Enjoy Great Art, Kids Crafts, Food, and Music
Sunday September 9
11 AM Until 5 PM
Nisbet Park in Historic Loveland
Loveland, Ohio -"It will be an awesome day meeting the artists and friends, viewing fabulous works of art by local artists," said Loveland Arts Council Treasure, Tim O'Grady.
Artists and patrons alike will return to picturesque Nisbet Park in Historic Downtown Loveland, a delightful, park setting nestled between the beautiful Little Miami River and the Loveland Bike Trail. Celebrating its 16th year, the Loveland Art Show is the most rapidly growing arts event in the area. It is presented annually by the Loveland Arts Council, the non-profit group of Loveland area arts supporters. Publicity Chair, Teresa Schmid said, “ The Loveland Art Show is now firmly established as a quality, juried fine art show featuring an exceptional range of talented artists from all over the tri-state area.”
There will be over 75 artists, new and returning; competing for awards totaling over $2,000.
There is a free Kids Corner that will entertain and educate. Kathy Randall and her Girl Scouts offer a variety of fun hands-on special projects to entertain youngsters, exposing them to the arts.
Arts Council President, Lynda Gilcher said, "I am looking forward to seeing what this year's group of artists have created. There is always something new." She thanked the show committee who have volunteered hundreds of hours to put together the 16th show.
Schmid said, “Check out this wonderful opportunity to purchase art, in all price ranges; photography, ceramics, woodwork, jewelry, baskets, sculpture, fiber art and original painting in all media. “All proceeds raised, go back to the community to continue to bring quality arts events to Loveland and scholarships to Loveland students.”
FREE admission and FREE parking in the downtown area.
Shuttle on down to Loveland Art Show
Don't let your worries about finding a parking space or traffic jams get the better of you... You can take a free shuttle to the Loveland Art Show.The service will be available from and to Shoppers Haven. This is the shopping center where the Loveland Library is located.
Nisbet Park and Amphitheater is at the end of Railroad Avenue which runs parallel to the Loveland Bike Trail. It is nestled between the State and National Little Miami River, O'Bannon Creek, and the Little Miami State Scenic Park; also surrounded by the unique shops, self development businesses, recreation related businesses such as Montgomery Bicycle and Loveland Canoe and Kayak, as well as the many restaurants in the Historic Downtown.
"Beautiful park with great art. Fun, food, and amazing art," said Tereas Nieberding, an Arts Council member who will be volunteering in the show's information booth on Sunday.