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PAD London Exhibits a Treasure Trove of Fine and Decorative Art

The Pavilion of Art and Design, more often referred to as PAD, has been thrilling art collectors and interior designers with its eclectic mix of fine art and decorative art since its founding in 2007. This popular art fair takes place each year in the month of October in Berkeley Square, in the heart of London’s Mayfair district. This year… (more…)

Stowe Foliage Arts Festival

If you’ve never been to Stowe, Vermont, this just might be the time to go. Right now, as the leaves change and the air grows crisp it’s a glorious time to be in the State. And the 31st Annual Stowe Foliage Arts Festival will be taking place from October 9-11 at the Stowe Events Field. Over 190 exhibitors will be… (more…)

Upper Arlington Art Festival Worth the Visit

If you’re near Upper Arlington, Ohio over labor day, you will be in for a treat. More than 150 artists and 25,000 visitors will enjoy the 49th annual Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts festival. The festival will include one rather unique painter, Duane C. Palmo. Palmo, a 40-year Upper Arlington resident, died at the age of 72 recently and his… (more…)

Summer Festivals in Vermont

Vermont has some of the best art festivals in the entire country, and the 54th Annual Art in the Park Fine Art & Craft Festivals are certainly part of this list. On August 8-9, and then again on October 10-11, people can enjoy the scene with food, music, craft demonstrations, kids activities and so much more. The Art in the… (more…)

Art at the Sanctuary

This is a beautiful idea. Enjoy the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary while having a great time at an art fair. You can be part of this fun on June 27-28 where the Sanctuary will host a weekend art fair. The fair includes fine arts, crafts, live music, nature programs and more. The event takes place at the Tucker Wildlife Sanctuary, 29322… (more…)

Maple Valley Days Festival in Seattle

If you happen to be in Seattle next month, you’ll want to enjoy the Maple Valley Days festival from June 12-14. This festival draws between 10-15,000 visitors each year and has 120 food and vendor booths. There are 75 parade entrants, carnival rides and more. It all started in 1050 when a group got together at the Gaffney’s Lake Wilderness… (more…)

Enjoy the {Re}HAPPENING

If you live in Asheville or you’ll be in the area on April 4, you must check out the {Re}HAPPENING. Located at Camp Rockmont at 375 Lake Eden Road, this is a multi-sensory experience that includes art, performance and food. It takes place on the grounds of the Black Mountain College Lake Eden campus. As explained on their website, “Each… (more…)

Upcoming Art City Austin

If you don’t know about the Art City Austin, you should. Austin has so many amazing things to do and see – and this is certainly high on the list. Each year, they have an art fair which is now about to have its 65th year. They have an annual attendance of 20,000 people and the juried art fair is… (more…)

Annual Arts & Crafts Conference and Antiques Show

February 20-22 is the time to be in Asheville, North Carolina for the annual Arts and Crafts Conference and Antiques Show. Since 1988, when author, collector and former high school English teacher Bruce Johnson created the conference, it has been dedicated to the education of arts and crafts collectors. Each February, Johnson brings together the most dedicated collectors to enjoy… (more…)

Ceramic Delight Coming to Pasadena

If you love pottery, you should put this into your to-do book. On February 7-8 at the Pasadena Convention Center in California there will be the largest art pottery and tile show in America. The 18th annual show includes more than 90 exhibitors from around the country who come to show what they are doing with ceramics today and to… (more…)