We are excited to announce the Third Annual Indie-FolkFest at the Mennello
Museum of American Art. Last year’s festival drew thousands of festival-goers in celebration of local Florida music, artists, food and community.
The 2017 Festival promises to be the biggest yet. Join us again as we showcase local, national and regional art, music and culinary talent in the beautiful lakeside sculpture garden of the Mennello Museum. This family-friendly, pet friendly and free event takes place this Saturday, February 11th, 12pm to 5pm.
Chevy Van Gogh 12:00
Eugene Snowden & Friends 12:50
Robin Lewis 1:40
Peyote Moon 2:30
Terri Binion 3:20
First Friday Lake Ivanhoe on Orange Ave [hosted by Ivanhoe Village]
Friday, March 1, 2013, 6:00PM until 9:00PM
Stroll Orange Ave. (between New Hampshire and Princeton Ave), where the art galleries and shops of Ivanhoe Village open their doors to allow local artists to showcase their work.
The Mennello Museum of American Art is proud to host the 9th annual Orlando Folk Festival. Two fun-filled days of activities including folk music, dance, storytelling, folk art and traditional craft demonstrations featured on the shores of beautiful Lake Formosa in Loch Haven Park. This family friendly event is free to the public and is attended by over 5,000 visitors each year
The Mennello Folk Festival is coming up Saturday the 13th and Sunday the 14th of February. Lots of visual artists and sculptors, and two days of some of the best folk music in Florida.
February 14th and 15th at the Mennello Museum, 10a – 5p, Free Admission
Presented by Lake Ivanhoe Village, stroll N. Orange Avenue between Alden Dr. and Princeton St.
Enjoy Orlando’s Newest Art Beat, from 6:30p
COMMA Gallery Presents:
Charles Turzak: Fine Art Printmaker
2nd Tuesday Opening Reception October 14th, 2008 6:30-9pm
Featuring a rare selection of original woodcuts from the 1930s and mid-century papercuts (collographs) by artist Charles Turzak
About Charles Turzak:
Charles Turzak was born in 1899 in Streator, Illinois. Following high school he attended the prestigious Art Institute of Chicago. Upon graduation in 1924,Turzak began his career as a free-lance artist. Turzak cut many woodblocks for the 1933 World’s Fair and his work was prominently featured at that event. Following his success at the World’s Fair, Turzak participated in several WPA, federal depression-era art programs that allowed him to develop several woodcuts into murals. One of these murals still survives at the Post Office in Lemont, Illinois.Charles Turzak died in Orlando, Fl in 1986. He was a member of the Artist League of Orange County (ALOC) and many Central Florida artists remember him fondly as a mentor.
Examples of Turzak’s work may be found in the collections of Library of Congress, Yale University Art Gallery,The Art Institute of Chicago, Northwestern University’s Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, The Cleveland Museum and numerous Fine Art Print galleries to name a few.
This is a rare opportunity to see a collection of his mid century modern fine art prints and paintings that are for sale.
813 Virginia Dr Orlando, Fl 32803
COMMA Gallery Presents:
From Rural to Urban: Landscapes
2nd Tuesday Opening Reception September 9th, 2008 6:30-9pm
Featuring works from: Stephen Bach, Francine Levy, Tom Sadler, Wayne Hovis, Chris Tobar, Tony Garan, and more
Park Ave by Wayne Hovis
813 Virginia Drive Orlando, Fl 32803
Susan Bach, Karen Baker, Wayne Barham, Georgina Holt, Harry Janis, Liz Kitchens, Rachel Lloyd, Kim Miller, Ann Robinson, Vincent Sansone, Cheryl Smith, Kathy Stecker, Susie Vey