|Gulf Coast Arts Alliance sets Nov. 9 Art Market|
October 24, 2013, Gulf Shores, AL (GSA) - A blend of fine arts will be the focus of the Gulf Shores Art Market to be from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Nov. 9 at Meyer Park, 400 E. 22nd St. in Gulf Shores.
Visitors can browse the original works of local and area artists while enjoying the restful beauty of the park’s green grass and stately oaks. Picnic tables also sprinkle the area giving visitors a chance to sit and enjoy the day. The Gulf Coast Arts Alliance is partnering with the City of Gulf Shores to bring this event to area residents and visitors.
The Gulf Coast Arts Alliance is a non-profit entity that was formed in 2012 to promote the arts in Gulf Shores and the coastal area.
The Alliance chairman, Maria Bastin, (pictured) will be among the many artists exhibiting their works on Nov. 9. Maria uses acrylics to depict natural scenes from the area around her.
A native of Hawaii, Maria likes to capture the ocean in its purest form and enjoys painting flowers that grow locally and some from her home area. Many of her marine life works have been selected for purchase and display in prominent coastal businesses.
The City of Gulf Shores and the Gulf Coast Arts Alliance extend a cordial invitation for you to join them at the Gulf Shores Art Market on at Meyer Park. There is no admission fee. In the event of rain, the Art Market will be at the First Presbyterian Church at 309 E. 21st Ave. in Gulf Shores.
For more information, email email@example.com or telephone 251.968.8222 or 251.223.3970. Visit the website at Gulf Coast Arts Alliance.