(WTXL) — Joann Thomas from Thomasville Center for the Arts joined WTXL on Friday to tell us about the Plantation Wildslive Arts Festival.
Come explore three floors lined with paintings and photography, sculptures and carvings, jewelry and friendly faces at the 24th Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival Fine Art Show.
This year's Festival showcases over 65 wildlife artists and artisans from across the country, as well as an outdoor market with delicious flavors and twanging banjo strings and acoustic melodies.
There are activities for youth such as a birds of prey demonstration and art classes, as well as a lecture and demonstration with bird dogs from Durell Smith of the Gun Dog Notebook podcast.
Come see some gorgeous wildlife art, eat lunch, and enjoy your Saturday and/or Sunday…all while supporting the arts!