Spread Eagle Wisconsin Art Show 2019
The "Art Show in the Woods"

The Annual Spread Eagle,Wisconsin Art Show
will be held on Sunday, July 21, 2019
9am to 3pm (Rain or Shine)
E-Mail ninelakes@yahoo.com

The show is located at The ChuckWagon, (the Historic Old Log Cabin), in Spread Eagle Wisconsin on Highway US 2, 7 miles northwest of Iron Mountain, Michigan.

Come out and see a juried showcase of original art and fine crafts
The show is held from 9am to 3pm (central time). Rain or Shine.

Enjoy these beautiful works of art with special booths the children will enjoy.
Food and beverages available during the day at the outdoor cook-out or inside the Chuckwagon.

New artists and old favorites will be exhibiting a variety of art forms including Acrylic, Watercolor, Tole, Mixed Media, and Whimsical Paintings. Art works include Metal Art; Wood Carvings; Intarsia Wood; Wire Wrapped Gemstone Jewelry; Hand Woven Rugs, Placemats, and Purses; Raku Pottery; Wire Sculptures; and Miniature Birch Bark Canoes. 

Check out the beautiful Lathe Turned Wood Bowls, Pottery, Stained Glass; Lake Superior Beach Glass Jewelry; Metal Wall Art; Embellished Flatware: Infinity Scarves; Jewelry featuring leather and Metal; Painted Windows; Aerial Photos of Area Lakes; and Hand Crafted Wooden Toys.

The show also features Personalized Pet Portraits; Growth Charts for Kids; Rocks, Fossils, & Minerals; Lake Superior Beach Glass Jeweler; Agate Jewelry; Upcycled Art; Furniture made from Recycled Wood, Fabric Items including Finter Puppets and Hooded Towels for Kids, Dips, Salsa, and Dipping Sauce; Maple Syrup; Honey; Jeweled Hair Chains, plus much more.

Some of the Featured Artists at the Spread Eagle Art Show

UNIQUE WOOD
RON WAGNER

Ron has been working with wood for over 50 years and creates some very unusual items. Four years ago he started making tables using 200-year old grape vines. He looks for premium hardwood with the best grain he can find for the tabletops. All his wood items are completely finished by hand.

Ron loves wood and since he started doing art shows has found out that most people love great wood also. Ron is 75 years old and loves making unique furniture out of wood and hopes he can continue doing show for a few more years. He has a great time meeting and visiting with people and other vendors at the shows.

FOLK METAL ART
Dan Recla

Dan Recla from Niagara will be exhibiting his unique metal art at the Spread Eagle Art Show on July 17th. Dan has worked in metal for most of his life and began  making cool things from smashed car fenders and doors, giving it away to his friends.  His father-in-law looked at it and called Folk Metal Art. That began a brand new adventure as he began creating interesting and unusual metal sculptures.  


Come out to the Chuckwagon and meet the artists and artisans
and enjoy a juried showcase of original arts and fine crafts.

While you are visiting the Art Show, you can enjoy burgers, hot dogs, and corn-on-the cob cooked on the outdoor grill or you can eat inside the cool comfortable Chuckwagon.
Also serving hand-dipped ice cream cones and cold beverages


Remember the Spread Eagle Art Show on Sunday, July 21, 2019 for a fun filled day for all.
9am to 3pm

Come early or be prepared to walk.
This show is very popular and visited by many residents and tourists alike.

Call 715-696-3219 or E-Mail ninelakes@yahoo.com for more information

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