Summer Fair season gets going with the Burbank Art Street Fair

Rick Hunter handblown glass
I love hand blown glass and the vessels created by Rick Hunter are gorgeous..

I went this the Burbank Spring Art Fair with the intention of photographing people who attended, but decided to show some of the art for sale instead.

Children playing withbubbles
Little kids played with bubbles while one of those bubble machines ran in the background.

At the time I was there on Saturday there were relatively few people shopping at the fair — at least compared to the thousands who thronged the Burbank Fair ten years ago.

On the other hand, the Animation Expo–which will be in the next post–was very busy.  A generational thing, I guess.

carpet vases Burbank Art Fair
This is unusual! The artist cut up Persian carpeting and transformed the bits and pieces into vesselsShe’s on Istagram at Angela Art.
metal and rope sculpture
A metal and rope sculptured head.
Jazz man sculpture
I don’t know the name of the artist or the sculpture but to me it looks like “Jazz Man”.
Gourd Art by Johnson and Jones
The artist, Kay Jones, who created these masks told me she had planned to do gourd art handbags for 5 years, but has just kept on going with the addition of these fantastic masks.  She also sells gourd purses on etsy.

 

Metal Mountains wall art
The message in this metal wall art by Mountain Metals appeals to me.
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