Art Studio Tour
Welcome to the 11th annual Edmonds Art Studio Tour. This free self-guided tour is a once a year opportunity to visit over 20 private studios displaying the work of several dozen local artists in the scenic Edmonds area. You can purchase finished work, see new art being created, or just visit and ask questions. Everyone is welcome!
The 3rd Weekend in September 2016
Artists from 2011 Studio Tour
Heather McGilvary – Silk Pattern WeavingsA native of Georgetown, Texas, she spent her youth in Austin. She studied and trained as a mathematician and taught mathematics for ten years, most recently at Seattle University. While still teaching full-time, she began weaving in 1997 and designing my original art works in 2001, adding dyeing and hand spinning in 2002 and 2003.
Barbara Goodfellow Childs – Artistic & Functional Stoneware PotteryA self-proclaimed “accidental” artist, she stumbled into pottery while in college studying Business Administration and Health Education. Graduation requirements included taking self-expression credits. Enjoying working with her hands she quickly dismissed the poetry and interpretive reading classes.
Molly Winton – Turned Wooden Vessels”Since childhood she has always had an interest in Native American cultures, lore, and artwork. She has also been fascinated by prehistoric cave drawings and petroglyphs. These interests have served to be an inspiration for her artistic interpretations.”
Lynn Scott – Acrylic, Encaustic, PhotographyShe uses objects to represent people and symbolize ideas. She always paint with the idea “Art makes you feel.”
Robin Westbrook – Unique Hand-Beaded JewelryUnique, necklaces, earrings and bracelets
Lisa JonesMoore – Encaustic Painting and Collage, AssemblageLisa JonesMoore is a graduate of Colorado State University, with a BFA in Fine Art and Graphic Design. After working as a designer in Denver, San Francisco and Seattle for over fifteen years, she decided to pursue her passion for painting, mixed media and collage.
d’Elaine Johnson – Acrylic/Mixed Mediad’Elaine’s paintings are more than a picture. They have a decorative flair, a patterning of design, and an air of enchantment into the imagery of symbolism. The flat surface and objects are transfixed with a magical suspension of time, the unreality of myths of the sea, and all waters of humankind.