July Newsletter

Art Fair Update

Our last two shows took us to Chicago, Illinois and and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. This was our second time exhibiting at Old Town in Chicago and our third time at Lakefront Festival of Arts in Milwaukee.  

For Old Town Art Festival, Tom and I get up at 4:30 a.m. Saturday and dolly our booth to the spot assigned to us. It is about 4 to 5 blocks from our trailer to the booth spot; a good workout to start off the day! The Old Town Art Festival celebrated its 67th year on the charming, tree-lined streets. There were 250 nationally acclaimed artists and an estimated 30,000 art lovers.  After Old Town Art Festival, we did Lakefront Festival of the Arts in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  This art festival is local for us and is rated in the top 20 in the nation.  For over 50 years, the Lakefront Festival of Art has been brought art to Milwaukee's lakefront. This art festival also estimates 30,000 attendees and over 170 jury-selected artists.  Thank you Chicago and Milwaukee for supporting Thomas William Furniture!  

Our next two shows we head east, Central Pennsylvania Art Festival, State College, Pennsylvania and The Original, Ann Arbor, Michigan.   For more information on each, click here Central PA Art Festival  and click here for The Original.

Upcoming Events

The 2016 art fair schedule is current.  We are headed east to Central Pennsylvania Art Festival, State College, Pennsylvania and then to The Original, Ann Arbor, Michigan.  

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