ART IS AN Outdoor Market
Mar 25, 2017
Join in the fun and festivities as the ART IS AN Outdoor Market makes its debut amidst the park-like and lakefront grounds of recently debuted Republic Square in the Energy Corridor on Saturday, March 25th, 2017, from 11 am until 6 pm. The indoor/outdoor event will serve as showcase for dozens of artists and artisans, in addition to a curated assortment of specialty vendors, from Houston and beyond. Open to the public and free of charge for guests, the inaugural market will also feature an array of food purveyors, as well as DJs and a kid's zone.
A sampling of participants and offerings include Pearland-based Nando’s Honey Bee Farm and Buffalo, TX based jelly, jam and salsa maker Rockin JR Ranch; seasonal florals from Passion Flowers by Holly; handmade, rock and roll and fantasy inspired jewelry, accessories and handbags from YasminSidRebel; A Patton Fine Art, specializing in acrylics. alcohol inks and watercolor; Grey World Expressions, featuring original fine arts and giclee prints; Sweet Olive Studios, showcasing handmade, silver, gold and antiqued brass Edwardian and Native American inspired jewelry; CultGrrrl Creations, crafter of whimsical and unique crocheted pieces; LaCandle, a line of handmade, soy scented wax candles, bath soaps and spa salts; The Paper Carousel, featuring handmade pillow dolls and keepsake decorative items; Brian & Deze Emporium for acrylic painting; Yara Charms Jewelry, highlighting bold and beautiful handmade beaded designs made from semi-precious stones; Black Tea Café, artist Mei Chang Stansbury’s abstract collection of oil, acrylic and mixed media paintings along with postcards and pillows; creative art glass designs by Sunshine Sunbeams; Sew Houston/Sew Design Studio, offering classes and private lessons along with specialty items; Dye2Spin, a resource for one-of-a-kind, hand-dyed fiber and yarn products; and Gems in the Rough, handmade jewelry created from rocks and minerals mined in Brazil.
Houston, TX 77079
Cost: Free admission and parking
Reocurrence: Inaugural event anticipated to take place quarterly moving forward
Time: 11 am until 6 pm