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Langley Galleries hold annual Holiday Art Walk

"The galleries of Langley are presenting their annual Holiday Art Walk on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 6-9 p.m. Take a stroll through Langley's art galleries, view local and regional work and meet the artists. Participating galleries include:Gaskill Olson Gallery, 302 First St. 221-2978 - Continuing the tradition of showing house artists Arnold Fukumoto, Georgia Gerber, Fancy Blumhagen, Susan Ogilvie, Anne Belov, Gail Davis, Jean Tallent, and many others.Museo, 215 First St., 221-7737 - Showing twelve etchings depicting Twelve Months of Sun, by Gail Gwinn, new work in glass by Alicia Lomne, oil paintings by Janie Cribbs, and toys by David Gignac, Randi Landon, Matt Farrar, Donald Singleton, David Leonard, Val Keller, Tacy Bigelow and Joe Thomas.Bayview Gallery, 5603 South Bayview Rd., 321-4535 - Displaying a collection of watercolors and lithographs by Lee Wexler in Lee Wexler in Retrospect.Lowry James Fine Antiques, 101 Anthes, 221-0477 - Featuring Audubon's Final National Work, The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, and a group of 15th century illuminated manuscript pages from a Dutch Book of Hours.Hellebore, 308 First St., 221-2067 - Continuing to show the current hand blown glasswork of studio owner George Springer.The Artists' Cooperative of Whidbey Island, 314 First St., 221-7675 - Focusing on the photography of Ed Severinghaus and pottery by Carol Bauer and Howard Hamsa.Blackfish Gallerio,111 Anthes, 221-1274 - Specializing in painted silk and photography and assorted handcrafted gift items.The Glass Knight, 214 First St., 221-6283 - Featuring sumi art work by Yongquan Guo along with glass art by local and regional artists.Islandesign, 111 First St., 221-511 - Showing mixed media paintings and prints by Quincy Anderson and Betty Rayle.Wheeler Galleries, 120 Second St., 221-6747 - Introducing Northwest watercolorist John Ebner whose originals and limited edition prints will be joining nationally recognized work by Thomas Kinkade, Viktor Shvaiko, Sam Parks, Tom DuBois, and Randy VanBeck.Wayward Son, 202 First St., 221-3911 - Displaying contemporary jewelry designed by Sandrajean Wainwright. "

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