St. Augustine, Florida – March 14, 2014 – The Old Town Art Show ~ Spring, returns, Palm Sunday Weekend, April 12th and 13th to Francis (Events) Field in historic downtown St. Augustine.
Participating local artists include: Lynda Marie Keene, handcrafted silver jewelry; Tracy Womack, flame worked glass sculpture; Sam Kates, coastal Florida landscapes; Jim Wettach, handcrafted driftwood birds, Gloria Danvers, polymer clay statement art to wear, Patricia Pollock, with her exquisite paintings, and Sheila Sheppard, patina, etched and stamped metal jewelry.
Many of your favorites will be exhibiting as well. Just in time for Easter, The Egg Man, Orlando FL, will have his hand painted wooden eggs; jeweler extraordinaire Jim Biond, Jacksonville, FL will have his display cases filled with exquisite pieces; painter Ray Brilli, Palm Coast, FL will be featuring his newest works to adorn your home, and TKC, Highlands NC, will be showing their whimsical folk art gourd chickens.
Exciting new exhibitors include: fiber artist, Linda Heltzel, Howard WY, will be showing her functional art quilts; glass artist, William Tackett, Jacksonville FL, creates beautiful stained glass windows ranging from 16 pieces to over 7400; and woodworker, James Gilliam, Signal Mountain TN, will be showing his hand made, original designed chests, lamps and more. It is going to be a great show with something for everyone!
Held Palm Sunday Weekend details on the show are as follows:
About the Old Town Art Show - Organized by Holiday Art Shows, the Old Town Art Show is a juried show in its third year in historic St. Augustine. Mission statement: Holiday Art Shows exist to bring talented, individual artists together with people who appreciate and support their creative endeavors. The person you meet in the booth is the visionary behind the work before you. When you make a purchase from one of our exhibitors you are buying the highest quality art from real working artists. Holiday Art Shows never knowingly allows exhibitors with less than genuine work nor do we accept those buying and selling imported production or manufactured items meant to be perceived as genuine art. More details on www.HolidayArtShows.com, Facebook at HolidayArtShows and Pinterest at HolidayArtShows.