(PRESS RELEASE)_JUNO BEACH, FL (February 22, 2022) Paintings made from the sound waves of the ocean or a loved-one’s voice; towering sculptures of glass, marble and metal; hand-dyed caftans of silk rippling in the ocean breeze – these are some of the eye-catching creations awaiting visitors along A1A in Juno Beach during the 32nd Annual ArtFest by the Sea presented by Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. Featuring more than 300 artists and artisans from more than 30 states, the free outdoor, juried festival takes place March 12 - 13 from 10 am to 5 pm.
Co-produced by the nation’s top outdoor art festival producer Howard Alan Events and the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce, thousands of creative creations will line the oceanfront road. Sculpture, jewelry, woodwork, photography, paintings, wearable art and more will be displayed, gallery-style, for the enjoyment of art lovers, collectors, shoppers and pedestrians alike.
This all-ages, pet-friendly event includes a fully vetted, juried selection of fine art along with a green market featuring live plants, delicious edibles, music, handmade soaps and more. Considered an annual tradition in South Florida, ArtFest by the Sea also offers the opportunity to meet the artists, ask about techniques, commission a specific piece and discover the inspiration behind each magnificent creation.
WHAT: 32nd Annual Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center ArtFest by the Sea
WHEN: Saturday, March 14 and Sunday, March 15 from 10 am to 5 pm
WHERE: Alternate A1A, Juno Beach
Navigational Address: 14200 U.S. Hwy 1, Juno Beach, FL 33408
Free parking and shuttles are available at the FPL Lot at 700 Universe Blvd, Juno Beach (just off of US 1).
COST: Free and open to the public
CONTACT: email@example.com or 561-746-6615
For additional information on ArtFest by the Sea presented by Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center visit www.artfestival.com or call 561-746-6615.
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