Scenes from the 63rd Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival

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Art lovers beat a path to Central Park for the 63rd Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, March 18-20. More than 200 artist booths featured work in a variety of mediums, and the estimated 250,000+ attendees created a boon for the Park Avenue shopping district.

the32789 was on hand to document the creative celebration, and presents a visual journal of the inspiring scenery.

Patrons notice a Buddha sculpture by glass artist Marlene Rose, of Clearwater.
Winter Park-based artist John Whipple with some of his mixed-media portraits.
James Whipple – brother of John Whipple – arranges his intricate paper collages in his artist booth.
The morning sun shines through the glass art of Detroit-based Andrew Madvin.
Matthew Naftzger, of Milwaukee, shows off one if his titanium sculptures.
Photographer Richard Gayle, of Portland, Maine, exhibited a collection of panoramic scenery.
Patrons watch as woodworker James Pearce, of Illinois, shows off a chess table in his exhibit area.
Michigan-based artist John Louis Krieger created this “Flying Fish” to honor his uncle, a WW2 pilot.
Ella Castino, of Maitland, wears a hat she colored at one of the festival’s children’s workshops.
Watercolor artist Vonnie Whitworth, of Virginia Beach, specializes in portraits and realistic scenes..
The shops along Park Avenue offer sales and specials during art festival weekend.
The springtime weather meant outdoor seating was hard to find at cafés and restaurants.
With Park Avenue closed and parking hard to find, SunRail proved very popular for festival goers.
Vickie and Terry Bradshaw, of Tennessee, participate in their first WInter Park art festival with their whimsical sculptures of “abandoned” houses, inspired when their children moved out on their own.
Lydia Adele Randolph, of Alabama, uses multiple layers and vanishing points to create her colorful landscape paintings.
Chris Cumbie, of Mobile, Alabama, combines text and sculpture in his unique art pieces.
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