Arts and Entertainment

This is an arts town: Snoqualmie's monthly Arts Walk, in pictures

Creating a textured, colorful sunset, local artst Patricia Tamburini, above, had a crowd asking questions as she did a vibrant acrylic demonstration at the Snoqualmie Chamber of Commerce. - Seth Truscott/Staff Photo
Creating a textured, colorful sunset, local artst Patricia Tamburini, above, had a crowd asking questions as she did a vibrant acrylic demonstration at the Snoqualmie Chamber of Commerce.
— image credit: Seth Truscott/Staff Photo

Ninety artists and performers were represented in downtown Snoqualmie’s biggest Art Walk to date, held Friday, June 28.

“The Art Walk is in great beginning stages and as more people attend it will only get better,” said Snoqualmie Arts Commission Member Lanice Gillard, one of the organizers of the event.

Above, Lanice Gillard’s painted bear placard announces the art walk at sidewalk level.

The ‘Cheers’ barber shop quartet wowed folks as they wandered from shop to shop.

Above, the quartet, made up of Dan Tangarone of Carnation, Forrest LaMotte of Federal Way, Skip Daniel of Stanley and Wes Sorstokke of North Bend, sings “Peg o’ My Heart” at MK Properties.

Above, local singer/songwriter Liam Wright performs near the Snoqualmie Brewery before a small gathering.

Guidebook photographer Alan Bauer shows off Fall City sunflowers outside Carmichael's hardware.

Six artists—Sally Rackets, Steve Pennington, Camille Bodey, Julie Hicks, Patricia Tamburini and John Tubbs—painted in and out of doors.

Above, Tubbs mixes Mount Si and a log train outside Hauglie Insurance.

 

Members of the Mount Si Artist Guild showed works in the Artists Loft above the Candy Factory. Arts Guild member CJ Roughton shows off her works at the Artists’ Loft.

 

Guild artist Laurel Check’s “Proverbial Poppies” are made with book pages.

The former Simply Anne’s shop on Railroad Avenue was filled with works, as was the Snoqualmie Chamber of Commerce.

Gloria McNeely assembles a knitted sweater at the Chamber of Commerce.

Looking ahead, Gillard expects more participation from artists, musicians and the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society. Some merchants have seen improved business during the events, and the city has been a huge supporter, says Gillard. The next Finally Friday Art Walk is 5 to 9 p.m. July 26.

Photos by Seth Truscott

 

 

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