Call for Artists, Making Money at Juried Art Fairs, Craft Shows and Festivals
After last week's drama in St. Pete, I was happy to have this show next up on my schedule: A small, 88-artist show that kicks off the fall outdoor festival season in Naples, FL. Ably run by Marianne Megela of the Naples Art Association and a large, efficient group of volunteers, this show took place on a T-shaped layout along two streets just east of US 41 (a few blocks east of the better-known shows along 5th Ave. and Cambier Park later in the…Continue
Tequila or no tequila, I'm writing a review of St. Pete's ArtScape affair last weekend, as Nels Johnson--blogger extraordinaire and publicity arm of the famed husband-and-wife prizewinning pair--promised I would do. (No pressure--gulp!--here). And what an adventurous experience this turned out to be.
This first year show had a foundation more solid than most of its ilk. The plan: Introduce…Continue
I don't have a full review of this show, for reasons that will be clear in a paragraph or two. But I wanted to get the conversation started among artists who attended this Howard Alan show, held in Sarasota, FL's St. Armand's Key.
St. Armand's Circle is a shopping district well-known for its upscale shops and fine dining establishments, including the not-to-be-missed Columbia Restaurant,…Continue
I've reviewed this show several times before, so I'll keep this one short. (You can read earlier reviews, including details on the area demographics and show logistics here.)
If you like to take your art without side orders of carnival and kettle corn, the Estero Fine Art show is a good way to go. Run by Patty Narozny's…Continue