Michigan Guild of Artists & Artisans creates event in Perrysburg
Ohio and Michigan. Buckeyes and Wolverines. It’s an unlikely combination, especially come fall and football season. But where great art is concerned, that couldn’t be farther from the truth—and the upcoming Town Center at Levis Commons Presents Fine Art at the Center will prove it!
A new addition to the Northwest Ohio summer schedule of community festivals and arts events, Fine Art at the Center will be held Saturday, August 27 from 10:00AM to 8:00PM and Sunday, August 28 from 11:00AM to 5:00PM at The Town Center at Levis Commons in Perrysburg, Ohio.
Produced and juried by the Michigan Guild of Artists & Artisans (the same group behind the Ann Arbor Summer Art Fair), The Town Center at Levis Commons Presents Fine Art at the Center will feature more than 125 juried artists and artisans* from thirteen states across the country whose specialties include jewelry, ceramics, painting, glass, photography, fiber and more. Plus, the Imagination Station will feature special arts and crafts activities for the children. Parking and admission will be free.
“Anticipated to become one of the Town Center at Levis Commons’ signature events, Fine Art at the Center was created to share our passion for marking life in Northwest Ohio bigger, brighter and better than ever,” said Casey Irons, The Town Center at Levis Commons marketing director. “The Michigan Guild has a reputation of bringing together the ultimate in talent for their events. We see this as the beginning of a great relationship!”
“So many people think you have to be as rich as Bill Gates to collect art and feature it in your home,” said Max Clayton, Michigan Guild executive director. “That couldn’t be further from the truth. The art fair tradition is making fine art accessible to everyone. And, the variety is amazing – visitors will see ceramics, jewelry, glass, wood, photography, painting and more. Plus, the Town Center at Levis Commons is the perfect setting for an art fair; it’s a work of art itself!”
Questions? Call Debra “Max” Clayton, Executive Director of the Michigan Guild at 734-662-3382.