|Studio Earth Art by Artist M. Gene Albritton.|
I am having a fun time doing this series of arts festival blog posts. There were so many fun, wonderful, awesome artists at the Gulf Breeze Celebrates the Arts last weekend. Most of those same artists will be at the arts and crafts festival in Fairhope, Alabama starting tomorrow through the weekend.
Fairhope 61st Annual Arts and Crafts Festival - March 15th thru 17th
|Artist M. Gene Albritton and some of his Studio Earth Art.|
One of those is North Carolina Artist Marshall Gene Albritton and his Studio Earth Art. Gene says he does all his paintings using natural pigments which he mixes himself. His art is all in luscious earth tones and most are framed with handmade rustic frames. Gene describes his art as "Adventures with Hue."
You can see more of Marshall Gene Albritton's art on his website at: Studio Earth Art
Gene can be reach via email at: email@example.com
|Folk Artist Morris E. "Mojo" Johnson.|
One of the fun artists at the arts festival in Gulf Breeze was Florida Folk Artist Morris E. Johnson. "Mojo" does brightly colored wood art and beach paintings. His is the kind of art that will make you smile.
"Mojo" lives in St. Petersburg, Florida where he draws his inspiration from all the beautiful birds, sea life and beach scenes on the beautiful Gulf Coast.
|Folk Art by Florida Artist Morris "Mojo" Johnson.|
"Mojo" doesn't have a website, but you can contact him via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
You'll also be able to find him at the Fairhope Arts and Crafts Festival in addition to other Florida arts and crafts festivals.
|One-of-a-Kind Gourd Art by Florida Artist Bonnie Eastwood.|
I'll end today's post with the beautiful one-of-a-kind Gourd Art by Florida Artist Bonnie Eastwood. Bonnie lives in Hudson, Florida and teaches classes in Gourd Art.
Bonnie Eastwood can be reached via email at: email@example.com
I've enjoyed putting together this series of arts festival posts. So many wonderful artists. Please be sure to check out my three previous posts and the final arts festival post tomorrow.
A special thanks to the artists for agreeing to be included in this post.