We simply can’t believe that October is almost gone – it seems like only yesterday we were celebrating its arrival! But what better way to say goodbye to an amazing October than to celebrate artists and their unique talents at the Hyde Park Village Art Fair? Well, get ready because this Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m., you can celebrate the departure of one of our favorite months with the Howard Alan Events family. Featured in the most recent issue of Accent On Tampa Bay, we promise you this event definitely lives up to the anticipation!
With highs anticipated to reach only the high 70s and lows in the high 50s, the weather is just fine for you and your family to stroll up and down Hyde Park Village and experience the talent of over 150 national and local artists as you enjoy one-of-a-kind, original pieces in a juried-style, two-day outdoor exhibition. You’ll have the chance to purchase quality art by gifted painters, sculptors, and more, while also meeting the artists themselves; you’ll even have the chance to win an original piece by celebrated painter Susan Lane during the featured artist giveaway. The best part? The event is free and open to the public, so everyone in your family can attend. Wondering what kind of things you could find at this art fair over the weekend?
- Holiday gifts. Whether you find a lovely work of art for the painting connoisseur in your life or a wonderful pendant for your die-hard jewelry lovers, there is no denying that there is something for everyone, no matter what taste or budget.
- Seasonal home decor to last into 2014. There is no better place to find fine home decor than an art fair. Every piece is made with such care and uniqueness that there is possibly nothing more satisfying than finding a favorite home decor masterpiece at a Howard Alan Events art fair.
- One-of-a-kind gifts year-round. Build up your reserve of beautiful and unique artwork and functional art to serve as your go-to gift center all year long, for any occasion.
As this month comes to a close, we are reminded of the brave men and women whose lives have been affected by breast cancer. For this, the final HAE Pinktober show this month, there is a group of very special artists who are donating pieces of work in support of breast cancer research and awareness. As this week’s Featured Artist, Susan Lane is donating her painting, “Red Palms in Sunset” to be given away this Sunday at 4 p.m. at her booth, where patrons can also sign up for the Featured Artist Giveaway. However, she is also selling a breathtakingly special breast cancer-focused painting called “I Believe in Pink,” of which part of the proceeds from sales will be donated to breast cancer. Other artists donating proceeds of sales from breast cancer-focused works include Glenda Lundgren, Steve and Kate Koestner, Arlene Parker and Jay Lensink.
Come join us at the 24th Annual Hyde Park Village Art Fair taking place in beautiful Hyde Park Village in Tampa, this Saturday and Sunday Oct. 26-27 from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. To find out more information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, go to www.artfestival.com or call Howard Alan Events at (561) 746-6615. As we have been doing throughout the month, we encourage you to wear your pink shirt, meet the artists, take some pics with your mobile devices and share them with the world via our Facebook page at facebook.com/HowardAlanEvents, our Twitter (@ArtFestivals) and Pinterest boards at pinterest.com/ArtFestivals. Use the hashtag #HAEPinktober and follow us on Instagram as well (@artfestivals).