Plymouth Takes Annual Art Fair Online
Plymouth’s annual art fair usually happens over the course of a weekend, but this year because of COVID-19, they are taking the show online.
“Plymouth Arts Fair has always been a fantastic place to do a little holiday shopping,” said Recreation Supervisor Alyssa Fram, in a press release. “This year’s virtual event will allow the community to browse artwork online and purchase unique, handmade items directly from the artists. It’s a great way to find creative gifts for family and friends – and support local artisans.”
The art show will also feature opportunities to learn about more about the artist and his or her work.
“S0me are providing demonstrations on art that you can do from home. Others will be showing the process of their work,” said Fram.
Another bonus of this year’s show is that the event will be open to the public significantly longer than just one weekend. The virtual fair is online until December 11.
Local artists will be displaying:
Acrylic canvases and paintings
Photography and framed prints
Handmade hats, scarves and handbags
Necklaces, rings and other jewelry
Cards and journals
Soaps and body balms
Pine needle baskets
Handmade wood décor and furniture
Children’s picture books
The Plymouth Arts Fair is sponsored by the Plymouth Arts Council, Kyle Vitense State Farm Agency and TCF Bank.