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The Fine Arts Exhibit may be at the heart of the festival, but you can’t have an art festival without artists and artisans selling their wares and sharing their crafts!Find out more »
This high-quality festival, hosted by the Palo Alto Chamber of Commerce, attracts over 150,000 attendees. Downtown becomes home to 300 fine art & contemporary craft displays, over 60 Italian Street Painters, Kids Art Studio, specialty areas, stage & street entertainment, gourmet food, fine wines & micro-brews. FREE ADMISSION. Ling-Yen designs will be in booth 324. Please come by and say hello.Find out more »
2019 STUDIO TOUR PREVIEW SHOWING GRAND OPENING – FRIDAY, JULY 12, 2019 5:00 PM
REMAINS OPEN THROUGH SEPTEMBER 2, 2019 HOSTED BY: Discovery Gallery Artists’ Collective
39140 S. Hwy 1, Gualala, CA Located In The Seacliff Center (Lower Level) (707) 884-1900
Ling-Yen, will be at the store for two days. We are excited to show and share the items in the store and new works by Ling-Yen designs. We are located at 118 Webster Street, Monterey CA 93940,CHA-YA Japanese Tea and Things is located right next to the Monterey Post Office.Find out more »
The free show features art by over 245 artists from around the nation who showcase their work in painting, sculpture, watercolor, photography, mixed media, ceramics, jewelry, drawing and printmaking.Please visit Ling-Yen at booth 181.Find out more »
Please come and visit our new home the Cal Expo Fairgrounds building A & B.
We will have wonderful handmade work, jewelry, clothing, food and much more to see at this event.
Please join Ling-Yen designs and 200 other creative artists at this event. I will be in booth #613
We will also have food options, fine art, art, and smiles. Sat. and Sun. open from 10 am to 6 pm and Sunday 10 am to 5 pm.
Now a Northern California holiday tradition, this three-day bazaar at Sacramento’s Scottish Rite Center delights art lovers of all ages. As children enjoy photos with Santa and face-painting by the Moonrise Pixies and Elves, adults can meet and speak with artists, browse booths filled with juried works in glass, textiles, wood, ceramics, paper, photography, art jewelry, paintings and sculptures, all offered in a variety of price points. Proceeds from the event support participating artists, Crocker Art Museum’s exhibitions and educational programs, and Creative Arts League of Sacramento’s arts outreach to Mustard Seed School, low-cost art tours, and other important community programs.Find out more »
In November, 1998, we held our first group show at the Hoover House in Palo Alto, for three days over Thanksgiving weekend. Eleven of our artists participated. Between four and five hundred customers attended our show, encouraging us to continue this new venue for our work. In 1999 we expanded our show to two weekends, offering our work and the work of selected guest artists each weekend. Increased signage drew many new customers from the local area. In 2000 we returned to a one-weekend format, close to the Winter Holidays. Sixteen artists participated. We drew over six hundred customers. In 2001 we continued on the same December weekend, drawing even more customers despite the economic slump. In 2010 & 2011, the upward trend continued, with 21 booths, breaking all our previous sales records. In 2013, thru to 2018 with 21 booths we all have a wonderful time of creative art as gifts for the soul and heart. This year we are celebrating our 23rd year at Hoover House.Find out more »