Hoping I see everyone's smiling face!
Last year I was invited to join the team at the Carmel Fine Art and Music Festival! It's been a year of planning for this exciting event! The event will take place from Friday September 15th to the Sunday the 17th at Firemen's park in Niagara Falls. Hope that everyone can take an hour out of their busy schedule to have some fun with us! Entrance fee for Saturday and Sunday is 5 dollars! Just 5 dollars! And children under 12 are Free!
I will be building a driftwood sculpture in the Kid's Zone, on the Saturday and Sunday. Children of all ages can paint a piece of driftwood with any design and sign their name!!! This unique piece will be added into the sculpture right in front of your eyes! Your name may live on to be famous or firewood! Lol
This finished sculpture will then be transported to the Niagara Falls Museum and auctioned off at a "Night Of Art" the following Thursday. All the proceeds from this auctioned off sculpture will be redonated back to the Niagara Arts Showcase!
So many exciting artists will perform and have their work on display. Come visit or even donate your time to a very meaningful event. Help keep the culture alive in the area!
The three day Carmel Fine Art and Music Festival kicks off with an Artist’s Soiree on Friday September 15th, 2017 at 7pm to 11pm. It provides the public the first viewing of the festival’s talent. You uthor and award-winning broadcaster who was a popular VJ on MuchMusic and special assignment reporter for The NewMusic. He will be MC’ing and promoting his new book throughout the festival.
The festival rolls out Saturday September 16th, 2017 at 9am to 6pm and Sunday September 17th, 2017 at 9am to 4pm, with indoor and outdoor exhibitions of fine art in a variety of mediums and sain or shine.
"Art is a personal thing. When you invest in a piece of art, you buy a piece of that artist. The artist knows every curve, every stroke, every tiny detail in the creation of each piece. Each creation puts a personal intimate part of that artist on display for the whole world to see"