Alison Shull Art at 2012 Ithaca Artists Market

Yes you can drive, walk , bike or take a bus to the 2012 Ithaca Artists Market…or you can paddle, motorboat, sail or windsurf to get here too! Though it might be tricky to carry the art work you buy home with you on your catamaran.

Sail Cayuga Lake to the 2012 Ithaca Artists Market

The 2012 Ithaca Artists’ Market
Friday, July 27, 2pm to 8pm

Mark your calendars for art filled fun (with food, wine, beer, chocolate and boat tours too)!

The Ithaca Artists’ Market is an annual juried fine art show and market of work by local artists. Organized by the Community Arts Partnership (CAP) of Tompkins County, the market is held annually at the beautiful Farmers Market Pavilion at Steamboat Landing along the Cayuga Lake Inlet (see directions below*).

Stop by booth #8 to see my art and say hello at this Ithaca Event!

On display and for sale at BOOTH#8 (brought to you by Alison Shull & CAP): Museum quality, archival prints of original abstract paintings by Alison Shull. Limited edition prints on ready-to-hang gallery wrapped canvas (available from 9”x12” ($120) up to 30”x40” ($680, in custom frame)). Signed edition prints on fine art paper in 11”x14” mat board ($50 each). ***First public display of “Whale of a Wave“***

Celebrate SUMMER and ART at the 2012 Ithaca Artists Market with
70 Fine Artists
16 Arts Organizations
Music by East Hill Jazz Duo
Boat Tours

*DIRECTIONS: The Ithaca Artists Market is held at the Ithaca Farmers Market Pavilion at Steamboat Landing. Turn off Route 13 at 3rd Street (in between “Aldi” supermarket and “B&W Supply”.) If using GPS, the official address is 545 Third Street, Ithaca, NY 14850 (but you won’t find that address written anywhere.) See map at the Ithaca Farmers Market:


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