The St. Petersburg Fine Art Festival Unveiling Masterpieces in the Sunshine City Here on the Suncoast
In the heart of St. Petersburg, here on the Suncoast, where the sea breeze dances with the scent of creativity, the St. Petersburg Fine Art Festival emerges as a vibrant kaleidoscope of artistic expression. This amazing event transcends the ordinary, weaving together a tapestry of talent that transforms St. Petersburg into a living gallery. As the sun bathes the waterfront in golden hues, each stroke of the artist’s brush and every intricately sculpted masterpiece contributes to the city’s rich cultural legacy. Join us on a journey through the enchanting world of the St. Petersburg Fine Art Festival, where creativity knows no bounds and the canvas comes alive with the spirit of imagination.
The 10th Annual St. Petersburg Fine Art 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!
Fine Art Festival Event Details
Saturday, February 10, 2024, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, February 11, 2024, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
South Straub Park
198 Bayshore Dr NE, St. Petersburg, FL 33701
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 the St. Petersburg Fine Art Festival and additional festivals arriving on the Suncoast in the coming months.
Photo courtesy of Paragon Festivals