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SHOW SCHEDULE 2023 ( updated freq.)
2/4-2/5
MT. DORA ARTS FESTIVAL, Mt. Dora, FL
2/18- 2/19
UNICOI LODGE FIRESIDE ARTS AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL, 
Unicoi State Park, Helen, GA
3/17
FRUHLINGSFEST, Avondale Estates, Atlanta, GA
4/8- 4/9
SANDY SPRINGS ARTSAPALOOZA, Atlanta, GA
4/15-4/16
BEAR ON THE SQUARE- Dahlonega, GA
4/22-4/23
MELBOURNE ARTS FESTIVAL, Melbourne, FL
4/28-4/30
PANOPOLY, Huntsville, AL
5/13-5/14
CHASTAIN PARK SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL, Atlanta, GA
5/28-5/29
BLUE RIDGE SPRING ARTS FESTIVAL, Blue Ridge, GA
6/16-617
BLUE RIDGE HERITAGE ARTS FEST, Waynesville, NC
6/24-6/25
MOUNTAINTOP ARTS FESTIVAL, Highlands, NC
7/15-7/16
BUTTERNUT ARTS FESTIVAL, Blairsville, GA
8/13-8/14
TOLEDO ZOO, Toledo, OH
8/19-8/20
PIEDMONT PARK, Atlanta, GA
8/26-8/27
MOUNTAINTOP ARTS FESTIVAL, Highlands, NC
9/2-9/4
MARIETTA ART IN THE PARK, Marietta, GA
9/9-9/10
BIG FOUR BRIDGE, Louisville, KY
9/23-9/24
ART ON MAIN, Hendersonville, NC
10/7-10/8
JOHN C CAMPBELL FOLK SCHOOL, Brasstown, NC
10/14-10/15
BLUE RIDGE ARTS FESTIVAL, Blue Ridge, GA
10/21
ASHEVILLE ART IN THE PARK, Asheville. NC
11/4-11/5
PETER ANDERSON ARTS FESTIVAL, Ocean Springs, MS
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Asheville Art in the Park Poster

 

    I was really pleased to be selected as the artist to design the Asheville Art in the Park publicity poster for 2016. The artwork will be used for publicity purposes throughout the year.

  I was selected again for the 2017 and 2018 Posters.

What will I see at Asheville Art in the Park?

 

     At the event you are sure to find the finest in handcrafted art that Asheville Area Artists have to offer.  Skilled workers of Glass, Ceramics, Wood, Jewelry, and metal make their shops open to display to the public at every market.

     Many artists return to the market to welcome customers that return each year.

2015 Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Habitat Conservation Stamp
   I was excited to win the 2015 Oregon Habitat Conservation Stamp for this year. Entries were submitted from many artists throughout the country.

   Habitat Conservation stamps and art prints feature fish and wildlife species identified in the Oregon Conservation Strategy as species in need of help—Western Meadowlarks, Oregon Spotted Frogs, Northwestern Pond Turtles, Pygmy Rabbits, Gray Whales and many more. Revenue is used for restoration of habitats vital to our declining species, including wetlands, grasslands, oak woodlands and ponderosa pine forests. The stamp is available for purchase at ODFW license sales agents, at ODFW offices that sell licenses, and online.

 

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