Located on the banks of the St. Lucie River, Downtown Stuart brims with activity daily. With over 70 gift shops, restaurants, and clothing stores, this quaint downtown area sees locals and visitors alike who wish to enjoy a small town warmth coupled with all of the luxuries of a city.
Over the years, this festival has established itself as one of the main art fairs in Martin County. The Stuart Festival of the Arts is set up along Osceola Street in Stuart’s historic downtown area. This event brings together some of the best artists in the nation, displaying life-size sculptures, spectacular paintings, one-of-a-kind jewels, photography and more. Howard Alan Events offer patrons the opportunity to personally meet with the artists, commission a work of art, and learn what inspires the artists work.
This year's show features the artwork of Susan Painter. Stop by Susan's booth for a chance to win the giveaway. Visit www.susanpainterpottery.com to learn more about her work.
From I-95: Take Stuart exit (Rt. 76), and go east for several miles. Go across US 1, and across the railroad tracks. Once you cross the tracks you will be at the intersection called Confusion Corner. Make a right-hand turn on St. Lucie Avenue, and then take an immediate right on Osceola Street.
26 SW Osceola St.
Stuart, FL 34994
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