The forecast is for another soggy weekend here in the capitol but there is sooooooooo muchto do this weekend that is outside, it better go away!! Easton, Goodale Park and Comfest…keep your fingers crossed that it only rains at night!
16th Annual Easton Art Affair
Join Teresa Morbitzer (one of my fav jewelry artists!) of Vintage Vamp and so many other talented people at Easton this weekend! Part gallery. Part street fair. One hundred percent fun. Over one hundred artisans line the streets for the Easton Art Affair, a juried fine art show offering everything from paintings and photography to sculpture and hand-made jewelry. View the list of participating artists here: http://goo.gl/I6Ttez
Friday, June 26:
4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Saturday, June 27:
11:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday, June 28:
11:00 AM – 5:00 PM
400 Farmer’s Market
Saturday June 27
Fill up your Comfest picnic basket with local fruits, veggies, and sweets from our Farmers and Bakers this Saturday at the 400 Market!
Aromuku Food Truck will be here, there will be fun crafts at the kids art table, jams from DJ George Brazil, and Strongwater Food and Spirits will also be serving drinks and lunch. Stroll around the building, chill at the tables at the loading dock “porch”, and have a great Saturday! Check out all the great vendors this week.
Head down to Goodale Park this weekend for the annual craziness that we call Comfest. Art, crafts, music, food, kids’ activities, parties and just about anything else you can think of! 43 years of fun and creativity that celebrates Columbus and it’s uniqueness. Kelli Martin of anti.label fashions is one of many local artists who will be selling their wares
Friday June 26 11:30 AM to 11 PM; Saturday June 27 11 AM to 9 PM; Sunday June 28 9:30 AM to 8 PM
Some shows are closing this weekend so if you want a place to enjoy art but stay dry, here’s the ticket!
ROY G BIV Gallery
Artist Talk:Michael Gargiulo and Ash Moniz
Join Michael Gargiulo and Ash Moniz as they talk about their work. Be sure to bring plenty of questions for a post-talk discussion with the artists. This will also be your last chance to see their exhibition.
Short North Tavern
Strange Characters: Donna McCarty Estep
Closing at end of month
Collected Works of Rick Borg
934 Gallery is pleased to present ‘The collected works of Rick Borg’. With more than 100 pieces of art on display, this exhibition represents over 30 years of the artists’ prolific output. Though Borg has formal art training his work is widely viewed as folk or outsider art and is deeply steeped in those traditions. Some of the works represented here have been in process for decades yet just recently finished, while others Borg finished long ago but kept hidden away, burried in the ever growing stacks of paintings that fill every square inch of his live-in studio. Most of the work is on view here for the first time, offering visitors a unique and in-depth look at the life and career of a visionary artist.
Rick Borg (b. 1958 in Columbus, Ohio) received his MFA from The Ohio State University. His works have been collected and exhibited extensively nationally and internationally in venues both radical and traditional, from bar rooms and barber shops to mansions and museums. Borg currently lives and works in Columbus, Ohio at Milo Arts, a thriving artist community housed within an historic elementary school building.
This event is free and open to the public.
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