Our annual Art Festival is coming this weekend on Aug 8 & 9. I just wanted to give you a preview of some of what will be here. For those of you who are too far away to come, just check our site for the exact weekend for the next one in 2010.
Last year we had many artist’s booths. This year we have many more. We have at least 22 artist booths that will have 30 artists work in them.
The full list of artists (click here and you’ll see the list plus the website connection for those artists who have websites).
Carol Bement – Miniature painting
Joan Brosnahan – Painting & collage
Mary Burks – Textiles
Peggy Darst Townsdin – Books, jewelry, photographs
Brandon Davis – Photography
Marilyn & Mike Dessert – Quilling, woodwork
Anne & Bob Elkins – Photography, lathe turned bowls
Nikki Farias – Felt hats & purses
Renee Hockett – Photo Purses
Loretta Graff – Textiles
Kelly Kellogg – Photography
Maggie Lancaster – Fiber – silk banners, pillows, scarves, braided rugs, chair pads
Mary Leonard – Painting
Lyla Lillis – Ceramic
Beverly McQuary – Beads/jewelry
Kay Parsons – Painting, polymer switch plates
Norma & Gerry Roberts – Painting, leather journals, cards, stick people, flutes, stationery
Helen Ryder – Watercolor, collage
Tiarani Samsi – Silk Scarves, Pottery
Mariana Shawver – Painted and collaged mirrors and constructions
Brian Shelly – Photography
Mary Alice & Tom Sterling – Art baskets, handmade baskets
Sylvia Strohm – Ceramics, crochet
Carrie Marie Tasman – acrylic, pastel, polymer clay
Robert Troost – Pottery
Sharon Tryon – Painting
Yummy ways to enjoy the day
Whidbey Island Winery will be serving their wines at our wine tent, and Lavender Wind Farm will serve lavender lemonade.
Bay City Bistro will have lavender mussels and baked goodies on Saturday and on Sunday Hot Rock Pizza will serve their new on-site baked pizza that is creating quite a buzz around here. Click here to see Hot Rock Pizza in Action on Youtube!
Little Brown Farm & bayleaf have partnered to serve goat Cheese & french bread with some drizzles to go over them. You’ve gotta taste this!
Whidbey Island Ice Cream will have a great selection of their gourmet ice cream bars, including some with our lavender.
Denali Dogs is starting out their hot dog cart at this festival and will have hotdogs (of course), brautworst, and get ready for Reindeer & Vegetarian sausage.
Crescent Harbor Blueberries will have loads and loads of fat blueberries for you to munch on while you wander around.
Our own Lavender cookies will be there, too.
And the MUSIC!
This year we rebuilt our deck. That means we have a great stage for the musicians, right across from the Whidbey Island Winery tent.
The line up for the Festival includes:
11:00 am – Quinn Fitzpatrick
12:30 pm – Bayview Sounds
2:00 pm – One Eyed Reilly
3:30 pm – Woodrush
11:00 am – Siri Bardarson
12:30 pm – Fairly Soon
2:00 pm – Shifty Sailors
3:30 pm – Ken Merrell et al