For the first time, the Avalon Theatre will be transformed into an Information Center & Artists’ Gallery and will feature an exhibition of work from the 58 competition artists for the entire week, July 14-20!
Pictured: Representing the Tilghman Island Waterman’s Museum on behalf of Mary and Hal Kellogg are Doris and Bill Nielson, Plein Air Easton 2014 Competition Artist Ken DeWaard, Avalon Foundation Executive Director Al Bond, and owner of Harrison House, Buddy Harrison,Jr.
~~Easton Galleries are known for their hospitality ALL year long, hosting monthly shows and receptions during the First Friday Gallery Walk. Now, to celebrate Plein Air Easton in it’s 10th year, they are offering a wide variety of activities and extending their hours. Supporters of the festival from it’s early inception with money, mailing lists and hard work, the galleries applaud that the festival has also become an important part of the town’s identity as an arts destination.