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3rd Annual Charlotte Fine Art Festival
Exhibit | Showcase
Date: October 19 - 20, 2013
Time: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location: Show map
Birkdale Village
16805 Birkdale Commons Pkwy
Huntersville, NC

Contact: Bill Kinney
Phone: (631) 421-1590
Email: admin@paragonartfest.com

On October 19-20, Birkdale Village, the Town of Huntersville and Visit Lake Norman host the return of the Greater Charlotte Fine Art Festival. More than 70 national artists will journey to North Carolina to sell original and extraordinary artwork. Purchase spectacular works in painting, photography, sculpture, metalwork, digital art, jewelry, glass, ceramics, woodworking, mixed-media, fiber art and more.  Support the arts by becoming an art collector.

Enjoy the opportunity to meet the artisans that created the work. Learn how the specific pieces you purchase were created. Realize that many of these artisans are represented in the top museums and art galleries throughout the United States. Hours of the art festival are Saturday from 10 to 5 and Sunday from 11 to 5. Admission and parking are free. The festival is on Birkdale Commons Parkway down the center of Birkdale Village.




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