Spring Daze Festival Guide 2019

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@TOC_Fun | @CaryArtDaze | @EnjoyCary 17 WOOD A15 William Talbott Sunset Tree Studio B10 Walter Washburn -B11 CutEdgeWood C06 Mark Lane Mark & Amy Woodturning C13 Johnathan Manning C19 Paul Dunlap High Ridge Woodworking of Deep Gap NC C32 Scott Seifer -C33 Woodcraft by Scott C38 Keith Veronesi Keith's Woodwork D04 Maria Frati Maria Frati Woodcarving D20 Jennifer MacInnes Jmac's Woodworks E05 Bob Mewkill B&C Boards E17 Jiri Kalina Jiri Kalina Home & Kitchen F02 Dave Skibo Kettu Woodworks F10 Ron Anderson F19 Lindsay Tyson Shabby Chic G08 Timothy Witwer G15 Ed Elsaeeser Alpine Craft Works G26 Chris Boone Swan Shadow High school students from Cary assisted local artist Julia Gartrell with an art installation for this year's Spring Daze festival. In a series workshops during the month of April, they created various large "boulders" using different types of materials—one set using papier- mâché, and the other out of plastic inflatables. The papier-mâché structures contain biodegradable materials which will naturally decay over time, giving way to flowers and other native seedlings that are planted on top of the formations. The inflatables were crafted using recycled plastic and fabric and offer a nice visual contrast with their biodegradable counterparts. The artist's goal was to create a colorful visual landscape with surreal undertones using native craft practices in the local region. You can find these unique pieces placed alongside the pathway between Sertoma Amphitheatre and Section G. PUBLIC ART INSTALLMENT A Path in the Woods

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