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2020 Crosby Festival of the Arts will take place on June 26, June 27 and June 28 at Toledo Botanical Garden.
 

The 55th Annual Crosby Festival of the Arts

Northwest Ohio’s premier fine arts festival took place on June 26 thru 28, 2020 at Toledo Botanical Garden and featured the work of more than 200 artists from across the country. Support for the Crosby Festival of the Arts is provided by the Ohio Arts Council.

Crosby Festival of the Arts (CFA) is a highly recognized fine art show. Since 1965, CFA has been held at Toledo Botanical Garden (formerly Crosby Gardens), set amidst the beauty of gardens and nature.  Celebrating its 55th year, this festival is heralded as Ohio’s oldest outdoor juried art festival.  As the only show of its size and caliber in our region, participating artists are received enthusiastically by 15,000 or more guests each year.

This 3-day art show not only featured beautiful artwork, but great local food, drinks, live music and activities for children.

 

Supported by:

Ohio Arts Council

2019 Crosby Festival of the Arts Award Winners:

BEST IN SHOW

Xiao Xia Zhang Minich - (Fiber)

Ceramics

1st Place - Tom Marino

2nd place - Kaname Takada

3rd place - Ann Tubbs

Fiber

1st place - Sue Lances

2nd place - Petty Shepard

3rd place - Sarah Martin

Glass

1st place - Seth Bickis

2nd place - Mark Sudduth

3rd place - Berry Davis

Jewelry

1st place - Jennifer Pottner

2nd place - Ray & Amy Bridewell

3rd place - Angela Welti

Mixed Media

1st place - Chuck Wimmer

2nd place - Jesse Richard

3rd place - Bonita Miner

Painting

1st place - Thomas Sorrell

2nd place - Marshelia Williams

3rd place - John Krieger

Photography

1st place - Michael Colter

2nd place - Tina Leto

3rd place - Thomas Styczynski

Sculpture

1st place - Darren Miller

2nd place - Todd Kime

3rd place - Cherie Haney

Wood

1st place - Victor Sergent

2nd place - James Spencer

3rd place - Neil Kemarly

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