Lots Of Different Art Happening In Everett Today

Artists were lined up along Hoyt from Wall Street in front of Schack Art Center.

Fresh Paint by numbers.

Looking west on Hewitt from Colby.

People looked on as artist created all types of works.

Jamie Curtismith has a large collection of her artwork up at MyMyToyStore.

You’ll find a different style of Jamie’s at Port Gardner Bay Winery.

Hyper has been creating graffiti art for more than 3 decades.

Hyper’s show runs at Zamarama Gallery until the end of the month.

Funko had folks linked up around the block.

Roving street performers kept people entertained.

Funko had multiple events in front of the HQ to mark 5 years in downtown Everett.

Uncorked Everett was happening under the Grand Avenue Park Bridge entrance to the waterfront.

A good pet, enjoys a good petting at Everett Uncorked.

Live music, a market and 40 different wines were all part of the fun.

Took a wander around downtown Everett, Washington which again had street closures to make way for people to spread out and enjoy each other’s creativity.

In the streets, on the sidewalks and in the stores there was all kinds of energy and excitement watching so many different artists making their unique types of art.

Fresh Paint was happening on both Hoyt and Hewitt streets with artists actively engaged in creating pieces you could buy on the spot.

Zamarama Gallery on Colby was featuring take-home sized graffiti artwork from Hyper who put together last week’s Graffiti Art mural event and is working on a follow up for next month. His show at Zamarama runs to the end of the month.

Jamie Curtismith has been extremely busy and you can find her artwork in many varying styles at Port Gardner Bay Winery, Schack Art Center and all over the walls at MyMyToyStore on Hewitt.

At Wetmore and California at the Headquarters of FUNKO they were celebrating their five year anniversary in downtown Everett with a huge block party that included food, a beer garden, roving entertainers plus the occasional superhero, along with lots of exclusive collectibles.

At the Port of Everett at the foot of the Grand Avenue Park Bridge there was live music, art and lots of wine for the first ever Everett Uncorked.

Here are a few photos shot as I took in another great Saturday in Everett, Washington. Click photo to enlarge. – LD

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