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Artists scheduled to attend for 2015!

Ceramics
Whistle Post Pottery
Kathleen Long
Michael Hirsh
Monique Hilfer
Fiber
Antonio Mendoza
Jolanta Vizbaras
Food
Koo A Roo Kettle Korn
Maricopa Ice Cream Smokin' 5 BBQ
Glass
Cristi Aloysi
Shades of Gold
Gary Allison
Karen Robbins
Kathy Chetelat
Mariusz Rynkiewicz
Peter Eller
Steven Robowski
Jewelry
Anne Vogt
Catherine Reade
Hang in There
Lisbet Sjoberg
Mitzi Howard
Sarwat Suleiman
Sena Chik Wa
Shari Milner
Tana Acton
Vie Blakey
Leather
Judith Smith
Marcia Martineau-Low
Metal
Christine Hausserman
Dean Hess
James Mullen
Kenny Hoff
Rodrigo Duran
Mixed Media
Carolyn Johnson
Christine Madrid
David Lyons
Debra Barsy
Desarae Lee
Hitomi Johnson
Janet Klein
Jeanne & Dana Rosen
Joe Frizzelle
Lissa Malone
Ming-Chu Oye
Nairobi Tony/Kathy Steward
Pat Myer
Patrica Stanton
Richard Curtner
Richard Freund
Sean Casey
Teresa Downer
Thomas Mayberry
Tricia Skoglund
Varuzhan Hovakimyan
Painting
Adam Stone
Amado Pena Jr
Andy Anh Ha
Brenda Helt
Charles Thomas
Edna Harris
Gary Poon
Hans Kegler
Harut Hakobyan
Janet Bothne
Jeff Skelly
Jennifer Rae Ochs
Jodi Steen
Josh Shultz
Larry Squires
Lisa Middleton
Lisa Patencio
Mia Luzajic
Neil Russell
Nicolas Kolesnikow
Nicholas Vicknair
Owen Klaas
Pat Cranor
Robert Mackenzie
Robert Marble
Sadegh Aref
Silvio Silvestri
Tracey Moscaritolo
Xing-Jie Chen
Photography
Ellie Tyler
Georganna Dean
Glenn Crosby
Guillermo Zuniga
Hassan Atapour
Ian Ely
Robert Kawika Sheer
Siep Beuenker
Pottery
Jane Waxenfelter
KC Klug
Malgosia Nowakowski
Maureen Squires
Sculpture
Anthony Gauslin
Cindi Terry
Kent Kraus
Larry Trocosso
Nobe Babayan
Roberto Gutierrez
Sig deTonancour
Soap
Michael & Kristina Lipchitz
Wood
Peter Dziuak
Art of Inlay

Art in the Park
February 6, 2016

Art in the Park will be held at Frances Stevens Park on February 6, 2016 in Downtown Palm Springs.

The Art in the Park, a one day show, will feature numerous artists presenting their original work in all Desert Arts Festival imagemediums of two and three dimensional fine art, including paintings in acrylic, oils and watercolors, photography, etchings, sculpture in clay, glass, metal, stone and wood. Each artist will be present to meet with the public and discuss their work. All work is available for purchase.

In addition to fine art, fine crafts will also be presented. Festival attendees will find blown glass, turned wood, semi-precious jewelry, pottery, stained glass, and an array of high-quality crafts.

Frances Stevens Park is located at 538 N. Palm Canyon Drive in Palm Springs, at the corner of Palm Canyon and Alejo.  The hours of the event are from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Admission and parking are free. The event is handicap accessible. While you are there, be sure to check out all of the merchants along Palm Canyon Dr. The Downtown Merchants have a lot of great shops, and the Uptown Design District is full of restaurants, galleries and boutiques!

The Art in the Park is presented by West Coast Artists and benefits a local non-profit Organization. For additional information visit our website at www.westcoastartists.com or call 818-813-4478.

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