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Astoria Second Saturday Art Walk

5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 13 in the heart of downtown

Published on October 9, 2018 1:44PM

Last changed on October 9, 2018 2:22PM

Luminary Arts presents ‘The Eye Ball,’ a group show of mixed-media works by 12 regional artists.

Courtesy Luminari Arts

Luminary Arts presents ‘The Eye Ball,’ a group show of mixed-media works by 12 regional artists.

A painting of boats by Stan Riedesel on view at Astoria Art Loft.

Courtesy Astoria Art Loft

A painting of boats by Stan Riedesel on view at Astoria Art Loft.

‘Rings of the Ancients,’ by Marie Powell, oil and ink monoprint and mixed media on canvas, on view at RiverSea Gallery.

Courtesy RiverSea Gallery

‘Rings of the Ancients,’ by Marie Powell, oil and ink monoprint and mixed media on canvas, on view at RiverSea Gallery.

‘Washougal Walk’ by Julie Ann Smith, oil on panel, at RiverSea Gallery.

Courtesy RiverSea Gallery

‘Washougal Walk’ by Julie Ann Smith, oil on panel, at RiverSea Gallery.

At RiverSea, check out ‘Kelp Crabs’ by Garnet Griebel Booth, made of kelp crabs, sterling, resin, indicolite tourmaline crystal and gold nugget.

Courtesy RiverSea Gallery

At RiverSea, check out ‘Kelp Crabs’ by Garnet Griebel Booth, made of kelp crabs, sterling, resin, indicolite tourmaline crystal and gold nugget.

‘Lone Oak,’ an acrylic painting by Vicki Baker at Tempo Gallery.

Courtesy Tempo Gallery

‘Lone Oak,’ an acrylic painting by Vicki Baker at Tempo Gallery.

‘Working Class Hero,’ oil on panel, by Jane Terzis.

Courtesy McVarish Gallery

‘Working Class Hero,’ oil on panel, by Jane Terzis.

‘Axis Mundi: For Keith Jarrett,’ oil on canvas, by Marc Boone.

Courtesy Imogen Gallery

‘Axis Mundi: For Keith Jarrett,’ oil on canvas, by Marc Boone.


ASTORIA — The next Astoria Second Saturday Art Walk takes place 5 to 8 p.m. Oct. 13 with merriment and refreshments galore! (Some locations opens and close earlier and later.)


1. The Art Loft


106 Third St.

From 1 to 4 p.m., the Art Loft will feature nautical paintings including ships, river and seascapes by Stan Riedesel and dot painting by Chimoyo. Wood sculpture, fused glass and more beautiful art are available for a visual feast.


2. Paul Polson Gallery


100 10th St.

Now showing a series of smaller works in oil and water-based paints. The rest of the show will consist of paintings, as yet unviewed, and some of the stronger paintings from the last three art walks.


3. McVarish Gallery


160 10th St.

Presenting portrait-based art of painter Jane Terzis in “Learning to Live in the World.” In this collection of fictitious character studies, Terzis’ subjects are primarily children or scenes from childhood that are universally ageless.


4. AVA Artist-in-Residence


80 11th St. (Pier 11)

“Sky Touching Down” is a mixed-media presentation of earth, tree and sky masks by Lucca Ettienne. It is a fun and fanciful show of masks that embody natural mystery that we may otherwise miss.


5. Imogen Gallery


240 11th St.

Presenting Marc Boone of Ocean Park, Wash. For “Shaman’s Way,” he brings a series of oil paintings exploring through metaphor the late great jazz artists for which he’s had a lifelong love.


6. Cargo


240 11th Street

Cargo is doing its annual Mexican Day of the Dead altar, including lots of Halloween decorations and fun folk art from Mexico.


7. Astoria Visual Arts Gallery


375 Duane St.

AVA features local artist Sarah Bolerjack, who tells stories dear to her heart through intricate, etched lines of intaglio printmaking.


8. Oscar d’Masai Studio & Gallery


1124 Commercial St.

Stop by and visit with the artist in his studio. Landscapes, portraits and abstracts on display for purchase.


9. Luminari Arts


1133 Commercial St.

Proudly presenting a group show of mixed-media works by 12 regional artists titled “The Eye Ball.” Tarot card readings: The Third Eye, by Judith Niland.


10. Holly McHone Jewelers


1150 Commercial St.

Holly travels to Antwerp this month! It’s in Belgium and is the diamond capital of the world! She can find the perfect 1 carat for $3,000 and for $10,000. What’s your wish? Talk with Holly tonight.


11. RiverSea Gallery


1160 Commercial St.

Opening three shows: “Spirits of the Ancients” pairs Marie Powell and Penny Treat in an exhibit and installation honoring the magnificent old-growth trees of the Pacific Northwest. Washington artist Julie Ann Smith presents a series of still-life paintings titled “Walking with the Mundane.” Astoria jewelry artist Garnet Griebel Booth’s pieces combine passion with metaphysical properties of gems.


12. The Art Stall


1268 Commercial St.

Join us for refreshments and view new art! I welcome Vernon and Melissa Vergara to our group, who bring a modern look to the ancient art of Gyotaku.


13. Tempo Gallery


1271 Commercial St.

Deciduous trees, fir trees and palm trees are the subjects of Vicki Baker’s new series of acrylic paintings showing this month. Also showing: Janet Hutchings, Phyllis Taylor, Carol Smith, Ed Peterson, Thron Riggs, and Mark Hutchings. Vocal and guitar music by Tim Wiley.


14. Old Town Framing Company


1287 Commercial St.

Jo Lumpkin Brown is releasing the past and celebrating the present with Astoria-inspired drawings.


15. Coastal Oregon Artist Residency


1312 Commercial St.

In an exhibit offered through a partnership with Recology Western Oregon and Astoria Visual Arts, three artists-in-residence — Cara Mico, Wenda Vorce and Stephen Shumaker — showcase art created using scavenged, discarded materials collected from the Astoria Transfer Station.


16. Ruins at the Astor


1425 Commercial St.

After being behind lock and key for the past 50 years, The Ruins at the Astor Building is opening its doors. Built in 1921, the Astor Building has undergone many changes and its history can be felt and seen in every part of this space.


17. Creations Studio & Gallery


1396 Duane St.

Thirteen artists and a working mosaic studio! Come check out the work of featured artist Carol Edwards. Alcohol paint, ceramic masks and fused glass pieces are only some of the elements she uses in her mosaics. We also have new watercolors by Jacquelyn Hern.


18. Bridge and Tunnel Bottleshop and Taproom


1390 Duane St.

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