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St. Armands Fall Festival of the Arts

St. Armands Fall Festival of the Arts – Amazing Gifts and Decor Pieces to Elevate any Space!

| Suncoast Post Staff |

The St. Armands Fall Festival of the Arts is coming to the stunning setting of St. Armands Circle Park on October 21-22, 2023. If you are seeking some one-of-a-kind fine art in various mediums to add ambiance to your office or home space, this event is for you. Additionally, the small artworks of jewelry and other items make one-of-a-kind holiday gifts. You will feel as if you stepped into the most magnificent outdoor gallery of original, handmade works by artisans this coming weekend.

Digital Artwork
Photo Courtesy Dacota Maphis/Artist at this Festival

With artists from across Florida and throughout the United States, there is much to see, so plan to take the day to stroll this wonderful show. Artwork from a tapestry of stunning pieces in painting, sculpture, jewelry, photography, glass, ceramics, fiber and wearable art, mixed media, woodworking, and much more will be on display. Each body of work is unique and original. Should you not find what you want, speak with the artisans and consider commissioning a unique, one-of-a-kind piece of art made specifically for you!

Event Details

Dates
Saturday, October 21, 2023 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, October 22, 2023 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Location
434 St Armands Cir Sarasota FL 34236

Admission
FREE

Parking
St. Armands Parking Garage – 57 North Adams Drive

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.

Paragon Festivals

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 other fabulous festivals arriving on the Suncoast in the coming months.

Photo courtesy of Paragon Festivals

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