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Twenty business open for Ilwaco Art Walk

At July 6 event, art and artists, refreshments and memories abound

Published on July 3, 2018 9:16AM

A watercolor by Don Nisbett

Courtesy Marie Powell

A watercolor by Don Nisbett

An original pastel by Wally Mann

Courtesy Marie Powell

An original pastel by Wally Mann

Original Monoprint by Marie Powell

Courtesy Marie Powell

Original Monoprint by Marie Powell

Original watercolor by Penny Treat

Courtesy Marie Powell

Original watercolor by Penny Treat

Beach Basket by Susan Spence

Courtesy Marie Powell

Beach Basket by Susan Spence


ILWACO, Wash. — Friday, July 6, marks the Ilwaco Art Walk, where 20 businesses around town will be open for this festive event, 4 to 7 p.m.

Enjoy art, meet the artists, sample refreshments, stroll the waterfront, have dinner and perhaps add a memorable piece of art to your collection.

Features include original pastels by Wally Mann, pottery and sculpture by David Campiche, jewelry by Sandra Lill, a unique “assemblage” bird houses by Bob and Robin Kabel, monotypes by Marie Powell, Beach Baskets by Susan Spence, gold and gemstone jewelry by Diane Jackson, original jewelry by silversmith Luisa Mack, ceramics by Melanie Thompson, oil paintings by Ed Furuike, prints by Lester Jay Stone, art by Dayna West, and watercolors by Don Nisbett and Penny Treat — just to name a few of the many exhibiting artists.

Pick up a map at any participating business, and you’re on your way to a fun evening!









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