Are you an art collector or just enjoy purchasing art to beautify your home or office? Then join us Selby Five Points Park in downtown Sarasota on November 18-19, 2017 for the 5th Annual Sarasota Fall Fine Art Festival. Treat yourself to a journey through an extraordinary outdoor gallery of original art created by more than 100 artisans from across America.
Graciously hosted by the Sarasota Downtown Merchants Association, the 5th Annual Sarasota Fall Fine Art Festival showcases the art of national and regional artisans. For 2017 the event returns to its traditional location on Gulf Stream.
As you walk Gulf Stream you will have the opportunity to choose from spectacular original and handmade artwork in painting, photography, sculpture, metalwork, digital art, jewelry, glass, ceramics, woodworking – and more. Meet the artisans that created the works - artisans are available throughout the event. If you do not find what you seek, consider commissioning a piece made specifically for you!
The 5th Annual Sarasota Fall Fine Art Festival is Saturday from 10-5 and Sunday from 10-5 on Gulf Stream adjacent to Hwy. 41. Admission is free. Bring your sense of discovery and appreciation of the extraordinary! Wallets and purses strongly suggested as all artwork is for sale!
Driving Directions to the 4th Annual Sarasota Fall Fine Art Festival
The Palm Avenue Garage (1289 Palm Ave.)
Garage parking is available at the award-winning Palm Avenue Garage, located one block from Main Street on North Palm Avenue, only steps away from Five Points intersection in downtown Sarasota. The Palm Avenue Garage is a newly designed and LEED Certified facility utilizing the latest technology in equipment and design. The garage has spaces for 729 vehicles with handicap parking located on each floor close to the elevators with. The city provides four reserved electric car-charging stations on the ground floor. The Palm Avenue parking garage is a perfect location to park short or long-term visits to downtown Sarasota.
State Street Garage (1538 State Street)
The parking garage bi-lateral entrance and exit points will provide excellent access from both State Street and Ringling Boulevard. Parking spaces are located on levels 2 through 6, with motorcycle, bicycle and Handicap van access on the ground floor. With downtown parking demands so high, parking time limits will ensure there is always a parking spaces available in either the 2-hour parking "shopper zone", or the 4 hour time restricted area on level 4 through 6.
2nd Street Garage (1400 Block of 2nd Street)
The 2nd Street Garage is located between First and Second streets, directly across from Whole Foods. Ground floor parking is intended for customers of Whole Foods, while the second and third level of the garage are open to the public (except where posted). The public parking access ramp is located on Second Street, near the corner of Central Ave. There are time restrictions in the facility that are monitored by the City Parking Division and for which citations are issued for time violations. The time restrictions are as follows:
Ground level: 2 hours Levels 2 and 3: 4 hours