CityPlace Art Fair Part II: March 26th & 27th, 2011


This weekend (March 26th & 27th), Howard Alan Events proudly presents the CityPlace Art Fair Part II in West Palm Beach, Florida.

The CityPlace Art Fair is back by popular demand this spring with Part II of it’s annual winter show for another two-day event, March 26 – 27, 2011. Leading artists from around the country will return with their finest work including paintings, sculptures, photography, glass, wood, jewelry, collage and ceramics, with prices ranging from $25 hand-designed earrings to $20,000 metal sculptures. Admission is free and open to the public. Times are Saturday & Sunday 10am-5pm.

Here are some very talented artists you will see this weekend:

Billy Hines: Photography

The first artist we would like to introduce to you is Billy Hines. Billy’s love for photography has taken him to many places in the past several years. This has allowed him to capture beautiful moments. His past years were spent in the corporate world before embarking on a journey that allowed him to achieve his passion-taking photographs. You can view more of his work HERE.

Jill Kernodle: Mixed Media

Next, we have Jill Kernodle. Jill’s artwork begins with a wood base. Then, she embellishes her work with handmade ceramic tiles and recycled glass shards. Her pieces are so happy and bright!

Matthew Popielarz: Painting

The final artist we are going to share with you is Matthew Popielarz. Matthew has a unique personal style of mingling contrasting colors along with an incredible attention to detail and strong sense of design. Many of Matthew’s works are found nationwide in public, private and corporate collections. You can view more of his work HERE.

We are very excited to have all three of these artists at the CityPlace Art Fair this weekend. Make sure you come visit the other 150 extremely talented artists, as well!

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. You can reach us at (954) 472-3755 or

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About Howard Alan Events

For nearly three decades, Howard Alan and American Craft Endeavors have allowed more than 10,000 artists to exhibit their original work to millions across The United States. When our company began, our art and craft shows showcased a handful of exhibitors. Today, a typical Howard Alan or American Craft Endeavors event features 100-300 talented artists and fine crafters. No matter where you are, you are sure to find one of our stellar events nearby. Our shows take us to destinations like Aspen, Chicago, Alexandria, Vail, and Fort Lauderdale…just to name a few! Our great outdoor venues, fantastic crafters, and talented artists allow us to consistently be ranked among the top art and craft shows in the country. Visit a show and see for yourself why we are the very best!

2 responses »

  1. It was a lovely collection of pieces, without a doubt, but why was there posted signs asking visitors not to photograph? We’re not here to steal images or violate any copyrights…simply to enjoy and photograph the experience of enjoying the show. There was a paranoia amongst several artists, that anyone photographing or video recording (as I was, the latter) was doing it to unduly publish their works; after a wicked argument with one, I was turned completely off enjoying the exhibits. To technologically ignorant people such as elderly people and bohemian artists: it is not against the law to capture the niceness of a show, and if you happen to be in the focus of a lens, DO NOT feel uncomfortable with that, DO handle it like a mature adult and realize the person is just simply capturing memories, NOT YOU, or spoiling YOUR WORK, per se. That needs to be said and read!!!!

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