Woodland Art Fair 2016 Y’all!

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Woodland Art Fair Info, Driving Directions, Parking Info and Shuttle Service Info

It’s almost time and I’ve been working my fingers to the nubs getting ready for the 41st Woodland Art Fair in Lexington, Ky. 41st! Anything that’s stuck around for 41 years has to be good, right? Well Woodland Art Fair is definitely good. Located within the grounds of the Woodland Park in Lexington, Woodland Art Fair includes around 200 participants from Kentucky and beyond. You can bet that some of the best working artists from the central Kentucky region are represented at this fair. In addition, the music, the setting, the food choices….it all makes for a great show! I’m always excited to get the notification that I’ve been accepted. This is easily one of my favorite art shows in Kentucky.

If you’ve visited me in past years, I’ll be in my usual spot, booth 219 near the Gazebo which serves as a bandstand during this event. (So follow the music!) I’m also by the pool area, so if you see that, you’ll know that I’m nearby! I like to give my location and possibly stay in my location, if I can, because Woodland Art Fair is huge! As always, look for my very colorful pennant banner on the front of my tent. It’s a nice way to separate myself in a sea of white tents filled with wonderful works of art.

Hope to see you there!

Shuttle Service Info if you’ll be attending Woodland Art Fair

Because parking later in the day can be an issue, three shuttles (including one wheelchair- accessible) will be circulating every 10 minutes. Park in the LEXTRAN Transit Center parking garage (enter from E. High Street near the Lexington Ave. and MLK Blvd. intersections), the Phoenix Parking Lot and the Lexington Herald Leader front parking lot to catch a shuttle.


Media Sightings.

A familiar face was spotted on Kentucky.com. Watch the video to see some of the sights and sounds from the 2015 Woodland Art Fair.


The original video and article can be found here.

It’s Time. Let’s head to the Woodland!

This weekend is the well-loved and recognized Woodland Art Fair in Lexington, Ky. I am happy to be amongst the 200 artists accepted to this show this year. I’ll have lots of new critters and smiling faces ready to greet you, including mine! If you’ve never seen my work in person, this is a great opportunity to see my pieces up close in a beautiful and charming setting with live music to accompany you while you shop.

I’m space 219. You can find me in the Woodland Art Fair map. Click the image below to enlarge it full size. I’ve marked my spot with a blue heart. Look for the bandstand and pool to find me! I’m near Kentucky Avenue.


2015 Woodland Art Fair


(Click the pic above to be taken to the Woodland Art Fair web page.)


In exactly one week, I will be setting up my space for the Woodland Art Fair in Lexington, Ky. This is my 2nd year participating in this event. I had such a warm reception last year and am really looking forward to the weekend! In preparation, I’ve been working on new pieces and will have a good selection of wonderful little people and critters available. Today I’m working especially hard on some sweet sculptures to share during the Woodland Art Fair.

AND…I’m really looking forward to the food. Is that wrong of me? If it is, I guess I don’t want to be right! Crank and Boom ice cream, my current obsession, will be available during the fair as well as Goodfella’s Pizza, which is a little slice of heaven! So if you stop by my booth, don’t be surprised if I’m in the middle of my blackberry buttermilk ice cream! Oh, it’s to die for–like the last bite of blackberry cobbler, when the ice cream is melted.

These are some sneak peeks of the pieces I’m working on today (and will be working on this weekend!).

If you visit, I’ll be in booth 219–the same location as last year. I’m near the bandstand. On the map below I’m in the upper left hand corner. Just click on the map to make it bigger or to be take to the Woodland Art Fair map page.


Work in Progress! It takes a lot of little steps until they are complete!