August 31 – September 1, 2014
Market Square, Lake Forest, Illinois
Come out this weekend to Market Square and indulge in the 60th annual Art Fair on the Square, honorably presented, once again, by The Deer Path Art League. This oh-so-popular art extravaganza brings awareness and appreciation of the visual arts to the community.
The Art Fair on the Square happening is held amidst the stately trees and classic architecture that defines Market Square in downtown Lake Forest. Artisans will set up shop and showcase varied mediums including ceramics, digital art, drawings, fiber, glass, jewelry, metal works, mixed media, sculpture, wood and much more. Last year an astounding 500 international artisans applied to partake in this event, and this year’s selected exhibitors will reflect only the best of the best. Specialty booths will also be scattered amongst artists’ displays, including an interactive children’s art tent. Additionally, a “Young Artists” gallery will complement the “Emerging Artists” area. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to interact with the artists themselves, a unique benefit that’s not always available at juried fine art shows.
Admission to this two-day spectacular is FREE. This highly-rated and well-attended Art Fair on the Square event prides itself on being one of the longest standing art festivals in the area. Whether you are a fine art connoisseur, or you merely take pleasure in shopping varied artisans, you’ll not want to miss the opportunity to attend the Deer Path Art League’s signature, annual event!
Where: Market Square, Lake Forest, Illinois
- Sunday August 31st from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
- Monday September 1st from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
For more information regarding the Art Fair on the Square event, please click here.
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