December 1, 2018 - January 14, 2019

We are thrilled to present a wonderful new artist from Idaho, Maia Leisz!  We discovered Maia at the Edmonds Arts Festival and thanks to one of our collectors who asked us to contact her, we made the connection and are delighted with Maia's colorful European and Northwest inspired landscapes. Her lively paintings bring a contemporary flair to classical subjects from Tuscany and Provence where she studied painting in Aix-en-Provence. Living in Idaho, Maia is surrounded by mountains, forests and rivers, giving her an abundance of opportunities to paint the beauty of the West.

From now through December 16 we're offering 10% off all art and 15% off all art to our repeat collectors!

November 15, 2018 - December 31, 2018

Jennifer Diehl, Angela Bandurka, Willow Bader, Ron Stocke and Susan Waite bring a luscious show featuring oil, watercolor and encaustic paintings by five Cole Gallery artists. This show, composed entirely of evening scenes, captures cityscapes, interiors and glowing sunset landscapes.  This is a must see for anyone who loves the beauty of the night! 

October 18, 2018 - November 12, 2018

We're delighted to offer a colorful new contemporary show featuring the finger paintings of Kimberly Adams and the lively impressionism of Heather Pasqualino and Kathy Gale. Especially timely with the coming of Autumn's darker, rainier days in late October and November, this vibrant show will help us as we adjust from the warmth of summer and as we turn our attention to indoor living. With the climate turning to shades of gray, our hearts and spirits our buoyed by the bright, warm colors of these talented artists. Come and enjoy this new show, and then bring home some brightness to the places and spaces of your own home!

As ever, you can enjoy meeting the artists, along with snacking on light treats and sipping some bubbly at our Artists' Opening, on Art Walk evening, October 18th from 5:00 to 8:00pm. The show runs from October 15 to November 12, and we invite you to come and celebrate autumnal days with us all month long.

September 14, 2018 - October 15, 2018

From powerful skies and stunning landscapes by Andy Eccleshall to Michelle Waldele's still lifes, which range from elegant to whimsical, these two masterful painters bring their talents to the forefront in this exquisite show.  Although local to our community, both artists are widely regarded on the national level for their beautiful work.

Master of the landscape, Andy Eccleshall explores intriguing lighting and atmospheric effects in his new show. Bold contrasts and vivid light cascade throughout many of Eccleshalls paintings, bringing an epic drama to his work; in other pieces, he poignantly captures still, misty mornings or starlit nights with deft precision and mood. Eccleshall has proven his brush again, so to speak, with this new realism show in a bewitching, painterly way as he captures the world of nature as it intersects with man. Simply breathtaking.


In her latest show, master of classical realism Michelle Waldele explores the beauty and whimsy of birds and flowers along with vintage toys and books. Michelle’s delightful paintings are filled with surprises as her exquisitely detailed still lifes never fail to charm, bringing wit and wonder to the viewer. Each work has its own narrative, a delightful view into the artist's vision of the lighter side of life.  

August 16, 2018 - September 17, 2018

From sunlit afternoons with fields of flowers to sparkling waters, forests and farms, Susan Diehl, Robin Weiss and Kyle Paliotto bring a beautiful collection of impressionist oils for our late summer show.

July 19, 2018 - August 13, 2018

July in the Pacific NW brings us sunshine and much needed warmth and light. Our featured artists this month, Mike Wise and Ron Stocke beautifully capture our environment, both locally and in the wider world with their masterful use of light, color, and reflection in their paintings.

Internationally acclaimed watercolorist, Ron Stocke's images capture reflections of a colored awning onto a rainy Paris street or the light streaming through a cafe window that catches a table top or glassware. Light and reflections in his work can draw you into the painting as shadows connect the objects in compositions. Ron recently shared, "The play of light and shadow is what the watercolor medium is all about and I enjoy exploiting this at every opportunity." 

Mike Wise brings us new oil paintings showcasing several local scenes, capturing his masterful use of light and reflection. A new painting of a gorgeous lily pond is just a stone's throw from his home on Whidbey Island. His northwest homesteads hearken back to days gone by, letting the viewer journey back in time.  Added to that are lush cottonwood creeks and golden aspen forests from recent travels to New Mexico, and even a floral piece or two that will lift your spirit with their simple, colorful beauty.

