Old Beach Art Market is Opening SOON!

Hello, Artists –

This is for YOU!

Old Beach Art Market is a week from Saturday on March 18th. Are you in?

We need your completed 2017 application on hand asap. Remember – if you were in for 2016, you’re in for 2017. There’s no application fee – just complete the application and get it to me. When it’s approved, you can contact Maggie Blynn at City Hall for your Virginia Beach Business License.

How about planning something for May 12 – 14? Celebrating Lynnhaven River Now’s 15th Anniversary, The Art of Saving the River Festival will be in The ViBe Creative District on 18th Street. You should be there, too. Check out the attached info. Lots going on but here’s the gist:

Two events on Mother’s Day weekend:

1 – Juried Art Exhibition with VIP Reception on Friday, May 12th and

2 – Festival Art Show on Saturday, May 13th and Sunday, May 14th

You can participate in one or both. All the scoop’s in the attached.

Any questions about the Festival contact Terri Gorman at 757-962-5398 or Terri@LRNow.org. She has all the answers.

In the meantime, don’t forget me. I’m eager to hear from you.

Artist and Art Lovers

Hello, Artists and Art Lovers –

Old Beach Art Market – February 2017 edition – is on the calendar for tomorrow. Looks like the weather will be absolutely perfect. In the low fifties by 9:00 a.m.  Can’t ask for better than that!

We have a choice lineup for tomorrow. Bob Wright and Beth Wray will be with us as will Ashley Smith, Teresa Hartman (YardArt) and Tommi Long (ContraVan). We’re pleased to have Jackie English joining us for the first time.

The market opens at 9:00 – See you there.

2017 OBAM Begins!

Hello, Artists and Art Lovers –

Looks like 2017 will be starting on a very positive note. Saturday’s weather is predicted to be mild – mid forties to mid-fifties – with a very small chance of rain. That’s ideal in January (considering what it could be doing).

We have a very nice list for Saturday, January 21st: Kym Bach, Jasmine Fountain, Bob Wright and Beth Wray and Market Manager Ashley Smith plus ContraVan and first timer Acara Phipps.

Don’t be alarmed if 19th Street isn’t closed to traffic.  That just means that you’ll find us in Croc’s parking lot with Old Beach Farmer’s Market

Come see what’s happening this weekend at the Very First 2017 Old Beach Art Market!