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More than 100 artists will transform a St. Pete park into an open air art gallery

A tent covered in painted canvases in a park
Photo via Paragon Festivals

Art enthusiasts, mark your calendars for the 10th Annual St. Petersburg Fine Art Festival on February 10-11 unfolding in South Straub Park (198 Bayshore Dr NE). Co-sponsored by the City of St. Petersburg and in collaboration with Theatre Odyssey, this event promises a two-day celebration of creativity. This event is easily accessible from the Cross-Bay Ferry’s dock at Port St. Pete. If you’re driving, there are ample street parking spots along Beach Drive, at the St. Pete Pier, and in nearby parking garages.

a tent filled with hand crafted art
Photo via Paragon Festivals

Over 100 exceptional artisans from across Florida and the United States will transform the park into an outdoor gallery, showcasing original works spanning painting, photography, sculpture, metalwork, digital art, jewelry, glass, ceramics, woodworking, mixed-media, fiber art, and more. Seeking that perfect piece for your home, office, or a thoughtful gift? Look no further. If the curated collection doesn’t align with your vision, consider commissioning a bespoke, original artwork crafted just for you from one of the participating artisans.

Admission to the event is free, and it runs from 10am until 5pm Saturday and Sunday.

Art displayed in park as people browse the tents
Photo via Paragon Festivals

Find parking around St. Pete:

  • PLAZA TOWER Garage – 1st Street North
  • SUNDIAL Garage – 117 2nd Street North
  • SOUTH CORE Garage – 101 1st Avenue South
  • SP+ Parking – 200 Central Avenue
  • MAACM Parking Garage – 350 3rd Street North

You can learn more about the event on Paragon Festival’s website. Follow Paragon Festivals on Facebook to learn more about the events they present across the Tampa Bay region.

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