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Foregound “Liberty Hill Couple” – Sharon Corgan Leeber Background – “Guardian” – Brad Goldberg

This Artisan Market is a juried handcraft show to be held in conjunction with the 40th Anniversary Celebration of the International Sculpture Symposium, the legacy of which resides in the International Sculpture Park in Liberty Hill.  The Celebration serves to raise funds and bring awareness of the Sculpture Park’s needs to the local community.*  The Celebration will feature working public demonstrations by local sculptors, International Sculpture Park tours, food trucks, a car show, and the Artisan Market.  We expect attendees from Liberty Hill and surrounding communities, and the central Texas art community.

The Celebration will be held outdoors at Lions Foundation Park (355 TX-332 Loop, Liberty Hill, TX 78642) on Saturday, October 15, 2016, from 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. culminating in an art auction beginning at 4:00 p.m.  The Artisan Market will be set up in a central location between the sculptors and the food trucks.  Free parking for vendors is available on site.

In addition to a booth fee of $25, you are also asked to donate an item for the art auction to be held Saturday afternoon.  On your application, please provide a description and retail dollar value of the item you will donate to the Foundation for the auction at the Celebration.  Be advised that a retail value minimum of $25 is required for participation in the Market.

Please only apply if the products you intend to sell are handcrafted by you.

Western Vision - Ann Merck

Western Vision – Ann Merck


Thank you for your interest in our Artisan Market,

Robin Lingren
Organizing Committee Member
(512) 913-3464

*More information about the Sculpture Park is available at www.lhsculptures.com or on Facebook “Liberty Hill International Sculpture Park”.  Conservation and maintenance tasks need to be funded and performed to preserve the works of art.  The Foundation is also raising funds to create a new sculpture park, build a facility to house some of the more fragile pieces along with Liberty Hill historical memorabilia, and sponsor a future international sculpture symposium.