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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Art on Palm Announces Spring Show

Art on Palm 3-23-2016

For one day only, artists and makers will exhibit work at Art on Palm, Saturday, June 18, 2016; 9:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. in Altadena’s secluded and storied Wildwood Park, at 1421 E. Palm Street, Altadena.

The juried show and sale features work in ceramics, collage, glass, leather, metals, mixed media, photography, print making, textiles, watercolors, and woodworking. The participating artists will be announced on April 4, 2016. In addition to distinct work, the event is dog and child-friendly and showcases the folk-rock band, BULLFISH.

Art on Palm takes place under towering oaks and along the drives and paths of two homes, one renovated by and the other designed by Henry Greene in a local canyon known as Wildwood Park. Once part of a hunting lodge, Wildwood holds a stone amphitheater, outbuildings, and an old growth forest with one that is at least 650 years young – one of the oldest in the San Gabriel Valley.

Art on Palm artists contribute a portion of their sales to the Creative Arts Group of Sierra Madre, www.creativeartsgroup.com. Founded in 1960, CAG provides quality art experiences and instruction for students of all ages and is known for ImaginArt, a program that delivers instruction to the 1st through 5th graders of Sierra Madre’s public school. “Creative Arts is thrilled to partner with Art on Palm. We truly appreciate the artists and hosts of Art on Palm and all who support art in our community”, states Kristin Naran, Executive Director, Creative Arts Group.

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