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Check out Thea Arts Festival webpage

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Woodblock by festival artist Delita Martin
  • Woodblock by festival artist Delita Martin

Paul Leopoulos, director of the THEA Foundation, has shared the link to the Thea Arts Festival webpage, and what a lineup of artists the festival has! There's woodworker Mia Hall, potter Barbara Satterfield, basketmaker Leon Niehues, glass artist Ed Pennebaker, printmaker Delita Martin, sculptor Bryan Massey and many others of equal note.

Check out the Demonstrations link under Entertainment and see what else is in store during the festival, set for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. April 27 on Main Street in Argenta. Potters will pot, pastel artists and watercolorists will show their technique, sculptors will sculpt, etc. There will be live music as well. Stay tuned.

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