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 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Inspired by an Edmonds Marsh contest

Edmonds Sketchers meets on the first Saturday of each month. On the first day of June, we were inspired by the Paint the Marsh contest. We had a beautiful day to enjoy the view and... — Updated 7/27/2023

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Strumming uke tunes at Art Walk Edmonds | Sketching Edmonds

A group of men from Strum serenaded those at Graphite Arts Center during the third Thursday Art Walk Edmonds Dec. 15. There was plenty of holiday cheer to go around. Check out this... — Updated 12/28/2022

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Charcoal: Orchestrated machinations | Sketching Edmonds

It is a unique experience being involved with the unveiling of the new building at Second and Main in Edmonds. I am privileged to be part of Mary Olsen's vision of Graphite.... — Updated 12/16/2021

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Sunset at Brackett's Landing | Sketching Edmonds

The other day, when the Edmonds Sketchers group arrived at Brackett's Landing, we hoped to capture the blazing colors that crossed the skies the evening before. But Northwest... — Updated 9/23/2021

 By Tracy Felix    A & E

Discovering the hidden gems all around us

ARTspot Edmonds Sketchers found artists gathering at the Kruckeberg Botanic Garden in Shoreline. What a gem; literally, it was glowing like an emerald. Kruckeberg, a 4-acre public... — Updated 8/12/2021

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Enjoying a feeling of freedom | Sketching Edmonds

Edmonds Sketchers met at City Park on June 19. We lucked out again with another beautiful spring day, and it appeared that everyone at the park was enjoying a feeling of freedom. It... — Updated 7/8/2021

 By Tracy Felix    News

Sketching Edmonds | Spring in their step

Last Saturday was one of those spring days that goes back-and-forth between a bit of liquid sunshine and the golden kind. This month, Edmonds Sketchers met at the center of... — Updated 6/3/2021

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Perfect setting: The Edmonds Marina | Sketching Edmonds

Editor's note: Tracy Felix of ARTspot will occasionally turn over her Sketching Edmonds column to a guest artist. This week's artist is Delores Haugland. Felix wrote the following.... — Updated 5/5/2021

 By Tracy Felix    A & E

A touch of the green | Sketching Edmonds

The sun warmed our faces and the wind stayed at our backs. I'd like to think we all have a touch of Irish, even if in spirit. The hardworking, layman's witty philosophy and love of... — Updated 4/1/2021

 By Tracy Felix    A & E

Rooftops looking east | Sketching Edmonds

When sketching Edmonds, the inclination is to look west to the mountains and the sea. There's no doubt the natural beauty looking west is beautiful. However, there is a very unique... — Updated 3/4/2021

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

The mavericks among you | Art Town

There are people right here in Edmonds, mixed in among you in the most obvious way, that you may not be aware of. They are a group of strong-willed, independent, renegade-type of... — Updated 2/10/2019

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Collecting art and artists in Edmonds | Art Town

Artist Sue Robertson is a collector. She has an amazing art collection, acquiring paintings and sculptures that inspire and delight her. This is a great help to struggling artists... — Updated 7/5/2018

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Give us your 21 cents worth | Art Town

Arguably, the arts are what define us and hold our place in history. But is it that debatable, really? How would we understand ancient Romans or the Ming Dynasty without the sculpture, architecture, literature or music they left... — Updated 5/31/2018 Full story

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

What’s up with parking in Edmonds? | Art Town

One of the hot topics around town is the lack of convenient parking. It’s a somewhat new issue because the Edmonds downtown-shopping core has really blossomed in the past few years. For-lease signs have been replaced with... — Updated 3/28/2018

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

The multiplier effect | Art Town

Let’s say you invite some friends from out of town to visit. While they are here, you want to treat them to dinner and a show. You see an interesting performance happening at the Driftwood Theater, buy tickets and look forward... — Updated 3/5/2018

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

What we’ve got here is a village archetype | Art Town

I had a chance meeting once with a most interesting man: Dr. Gilbert Clotaire Rapaille, a French marketing consultant. He is the CEO and founder of Archetype Discoveries Worldwide.... — Updated 1/18/2018

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Bottom line: Putting our money where our hearts are | Art Town

In 2014, the city of Edmonds created a cultural plan. I spent a good part of an evening recently reviewing the 90 pages of charts and bulleted items. It is a pretty amazing document in its scope and ambitious ideas for our town.... — Updated 12/14/2017

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Art Town

Tracy Felix is president of the Downtown Edmonds Merchant Association, and Co-Owner of ARTspot on Main Street in Edmonds.... — Updated 11/16/2017 Full story

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

What three indie stores would you miss? | Art Town

Have you been to downtown Edmonds lately? In the past few years? It is transforming itself daily. There is not an empty storefront to be found. Take a snapshot of Edmonds and place... — Updated 11/16/2017

 By Tracy Felix    Opinion

Uncluttered corners can make stores invisible

You may remember an article in the Edmonds Beacon last summer (“Board signs not standing well with residents, businesses,” Aug. 13, 2015) reporting citizen complaints about... — Updated 9/9/2016


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