Meet the artist and hear their story: necklace and bracelet by jewelers Geri Lynn and Rick Angrick

Shop from hundreds of artists and craftspeople: metalworks by jeweler Chip Arnold

 Wire work mini-vases by Deborah Florian

Meet the artist and hear their story: pendants by Robin Yates, sculpture by Aya Arts, pendant by Penny Despos

Nature photography by Donald Lo

Shop from hundreds of artists and craftspeople: jewelry by Fatima Sharieff, ceramic art by CC Lee

Sculpture by Aya Art, photography by David Reade, painting by Smadar Livne

 

Applying Artist Information

The Park Ave Summer Art Fest is a juried arts and crafts festival.

Only those who are hand-on makers of their products may apply. There are 14 categories of artists including jewelry, woodworking, metalwork, ceramics and fiber artists. (See List Below)

The booth fee is $275, plus a $25 application fee.

In addition to the Artist categories, there are several categories of exhibitors.  Exhibitors include caricaturists, packaged food items, henna artists, most candle makers, body care items and others.  No buy-sell is allowed in any booth of Artists or Exhibitors. 

Upload information and images online! *hard copy of application is still required to be mailed in with payment

Download Artist Application

Set-up and Festival Hours

The show takes place on Saturday 10AM-6PM and Sunday 10AM-5PM. Friday evening set-up is available. It is outdoors along 1 ¼ mile of Park Avenue on the curb going back over the sidewalk. You may drive up to booth location for set-up and tear-down. Parking is limited on the streets and there are lots to rent a parking space in a few areas.

There are preferential hotel rates, Sunday morning continental breakfast and Block Captains for assistance and booth sitting.

Categories

Ceramics: Original clay work handmade & individually signed by the artist. No work from commercial kits, molds or patterns allowed.
Drawing/Graphics: Pencil, charcoal, chalk, pastels, seriographs.
Fiber-Accessories: Bags, purses, hats, belts, scarves, including those made from leather.
Fiber-Other: Wall hangings, quilts, rugs, mats, etc.
Fiber-Wearable: Fiber work intended to be worn.
Glass: No molds or other forms of mass production
Jewelry: Jewelers must be the designers & hands-on makers of their work.
Metalwork: Functional or sculptural.
Mixed Media: Work where the primary intention is the union of two or more media, such as collage or dried floral
Painting: Oils, acrylics, tempera, watercolor, etc.
Painting: Decorative - Applied to glass, wood, slate, etc objects as decoration.
Photography: Prints made from artists’ original negatives, processed by the artist.
Sculpture: 3-dimensional original work done in any medium
Wood: Original hand-tooled, machine-worked or carved work.

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