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2nd Saturday Art Walk

From 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 11, enjoy the artistic offerings in downtown Astoria

Published on November 9, 2017 12:01AM

Last changed on November 10, 2017 12:43PM

“Mystical Black Angus” by Ed Peterson, at TEMPO Gallery

Courtesy TEMPO Gallery

“Mystical Black Angus” by Ed Peterson, at TEMPO Gallery

“When Queens Dance,” by Patty Thurlby, at Luminari Arts

Courtesy LuminarI Arts

“When Queens Dance,” by Patty Thurlby, at Luminari Arts

A piece by Meghann Hanour Sprague titled “Rebekah,” on view at Imogen Gallery

Courtesy Imogen Gallery

A piece by Meghann Hanour Sprague titled “Rebekah,” on view at Imogen Gallery

“Watersign,” by Charlotte Bruhn, at RiverSea Gallery

Courtesy RiverSea Gallery

“Watersign,” by Charlotte Bruhn, at RiverSea Gallery

“Sea Nymphs,” by Dawn Panttaja, at RiverSea Gallery

Courtesy RiverSea Gallery

“Sea Nymphs,” by Dawn Panttaja, at RiverSea Gallery

“Tiara” by Judith Altruda

Courtesy RiverSea Gallery

“Tiara” by Judith Altruda

“Kimmie Sucking Smoke,” by Skye McKey, on view at Luminari Arts

Courtesy Luminari Arts

“Kimmie Sucking Smoke,” by Skye McKey, on view at Luminari Arts

A piece by Jessica Schleif that is part of her larger exhibit at Astoria Visual Arts focusing on seeds

Courtesy Astoria Visual Arts

A piece by Jessica Schleif that is part of her larger exhibit at Astoria Visual Arts focusing on seeds

Roger Hayes, AVA a-i-r artist-in-residence, and a highly tactile piece, “Untitled”

Courtesy Astoria Visual Arts

Roger Hayes, AVA a-i-r artist-in-residence, and a highly tactile piece, “Untitled”

“The Last Woundup” by Marga Stanley, on view at Forsythea Home & Garden Art

Courtesy Forsythea Home & Garden Art

“The Last Woundup” by Marga Stanley, on view at Forsythea Home & Garden Art

“What’s The Name of Your Hunger?” by Reed Clark, at Imogen Gallery

Courtesy Imogen Gallery

“What’s The Name of Your Hunger?” by Reed Clark, at Imogen Gallery

“Hilea Key” by Timothy Peitsch, at Imogen Gallery

Courtesy Imogen Gallery

“Hilea Key” by Timothy Peitsch, at Imogen Gallery


ASTORIA — The Second Saturday Art Walk — 5 to 8 p.m. Nov. 11 — gives patrons a chance to mingle with artists, check out their work and savor refreshments in downtown Astoria. (Some locations open and close earlier or later.)

1. WineKraft

80-10th St. (Pier 11)

WineKraft now features work from six local artists, as well as live music with Two Crows Joy, starting at 7 p.m. Sip wine, eat and enjoy the arts.

2. River Bank Books

77 11th St. (Pier 11)

Photographer Bob Potts will be in the store exhibiting his work. Stop by Pier 11 and shop the many vendors.

3. Imogen Gallery

240 11th St.

Presenting the third annual invitational exhibition exploring humanity through portraiture. We are excited for the return of the sublime work of Reed Clarke, Timothy Peitsch and the addition of Meghann Hanour Sprague. This evocative collection moves beyond a surface glance at an individual, inviting viewers to see themselves through the eyes of others, and consider what it means to be part of mankind.

4. Cargo

240 11th St.

We are in the holiday spirit and have a zillion holiday ornaments from around the globe.

5. In the Boudoir

1004 Commercial St.

Check out our new holiday collections and enjoy a cookie while you shop. Linens, skincare and special treats for the home and bath. Pamper yourself or start working on your Christmas list!

