http://cinziamazzamakeup.com/?x=informazioni-viagra-generico-a-Napoli Gulf Breeze High School hosted the Gulf Breeze Fine Arts Festival this weekend. Locals and visitors flocked to see work created by regional artists.
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23rd annual Gulf Breeze Celebration of the Arts Festival was held at Gulf Breeze High School this year.
Artist Cheryl Camp of Lawrenceville, Georgia, spent her day painting and greeting shoppers.
Artist Ted Armulowicz visited the festival from Texas and took a prize for his wonderful woodworks.
Gulf Breeze High School senior, Aly Jefferies, had her oil pastel painting, “The Chosen One”, on display, along with other students’ art work.
Guests and vendors were invited to drop a pin on the map to represent where they have traveled from to visit the festival.
Local radio stations had games and prizes for guests.
Many families came out to visit the festival.
Morris E. Johnson, also known as “mojo”, has been at the Gulf Breeze art festival for five years now. He is a folk artist from St. Petersburg, Florida.
Once the rain cleared, people were out and about shopping in the artists’ booths.
Rob Pemble of Ski-Daddle offered unique furniture to fit the Florida lifestyle.
Ted Armuloxicz had a booth at the festival, and has been a woodworker for 30 years
The art festival had a food truck that sold full potatoes on a stick.
The Gulf Breeze art festival had plenty of activities and games for the children visiting.
The Gulf Breeze art festival had plenty of fun food–salty and sweet!