"Art on Palm" Fine Craft Event Announces New Venue: Pasadena's Hidden Oasis, Arlington Garden

Published : Thursday, March 16, 2017 | 10:47 PM

Photos from previous year's event

For one day only, rain or shine, artists will exhibit their work at Art on Palm, Saturday, May 13, 2017; 10:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m.; at a new location: Arlington Garden, www.arlingtongardenpasadena.com, 275 Arlington Drive, in Pasadena.

Arlington Garden, is a public garden reclaimed by the vision, determination, and work of Betty and Charles McKenney. Once an abandoned patch of weeds, Arlington Garden is now a collection of alfresco ‘rooms’ featuring Southern California’s distinct climate zones and plants; from the Olive Tree alle to desert xeriscape borders, from Live Oak havens and California Native Wildflowers to rush-filled swales that soak in storm water runoff, and an orchard of Orange trees. Bordered by Pasadena Avenue and Arlington Drive, Arlington Garden is a bucolic buffer within the urban landscape. Arlington Garden is free, open sunrise through sunset, each day of the year.

Art on Palm, a one-day juried show and sale of original work that happens twice a year; in the spring and the fall, presents local artisans who create a distinct line of work in medias that include: ceramics, collage, digital artwork, glass, leather, metals, mixed media, photography, pastels, pencil, textiles, watercolors, oils, and exotic woods. Art on Palm also hosts the students of Pasadena High Schools’ Graphic Communications Academy called CAMAD (Creative Arts, Media and Design), who study design, graphic design. http://www.artonpalm.com/index.html

Art on Palm has raised over $28,000 for non-profits and currently supports the CreativeArtsGroup. Founded in 1960, CAG provides quality art experiences and instruction in Sierra Madre’s public schools through ImagineArt, a program of art instruction for elementary school students of Sierra Madre. “Creative Arts is thrilled to partner with Art on Palm. We truly appreciate the artists and hosts of Art on Palm and all who support art in our community”, states Kristin Naran, Executive Director, Creative Arts Group.

 

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