To create inclusion during the art walk, every month has a color theme.
If you enjoy the Art Walk, please help support the efforts to enhance this community event. Donations go to the business of unique as you / Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond and are used for marketing this monthly event that supports the Arts, nonprofits, students, businesses, and artists. Thank you for your support!
Be part of art in Sequim every First Friday of the month from
5 – 8 p.m.
The Map for the self-guided tour is available at participating arts venues or download your own map here.
December 6 Art Walk Color Theme is GOLD! Gold is the color of our star Sol as we celebrate the Winter Solstice and the return of the sun during December. The shiny color of gold represents lifelong relationships, kindhearted deeds, wealth, adoration, and warm gatherings. You will find works of art and folks supporting the option to dress in shades of gold or representations of this festive time of year to celebrate harmony, illumination, and hope as they enjoy an evening on the town with friends and family.
First Friday Art Walk Sequim PSA by Brandon Taft and Noah L.T., two of Renne's Peninsula College Digital Video students.
New Location! LARC Gallery at 425 E Washington St. features many local artists in “Holiday Delights – A Perfect Gift”.
The Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley (MAC) located at 175 W. Cedar St. features the “History & Art Connects” exhibit including approximately 40 pieces of artwork from the MAC Collection depicting local scenes with some historical relevance that were created by artists active in the area’s arts scene largely from the 1960s through 1980s. The 21 artists featured include Judy Priest, Esther Webster, Dorcas Taylor, Joy McCarter, Evelyn “Johnny” Whatton, Lynne Proudfoot and Gertrude Nelson. Among the local landmarks depicted in the artwork are the old Carlsborg Post Office, Clallam Co-op grain elevator, Sequim train depot, Gierin cooling tower, Dungeness Schoolhouse, and New Dungeness Lighthouse, as well as several area barns and pioneer homesteads.
Doodlebugs at 138 W Washington St. is offering a FREE "Make and Take" between 5PM and 7PM.
Award Winning That Takes the Cake inspires sweetness with cakes that are art at 171 W Washington St.
Colors of Sequim Fine Art Materials at 139 W. Washington St. will have Victor Reventlow providing music and the presentation of the Sequim Arts Small Works and Art Sale.
Barbara Lippert's photographs are showcased at
Nourish at 1345 S Sequim Ave.
Blue Whole Gallery offers an annual holiday “Gift Gallery” including jewelry, paintings, photographs, ceramics, sculpture, fused glass, greeting cards, and more at 129 W Washington St.
No Batteries Required, Rich Wyatt, Rich Johnston, Jim Muldowney, and Bud Davies, will be strolling the Sequim streets and performing delightful tunes.
R&T Crystals and Beads will have jewelry demonstrations from D'ann Gonzales, Paulette Hill and Gail McLain, as well as, serving their famous homemade chocolate covered Bon Bons at 158 E Bell St.
New on the Art Walk! "The Studio" by Heather Creek is located at 154 W. Washington Street is where Chalk Paint® workshops are held and Heather Creek painted furniture is created.
The Sunshine Café displays the great, late Tim Quinn’s art and serving up golden meatballs on a stick at 145 W Washington St.
At Wind Rose Cellars, enjoy live music and you can sample award winning artfully crafted wines at 143 W Washington St.
New on the Art Walk! Remote Control Hobbies will be displaying the Metal Artwork of local artist Scott Birds all at 680 W. Washington St. Suite B105. His pieces depict a variety of aircraft and cars, as well as, some wildlife pieces.
Gallery on the Walls showcases Sally Cays and Patricia Taynton at 128 E Washington St. inside the Sequim Vision Center.
Please support our other First Friday Art Walk Sequim Locations including Kaboom Salon at 168 E Bell St., Phil Tauran Photography Studio & Gallery at 155 B West Cedar St.. Alder Wood Bistro at 139 W Alder St., The Red Rooster Grocery at 134 1/2 W Washington St., and Heather Creek at 122 Washington St.
Call for Artists to actively participate in 2014! Renne Emiko Brock-Richmond, producer of the First Friday Art Walk, helps match artists and performers with art walk venues to facilitate cultural and financial vitality. If you are interested in being included to the Directory of Artists listed on the art walk website who would want opportunities to exhibit and sell their work or perform at the art walk venues, please contact Renne at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maps for the self-guided tour are available at participating art venues or download your PDF maphere.