Myths & Legends in the month of June at Art Of Toys!

Exhibit Dates: June 6th – July 1st, 2017

This June at Art Of Toys we are featuring artists that are exploring Myths & Urban Legends with their art. An urban legend is a form of modern folklore consisting of usually fictional stories, often with macabre elements, deeply rooted in local popular culture. These legends can be used for entertainment purposes, as well as for semi-serious explanations for random events such as disappearances and strange objects.

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Cause I’m Happy Chris Cinder blog


Featured Art: Chris Cinder- Painter, Preston Craig – Painter, Dan Crowley- finger puppets, Laurelin Gilmore- sculpture, Jared Konopitski- painter, Claire Voigtlander- embroidery, Kelly Witte- painter, and more.

Sheep in Wolf’s Clothing-The Workday by Laurelin Gilmore

Come discover the secrets of the Myths & Urban Legends of the world. The whole family will have fun with art and toy for Myths and legend galore! Start your 2nd Saturday adventure first at Art Of Toys in the heart of the Handle District then choose from 22 restaurants within walking distance!


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Big Foot by Mary Rowe