonderful art the kids made for VOICE (Vocational Opportunities In Community Experience) program!
March 2017: Barbara Wyatt "Nasty Woman" Pendants proved to be a great Fundraiser. Over $300 raised for our local ywCA
Thank you Barbara Wyatt for making and donating your time to a great cause. Barbara is a very talented, local artist and very good friend of ARTspot. Barbara is one of the most versatile artists ever! She is always learning and teaching new techniques.
When she decided to go to the Women's March in Washington DC this January, she went into production mode making these delightful "Nasty Women" pendants. It seems she could not make enough of them, as so many women who saw them wanted one!
This month's community fundraiser was for the YWCA. This organization helps homeless women and children in our community.
April 2017: "We're Better Together" painting Sessions
Over twenty artists got together this month to paint life affirming, uplifiting art.
The 10x10" paintings created at the "Paint-Together" sessions were revealed in the front windows of ARTspot for April's Third Thursday Art Walk. Folks came in to purchase the art through May 1. 100% of proceeds from artist fees and the purchase price of $50=$150 went to washingtonkidsintransition.org. We raised almost $1,200 to help out homeless kids in the Edmonds School District!
May 2017: Scooped up ice cream for Doctors Without Borders
Heart Spot's May Art Walk event raised $200 with the help of artist Cody French's "Sweet Show!" Everyone enjoyed both Cody's funky crazy ice cream cone sculptures, and the scooping of real ice cream to kick off summer. It felt great to raise money for Doctors Without Borders.
June 15 ARt walk: ART Rocks!
Lots of donations for The Edmonds food bank
A little over a year ago, you may have noticed colorful rocks showing up in the most surprising places around downtown Edmonds. ARTspot was interested... and with a little detective work, and talking to some of the Mom's coming in to buy acrylic paint at our art store, we discovered "Edmonds Rocks."
A group of Moms and kids have been painting rocks, and hiding them with the express purpose of surprising and delighting anyone who either want to just admire, or even keep them as a found treasure.
For June Art Walk Edmonds, we set up a project table for anyone who wanted to take a little time to paint a rock. We supplied the paint and brushes. Thanks you to the "Art Rocks" group here in town for bringing rocks to share. Thank you to all who brought a donation for the Edmonds Food Bank.