Load in Wednesday, June 12, 2019
The Boardwalk Art Show (June 13-16, 2019) is one of the oldest and best outdoor fine art shows on the East Coast, and this year will mark our 64th year! The show is consistently ranked in Sunshine Artist Magazine as a top 50 best fine art show. With an average attendance each year of more than 225,000, this four-day festival attracts collectors and artists from across the nation. The show runs along the Virginia Beach boardwalk overlooking the sandy beach and Atlantic Ocean.
Stockley Gardens Park, Norfolk, VA
Hope House Foundation, an agency which provides support services to people with disabilities, is celebrating its 34th year of hosting the Stockley Gardens Arts Festival. The juried festival, located in beautiful Stockley Gardens Park in the heart of historic Ghent, draws thousands of people over the course of the weekend and in addition to fine art, features a wide variety of foods, music, and children’s activities. Our festival has been called Hampton Roads’ best arts festival and was named one of the top two outdoor art events in Eastern Virginia by Virginia Living Magazine six years in a row. We are proud to provide artists an opportunity to display and sell their work in a beautiful environment.
Over 75 world-class artists will travel to the Manteo waterfront August 15-16 for the 37th Annual New World Festival of the Arts.
The free, outdoor show will feature art from exhibitors including watercolors, oil & acrylic, drawings, photography, jewelry, sculpture, and pottery.
ew World Festival of the Arts has been a Manteo tradition for decades, providing awareness of current trends in the visual arts while acquainting visitors with the historic Town of Manteo. The New World Festival of the Arts brings an average of 5,000-6,000 attendees to the area each year.
300 Queen Elizabeth Ave. Manteo, NC 27954
Solo Exhibition at the Meyera E. Oberndorf Library in Va. Bch.
Meet the artist reception: August 8, 2018
The public is invited to stop by the gallery to meet and talk with the artist. Each reception is free and will be held on either the first or second Wednesday of the month, 6:30-8:00 p.m.