April Gallery Walk

The Anacortes Gallery Walk is Friday, April 4 from 6 – 9 pm.

1005 8th Street, Industrious Industries

Isolated Incidents. Rachel and Stephanie Smith are sisters working collaboratively in the art and design world in Walla Walla, Washington. Their artwork uses collage/mixed media and installation to explore concepts surrounding gender, humanity, isolation and marginalization.

711 Commercial Ave., Anne Martin McCool Gallery

Anne Martin McCool Gallery’s features an amazing selection of quilts by the Fidalgo Island Quilters and also includes new paintings by Anne Martin McCool, jewelry by Carole Cunningham and Debbie Aldrich and work by other gallery artists.

705 Commercial Ave., Gallery KP

KP Studios is hosting a special collection of contemporary art quilts by local artist, Ramona Hammerly as part of the Fidalgo Island Quilt Show.

620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers

We have a new selection of work featuring the paintings, drawings and woodblocks of iconic Northwest painter Guy Anderson and the sculpture of inspired Northwest sculptor Philip McCracken.  Also, new for spring, we are showing custom designed jewelry by Doug and Philip Burton.

420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery

The gallery presents “Spring Floral Festival” with pastels by Laurie Potter, color photographs by Randy Dana, pastels by Patty Forte Linna and Barbara Durbin Wean and oils by Anne Belov.  We will also show a collection of quilts by the Fidalgo Island Quilters Guild.

419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa

The Majestic Inn and Spa features art by Phyllis Howard of Burlington.  She offers wildlife, floral and abstracts in mixed media and using graphite and colored pencil mediums.

419 Commercial Ave., Apothecary Spa (2nd Floor Majestic Inn)

The Apothecary Spa is showing quilts by the Fidalgo Island Quilters Guild.

611 R Ave., Gallery at the Depot

The Anacortes Arts Festival's new Best of the Fest fine art exhibition at the Depot Arts Center is an official Tulip Festival activity.  It is an invitational featuring artwork from 25 of the Festival’s best fine artists and booth artists, with a large number of Anacortes artists.  Each participant will show approximately 3 – 5 pieces.  Represented will be painting, sculpture, glass, jewelry, photographs and fiber art.  The exhibition continues daily through April 12th from 11 – 4pm.

MAY FIRST FRIDAY GALLERY WALK 

The Gallery Walk is Friday, May 2 from 6 – 9 pm.
 
1005 8th Street, Industrious Industries

**New**Industrious Industries presents “Isolated Incidents” with work by Rachel and Stephanie Smith. These are sisters working collaboratively in the art and design world in Walla Walla, Washington. Their artwork uses collage/mixed media and installation to explore concepts surrounding gender, humanity, isolation and marginalization.
 
711 Commercial Ave., Anne Martin McCool Gallery

Anne Martin McCool Gallery’s features new paintings by Anne Martin McCool, jewelry by Carole Cunningham and Debbie Aldrich and work by other gallery artists.
 
705 Commercial Ave., Gallery KP

KP Studios is hosting a group show by the Anacortes High School Photography II class for this semester.
   
620 Commercial Ave., Burton Jewelers

We have a new selection of work featuring the paintings, drawings and woodblocks of iconic Northwest painter Guy Anderson and the sculpture of inspired Northwest sculptor Philip McCracken.  Also, new for spring, we are showing custom designed jewelry by Doug and Philip Burton.
 
420 Commercial Ave., Scott Milo Gallery

The gallery presents new oils and pastels by Amanda Houston. Also showing oils by Brooke Borcherding, black and white photographs by David Lucas, oils by Donna Trent, pastels by Pat Meras and mixed media by Renate Trapkowski.
 
419 Commercial Ave., The Majestic Inn and Spa

The Majestic Inn and Spa features oil paintings by Donna Nevitt Radtke of Anacortes. Radtke presents semi impressionistic style of work to enjoy.
 
419 Commercial Ave., Apothecary Spa (2nd Floor Majestic Inn)

The Apothecary Spa is proud to present Terry MacDonald as our May artist.  Terry is one of our favorite artists with her bright and cheerful paintings.  Her acrylic and watercolors make everyone happy!  Terry enjoys painting animals, capturing their quirky expressions and personality
 
901 Third Street, Fidalgo DanceWorks Studio

Join us for this month's Art DANCE!  We will be featuring selections from our most advanced dancers in the art of Ballet, Modern, and Jazz.  See Anacortes in motion from 6-7:30pm!  Fidalgo DanceWorks is a non-profit organization and welcomes your support.
 
611 R Ave., Gallery at the Depot

The Anacortes Arts Commission presents - 30 years of The MURAL Project with artist Bill Mitchell.  Bill Mitchell has created 150 murals, spanning 150 years of Anacortes History and a variety of them are proudly displayed on buildings throughout Anacortes.  Cake will be served.  Open Friday 6-9pm and Sat. 10-3pm. On Friday, May 2nd from 7-10 pm, enjoy music in the Depot Freight Room by local bands, SILM, Hungry Cloud Darkening and more.

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