Curtis Fest Artisan Spotlight: Magical Alchemy Designs

Hand painted Mexican folk art on glass, tile, and canvas.

Rachel Warren, owner/designer at Magical Alchemy Designs has always loved colored glass.  Once a jewelry designer, and former dental assistant, she decided to stretch her creative legs and explore a completely new medium.  Her deep love for Mexican folk images are reflected in her work. Her hand painted glassware designs use acrylic glass paint which is durable enough to stand up to washing. Fun and functional!

The 13th Annual Curtis Fest will feature over 75 local artisans under the beautiful canopy of trees at Curtis Park.  Artists and makers include painters, sculptors, textile artists, and wood workers.  Live music, food trucks, a kids Zone and a pet refreshment station makes this a great way to finish out the summer.

This free event is open to the public and followed by Music in the Park. Come to our free event to support local artists, bring a picnic blanket and chairs to sit on while you watch the musicians or eat your food truck tasties from Kados Asian GrillMasa Giuseria, or Cowtown Creamery.

A big thanks to our sponsors Grateful Dog, Steffan Brown Realty, Renewal by Andersen, St. Hope Public Schools, and Farm Fresh to You for helping to make the fair possible.

Written by Heather for Sierra 2 and posted on Sunday, August 11th, 2019

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