The Estero Fine Art Show returns to JetBlue Park in Fort Myers on Jan. 7 and 8 featuring the work of more than 80 top artists and artisans from throughout the United States.
Many of the artists exhibiting are returning to the art show scene after suffering damage and loss from Hurricane Ian. It’s never been a better time to support the local artists.
Nationally recognized ceramic sculptor Debra Steidel is a highlight of the upcoming show. The artist has been featured in national magazines and has exhibited her work at top fine art shows across the nation.
Steidel’s flowing forms are heavily influenced by the art nouveau period, Tiffany and the roots of the American arts and craft movement. Steidel presents her latest crystalline glazed porcelain vessels with hand-built porcelain sculptural figures and cast class elements adorning each piece.
Join Steidel and 80 other top artists at JetBlue Park, 11500 Fenway South Drive, Fort Myers (just off Daniels Parkway near Gateway).
Admission is free. Explore the beautiful state-of-the-art park with plenty of convenient parking, live music, fabulous food and don’t miss the Youth Art Competition.
The two-day show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. For more information, go to HotWorks.org.