Posted Tuesday, September 8th, 2020
Morris Arts Event is Sept. 12 at Lewis Morris Park
Morris Arts will present Morris Arts Fest, an outdoor festival featuring an art exhibit and sale of works by Morris County area visual artists and crafters.
The festival will take place from 3-7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 12, at Lewis Morris County Park, Mendham Rd., Morristown. Rain date is Sunday, Sept. 13.
The event is held in collaboration with the Morris County Park Commission. The Sugarloaf area at Lewis Morris Park has restrooms and parking. For more information on Lewis Morris Park visit: https://www.morrisparks.net/.
**Face coverings and social distancing is required of all vendors and attendees.**
More than 40 visual artists and crafters, working in a wide variety of media including pottery, origami, oils, acrylics, watercolors, printmaking, fiber art, sculpture, pen and ink, photography, cartooning, collage, jewelry, decorative accessories, chalk, ceramics and stoneware will showcase and sell their works in the park that day.
Featured artists include: Jennifer Amorese, Ingo Appel, Raphaela Athayde, Jean Best, Annette Bradley, Vanessa Burkly, Lucia Burrafato, Mark Buryk, Alex Cavaliere, Jessica Cavaliere, Vanessa Crespi, Peter Donahue, Patrick Gallagher, Jeff Gould, Tünde Hagymásy, John Hedges, Jeffrey Jebara, Neely Katz, Itoko Kobayashi, Michael Krasowitz, Linda Lang, Caroline Lifshey, Amanda Matos, Natalie Maus, Bernard Maxim, Kim Ohara, Julia O’Neill, Natalia Pas, Tracy Pollock, David Ramos, Dylan Richtarek, Robert (Eddie) Rios, Jenny Ruiz, Lizzy Synalovski, Jennifer Thompson, Maya Tillman, Rebecca Tsien, Alexander Vargas, Shreenie Vasan, Ilana Visotsky, Konstantin Zingerman, and Andrew Zuluaga.
Live music will also enliven the event. Attendees can hear Gwendolyn Fitz, a jazz-pop singer-songwriter with folk influences — imagine Nora Jones on the ukulele. Also performing is the band Secret Sound, which mixes funky blues and rock by members Kevin Hill on guitar/vocals, Adam Alexander on drums, Dave Ferraro on bass, Bob Larsen on percussion and Andy Feldman on keyboard.
For questions, please contact Kaity De Laura at [email protected] or (973) 285-5115 ext.14.
Morris Arts, located in Morristown, NJ, is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1973 dedicated to building community through the arts.