Browse & shop under the trees at 2017’s Bayou City Art Festival in Memorial Park

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Photo courtesy of Art Colony Association

Spy and buy the works from more than 300 artists across the country with bites, drinks, and live music at the 46th Bayou City Art Festival in Memorial Park from Friday, March 24 to Sunday, March 26, 2017.

Celebrating its 46th year, the three-day spring Bayou City Art Festival brings fine art from around the country for a family-friendly, three-day outdoor spring festival at Memorial Park.

Organized by the good folks at Art Colony Association, the outdoor festival will feature works from more than 300 artists on display and for sale under the Memorial Park trees.

Photo courtesy of Art Colony Association

The artwork spans 19 different mediums and disciplines, including clay, glass, metal, leather, wood, mixed media, and photography.

Featured Artist

This year’s event is showcasing Amanda Bennett, a mixed media artist that transforms mid-century advertising, acrylic mediums, and photography into a mash up on plywood, inspired by pop art and funk style.

As a child, she use to paint with her grandmother and used a spatula as her primary tool. Bennett currently resides in New Orleans where the city’s rhythm, color palette, and energy stirs and ignites her creative process

Entertainment for All Ages

In addition to the diverse artwork on display, attendees will enjoy live music, kids activities in the Creative Zone, tasty bites from popular Houston food trucks and vendors, and beer and wine at the festival bar.

Bayou City Art Festival | Photo courtesy of Art Colony Association

Nonprofit Beneficiaries

A portion of the festival’s proceeds will go to support the work of six Houston area nonprofit partners, who will also have representatives on site at the event.

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Bayou City Art Festival at Memorial Park | Photo courtesy of Art Colony Association

About Bayou City Art Festival & Art Colony Association

Now in its 46th year, the Art Colony Association has raised more than $3.5 million for local nonprofit programs through its Fall festivals in Downtown and Spring festivals in Memorial Park. Proceeds from the festival support the community through Bayou City Art Festival’s nonprofit partners.

The festivals are funded in part by grants from the City of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance, corporate sponsorships, private contributions, in-kind support, and volunteer assistance. Click here fore more information.

46th Annual Bayou City Art Festival at Memorial Park

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Bayou City Art Festival in Memorial Park | Photo courtesy of Art Colony Association

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