Maryland Heights Convention Bureau Welcomes Visitors to the Highly Anticipated Queeny Park Fall Art Fair

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On August 31, the highly anticipated Fall Art Fair returns to Queeny Park to celebrate its 38th year. With this being one of the longest-running art fairs in the bi-state region, Queeny Park attracts over 130 juried artists from over 20 states.

Maryland Heights

On August 31, the highly anticipated Fall Art Fair returns to Queeny Park to celebrate its 38th year. With this being one of the longest-running art fairs in the bi-state region, Queeny Park attracts over 130 juried artists from over 20 states. Artists exhibit their talents in fields such as glass, painting, ceramics, digital art, and photography.

Artists will be available to discuss and sometimes demonstrate their process. Randal Spangler, a Kansas City native, creates vivid, whimsical illustrations using colored pencil over a watercolor wash. Says Spangler about his art, “my subject matter...has grown from my childhood memories with my grandparents”. Many artists, such as Knoxville, Tennessee native, Tina Brunetti are self-taught and have made multiple appearances at the Art Fair.

In addition to the chance to view and purchase artwork, visitors will be treated to a wine tasting, a children’s art discovery adventure, and a drawing where attending winners can spend at any exhibiting artist’s booth. For more information on the Queeny Park Art Fair, visit http://www.artfairatqueenypark.com.

Out of town visitors are invited to stay in nearby Maryland Heights to accommodate all overnight needs. In addition to the Queeny Park Art Fair, visitors can enjoy such attractions as Creve Coeur Lake Memorial Park, Harrah’s Casino, Westport Plaza, Dave & Buster’s, Crystal Springs Quarry Golf Course, and over seventy-five restaurants. Those who want to know more about the Creve Coeur Park area are invited to visit http://www.more2do.org

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