We loved one of our favorite summer shows so much that we decided to do it all over again this weekend! That’s right! We’ll be in beautiful Lyndhurst, east of Cleveland, at the Legacy Village for Art in the Village: The Fall Art Festival this weekend. Join us as you experience original pieces by some of the country’s finest artists in a friendly, open and beautiful outdoor environment. Whether you’re looking for the right gift for that special someone or you’re scoping out a new piece for your collection, this is one festival you won’t want to miss!
Cleveland natives who love to support local artists will have at least three more reasons to attend the Art in the Village art festival this weekend:
Sara Coast. If you’re familiar with the whimsical and unique style of Cleveland jewelry maker Sara Coast, then you may count yourself fortunate. Sara combines natural elements, semi-precious stones and metals along with fossils and other interesting materials to create one-of-a-kind pieces that she can be proud of. This award-winning talent was trained at both the Pratt Institute in New York and the Cleveland Institute of Art in Ohio; she utilizes the skills and talents that she honed at these prestigious schools to share her love of interesting, vivid color and composition. Sara’s love of world travel and passion for nature has led her to a path that she loves – one in which she creates pieces that no one other than her buyers will own in the world. With her gift, she creates more than just pieces – she creates a memory in time. You can check out Sara Coast Jewelry online, and you can see her at the festival this weekend.
Mindy Sand. With an art studio just outside of Chagrin Falls, OH, Mindy Sand‘s striking ceramic and colorful glass pieces are very special works of art simply not to be missed. From fun and vibrant functional glassware to unique and intense ceramic pieces, Mindy’s work is inspired by everything from her feelings to her fellow artists and even her family. Her interesting marriage of colors and shapes bring both authenticity and life to the work, which is shown regularly, not only in art festivals all over the U.S., but in galleries on both coasts. Come meet Mindy Sand at the Art in the Village festival this weekend and get to know her and her work. You can also see samples of her pieces at www.mindysand.com.
Cheryl Summers. Longtime artist Cheryl Summers has established herself as a staple of recent Howard Alan Events shows. This weekend, as the event’s featured artist, she combines talent and hometown pride to excite the crowds at the Fall Art Festival in Legacy Village this weekend. Her jovial personality is only surpassed by her immense love of the arts, a gift she nurtured as far back as her childhood, when she passionately involved herself in everything from music to theater. Today, Cheryl’s beautiful and inspired work can be seen in art festivals across the country, and this weekend in addition to experiencing her amazing work firsthand, patrons will have the chance to win a custom framed 22″ x 22″ hand embellished limited edition print of Colorado Dunes by Cheryl. There is no purchase necessary to enter the contest, and you can visit her booth to put your name in the running. Trust us, you won’t be sorry.
There are over 150 artists from all over the nation at this weekend’s Art in the Village: The Fall Art Festival in Legacy Village, so come prepared to be enamored, impressed, and inspired!
Come join us this Saturday Sept. 21 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday Sept. 22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the Art in the Village: The Fall Art Festival at Legacy Village in Lyndhurst, east of Cleveland. Admission is free and open to all ages. Learn more about the Art in the Village art festival as well as many other upcoming events at www.artfestival.com. You can also email email@example.com or call 561-746-6615 for more information.