Every third Thursday from 5-8 pm galleries, businesses, and restaurants join in celebrating the arts & cultivating local vitality within Edmonds. Cascadia Art Museum has been participating since our opening in September 2015, providing the community with live music, artist demonstrations and exclusive screenings of Northwest artist videos. We are also excited to offer free admission during the Art Walk Edmonds evenings.

Art Walk Edmonds is a FREE community event held monthly throughout the year, rain or shine. We invite you to come enjoy all types of art including fine art, music, performance art, culinary art, and the written word.  With a growing assortment of fun events and activities, you will always find something new to engage your creative mind. Come do something AWEsome with us!

For more information on Art Walk Edmonds, check out their website: artwalkedmonds.com

October at Cascadia Art Museum: Molly Hashimoto

October 21st, 5:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Join Seattle artist Molly Hashimoto to celebrate Mt. Rainier with her new book, Mt. Rainier National Park: An Artist’s Tour. She’ll talk briefly about the park’s natural history and the art she has made over many decades and afterwards sign copies of her book. Then you can try out some of the fun materials Molly will bring– including pens, watercolors, watersoluble crayons and watercolor paper.

After listening to Molly speak, enjoy free admission to our new featured exhibition Kenjiro Nomura, American Modernist: An Issei Artist’s Journey. This book comes with a catalog written by Barbara Johns and our Curator David Martin, available the evening of Art Walk Edmonds!

Molly Hashimoto is an artist and author of 3 books, including Colors of the West: An Artist’s Guide to Nature’s Palette, Birds of the West: An Artist’s Guide, in addition to the new book about Mt. Rainier. She is at work on a new book Trees of the West: An Artist’s Guide. She leads plein air painting workshops for North Cascades Institute, Yellowstone Forever Institute and many other organizations.  Her prints and paintings are also published by Pomegranate Communications as notecards, calendars and books.

Find more of Molly’s work and publications at her website: https://www.mollyhashimoto.com/

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