48th Annual Rotary Key Biscayne Art Festival


The Key Biscayne Art Festival, an annual tradition in this popular seaside community, is produced in partnership with festival promoter Howard Alan Events and the Rotary Club of Key Biscayne. On March 17th and 18th, the artists will line The Village Green located on Crandon Boulevard with their finest work and newest creations. Admission is free and open to the public. Hours are 10:00 am – 5:00 pm.

The 48th Annual Key Biscayne Art Festival is a juried first-class outdoor art gallery showcasing local and national artists. This Festival is among the largest and most popular outdoor art festivals in South Florida and features original artwork handmade in America. There will be 300 artists from 30 different states on site for the duration of the Festival.

Prices set to suit all budgets — ranging from as little as $25 to $30,000.

Artists hand-selected by independent panel of expert judges from hundreds of applicants’ vast array of artistic media:


  • Life-Size Sculptures
  • Photography
  • Ceramics
  • Glass
  • Wood
  • Handmade jewelry
  • Collage
  • Mixed Media

A portion of the proceeds benefits the Rotary Club of Key Biscayne.

The Art Festival Navigational Address: 455 Grand Bay Dr., Key Biscayne, FL 33149

Artist Spotlight, meet Renee Dinauer at the Key Biscayne Art Festival.

From  Renee’s website I have been creating a plethora of unique, freeform wall and free hanging sculpture formed of steam-bent hardwoods since 1990. I custom color the light- weight sculpture in subtle naturals and intense vibrant colors. I have a great interest in constructivism of all kinds; as sculpture, or even architecture; challenging, and exploring traditional material bounds. My greatest interest involves the study of surfaces, especially those alluding to a four-dimensional topological source, or extrapolation. I create sculpture for public, corporate, hotel/resort, casino, cruise ship, academic facilities, and numerous private residences. I specialize in personal service teaming with owners, architects, designers and consultants to achieve a symbiosis with the architecture, and interior design. My unique use of bent wood as sculpture often becomes a compelling icon identifying its edifice with a lasting impression. I received my undergraduate degree at The University of California – Los Angeles.  My art career really began at UCLA, strolling through its sculpture gardens inspiring my many ubiquitous creative interests. Since, I began exhibiting at art shows, galleries and museum shows garnering numerous principal awards, including: both “Best of show” and First Place -Sculpture at “The Affaire” -Beverly Hills, CA, “Best of Sculpture” Portland, OR Art Festival and The Colorado Art Festival.  My interest in doing larger projects led me into the public, corporate and hospitality field where I thrive in a variety of, often, challenging and rewarding creative projects.”


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!

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