Festival producer Howard Alan Events and The Summit are bringing back Louisville’s annual premier juried street art festival June 9 – 10, 2012. This celebration of the arts showcases the finest work of 150 top artists in the country. Admission is free and open to the public.
“Our jury process is very selective, this is how we ensure a diverse and eclectic mix of styles and media that appeal to a broad variety of art enthusiasts and collectors,” says festival promoter Howard Alan. “There is truly something for everyone.”
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“This festival has become one of our signature events,” says Becky Norton, General Manager for The Summit. “The Summit is a great back drop to enjoy art from all over the country and from our region. Customers are invited to enjoy art from more than 100 artists, stop by our shops, and grab dinner or lunch at one of the fine eateries. They can make a day of it.”
The Summit will be unveiling a new play area on The Terrace where families can take their children for a break from exploring the original and unique work of the many talented artists selected to participate in the art show this year.
Stop by to see local Louisville artis, Lonnie Combs. He creates pepper mills,pens, artistic wood turnings, wood art sculpture, vases, hollow forms and bowls from logs that were removed as a, result of storm damage. I, a native Kentuckian, typically use the wood of Kentucky trees to create one of a kind uniuque vessels and pepper mills.
Each wood art item is an individual expression of nature through my artistic hands, therefore each creation is worthy of my signature . The type of wood, production number, and date are located by my signature on the bottom of each piece. http://www.topchefpeppermills.com
Details in Time artist Annmarie Siegel uses recycled watch parts in her art, she creates beautiful jewelry from old timepieces.
“Born in the state of New Jersey, living most of her adult life on the West Coast of Florida, Annmarie Siegel gets her inspiration by stopping time on hear beaches near her Florida home. Her mantra is, “Living in the moment and not by your wristwatch”. She expresses this way of life daily, and passes it on to all those she meets.
As an extremely inquisitive child, Annmarie would take apart just about everything she could get her hands on. Old tape recorders, appliances and cameras! However, her mother’s old jewelry was her passion. She would disassemble her mother’s brooches, pins and earrings to make up new designs. “I thought mine looked better”, she would tell the adults.
After taking apart one of her father’s favorite pocket watches, Annmarie found that there were many more treasured pieces inside that she could use to create with, she was then inspired by the shapes and saw that they were much more than just watch parts. She began to create recognizable things such as fish, owls and birds with the pieces. Since then, her obsession with constantly making new designs has become her livelihood.
Loving what she does, Annmarie finds it a challenge to find old pieces. “Our society is becoming such a digital society” she says. Annmarie chooses to “Live in the Moment”, with TIME on her side!” www.detailsintime.com