Meet the artists Thursday, July 19th from 5:00-8:00 and enjoy champagne, light desserts and a special tasting from Glass Vodka!

June 13, 2018 - July 16, 2018

Nationally acclaimed watercolorist Bev Jozwiak brings a beautiful collection of figurative and animal paintings for her latest show. Always fresh and new, Bev's subjects come alive with painterly brushwork as she allows the medium of watercolor to shine as her colorful paintings drip, splatter and flow into stunning impressionistic works of art.

June 13, 2018 - July 16, 2018

These two impressionists create an intimate narraitive of people and experiences for the viewer to be taken in by. Although both Michael Fitzpatrick and Michael Maczuga are masterful figuartive oil painters, they glean inspiration from different sources. Maczuga, a long time children's swim coach travels the world, capturing children at play, in festivals, and exploring and learning about thier world. Fitzpatrick's muses play between singers, dancers, street buskers and recently, the whimsy of the circus.

May 17, 2018 - June 11, 2018

In November of 2017 we launched the new concept of an online contemporary gallery and after six months of rave reviews and happy art collectors, we are delighted to announce our first Spotlight Show! In this offering we feature nine of our sixteen artists, bringing a diverse collection of over 40 fresh new paintings from poured acrylic with resin to encaustic, oil and more as the artist's work spans the range of contemporary impressionism to experimental art. To view the show click here.

Featured Artists:  C. A. Pierce . Cheryl Waale . Jane Mayer . Jonlee Nunn . Karen Kohtz . Kelly Sooter . 

Maëry Lanahan . Sue Robertson . Thomas McCafferty . Tracy Felix

April 7, 2018 - May 14, 2018

This show is our biggest event of the year!  As an invitational showcase for all of our Cole Gallery artists, the exhibition will span the spectrum from classical realism to whimsical impressionism, in all sizes and mediums including painting, sculpture and handmade furniture totaling over 80 new pieces of art. This much anticipated show features the diversity of our varied artists, with an exquisite collection from contemporary masters of still life, figurative, landscape and more! 

March 15, 2018 - April 16, 2018

For our March show we place the spotlight on two of our realist painters, Austin Dwyer and Michelle Waldele.

Master of nautical themed paintings, Austin Dwyer brings a selection of beautifully rendered paintings of ships from history.  A true local treasure, Austin is internationally recognized for his timeless art and as an author and ship historian. 

Michelle Waldele is widely known for her delightfully whimsical realism in which she creates still life paintings, alive with living creatures, whether animals or even animated objects.

We invite you to enjoy this show in person and meet the artists on March 15th from 5:00-8:00pm. 

February 15, 2018 - March 12, 2018

Over a 6 week period, 80 residents of Edmonds sat for 2-minute video sessions with nationally acclaimed Cole Gallery artist Pam Ingalls, who has created 45 paintings of the people of Edmonds for her show “Facing Edmonds” at Cole Gallery.  Describing her inspiration for the show, Pam states:

I love painting portraits and have painted people in small communities around the world.   Edmonds is such a magical place -  full of artists, musicians, travelers & wonderful characters. After showing here at Cole Gallery for a few years, I got excited about painting portraits of people in Edmonds. Denise Cole liked the idea, so we started planning this show.  I like to take video of my subjects, so I can choose a single frame to paint from when I'm alone in my studio. I invited the few people I know in Edmonds - and others that Denise knew - to come to Cole Gallery on a few different Saturdays for me to take a little video of them for me to paint from. Quite a few of the models just happened to see a sign we put on the door and walked in off the street to participate. About 80 people volunteered in all. I was planning to paint just 30 portraits, but I had so much fun painting that I just kept going until I had 45 paintings. (I so wish I could have painted all 80 people!)

I hope these paintings capture something a little deeper in each person – something that's not immediately apparent on the surface when you see them. And if you live in Edmonds, or are just visiting, maybe you'll feel a little closer to this beautiful community after seeing this show. What a gift this little city is.