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Fall Art Fair To Debut At Coconut Point

November 10, 2009

fall-artAmerican Craft Endeavors, Florida’s Largest Producer of First Class Craft Fairs, Presents the Coconut Point Fall Art Fair (Bonita Springs/Estero) Showcasing Local and Nationally Recognized Artists and Crafters

Estero, Florida (August 14, 2009) – Howard Alan Events, producer of the country’s most popular high end festivals, returns to Coconut Point with a new show this fall on the heels of a very successful winter show in February.  The Coconut Point Fall Art Fair (Bonita Springs/Estero) will debut on November 14 and 15, 2009, transforming this charming area into an outdoor art gallery with $15 million in original artwork for sale.  Admission is free and open to the public.
fall-art-1Coconut Point, located near Estero and Bonita Springs (between Naples and Fort Myers) is a popular destination. In addition to the eclectic mix of fine art, this fall festival will also feature live music for a fun and family friendly outdoor event.

The Coconut Point Fall Art Fair brings together 150 of the nation’s most talented artists who will collectively display over $15 million in artwork. The artists were juried by an independent panel of expert judges, and hand-selected from hundreds of applicants based on quality and diversity. All of their artwork is original and handmade in America.

Howard Alan Events stipulates that all artists are required to be on-site for the entire duration of the show. Artists and their professional white-tented display booths will be located along the tree-lined streets. Art enthusiasts can meet and talk with artists about their art and inspirations. The artistic media represented include paintings, sculptures, photos, glass, wood, jewelry, collage, and ceramics.

The Coconut Point Fall Art Fair (Bonita Springs/Estero) makes the arts accessible to a broad audience. Prices range from $25 hand-designed earrings to $20,000 metal sculptures. The event appeals to family and friends as well as serious art buyers looking to add to their collections. . Howard Alan comments, “In spite of today’s economy people are still investing in art because art heals, art soothes; this is art that is handmade in America.”

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