Artists United’s Autumn Art Fest Is This Weekend At The Cove


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Artists United’s 13th Annual Autumn Art Fest is this weekend, Nov. 6-7, from 10am-5pm at the Normandy Park Cove Building, located at 1500 SW Shorebrook Drive.

There will be art demonstrations, art raffles, and original art from more than 50 local artists: oil, watercolor, photography, mixed media, jewelry, ceramics.

Refreshments available, and admission is FREE.

According to the Burien Arts website:

Artists United is an organization of fine art artists who reside mostly in South King County. Artists United, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1949 and in 2009 had 109 members.

The purpose of Artists United is: 1) further community interest in art, and 2) to encourage members toward individual artistic development.

Artists United members are from all walks of life. Amongst the group are engineers, educators, homemakers, business and medical professionals, graphics, interior and art designers and others. As artists they are professionals, semi-professionals and students of art. Among the artists, there are many award winners some of whom, who have achieved regional and national acclaim.

Artists United exhibits in several venues throughout the area.   Meetings are held September through June. The meeting consists of a sack lunch social meeting followed by a business meeting and an art demonstration. Visitors are welcome. For those wishing to become a member, annual dues of $30 and contact information are requested. The membership chairperson will provide organization by-laws and standing rules and information about membership.

Further information about Artists United can be obtained by contacting Artists United at PO Box 48031, Burien, WA 98166-1979.

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