This July, artists from all over the country begin their annual migration to Denver, Colorado to participate in the region's most well known celebration of visual and performing arts. Cherry Creek Arts Festival is a three day event that showcases over 250 juried exhibitors chosen from 2,100 applicants. Held in downtown Denver’s Cherry Creek neighborhood, the free festival also offers entertainment, arts demonstrations, and culinary delights from the city’s favorite hot spots.
This will be Lisa Crowder’s 8th year to be selected to present her jewelry to the 350,000 attendees. Each year, her fan base grows and it’s not uncommon for a line to form outside her booth as repeat customers purchase the pieces they’ve been eyeing on Instagram or Facebook all year long. Lisa’s fun loving personality and creative talent combine to be an irresistible draw at festivals, and she really shines at Cherry Creek.
Lisa’s looking forward to seeing several fellow artists that will be joining her again this year. She’s most excited to check out new works by Kansas City based printmaker Heinrich Toh and Baltimore jeweler Lisa Cimino. If you’re in the Denver area from July 6 through 8, plan on visiting the Cherry Creek Arts Festival.
Cherry Creek Arts Festival will be held in downtown Denver, Colorado on Friday, July 6th from 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday, July 7th from 10 am to 8 pm, and Sunday, July 8th from 10 am to 6 pm. Admission is free and there will be food and beverages available to purchase. Learn more about the festival by visiting their website. Not in the Denver area? Follow along on Lisa’s travels on Instagram and Facebook and shop for her creations online.