Inland artists and crafts makers will display and sell their wares in front of the Riverside Main Library on April 26 at the new Riverside Art Market. The free event is set for 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Children will be able to try their hands at arts and crafts projects during the same hours.
Riverside Art Market is a new project of the Art Alliance of Riverside Art Museum to provide a venue for artists to show and sell their work and to raise money for the Riverside Art Museum. Watercolor and oil paintings, ceramics, graphic art, photography, weavings, jewelry, wood working and other forms of art will be found among the booths.
Among those who will have booths are Judy Davies Design, Marty Tobias, Helen Bell, Jan Lewis, Robert Collignon, Connie’s Creations, Sketches and Oils by C. Acid, Connie Lynn Pico, Lori Beilby, Joan Coffey, Zaza Faure Los Angeles, Mrs. Miller’s Hand Made Originals (Annette Miller), Vis a Vis Jewelry, Ann Richmond and Michael Elderman.
An Art and Architecture Scavenger Hunt activity for $5 a person will be held three times in the day, with prizes awarded to the top five finishers from each start time. Start times are 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m. in front of the Main Library. The walkable hunt will be a fun but challenging trip through downtown Riverside. Children, with adult supervision, are welcome .
A drawing will be held for a two-night stay and spa treatments at the Lavender Inn in Ojai. Tickets are available at the Museum, 3425 Mission Inn Ave., or by contacting Christine Cahraman of the Art Alliance at email@example.com.
The Riverside Art Market is a shining example of what makes Riverside a location of choice. Events like this attract creative, entrepreneurial, dynamic and diverse people as residents, workers, business owners and visitors. Riverside is one of the most inspiring, livable, healthy and adventurous cities to live in or visit. Our community provides an abundance of opportunities to be amazed, inspired and entertained.
Several food vendors will be at the Art Market, including Goodwin’s Organic food truck, Duke’s Wrap Delight, The Sweet Stop and Robert’s Tacos.
Booths for artists are available.
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