feeling a little artsy {local Atlanta GIVEAWAY} hurry! Ends Friday!

The Sandy Springs Artsapalooza is this weekend!   Head on out to the festival for some great food, amazing art and good times. It starts Saturday, April 20 from 10am until 6pm, and on Sunday from 11am until 6pm. There's even going to be some food trucks there...which I have been dying to try! Hope to see you out there in this gorgeous Atlanta weather we are having! (Minus the pollen...ugh)

Here's a link to the map and directions for the festival: Map & Directions

For those of you locally or in town this weekend, I've got a giveaway for you! Use the Rafflecopter form below to enter to win $25 in Artist Bucks for the festival! I will need a response from you rather quickly, so if you'd prefer I text you if you win, please go to my facebook page and send me a private message with your number. I will be pulling the winner around 12pm on Friday so that the festival team has time to get your moolah together.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

There are over 150 artists participating in this event. There will also be some interactive art stations (squeeee!), a number of musicians and even a children's play area. One local artist who will be there is Dana V. Lee. It just so happens that I went to high school with Dana V. Lee...I have always been in awe of her talent! Even when we were kids.  She's so creative and with so many things. Paint, spray paint, photography...you name it. She's amazing. And she's a rather awesome person to boot!  Pop by and see her near the Hammond Drive entrance in booth number 11.  Tell her feelingalittlelunchy sent you! Then spend your $25 Artist Bucks!

And please go like her facebook page:
>Art by Dana V. Lee's facebook

Check out how freaking talented she is: if I didn't love her, I'd hate her!


  1. i love marietta square. taking the kids to the farmers market is fun. i love the outdoor festivals in atlanta!

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  2. Thank you so much for supporting your local artists! This festival will not disappoint! Kids and adults braved last year's heat (it was in July) and still had a great time. This year, the weather will be perfect (high 60's low 70's). Atlanta Foundation For Public Spaces (AFFPS) puts on great festivals.

    And again, thank you for the kind words and wonderful representation.

    Dana Vaccaro--Lee (Dana V-Lee)


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