With the wild excitement of our show weekend over, Evergreen Park going back to quiet serenity, a word of thanks has to be said to everyone involved in making Art in the Wilds so magical in 2019. Not only was the weather as great as anyone could ask for, but all the efforts put in made it a true frolic in the park.
First, to all our sponsors, all those that donated, you have our utmost gratitude for keeping this program funded each and every year. Your generosity can never be overstated. Every cent gets poured into making Art in the Wilds better each year.
Second, to the artists! It wouldn't be an art show without art and this year's turnout had some of the best examples of that I've seen so far. Not only was the art great, the booths were beautifully arranged. With a few unforeseen and unfortunate circumstances switching the roster out last minute, those artists ready and raring to go to fill booths can't be thanked enough. For the others that sadly couldn't make it this year, we sincerely wish you all the best. Most importantly, we hope to see everyone make a return visit!
Lastly, but not least(ly), to all the volunteers that donated time, talent and energy, you are the best! All those hands work together to mold a lump of resources into a functioning show. Everyone that cleaned up, that patrolled, that promoted, that loaned some muscle, that shared brain power, that offered food and water; everyone that stepped forward with "Yes, I can do that" wearing a smile on their face, on behalf of Art in the Wilds I say, "Thank you!"
On to 2020
Our 2019 Show was awesome and we are looking forward to the 2020 Art in the Wilds show June 27, 10AM to 5PM and Sunday, June 28, 2020, 10AM to 4PM in beautiful Evergreen Park, Kane, Pennsylvania. Put it on your calendar!
Written and managed by Jackie, a member of the guiding forces behind Art in the Wilds.
Are you a fine artisan who would like to send us your application? Applications for the 2020 show will be due by March 1, 2020! Click here for more info (the Application will be posted at the end of this year): Guidelines