The Art Adventures Of Siegel Keith Artistry
The Art Adventures Of Siegel Keith Artistry
Located between 1st Street, Detroit Avenue, and 3rd Street in down town Tulsa, Oklahoma. This historical Art Festival
takes place the same weekend as The Tulsa International Art Festival. Festival hours are Friday 11am-10pm,
Saturday 11am-10pm, and Sunday 11am to 5pm. Come for the music, come for the food, and come for the art… eager to see what’s new and different, but find themselves impressed time after time with the quality of the work and talent surrounding them. Local art will include paintings, jewelry, clothing, pottery, photography, home decor, woodcraft and so much more which are all proudly produced by hand and are original works of art. With a record-setting number of entries this year, we were forced to turn away many applicants, but this only ensures that the local art will be the best it’s ever been! With local art this impressive, you can feel great pride in finding unique pieces that you love, all while helping to support people in our own community… our neighbors, our friends, our crafters, our people.
The King William Fair in San Antonio, Texas on April 28th 2018
The King William Fair is a one-day event to be held on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM. The first Fair was held in 1968 and today approximately 35,000 visitors attend on the final Saturday of the 11 days of “Fiesta”-- San Antonio's biggest and most well known festival. This event consists of approximately 190 Art and Craft exhibitors, live music and dance performances on five stages, food and beverage booths, a Kids Kingdom play area and a quirky parade. Set on the streets of the historic King William District of San Antonio, Texas, among the beauty of its stately homes and gracious gardens, the King William Fair has long garnished the reputation of San Antonio's Best Family Friendly Fiesta Event with the Quirkiest Parade.
The King William Fair, a major Fiesta Event since 1968, draws approximately 35,000 attendees.
The approximately 190 Art & Craft vendors are but one of the five equally important components of this event. The Fair includes Art & Craft exhibitors, Food Vendors, Beverage Stations, a 1.5 mile long Parade, five stages of entertainment and the Kids Kingdom which combine to create a truly unique family event.
Proceeds from the King William Fair support fine art instructional programs in neighborhood schools, fund college scholarships for inner city students, and create revitalization and preservation efforts in the King William Historic District.
For more information go online to: www.kwfair.org
Tickets for general admission are $15.00 per person per adults and children 13yrs and older, children ages 12 and under are free. Hope to see you there! This year we will have our photography there for sale also!
March 9, 10, 11, 2018 30th Annual Spring Show
In Albuquerque, New Mexico at the
Expo NM – 300 San Pedro Dr. NE, Albuquerque NM 87108
The Festival will be held indoors in the Lujan Exhibit
Complex at Expo NM Fairgrounds in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Turn in at Gate 3 or 4 to enter the Expo New Mexico Fairgrounds.
ONE-DAY PASS $8
(Kids under 12 are FREE)
FESTIVAL PASS $11
(Admission for all 3 days)
A parking lot shuttle will be running for your convenience.
This is complimentary, please look for signs or ask parking
Every Spring, 185 fine artists and craftsmen travel from all over
the country to the historic tree-lined streets of Expo New Mexico
for the Rio Grande Spring Show. Marking the state’s first major art
event of the year, this juried indoor festival focuses on fine arts
and crafts – while offering something fun for the whole family!
Here, festival goers can shop a colorful variety of works in all mediums;
from leather and pottery to jewelry and woodwork, while also enjoying
artist demonstrations, foods sampling, and live entertainment!
For more info go to the Rio Grande Festivals website online.
In Wichita, Kansas March 2nd, 3rd, and 4th
Presented by Entercom Radio
Friday, March 2, 11am-8pm
Saturday, March 3, 9am-7pm
Sunday, March 4,11am-5pm
Tickets Required: for Adults $10, for children ages 5-12 is $5, and for seniors $8
Located at Century II Expo Hall and Convention Center at:
225 W. Douglas in Wichita, KS 67202
Come see large live gardens, vendor booths, and workshop classes!
You are invited to attend this free event to the public and Art community! an annual Wichita traditional Art secret!
This Saturday and Sunday only! Located at The Civitan Community House in Riverside Wichita, Kansas on the corner of Porter and Franklin Streets! Ten regional and local artists exhibiting their art for show and sale! All handmade one of a kind art and gifts ranging from $10.00 to $300.00 with the average price range within $20.00 to $85.00 plus tax. With special guest artists : acrylic painter Jamin Still, mixed media and watercolor by Mika Holtzinger , acrylic paint demo and performing art by Leo, crochet works by Sarah Christensen, quilting by Sharla Taylor, Ceramics functional and decorative by Alaine Kuestersteffen, floral décor by Steven Walker and Gary, ceramic decor sculpture by Frank Keith, and fine photographic prints by Nickie Siegel Keith. So do not miss out!
THE RIO GRANDE HOLIDAY FESTIVAL IS THE PREMIER FINE ART AND FINE CRAFT SHOW OF ITS KIND IN NEW MEXICO, TAKING PLACE OVER THE BUSIEST SHOPPING WEEKEND OF THE YEAR!
Location: Lujan Exhibit Complex - Expo NM Fairgrounds in Albuquerque, New Mexico
November 24th, 25th, and 26th, 2017
FRIDAY 10 - 5, SATURDAY 10 - 5, SUNDAY 10 - 4
Ticket Admission is required. We hope to see you there!
For more info check out : www.riograndefestivals.com
We will not be at this year's The Taste Of Colorado! We had to cancel a week out because we have sold out of artwork too
soon before this year's show to have a booth! We apologize for the inconvenience! Hope to see you all next year!
Enjoy the show! Thank you for your patronage!
We invite you to attend! A Taste of Colora
FRIDAY, SEP. 1st through
MON, SEP. 4th, 2017
LOCATED IN HISTORICAL
CIVIC CENTER PARK
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE!
FRIDAY: 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
SAT & SUN: 10:30 AM – 10:00 PM
MONDAY: 10:30 AM – 8:00 PM
Please note that many of years we
usually sell out of artwork by
Sunday Night and have to leave
So get there early for us
and do not miss out all you
A Taste of Colorado draws more than
500,000 visitors annually.
Five entertainment stages include national,
local, and ethnic music in a variety of genres,
children’s performers, and much more.
Festival goers also can try a variety of culinary
delights from more than 50 of Colorado’s
favorite food establishments, including a culinary
showcase. Plus, visitors can enjoy the offerings of
more than 275 marketplace artisans and vendors,
as well as educational programs promoting the
diverse cultural and Western heritage of the region --
all for no admission fee.
Originally named Festival of Mountain and Plain
and established in 1895 as a carnival similar to
New Orleans’ Mardi Gras, the Festival was created
to boost the city’s morale and vitality following
the silver panic.
So come have some fun all ya'll!
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Siegel Keith Artistry
Contact Us by phone or text at:
We are seasonal full time visual artists selling our artwork at art galleries,
at juried art fairs, and art festivals every year located throughout Kansas, Oklahoma,
Texas, New Mexico, Colorado, Iowa, Missouri, and Arkansas.
We also do trade exhibition shows allowing vendors with hand made items.
We are based out of Wichita, KS and we produce and sell our artwork from our
private home art studio, not available to the public.
Check us out on: FaceBook/siegelkeithartistry.