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Sunnyside Artists to Hold Art Fair Sunday

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June 10, 2014 By Christian Murray

A group of Sunnyside and Woodside artists is holding its seventh annual art fair this Sunday.

The event, organized by, will take place at the Queen of Angels parish hall–which is located on the corner of 44th Street and Skillman Avenue. The event–officially called the Queen of Angels Art Fair VII– is held each year in June. Typically about 1,000 people attend.

About 35 artists are expected to exhibit their work at this year’s event, where they will set up tables to display and sell their art between 12:00 pm and 5 pm.

Artists will include regulars, such as Mihai Stancescu, offering oil tempera on board; Betty-Ann Hogan, an oil painter; and Ellen Mandelbaum, a stained glass artist. Among the new faces will be Gilly Gil-Lugo, an art teacher and illustrator.

Furthermore, Trevor Sparks and Emily O’Leary, who both work at the new art store Artists and Craftsman Supply, will exhibit their work.

The event will include food provided by Murphy’s Lobster Grill and Bliss 46 Bistro.


Date: Sunday, June 15

Time:  12pm – 5pm

Location:  Queen of Angels parish hall (44th Street & Skillman Ave)

Entrance is free

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