Photos: Here and There at the Shoreline Arts Festival

Monday, June 30, 2014

Photographer Wayne Pridemore went to the Shoreline Arts Festival this weekend with camera in hand. He came back with this sampling of the Festival.

It's an Arts Festival, so there were many rooms of juried art. Photography, kids' art, oils, watercolors, and more exotic media graced the walls. Visitors also took the opportunity to admire the permanent collection of student art on the Shoreline Center walls.

There was "hands-on" art for children and adults, including the infamous fish paintings, and the wonderful brown paper and weed hats which were worn proudly by boys and girls alike.

The courtyard was full of artist booths with pottery, photography, crafts, decorative arts.

Here's an artist who followed his passion. His only subject matter was trains - but trains in an endless variety.

After a one year absence, the sound stage was back at the food court, with a steady line-up of live talent serenading the crowd. The food was very, very good, with a large selection of meals.

There were many dogs at the Festival this year - mostly small dogs being carried by their owners. There were a couple of chubby Corgis, a young Doberman, and a couple of cats. Not sure how they felt about the art but they were all quite calm in the crowds.


Anonymous,  June 30, 2014 at 7:14 AM  

I was disappointed that there was no mosaic artist this year. I come specifically each year to see and buy their work.
Jeanne Shepard

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