Holiday Art Festival Presents Perfect Opportunity for Thoughtful Gift-Givingby Hot Off The Press (Release) on Dec. 04, 2012, under Press Releases
Village of Catalina Art Fest Seeks to Inspire, Entertain Residents of Saddlebrooke and Catalina
Artist: James Lee
TUCSON, Ariz. (Dec. 3, 2012) – In the midst of the holiday chaos, shoppers will find beauty and inspiration in the form of a holiday art event: The Village of Catalina Art Festival. The art fest will present the public with an opportunity to browse and purchase the works of local and national artists. The show runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 15 and Sunday, Dec. 16. The works available span many mediums including paintings, jewelry, sculpture, woodworks and more. All artists participating in the festival were hand selected after submitting to a juried application process.
In addition to the handmade arts and crafts for sale, festival visitors will enjoy ambient musical performances. Performers at the event include guitarists and vocalists like Diane Davis and Mark Garris as well as flutist, Rick Gnerich.
Festivalgoers are encouraged to refuel after all that shopping by enjoying some of the many delectable treats available at the event. Whether it’s a lite snack like kettle corn or a hearty meal, local food vendors will be present to satisfy even the biggest of appetites.
With more than 60 artists presenting their works at the event, visitors are sure to find something for everyone on their holiday gift-giving list. This is the third Village of Catalina Art Festival and the number of artists participating has nearly doubled since the first event last winter. Visit Bowman Productions online for a sneak peek at the works of participating artists and other festival information. For artists wishing to participate in the event, limited spaces are still available. Interested artists can apply online at www.bowmanproductionsaz.com.
About Bowman Productions
Bowman Productions is the producer of some of the Southwest’s finest art events. We strive to create a conversation about art and connect local artists to their Communities. Through the production of popup art events in unique spaces throughout the Southwest, we aim to engage the public in the arts – visual, performing and culinary – and remind them just how vital they are to our Communities.