Decatur, Alabama was the site of the annual River Clay Fine Arts Festival which took place September 23rd and 24th. The festival is held the fourth weekend each September on the campus of Decatur’s City Hall. Over 70 talented artists from 9 states exhibited their art and wares, much of it available for sale.
The River Clay Fine Arts Festival
There was something for just about everyone at the River Clay Fine Arts Festival. There were artist demonstrations, student art exhibits, children’s make-and-take art activities, iron work, musical performances, and food trucks. And for those who weren’t feeling particular “artsy,” there were plenty of beautiful creations to simply admire.
Below are some pictures from the 2017 River Clay Fine Arts Festival:
Original glass artwork by Brenda Liles of Lemondrop Glass.
Metal Artwork by Simply Ornamental
Bee picture by John Elliott of Zendustria Studios, LLC
Handcrafted Shot Glasses by Carolyn Wass of Birmingham
Underachievement in Fine Art by Scotty White
Recycled Artwork by Donna DiGiorgio
Unique Wood Pens from BourbonPens.com
Original Linocuts by Katherine Linn of Linn Print Works
Incredible Pottery by Larry Allen of L A Pottery – Awarded First Place Overall
Original Artwork by Anita Bice of Moody, Alabama
Eclectic Birdhouses by Frank Saggus of Wing Ding Constructions
While not technically art, these food trucks offered culinary creations to help satisfy hungry patrons at the festival.
To see more pictures from the 2017 River Clay Fine Arts Festival, visit the Southern Kissed Facebook page by clicking here.1