Archive | General Info RSS feed for this section

Hang Out at Fat Heads with the BAF!

11 Apr
Here’s your last chance to pick up your “Thirsty for Art” beer tasting tickets! It’s a beer tasting and art fundraiser put on by the Berea Arts Fest. We’re celebrating our 28th year as an arts festival, and we want to share it with you. Please join us for a day at Fat Head’s Brewery.
 
All the cool kids will be there Dan the Man, #Christie, That R!ch Guy, Phil-Up my beer, Andy and his driver, and many many more! Don’t miss out on this FUN-draiser
 
2018 BereaArts Fest Fundraiser Ad
Direct Link: ( Copy and Paste)
Advertisements

Who’s Thirsty for Art?

1 Mar

Join the Berea Arts Fest for its “Thirsty for Art” Beer tasting fundraiser on April 22nd.  Click here for tickets!

2018 BAF Applications are Now Available!

2 Feb

The 2018 Berea Arts Fest Applications are now available.  We have teamed up with Zapplication for an online application process.  Click Here to apply!

Direct Link: https://www.zapplication.org/event-info.php?ID=6328

Thank YOU for Another Great Event!

21 Sep

Demonstrating Artist – Dana Depew

7 Sep
Dana Depew

Dana Depew – Artist

The Berea Arts Fest is thrilled to have Cleveland area artist, Dana Depew, as one of its demonstrating artists for the 27th annual Berea Arts Fest.  Dana is a Berea resident and is highly respected in the Cleveland art scene and community. He is well known as gallery owner, curator and installation artist, in addition to his many hats.   Dana frequently uses found objects as art.  He reuses wood, found objects and old signs to breath new life in to creative solutions works of art.  His work can be found all over town including (but not limited to) Melt Bar and Grilled, Big Fun, The Children’s Museum, and many, many more! (Just google him!)

Dana will be demonstrating how he builds bird houses in his “Aviation Factory”.  Guests will be able to watch, interact, and perhaps take one of these bird houses to install somewhere around town. (If you’re lucky!)  The bird houses will be made from the lumber found in old homes (set for demolition) and other resources that would have other wise put his material in a landfill.

Guests should listen for the sound of a miter saw and air-nailer to find Dana’s Aviation Factory (booths 26-27).  Dana will be creating all day long at the 27th Annual Berea Arts Fest, on Sunday Septeber 10, 2017 from 10a-5p.

dana 1

Featured Artists – Valerie Thomas and Dana Shirley

1 Sep
Valerie Thomas and Dana Shirley of Laguna Blue Studios from ChagrinFalls, OH and Naples, FL, have studied with masters in gold smithing both locally at the Cleveland Institute of Art, and internationally at Alchimia Jewellery School in Florence, Italy.
All pieces are one-of-a-kind and Valerie and Dana use both ancient and contemporary fabrication processes to produce a unique style. With a combined 40 years of experience they have developed varying styles and designs which makes their collaborations most interesting.
The couple has won many awards over the years with Dana winning the most recent international and prestigious award in England for his Chasing and Repoussé techniques.
Valerie is a highly skilled gem carver in both organic and fantasy cut gems.
Dana has demonstrated his art of chasing and repoussé at fine art shows for years.
Their distinguished jewelry starts with Argentium® sterling silver, the best sterling on the market today with more pure silver (.935) and it is tarnish resistant and twice as strong as the older sterling.  18k and pure gold are used to accent their higly textured pieces. The artists fabricate quality, one-of-a-kind pieces that will give years of enjoyment

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Featured Artist – Keith Allen

30 Aug

Keith Allen – I’m a professional designer, illustrator and paper engineer from Cleveland Ohio with over ten years professional experience in product design at the greeting card company, American Greetings.

I ventured into the self-publishing world four years ago with the launch of a successful pop-up book that I created with two very talented family members titled ‘A Day in Rehoboth Beach, A Pop-Up Book.’

I chose to self-publish again for ‘What a Mess’ because of the tremendous online support I received during its inception. Complex pop-up books can be quite expensive to produce because of the hand folding required for its construction. To help offset the high production cost required, we launched a successful Kickstarter campaign in early September and fully-funded “What a Mess! A Pop-Up Misadventure.”

Thank you so much so far for your overwhelming support. I could not have done it without you!

This slideshow requires JavaScript.