As you may know, this weekend is the Redstone Art Fair in Park City, UT. (August 14th & 15th). Earlier, I shared with you some of the local artists who have been interviewed all week long about their artwork and their expected attendance at the Redstone Art Fair. Now, I would like to share with you four additional artists who will be at the art festival this weekend. Our first artist is…
John Gibb! John is an award-winning pencil artist from England. He travels all over the United States to different art festivals and has won “best in show” numerous times. We are very excited to have this artist join us this weekend in Park City! If you would like to see John’s gallery and learn more about him, you can visit his website HERE.
Judy and David Hedblom are very talented artists who will also be accompanying us at Redstone this weekend. This particular piece in the picture above is made entirely out of copper. After reading more about this artistic couple, I found out they create these colorations from “heat & buffing techniques, which create deep, flowing designs often described as holographic and 3 dimensional”. You can see that their heart and soul goes into making each piece of artwork! If you would like to see more of Judy and David’s masterpieces, you can take a look at their website HERE.
Logan Louis is from Greenville, North Carolina, so he is traveling a long way to Utah! Logan creates fascinating jewelry. He describes what he makes as “pierced silver hollow forms with semi-precious stones which are made using traditional fabrication techniques”. If you look in the picture above, you can see all the intricate detail that goes into making a single piece of jewelry. It really is incredible!
Our fourth and final artist that I am going to feature in this blog is David Nelson. David is a Colorado sculptor who specializes in realistic life size and monumental bronze sculptures. He has been an artist for 24 years. We are anxiously awaiting what he will bring to the Redstone Art Fair this weekend. If you would like to see more of David Nelson’s sculptures, you can click HERE to see his website.
Below, there is some additional information about the art festival this weekend:
Date: August 14th & 15th, 2010
Times: Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm
Navigational Address: 1678 Redstone Center Dr., Park City, UT. 84098
Cost: Free to the public.
We will see you this weekend in Park City!