ART IS AN Outdoor Market - September 30, 2017 from 11 am until 6 pm rain or shine
Sarah Lowe, creator of The Art Cellar of Houston, and Guerra Studios founder Marco Guerra are set to host the second installment of ART IS AN Outdoor Market at Republic Square in late September. The inaugural spring event drew approximately 1,500 guests.
The community-driven happening is open to the public and free of charge with ample complimentary parking. More than 70 specialty vendors, ranging from painters, sewistas and sculptors to quilters, candle and print makers plus vintage clothing and jewelry dealers, will line the lakefront setting, peppered with food trucks and culinary purveyors in addition to live music stages and kids stations.
In addition to a number of returning favorites, such as A Patton Fine Art, specializing in acrylics. alcohol ink and watercolor; Popcart all-natural, small batch ice pops; The Paper Carousel, featuring handmade pillow dolls and keepsake decorative items; recycled floral-inspired flourishes from EcoFab Arts; and Yara Charms Jewelry, highlighting bold and beautiful handmade beaded designs made from semi-precious stones; some of the fresh features this season are Spring-based, Casian King Food Truck, serving up unique Cajun and Asian fusion items; 52 Pickup Meals, offering healthy meal prep plus catering and delivery services; Caroline Brock Photos & Paper Art; Rob Gladstone Digital Art; elaborately embroidered pieces from Jewelry by Gumi; and Tagua nut necklaces by SoloNutJewelry.
Vendors interested in participating can sign up for updates by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.