2023 Nature Art Showcase & Sale
February 3 – 4, 2023
Inside Barrow-Civic Theatre
1223 Liberty Street, Franklin, PA
Friday Opening Reception, 5 pm – 7 pm
Saturday Open 10 am – 6 pm.
Mark your calendar now to attend the 7th Annual Nature Art Showcase & Sale at the Barrow-Civic Theatre. The Franklin on Ice festival featuring ice carving will be happening across the street!
Come out to see beautiful works of art inspired by the treasure of natural, scenic, and recreational resources of northwestern Pennsylvania.
Typically available are 2-D and 3-D items including paintings, sculpture, metal fabrications, fabric arts, jewelry, wearable art, photography, pottery, drawings, wood carving, watercolor, and more. Many are for sale!
Register to display art pieces representing the natural and recreational assets of northwestern PA. Each artist may enter one or two items, registration is free and must be received by January 18, 2023. Later entries will be accepted, but will not be included in the printed booklet.
If your item sells, you will receive 85% of the price while 15% is contributed to CGT and Penn Soil for this annual fundraiser. Artists decide if the pieces are for sale or display only. Art pieces registered by January 18, 2023 will be included in the printed program book.
Please support this annual event, the artisans and event presenters. Sponsors are recognized in the printed event program, on-site poster, and publicity.
Potential sponsors may contact Marilyn Black for details. Sponsors are recognized in the printed event program, on-site poster, and publicity.
2023 Sponsors Include:
The 2023 People's Choice Award artist will receive a prize donated by Moonrise Porcelain & Stoneware.
The Council on Greenways & Trails is a partnership of non-profit organizations and municipalities working across three county lines. Throughout Venango, Clarion and parts of Crawford Counties members are working together to create and enhance a regional identity through trails and greenways that connect us to this unique place. Enter the full CGT website.
Penn Soil Resource Conservation and Development (RC&D) Council provide the local leadership necessary to develop and implement a plan that will improve the economy, environmental and social well-being of the people through accelerated planning and development of the natural resources in the eight-county region of northwestern Pennsylvania. Enter the full Penn Soil RC&D website.