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Bradenton Riverwalk Holiday of the Arts – Finish Your Holiday Shopping in Style

| Suncoast Post Staff |

If you are sick of shopping for the same gifts and finding nothing that hits the mark, head out to the Riverwalk in Bradenton this weekend for a sure-fire-inspiring gallery of fine art options. Held on Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., this wonderful outdoor showcase of wonderous talent is unlike any shopping experience you get elsewhere. Bringing talents in many mediums of fine arts together in the gorgeous setting in Manatee County, this is your last chance of 2022 to find that perfect piece for your office, home or gift-giving needs.

The Annual Bradenton Riverwalk Holiday of the Arts Festival showcases original artwork by more than 100 artisans from throughout Florida and across the United States. Together these artisans will create an outdoor gallery of stunning, original, and handmade art from works in painting, photography, sculpture, metalwork, digital art, jewelry, glass, ceramics, woodworking, mixed-media, fiber art, metalwork, and much more. If you do not find exactly what you want, commission a unique, original piece of art made expressly for you!

Take a look at these stunning pieces from some of the artists attending this year’s Riverwalk Holiday of the Arts:

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Artwork by Leon F. Ruiz
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Drawings by Liza Compass
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Artwork by Victoria B. Cooley

Paragon Festivals, the host of this event, 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 this Art Festival and additional events arriving on the Suncoast in the coming months.

Photo courtesy of Paragon Festivals

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