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ART ON THE SQUARE In Williamsburg

Featured artist, Richard DePaul, has graciously donated an original watercolor, "Spring Awakening." The original watercolor of “Spring Awakening” as well as three framed prints will be raffled off at 4:30 pm the day of the show. Raffle tickets and commemorative posters will be sold at the JWCW Registration TentNow in its 49th year, ART ON THE SQUARE is one of the Junior Woman’s Club principal fundraisers to support community art initiatives.
ART ON THE SQUARE will be held on Sunday, April 29th, 2012 from 10am to 5pm. It is located on Duke of Gloucester and North Boundary Street in Merchants Square, Williamsburg, Virginia. Featuring over 160 artists, it is free and open to the public.

ART ON THE SQUARE is a juried show that is dedicated to providing original, high quality, handcrafted and diverse mediums of art. Proceeds from artist booth fees are donated to visual and performing arts organizations throughout the greater Williamsburg area including Williamsburg, James City and York counties.

The Featured artist, Richard DePaul, has graciously donated an original watercolor, "Spring Awakening." The original watercolor of “Spring Awakening” as well as three framed prints will be raffled off at 4:30 pm the day of the show. Raffle tickets and commemorative posters will be sold at the JWCW Registration Tent. Raffle tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. Winners need not be present to win. All proceeds from the raffle ticket and poster sales directly support the Junior Woman’s Club Art Scholarships, which are awarded to talented local high school students to further their visual and performing art educations.

Art on the Square

Sunday, April 29th, 2012

10am – 5pm

Rain or Shine.

Duke of Gloucester and North Boundary Street

Merchants Square

Williamsburg, Virginia

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