All performances at the Huntington Summer Arts Festival are FREE and there is NO registration required to attend.All performances will be presented at the Chapin Rainbow Stage, Heckscher Park, Huntington and streamed viafacebook.com/HuntingtonArts/live/and our website
Performances run through August 8. The schedule will be made available on a weekly basis. Additional information can be found on our websitehuntingtonarts.org.For weather related cancellations go to our Facebook page atwww.facebook.com/HuntingtonArts
Midnight Sun Acrylic, image transfer and oil on canvas, 2021 62 x 56 inches
WELCOME TO THE TOWNHOUSE with Lizzie Gill: Midnight Sun
Roman Fine Art is pleased to present Lizzie Gill:Midnight Sun, the inaugural exhibition at The Townhouse, a new art space in Sag Harbor, NY, brought to you by Damien Roman, of Roman Fine Art + Hayley Schmitz. In her newest solo presentation,Midnight Sun, Lizzie Gill explores the relationship between memory and place and how perceptual reversal creates new, imagined landscapes. Gill's paintings are a geotag, geographic or cultural, actual or mythical sites that the artist has seen and reimagined, or imagined without having seen. Working with the found material of an art historical language, she translates these elements onto canvas, creating portals to new vistas. Challenging preconceived relationships, her large scale mixed media paintings utilize the landscape as a tool for self reflection and escapism, encompassing ideas about visual memory and spatial flux. Midnight Sunopens Saturday, May, July 3rd and will continue through Sunday, August 3rd. Visits to The Townhouse are by appointment only.
We will be hosting a wine reception for the Artist with natural wines purveyor, Nat Out East, Saturday, July 3rd, 4-7pm.
We strongly recommend that you RSVPhere, due to limited capacity.
Lizzie Gill in her Sharon, CT studio.
About the Artist: Lizzie Gill (American, b. 1989, New York, NY) is a mixed media artist whose work explores themes of retro Americana in a contemporary context. Her work is a nostalgic look at the past and innocence with a contemporary twist, prompting one to question their sense of time and culture. Gill has had solo exhibitions in New York, Miami and San Francisco. Her editorial commissions include The New York Times, Elle, Wired & Vogue. She lives and works in Sharon, CT.
For a PDF of available artworks from this exhibition, please clickhere.
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Limited to 250 juried fine artists and juried fine craft persons
Ranked in top 50 for past three years by Sunshine Artist Magazine
Estimated 2019 Attendance: 30,000 (source local newspaper)
Admission is free to the public
Booths have storage behind
Combined Patron & Fine Art Awards totaling $40,000
Festival Chair and staff onsite during festival hours
Security for Friday and Saturday night
Comprehensive Marketing and PR campaign
Snacks and Water deilvered to your booth
Saturday Evening Pizza Party
Jury Fees: $40
Booth Fee: $300 (12'x12') Competitive Fine Art (judged for cash awards)
Booth Fee: $185 (12'x12') Noncompetitive Artists (not eligible for awards)
The 59th Annual Halifax Art Festival is the 2nd oldest continual art festival in Florida. This Festival is presented entirely by the members of the Guild of the Museum of Arts and Sciences, a dedicated group of volunteers who work nonstop, yearlong, to provide artists with an exceptional opportunity to showcase their work.
Artists are our number one priority. We invite you to apply to the Halifax Art Festival and see why Daytona Beach is a great place to vacation as well as an exceptional opportunity to showcase your art work.
Celebrating its 46th year in 2021, The Wells Street Art Festival is one of the most prestigious fine art fairs in the nation, continuously ranked in Sunshine Artist’s Top 100 Fine Art Fairs. This juried event features the work of 200 national exhibitors and is attended by more than 50,000 art enthusiasts.
But it's not just art that draws the upscale crowd to the event & Street; the Festival also features the cuisine of 20-plus neighborhood restaurants, a music stage with continuous entertainment and kids activity area. The Wells Street Art Festival transforms Wells Street, the heart of Chicagos historic Old Town, into an open air fine arts museum.
The Wells Street Art Festival is the Old Town Merchants and Residents Association's most important annual fundraiser with proceeds providing crucial support to various community endeavors.