Ann Arbor Art Fair
July 21, 2010 by staff
Ann Arbor Art Fair, Over the after that only some days, the right of way acknowledged as the Ann Arbor Art Fairs was released once more. Too many artists and patrons to have even more love gather each summer amid the winding roads and sunny skies of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Multiple shows reaching into each other so well some do not know where one begins and another ends. Here you find everything wonderfully imaginative work for “things” impaled on a stick. (There is a name for things like “I will not help here.)
I’ll be there! My boxes TattooDream will debut at the summer fair of art also known as The Fair Michigan Guild. My booth is # 8 on State Street near the steps of Angell Hall on the Quad. With a show so great, we have GPS and comfortable shoes to take it all in!
In doing this show, I mark the making all the big shows that the same time continue to four (usually sweltering) days in the enclave was “artistic”.
In my booth, you will see a sign. It simply says that “you still need ART “……
For so long, the mantra was not to be seen spending money. Guess what? You have my permission to start shopping! Yes, you heard it here! The concept is to be selective and buy things that improve your life, feed your soul and nourish your being.
So what I am saying is — buy art! Buy Art this week. ART BUY NOW!
Find your favorite artist or a new and restore the art purchase. (We know that you have not forgotten how!) This is the realization of your passion.
We have not disappeared, we’re still here.
Here are fighting to hang in an economy screwed up, pay our bills and cut dust and to explore our dreams and prosper again.
We need you!
You are a part of this process.
Without you, the artists can not continue to create.
Join in the process of keeping the art alive again. It’s easy, really. Everything you need to give you something of value to you in exchange for giving me something of the value of the mine.
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