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St. Armands Fine Art Festival
St. Armands Fine Art Festival

Sun, May 26



St. Armands Fine Art Festival

Join Milan Art Gallery at the St. Armands Fine Art Festival! The event kicks off Memorial Day weekend, May 25-26, 2024 on St Armands Circle in Sarasota. Hours are Saturday from 10am-5pm and Sunday from 10am-5pm. Admission to this remarkable fine art event is free.

Time & Location

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May 26, 2024, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM EDT

Sarasota, 434 St Armands Cir, Sarasota, FL 34236, USA

About the event

The visions and creative talents of artisans from throughout Florida and across America in fine arts and fine crafts will transform St. Armands Circle into an extraordinary outdoor gallery of original art from artwork in such mediums such as sculpture, jewelry, painting, photography, glass, ceramics, mixed-media, metalwork, fiber art, woodworking and more. Represented will be artisans with works found in the top private and public art collections in the nation. All will be present to discuss how they were trained, how they are inspired, and answer questions about how your specific purchases were made. If you do not find exactly what you wish, consider commissioning a unique piece of art made specifically for you!

Bring your sense of discovery and appreciation of the beautiful. Find that piece of art for home or office to enrich your life and inspire you each day.

Driving Directions

GPS Address: St. Armands Circle Park, 434 St. Armands Circle, Sarasota, FL

Driving Directions to St. Armands Circle Park

1) from Hwy. 41 (aka: Tamiami Trail or Bayfront Dr.): Proceed south on N. Tamiami Trail, or north on Bayfront Drive to Gulf Stream. Turn West on Gulf Stream and proceed over the John Ringling Causeway to St. Armands Circle and the event site.

2) from Hwy. 789 (e.g., Anna Maria Island, Holmes Beach, Longboat Key): Proceed south on Hwy. 789 to St. Armands Circle and the event site.

3) from I-75: Proceed to exit 210 (Fruitville Road). Turn W on Fruitville Road and proceed to N. Tamiami Trail. Turn south and proceed to Hwy. 789. Turn West and proceed over the John Ringling Causeway to St. Armands Circle and the event site.

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