The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization who's mission is to increase public knowledge and appreciation for contemporary fine arts and fine crafts by creating opportunities that connect artists, the Ann Arbor community and the general public to their mutual benefit, including a top quality juried street art fair.
Debo is formally trained as a ceramic artist with a MFA from the University of Georgia. After many years of making pots, she reinvented herself as a self-taught polymer clay artist using colorful and patterned sheets of polymer clay like fabric collage. The clay is paper thin and tactile. In her pieces the subject matter is clay and the background is textured acrylic paint. Debo melds these two mediums in a way that forces the viewer to closely engage with the work in order to distinguish between the two materials. Using backyard creatures to tell the stories, the beauty of this work is in its magnificent use of uncontrolled color.
To learn more about Debo Groover, visit www.debortinastudio.com.
You can purchase the 2017 Commemorative Poster on-line or at the Art Fair Office beginning in May. Please call 734-994-5260 for more information.
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Are you looking for a unique gift idea? Consider a gift certificate for the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair!
Gift certificates can be used to purchase artwork at any of the Street Art Fair artists' booths during the event in July. Gift certificates are sent by US mail and are not downloadable. They may, however, be picked up on-site at the Info Booth.
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The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original was named one of best in the Country!
"Hasn't lost it's focus. The Gold standard of quality art." "The art of highly skilled artists with most, if not all, having established reputations." "A wonderful fair to find great art -- unique pieces to treasure." " Fair also encourages young upcoming artists in the New Artist Program & also includes a Kids Program."