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.
March is GREEN! Enjoy an evening filled with nature’s appeal, green apparel, and art with hints of spring sprouting, revitalized luck, and fresh starts. March’s Green Theme for the First Friday Art Walk Sequim represents young at heart pursuits, generous support, breathtaking alfresco, wellness, nurturing natures, and youthful spirits. You will find works of art and folks supporting the option to decorate and dress in all shades of green for the evening out on the town.
First Friday Art Walk Sequim PSA by Brandon Taft and Noah L.T., two of Renne's Peninsula College Digital Video students.
To celebrate long waited spring, the Blue Whole Gallery offers a special show titled “Sky Narratives” by Don Tiller at 129 W Washington St. Don Tiller states of his work, “I am intrigued with the imprint left on the landscape when touched by mankind. Whether depicting fields and fences or the urban scene, I have given my interpretation of man’s attempt to initiate order in nature. Natural chaos provides interest balanced with geometric repetition."
Pacific Mist Books showcases author Gene Bradbury and his newest book for children and the artwork of resident artist Jean Wyatt at 121 W Washington St.
New Venue for the Art Walk! Dungeness Kids Co. at 163 W. Washington St.
The Sequim North Olympic Library at 630 N Sequim Ave is hosting photographic art by Nora Lawson. Her subject matter centers on nature’s abundant beauty including sunsets, rainforests, beaches, and wildlife. Enjoy light refreshments and live music by Local guitarist singer-songwriter Kevin Lee Magner playing a range of American roots music.
That Takes the Cake features fresh sweets in green hues in their display case and around the bakery at 171 W Washington St.
The Sunshine Café serves festive food and displays the great, late Tim Quinn’s art at 145 W Washington St.
The Museum & Arts Center in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley (MAC) located at 175 W. Cedar St. features a solo exhibition by renowned Sequim-based photographer Ross Hamilton. “Jewels of the Olympics” is a retrospective of Hamilton’s work photographing the region’s varied landscapes and seasonal nature scenes over the span of 40 years.
The play Love, Loss, and What I Wore by Nora and Delia Ephron opens at the Olympic Theatre Arts at 414 N Sequim Ave. with an exhibit of upcycled wearable assemblage art created entirely from salvaged materials by New Social Club. “When women gather, we tell our stories,” says Love, Loss and What I Wore director Karen Hogan. “We talk about our mothers, who we loved, who we lost, how we want to lose weight, that we have breast cancer—and, oh, by the way, I love that blouse/shirt/dress/vest you’re wearing. Nora and Delia Ephron use what we wear as way into the everywoman stories in this play.” All the wearable art by New Social Club have stories of their own as they are crafted from 95-100% repurposed materials gifted from private individuals or salvaged from personal estates, and found objects from all over the Olympic Peninsula.
Colors of Sequim at 139 W Washington St. is displaying artwork by Boys and Girls Club members and Maryann Proctor’s contemporary whimsical acrylic artwork featuring her pet chickens and early photographic art. Her chickens are definitely characters and inspire her art.
At Wind Rose Cellars, enjoy live music and sample award winning artfully crafted wines at 143 W Washington St.
LARC Gallery at 425 E Washington St., just east of Pioneer Park, features art of different media by several local artists.
Doodlebugs at 138 W Washington St. is offering a FREE "Make and Take" between 5PM and 7PM.
R&T Crystals and Beads will have jewelry demonstrations and you can find green treasures at 158 E Bell St.
Rainshadow Roasting Company features local art and live music at 157 W Cedar St.
Gallery on the Walls showcases Sally Cays and Patricia Taynton at 128 E Washington St. inside the Sequim Vision Center.
In January, did you guess "Whodunnit Downtown?" It was Cecil C. Seville, the movie director! Our Getaway Weekend winner was Bonnie Booth! She was the first game card drawn and she had the right suspect circled! Thank you all for playing during the First Friday Art Walk Sequim! Thank you to our suspects and volunteers! Thank you to the local businesses who donated items to the prize and venues hosting clues! Our next game is coming in April!
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.