ASTORIA — The Astoria November Art Walk will take place noon to 8 p.m. Saturday.

Angi D Wildt Gallery, 106 10th St.

Featuring new owl sculptures from Richard Burke, as well as work by Ron Nicolaides and Bill W. Dodge. New glass pieces will be on display by Nancy Bosse and Christine Kende.

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‘She Ran Through the Forest. She Did Not Stumble,’ by Connie Dillion, will be on display at ARTstoria Gallery.

ARTstoria Gallery, 1168 Commercial St., 2nd Floor #205

“Stories Through Art” Contemporary representational paintings by artist and gallery owner, Connie Dillon.

Ashriver Woodworks, 229 14th St.

Ashriver Woodworks is a family business that specializes in epoxy furniture, home decor and reclaimed furniture.

Astoria Art Loft, 106 3rd St.

Presenting a collection of greeting cards, small and large paintings, jewelry, placemats, glass, photography and more. There will be an art supply sale. Open 1 to 4 p.m.

Astoria Coffeehouse & Bistro, 243 11th St.

Featuring the work of Dulcye Taylor, which examines opacity, transparency and color vibrations inspired by cityscapes.

Astoria Institute of Music & Center for the Arts, 1159 Marine Drive

Newly acquired vintage curiosities and magazines, tools, books, batiks, postcards, holiday ornaments and figurines and vintage art. Live music during Art Walk.

Astoria Visual Arts, 1000 Duane St.

AVA presents “Offal,” featuring work by Simone Fischer curated by Lauren McLaughlin. Fischer uses photography and gleaned objects to expose a landscape marred by the weight of industry, exploitation, urban renewal and the void of working-class American culture.

Bridge and Tunnel Bottleshop & Taproom, 1390 Duane St.

Featuring artist and designer Matthew Palmgren. At 15, he was an apprentice to Hai Ying Wu, a Chinese-American sculptor, where he honed his skills and furthered his interest in sculpture and public art.

Brut Wine Bar, 240 10th St.

Brut welcomes Leben Von Klaus Photography featuring a series of Astoria Bridge photographs.

Brumfield Gallery, 1033 Marine Drive

“New Editions” features new work by printmakers Liza Jones, Paul Miller, Jani Hoberg, Patricia L. Giraud, Gene Flores, Yuji Hiratsuka, Marit Berg, Michéle Landsaat, Lyell Castonguay, Laine Greoneweg and Michael Barnes.

Cambium Gallery, 1030 Duane St.

Welcoming six new artists: Leah Kholenberg, Gia Whitlock, Kelly Williams, Amy Stoner, Elisabeth Walden and Jo Pfeifer.

Cargo Astoria, 241 11th St.

Moved into a larger space next to Astoria Coffeehouse & Bistro just in time for the holidays. Cargo will present new and vintage curiosities from around the globe. Ornaments, custom wrapping paper, ribbon, stocking stuffers, clothing, jewelry, tableware and more.

Brad Reef

Work from multimedia artist Brad Reef will be on display at Foragers.

Foragers, 1004 Marine Drive

Hosting multimedia artist Brad Reef.

Debra Gerth

Work by Debra Gerth will be on display at Forsythea.

Forsythea, 1124 Commercial St.

Debra Gerth will show her introspective mixed media pieces.

Imogen, 240 11th St.

Welcoming the sublime oil paintings of Reed Clarke, the soulful paintings of Aaron To ledo and the evocative paintings of Amelia Santiago. All works explore the essence of humanity.

Kit’s Apothecary, 1004 Marine Drive

Kit’s Apothecary will host author Lori Tobias and will be featuring her second novel “Storm Beat” which details her life as a news writer covering the Oregon Coast.

Lower Columbia Q Center, 171 W Bond St.

The Q Center is Astoria’s own resource center for LGBTQIA+ folks and their families. The center will be featuring several new and local talented artists.

McVarish Gallery, 160 10th St.

The gallery will present part two of the “That’s What She Said” show, a collection of paintings of women by female artists including Rachel Bess, Jen Brown, Lisa Laser, Jill McVarish, Renee Tay and Carrie Williams.

Munktiki, 1241 Duane St.

Debba will have new paintings of 100 Faces Paintings.

Oscar de’ Masi Art Gallery, 1145 Commercial St.

Presenting “Sunflowers,” a brand new collection of work focused on sunflowers. Art plus hors d’oeuvres, wine and conversation.

Paul Polson Studio Gallery, 100 10th St.

Will show large surreal oil paintings and Northwest land scapes. Showcasing large strata in oil and adding new paintings to the exhibit.

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‘Pelican Flock,’ by Penny Treat, will be on display at RiverSea Gallery.

RiverSea Gallery, 1160 Commercial St.

Marie Powell and Penny Treat will highlight the increasingly fragile population of birds that form an important part of our regional ecosystem. Mixed-media monotypes will be presented by Joan Stuart Ross. Meet the artists from 5 to 8 p.m.

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‘Tree Tops,’ by Marie Powell, will be on display at RiverSea Gallery.

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‘Night Winter,’ by Joan Stuart Ross, will be on display at RiverSea Gallery.

Treasure Alley, 77 11th St., inside the Pier 11

Landscape photographer Linda Fenton-Mendenhall will feature her locally printed calendars.

Weird Sisters Freak Boutique, 1004 Marine Drive

Find the Disco Diva dancing through the streets of Astoria for a coupon to get a free disco necklace or car mirror ornament and a chance to win a portable disco light. Then dance on over to Weird Sisters in the Hidden Underground Experience and meet new friends in the World’s Tiniest Disco!

West Coast Artisans Gallery, 160 10th St.

Presenting Oscar Nelson’s “Coast Time” series; the drama of fall coming through with oils and the love of gestural abstraction in the vein of the experimental abstract Paris influences.

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