This weekend, we have a great art festival that will be in Cleveland, Ohio (Sept. 25th & 26th). It’s the Art in the Village Part II. You do not want to miss this event! The Annual Art in the Village in June is an excellent show, which is why we added one in the Fall.
We have some great artists attending this event. Lucky for you, I am going to share a sneak peek of what to expect. First, we have…
Jennifer Ardolino: Water Color
Jennifer Ardolino! She is an internationally renowned artist who creates the most beautiful water color artwork. You can see more of Jennifer’s artwork if you click HERE.
David Berger: Oil Painting
David Berger is another artist who will be present in Cleveland, Ohio this weekend. His specialty is creating still life oils on canvas. The details on each of his paintings are exquisite! To see more of David’s artwork, click HERE.
Ed Mitchell: Jewelry
Ed Mitchell is the final artist I will be sharing with you in this blog. You will have to see the rest of the artists by going to the festival! (No worries, you can find the navigational address if you keep reading.) Ed uses gold wire woven and shaped entirely by hand. This piece above is so lovely and elegant!
Now that you know Who to expect, I will fill you in on all the details:
What: Art in the Village Part II
When: September 25th & 26th, 2010
Where: 25001 Cedar Rd., Cleveland, OH. 44124
Why: To support the arts and the local community.
Times: Saturday 10am-8pm & Sunday 10am-6pm
Admission: Free and open to the public.
Description: We are very excited to add a second show to one of our favorite venues. We are pleased to announce…Art in the Village Part II!!
Located in the eastern, wealthy suburbs of Cleveland, Legacy Village resembles a downtown shopping district on the corner of Richmond and Cedar Roads. Lyndhurst is in the midst of Shaker Heights, Beachwood, and Pepper Pike where residents appreciate great art, are highly educated, affluent and are prepared to buy.
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