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Lakefront Festival of Art 2012

There was good weather, a good crowd, and lots of fun at the festival this weekend

By - Jun 19th, 2012 11:00 am
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Somehow it always rains at the Milwaukee Art Museum’s Lakefront Festival of Art, and this past weekend was no exception. But it was mostly good weather and a good crowd at the 50th anniversary celebration on Friday through Sunday, on the museum’s grounds along Lake Michigan.

The LFOA started as a two-day festival in 1963, with about 100 exhibitors. The family-friendly event has evolved to become one of the top 25 art festivals in the country, featuring work by more than 170 artists, including jewelry, painting, sculpture, photography and more.

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3 thoughts on “Photo Gallery: Lakefront Festival of Art 2012”

  1. Peter Zanghi says:

    Would love to see this placed permanently somewhere in downtown Milwaukee. Beautiful sculpture.

  2. Tyrell Track Master says:

    Alas, it is the nature of sand art that it gets washed away eventually. It’s rather Buddhist when you think about it.

  3. Peter Zanghi says:

    Didn’t realize this posts to the whole article, referring specifically to picture 10. Anyone know where that will end up?

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