The First Saturday Art Walk is held each month in downtown Gig Harbor. Next month’s event will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Jan. 4.
Visitors can pick up an art walk passport at any gallery and visit all of them to be entered into a drawing for a $50 gift certificate at any participating gallery.
The following participating galleries and businesses will have artists on site with demonstrations:
• Ebb Tide Gallery, 7809 Pioneer Way, Gig Harbor, 253-851-5293 — Featuring all of the gallery’s artists for the holiday season.
• Gallery Row, 3102 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, 253-851-6020 — Featuring “Tuscan Dreams” exhibit. If you can’t take a trip to Italy, go enjoy the colors and shapes of Tuscany.
• Kit Kuhn, A Jeweler Designed for You, 3104 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, 253-851-5546 — Featuring a custom 14-karat white and yellow gold Mount Rainier Pendant with water, an eagle and a diamond for a moon.
• Water’s Edge Gallery & Framery, Inc., 7808 Pioneer Way, Gig Harbor, 253-858-7449 — Featuring Jim Nelson, landscape and nautical photographer.
• Full Moon Art Gallery, 3155 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, 253-858-8087 — Featuring all of the gallery’s artists for the holiday season.
• Peacock Hill Gallery, 9106 Peacock Hill Ave., Gig Harbor, 253-851-7336 — Featuring Resident artist Al Johnsen and his paintings, drawings and ceramics.
• Gig Harbor BoatShop at Eddon BoatYard, 3805 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, 253-857-9344 — Featuring maritime art and offering tours of the facility.
• Harbor History Museum, 4212 Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, 253-858-6722 — Featuring local art, and the lobby features maritime-themed photography (no admission fee).
• Turner Glass Works, Harborview Drive, Gig Harbor, 509-991-1819 — Gig Harbor’s first lampworking studio and gallery.
• Tradewinds Treasure Gallery, 7700 Pioneer Way, Gig Harbor, 253-858-8300 — An Uncommon Shoppe, featuring artist Gary Peterson, an acrylic painter.
• Sea Hags: fine art, gifts, coastal décor, 8805 North Harborview Drive, Suite 201, Gig Harbor, 253-691-7731 — Offering works by local artists, as well as ocean-inspired gifts, jewelry and decor.