ILWACO — The Ilwaco First Friday Art Walk will be held from 4 to 7 p.m. on Friday.
1. SkyWater Home and Gallery, 139 Howerton Way S.E.
Featuring new work from more than 30 artisans. Items include pottery, glass pieces, furniture, cards, photography, jewelry and more.
2. Salt Hotel & Pub, 147 Howerton Way S.E.
Presenting art by Brian Beck, an accomplished artist who has specialized in glass art since 2013 — though his career has lasted about 30 years and featured a variety of mediums. Beck’s pieces give the appearance of stained glass but instead are more versatile and less fragile.
3. Purly Shell Fiber Arts, 157 Howerton Way S.E.
Showcasing resident artist Heather Campbell, who will teach visitors about spinning natural fibers. Products and information about fiber art will be available.
4. Time Enough Books, 157 Howerton Way S.E.
Featuring a wide selection of new and used books, puzzles and gifts. Local and regional authors will be highlighted.
5. Don Nisbett Art Gallery, 167 Howerton Way S.E.
Presenting red, white and blue-themed original watercolors and acrylics by artist Don Nisbett. Prints, tiles, glassware and other handmade products will be available.
6. Marie Powell Gallery, 177 Howerton Way S.E.
Showcasing artist Susan Spence, who will be available to meet with visitors. Spence’s popular beach baskets will be featured. Original monotypes and paintings by Marie Powell, and pottery by David Campiche, will also be featured.
7. Luisa Mack Jewelry & Art, 177 Howerton Way S.E., Suite 4
Featuring handmade silver jewelry by Luisa Mack, who will be available to meet with visitors. Each of her pieces is a one-of-a-kind piece that highlights brightly colored gemstones and gold. Original paintings and monotypes by Penny Treat, and contemporary ceramic vases and wall sculptures by Martie Kilmer will also be showcased.