Snohomish Art Showcase
The City of Snohomish is excited to host the third annual Snohomish Art Showcase, formerly known as the Snohomish Art Walk, on Thursday, August 10 from 3 PM - 7 PM!
The Art Showcase coincides with the Snohomish Farmers Market and features:
- A Youth Art Gallery inside the Snohomish Carnegie
- Artists and artisans displaying their work or performing "arts in action" at public spaces throughout downtown Snohomish
- Open art galleries
- A street band performing up First Street and at the Snohomish Carnegie
If you have a question about this event, please email email@example.com.
Artist submissions are now closed. We encourage you to learn more about this year's participants:
|Stop Number||Name||Location||Address||Description||Website/Social Media|
|1||"Cadyville" Mural||Gagnon Welding||1411 First Street||This mural by Daniel Porter uses perspective to transport the viewer down the old Snohomish Railroad next to the iron foundry.|
|2||Laurie Olsen and Avenue D Gallery||Avenue D Gallery||124 Avenue D||Laurie Olsen brings acrylic paintings to Avenue D Gallery. Her inspiration comes from her respect and love of nature, the sea, and the people and living things around her.
Avenue D Gallery is an art gallery that offers a variety of services, including framing (sports jerseys are their specialty), printing, and cut matting. They showcase local talent in addition to being a dealer for Greenwich Workshop, which carries nationally known artists.
|Laurie Olsen: @lauieolsenstudios on Instagram
Avenue D Gallery:
|3||Karen Guzak and Warner Blake||Angel Arms||230 Avenue B||Angel Arms is a former church converted into a home and art studio. Take time savoring the outside art before coming into the studio to see 1) beautiful tote bags made of repurposed, recycled fabrics, 2) paintings, drawings, and prints, and 3) sculptures carrying stories of family.||Studio:
|4||Avenue C Mural||Worthy||1200 First Street||The Avenue C Mural is maintained by the Historic Downtown Snohomish Association and is in the final days of its current iteration, which was created by visual artist, designer, and photographer Annie Wolcott. A community vote to choose the next design concludes August 10.||HDSA:
|5||Laurie Crawford and Tony Scoringe||St. John's Episcopal Church||913 Second Street||Laurie Povey Crawford will guide tours of the newly renovated and restored windows in the sanctuary. SGW Ministry invites the congregation and community to participate!
Tony Scoringe is an Australian-born Kiwi and proud member of the Ngāi Tahu Māori tribe. His photographic art collection, "Barns of Snohomish," is on display in St. John's Episcopal Church and highlights work from 20+ years of living in and expeditions around Snohomish.
|Tony Scoringe: @scoringe on Instagram and @tony.scoringe on Facebook|
|6||Steven P. Williams||Kla Ha Ya Park||1117 First Street||Steven P. Williams of Artistic Industrial Redemption is a photographer with a variety of signed and dated prints for sale, including a 2'X12' panoramic. Rusty rain forest, antique motorcycles, and local perspectives.|
|6||Evelyn Kennedy||Kla Ha Ya Park||1117 First Street||Evelyn Kennedy believes art is fluid and the joy comes from experimenting with different mediums from textile to paint to sculpture to hair and beyond! Hand-painted, wood-burned, and gold-leafed ukulele and case depicting Medusa celebrating a reimagined victory over Perseus.||TikTok: @itsfineconstruction|
|6||Danie Hadsall||Kla Ha Ya Park||1117 First Street||Curious Nature is a mythical-themed and artist-owned gift shop dedicated to conjuring up more magic in this world with whimsically haunting merchandise inspired by fantasy, fauna, and folklore, designed by Danie Hadsall.||Instagram: @curiousnature.art
|6||Virgil Alonso||Kla Ha Ya Park||1117 First Street||Virgil Alonso is a photographer based in Snohomish County. His work primarily focuses on street, landscape, and cityscape subject matter. Virgil also operates Photoverge Studios, a small press publishing company that focuses on photography zines.||Instagram: @photoverge.studios
|7||Mahllie Beck||Kla Ha Ya Park||1117 First Street||Mahllie Beck is a local artist from Snohomish. She makes artwork that is romantic, botanical, and expressive. She’s known for her mixed media paintings and her window artwork around First Street. She will have art prints and original paintings available to purchase at her booth! You won’t want to miss it.||Instagram: @mahllie
|7||N.naoj||1100 Block of First Street||1117 First Street||N.naoj of Dazzelated will display work that includes original watercolor and acrylic paintings of nature and landscapes.||Instagram and Youtube: @dazzelated
|7||Chelsea Wagner||1100 Block of First Street||1117 First Street||Chelsea Wagner of Magnolia Marks Studio brings a collection of greeting cards (for all occassions), art prints, notepads, and stickers.||Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and TikTok: @magnoliamarksstudio
|8||American Legion Mural||American Legion Post 96||1201 First Street||Painted by Monroe artist David Hose, this 10-foot-tall, 30-foot-long war memorial mural includes six scenes dating from World War I to Iraq and Afghanistan.|
|9||PawsWithCause||Studio DG||1020 First Street||Studio DG in Snohomish, where fashion meets lifestyle, plays hot to PawsWithCause. PawsWithCause helps people and animals in need through art. We inspire everyone to come together to DO. MORE. GOOD! for shelter pets, helping them get seen #OutsideTheCages.||www.pawswithcause.com|
|10||Stilig Studio||Stilig Studio||122 Avenue A Suite 6S||At Stilig Studio, Sara Brogdon will share her collection of beautiful expansive rural landscapes. Nikki Gardner will debut her newest painting and her series depicting luminous skulls and lush flora. Jennifer Oak will share vibrant, emotive abstract art, and introduce her latest creation.||Sara Brogdon: @brogdon on Instagram
Nikki Gardner: @nikkiegardnerart on Instagram
Jennifer Oak: @joak_art on Instagram
|11||Alicia Schwede||Fleurs Creative||105 Avenue A||Discover this historic hidden gem tucked away just off the main path to find creative compositions in both fresh and paper flowers from local floral artisans.||Instagram: @fleurs.creative
|12||Aurora Collings||Union Avenue Overlook||First Street & Union Avenue||Aurora Collings brings a bright and trippy touch to a mix of work that includes prints, paintings, and stickers ranging from flowers and scenery to character portraits.|
|12||Koi Simpson||Union Avenue Overlook||First Street & Union Avenue||Koi Simpson practices the art of flint knapping, a tool-making technique that dates back to the Stone Age, in addition to being a painter.|
|13||Rolling Pin Woman||First and Union Bakery||101 Union Avenue||Designed and crafted by local artist Jesse Purdom of Pacific Metal Arts, she's 12 ft. of solid metal woman.|
|14||Youth Art Gallery||Carnegie Upper Floor||105 Cedar Avenue||The Youth Art Gallery features works from local Snohomish School District students.|
|15||Candace Jarrett||City Hall||116 Union Avenue||"Construction of a Skid Road in the 80s" is a mural inside City Hall depicting early logging in Snohomish. It was created in 1940 by Lance Wood Hart, an accomplished landscape and portrait artist from Aberdeen, when the building was a post office.|
|16||Val Flynn||Studio 606||606 First Street||Studio 606 invites you to witness the beauty of dark brown clay, crafted into functional treasures and artistic delights: hand-built and wheel-thrown pottery by Val Flynn. Nature takes center stage in Val Flynn's work, as she draws inspiration from the world's rhythmic patterns.||Instagram: @valflynnpottery and @studio606onfirst|