Show Time: Saturday, 12 to 6 pm
Show Time: Sunday, 11 am to 4 pm
Ebensburg’s Art in Bloom Spring Art Show will return to the Cambria County Courthouse, in Historic Downtown Ebensburg, on Saturday & Sunday, April 29th & 30th. The show is set to feature nearly 200 pieces of artwork from local and area artists.
Returning this year, are live artist demonstrations through the weekend. The first will feature Ms. Ali Johsnon who will share a variety of techniques that are designed to open your innate ability to be an artist, from 1 pm to 3 pm on Saturday, with her “How Does Your Art Bloom?” demonstration. On Sunday, Karli Hazlett will share her work in pyrography, also known as woodburning, from 12 to 2 pm and Marion Ross, owner and creative director of Follow Your Art, will demonstrate her work in glass art. Throughout the weekend, an outdoor pop-up exhibit will be on display from O’Brien Landscaping & Glendalough Farms featuring the benefits of pollinator gardens and bee hotels.
“The Art in Bloom committee is excited to offer an interactive element again this year. We think people have really enjoyed seeing and hearing about different artistic processes,” said Danea Koss, community development director. “Each year, our committee transforms the Courthouse into a gallery of local artwork and we think this really adds something special to the show.”
In addition to the beautifully displayed artwork and live artist demonstrations, an artwork raffle will be held through the weekend with works being donated from eight area artists who include; Kat Finn, Steven Finn, Billie Hollen, Lida Hood, Dave Huber, Jeffrey Koss, Mary Lessard, Abrham Onkst, David Patterson, Bonnie Resinski and Matthew Stich.
While you’re visiting downtown Ebensburg, be sure to check out the nearly 70 pieces of amazing student artwork submitted by nine area schools that are now on display.