A Look at the Plaza Art Fair

Kansas City welcomes the annual exhibit

Sofia Hughes, Staff Writer

Every year, artists from near and far set up their stalls for an eventful weekend at the Plaza Art Fair. The Plaza Art Fair began in 1932 to draw people to the area during the Great Depression and has persisted throughout Kansas City’s history. Now it recurs every fall, welcoming over 250,000 people to its streets. Artists set up for the weekend with original work and enjoy the opportunity to talk to people about their art, while fair-goers enjoy a day out perusing beautiful art and seeing the city. Here are some artists’ work from the fair.

This article isn’t sponsored, but the artists have been linked below. Feel free to visit their sites.

Artists: Amy Arnold & Kelsey Sauber Olds

aakso.com

 

Artists: Jonathan and Allison Metzger

midnightoilstudioworkshop.com

 

Artist: Mick Whitcomb

artifactsbynomad.com

 

Artists: Steve & Valerie Doerr

www.thewoodendoerr.com

 

Artist: Lynn Krause

lynnkrause.com

 

Artist: Rachael Adamiak

rachael-adamiak.square.site

 

Artist: Sue Mersman

suemersman.com

 

 

Bekah Ash

bekahash.com

 

Artist: Seth Smith

sethsmithstudio.com

 

Artist: Brendan Kramp

brendankramp.com

 

Artist: Annie Flynn

annieflynn.com

 

Artist: L. J. Eidolon

ljeidolon.com

 

Artist: Kreg Yingst

etsy.com/shop/workingarts

 

 

Artist: Richard Ryan

VMGlassArt.com

 

Artist: Dennis Angel

dennisangel.com