Happy, healthy hearts will be the focus of the Arts’ first Friday march in the sequence in February with red incorporating as a theme representing love, energetic endeavors, heightened excitement, impulse leadership, and emotional affection.
Friday is also National Wear Red Day to raise awareness for heart health.
The First Friday Art Walk is a free, self-guided tour of the art venues from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on February 4.
Visit Sequimartwalk.com to download and print the map.
Face masks and social distancing will be required, and there will be limited capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions.
It will house the Sequim Museum & Arts, 544 N Sequim Ave. , Steve Vogel of Dungeness on Judith McInnes Tozzer Gallery. Now retired, the former Clamam County 3 Fire Chief graduated from the University of Washington with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Additionally, his training in mechanical engineering graphics enhances his perspective on multimedia art pieces.
Vogel has an affinity with marine and historical sites, such as lighthouses or boats on the Olympic Peninsula.
Since his last art show at the Sequim Museum in 2018, he’s bought an inscription press, and he’s in the process of relearning these skills after a 44-year hiatus to pursue the printmaking industry. Last year, Vogel created six engravings for his new show and chose two paintbrushes to resume oil painting after a 22-year absence.
Host Wind Rose Cellars, 143 W. Washington St. Live Music with Tin Sandwich From 6pm to 8pm, duo Marty and Marilyn Kahler will perform some blues with little rock.
Sequim Spice and Tea, 139 W. Washington Street, has unique, heartfelt art including glass, pottery, illustrations, and photography. You can also find amazing and creative tea blends, colorful and fun teapots and mugs, and fun culinary gifts.
Habitat for Humanity at the Sequim Habitat Boutique in Clallam County, 213 E.
Brown is a Port Angeles-based photographer and digital artist who is in the AmeriCorps service with Habitat for Humanity while pursuing a bachelor’s degree in organizational leadership. She has been involved in the art community since childhood, having sold her first piece of art when she was eight for 25 cents.
She has been involved in quite a few mediums since then, including painting, sculpture, and graphic design. During the onset of the pandemic, I started offering custom hand-drawn digital designs to connect with others. In addition, she started offering professional photo sessions with the aim of capturing life in all its vitality and joy.
Meanwhile, Rainshadow Café, 157 W. Cedar St. He will be performing live music with Dawn & Steve from 6pm to 8pm
The city’s Art Advisory Committee will host the Art All Over “Re-Use” exhibition at the Sequim Civic Center, 152 W. Cedar St.
Launched in 2006, Sequim’s First Friday Arts Walk is sponsored and produced by Renne Emiko Brock. Its mission is to create accessible and accessible art and cultural spaces that encourage community to connect and celebrate expression and diversity.