ILWACO, Wash. — The Ilwaco Art Walk will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday.

1. SkyWater Home and Gallery, 139 Howerton Way SE

More than 30 artisans from SkyWater Home and Gallery will present new items.

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Photography by Stephanie Day is featured at Salt Hotel & Pub.

2. Salt Hotel & Pub, 147 Howerton Way SE

Art features local photographer Stephanie Day.

Day also writes poetry and does mixed media art. She moved to Long Beach last August. She hopes to share her vision through photography.

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Work from local potter Karen Brownlee will be shown at Purly Shell Fiber Arts.

3. Purly Shell Fiber Arts, 157 Howerton Way SE

Purly Shell Fiber Arts is dedicated to bringing out the artist inside everyone.

The artwalk will feature Karen Brownlee, a local potter that works primarily in functional stoneware clay, choosing bright colors to glaze her works. She also creates items for the garden and unique naked raku pieces.

4. Time Enough Books, 157 Howerton Way SE

The bookstore highlights local and regional authors and includes new and used books, puzzles and gifts.

5. Don Nisbett Art Gallery, 167 Howerton Way SE

Don Nisbett Art Gallery featuring salmon and other fish themed acrylic, watercolor and glassware by artist Don Nisbett.

6. Marie Powell Gallery, 177 Howerton Way SE

Featured artist Susan Spence will be chatting with visitors and constructing her popular beach baskets.

The gallery will also show Marie Powell original monotypes and paintings, along with pottery by David Campiche. Masks required.

7. Luisa Mack Jewelry & Art, 177 Howerton Way SE Suite 4

See Luisa Mack’s handmade silver jewelry in her studio gallery.

All her pieces are one of a kind and often highlighted with bright colored gemstones or gold. Look for her new pieces with local agates and beach gold.

Original paintings and monotypes by local artist Penny Treat and contemporary ceramic vases by Martie Kilmer will be on display.

8. Ship Wrecords and Moor, 122 Lake St. S

Featuring local acrylic artist Susan Record.

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