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Sarasota Festival of the Arts

A Stunning Outdoor Gallery of Art in a Beautiful Setting at the Sarasota Festival of the Arts

| Suncoast Post Staff |

These weekends of cooler weather leading down to the summer are the best times to get out and enjoy the sights of our wonderful Suncoast. Mixing amazing locations of Sarasota Bay, along with spectacular shopping options, is what you will find at the Sarasota Festival of the Arts this weekend. Tour some of the best artisans’ works for gifts, home, office, or other reasons. You will find fabulous pieces at the festival this weekend.

This outdoor gallery will be on display from Saturday to Sunday, February 25-26, 2023. Admission is free as you immerse yourself in all the beauty of over 70 vendors. Parking is available at the following: The Palm Avenue Garage (1289 Palm Avenue), State Street Garage (1538 State Street), and 2nd Street Garage (1400 Block of 2nd Street).

Over 70 artisans will showcase their art, in the process creating an outdoor gallery of spectacular painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, glass, ceramics, fiber and wearable art, mixed-media, metalwork, graphics, woodworking, and more. Explore a diversity of styles, techniques, and materials guided by each artisan’s unique and compelling visions. Discuss with the artists how they create and become inspired. Explore commissioning a unique piece of art made specifically for you!

Paragon Festivals

Paragon Festivals, the host of the Sarasota Festival of the Arts, is one of Suncoast’s premier event hosts with years of experience. Paragon’s team brings amazing art and music festivals to the general public up and down the Suncoast. In addition to wonderful Fine Art Festivals, they use this extensive experience and partnerships to provide a stage for musicians and artists to share their passion with larger audiences. Check out the Paragon Festivals website HERE for more details on the Sarasota Fall Fine Art Festival and additional festivals arriving on the Suncoast in the coming months.

Photo courtesy of Paragon Festivals

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