St. Augustine, Florida - March 11, 2015 - The Old Town Art Show ~ Spring, returns, Palm Sunday Weekend, March 28th and 29th to Francis (Events) Field in historic downtown St. Augustine.
The Old Town Art Show ~ Spring will showcase nearly 125 top-notch artists and craftsmen from Northeast Florida and around the country. Artists working in every medium will be offering handcrafted items in all shapes and sizes. The show is a juried art and fine craft event where each exhibitor is carefully selected with only the best work being accepted in each category.
Expect to find that something special to please everyone (and every pocketbook); from exquisite jewelry to funky and functional pottery, abstract sculpture to glistening glass, hand-woven fashions to stunning photography, extraordinary paintings to wonderful woodcarvings. You won't believe your eyes!
Artists from Maine to Florida, and west to Wisconsin will be in attendance. First Coast area artists include: Lynda Marie Keene, handcrafted silver jewelry; Sam Kates, coastal Florida landscapes; Jim Wettach, handcrafted driftwood birds, Charles Carubia, one-of-a-kind handcrafted jewelry; Gladys Trapaga, functional stoneware, Saneetha Chanthakoun, acrylic paintings; Laurel Dagnillo, Florida themed oil paintings; Milt Shirley, marsh paintings; Ken Keeley, lithograph artwork; Ashlee Luukkonen, photography; Michael Styga, wood turned bowls and vases; and Marcia Siany, metal jewelry;
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 fourth 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.