The 3rd Annual Old Mission Peninsula Art Fair was held on July 22, 2017, and organizer Gilbert Carrizales of Grumpy Artworks did a great job bringing everything together. Thirty-six vendors displayed their artwork – a mix of paintings, tiles, pottery, jewelry, clothing, quilts, wooden bowls, stationary and much more.
Artists included (click through their name to visit their website):
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Three food trucks were on site with a variety of delicious foods, and music was provided by Tim Boursaw and Hillar Bergman. Attendees also had the opportunity to check out the Summer Book Sale, hosted by Peninsula Community Library.
Here are a few photos of the 3rd Annual Old Mission Peninsula Art Fair.
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