best of the 2007 bucktown arts fest

posted by the scholar on August 26th, 2007
filed under: art, clay, home accessories, metal, paintings, personal accessories, photography

the 22nd annual bucktown arts festival is being held this weekend, and it’s well known locally for having great talent in all media. here’s a small sampling of some of the best i saw today:


original photography by denise keim



sterling jewelry by anne vahcic for hop, skip jump


acrylic paintings by john stillmunks


hand pulled silkscreen art by hiroshi ariyama


soda-fired ceramics by julie rozman


original photography by yvette marie dostatni



copper, silver and enamel jewelry and accessories by mary laskey

there was plenty more than what you’ve just seen, so if you’re local, head over there sunday and see it all for yourself!

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8 Responses to “best of the 2007 bucktown arts fest”

  1. Mary Laskey Says:

    Great picks–It’s an honor to be including in these great picks–I’m gonna check some of these folks out today! (Love Hiroshi’s work too–he’s a fab printmakeer) It was sucha a pleasure meeting you! Thanks again!

  2. the scholar Says:

    hi mary,

    glad to include you — i LOVE your pieces! hope you sell out everything!

  3. sosser Says:

    nice finds! i love the prints and jewelry especially.

  4. Courtney Says:

    That’s a pretty ecclectic collection
    The colors on the pottery are fantastic

  5. the scholar Says:

    hi sosser,

    they had some really cool stuff going on over there — hope you made it over!

  6. the scholar Says:

    hi courtney,

    thanks for the visit! you would not believe the gorgeous saturated purples and blues on julie’s ceramics… very very pretty!

  7. John Stillmunks Says:

    Thank you for mentioning me along with these fine artists! It was so nice to meet you!!! Thank you for stopping!!!

  8. the scholar Says:

    hi john,

    thanks for the visit!

    it’s my pleasure to include you — i love your art! hope it was a great show for you!

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