6. Forsythea Home & Garden Art

1124 Commercial St.

Forsythea features Marga Stanley at this month’s art walk in a show titled “We’re on the Road to Nowhere.” Stanley’s imagination leads her into a world full of unlikely characters and situations. Observing everyday happenings, then mixing in wit and absurdity, she has created a unique style that ranges from melancholy to humor. We are also hosting a trunk show of Sweater Heads product. Join us to toast Stanley and her world of whimsy, along with Leslie McCray and Astoria’s own brand of chic.

7. Holly McHone Jewelers

1150 Commercial St.

Day One! Time to celebrate the 12 Days of Plaid in Beautiful Downtown Astoria! For the next 12 days, watch for our specials. Each day will be different — discounts, buy one get one, all kinds of fun! Stop by Holly McHone Jewelers tonight, on the First Day of Plaid, and buy a sparkle bracelet and get one free!

8. RiverSea Gallery

1160 Commercial St.

In “Myth and Lore,” Astoria’s Charlotte Bruhn and Portland artist Dawn Panttaja offer sculpture inspired by history and legend. Bruhn creates intricate mosaics in bas-relief using ceramic pieces with mixed media. Panttaja’s ceramic vessels feature mermaids, sea sprites and other mythological beings. Judith Altruda shows a new collection of distinctive jewelry, each piece embellished with Victorian-era sea glass or ancient coins. The artist recently returned from a sea glass collecting trip to England and Scotland, and will share her stories and the history behind each piece. Jazz will be performed by Blue Silk, featuring Dave Ambrose and Kelly Shannon.

9. The Art Stall

1268 Commercial St.

If you’re an artist looking for a home, or just someone who enjoys supporting local art, check out The Art Stall, featuring 20 artists. Brianna Horton has just finished a series of paintings in which she is expressing the general physical, emotional and psychological effects of mental illness, including depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.

10. Old Town Framing

1287 Commercial St.

Old Town Framing is 30 years old. Check out some new in-store changes, eat some cake and celebrate with us!

11. TEMPO Gallery

1271 Commercial St.

We’re featuring new work by painter Ed Peterson in his show titled “Here and Now.” Stop by to see Ed’s work, plus the art of five other artists, and listen to jazz keyboardist Peter Unander.

12. Pat’s Pantry

1153 Commercial St.

Come learn about our newest cocktail accoutrements from Bitter Housewives and sample their bitters and syrups. Love extra virgin olive oil (EVOO)? Then swing by and sample Oregon Olive Mill’s Olio Nvovu — freshly pressed and unfiltered.

13. Luminari Arts

1133 Commercial St.

Patty Thurlby presents her collection “When Queens Dance,” a series of collages each attributed to a virtue. Skye McKey, local radio personality, and former Astorian, introduces a new series of photographs with her show “Snippets: The Devil is in the Details.” Live music with Sheckpea.

14. AVA Pop-Up Gallery and Artist-in-Residence

80 11th St. (above Coldwater Skate and Surf)

Artist Roger Hayes will be showing both completed works and works-in-progress. Hayes is a multi-media artist whose current pieces include pencil, ink, gouache, crayon and acrylic. Musician Gregg Skloff will be playing his own unique music. Astoria artist Jessica Schleif’s beautiful show focuses on seeds — the idea that DNA in such a small vessel is capable of growing large life forms.

15. Creations Studio and Gallery

1396 Duane St.

Come enjoy this new gallery space celebrating eight local artists, featuring unique lamps, paintings, photos, found-object art and mosaics. Come check it out and talk to owner Kai Raden about upcoming events.

16. CMH-OHSU Knight Cancer Collaborative

2111 Exchange St.

The CMH-OHSU Knight Cancer Collaborative features a diverse collection of Northwest art. Potter Richard Rowland will kick-off the Art Walk at 4 p.m. with a talk, “Art: A community connection for healing.” Join a tour of the collection 4:30 6 p.m. The collection features artwork by more than 17 Northwest artists.























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