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 Thank you for joining us at our

  Spring 2017 Art on Palm @ Arlington Garden!

It was a beautiful day in this spectacular public garden
and we thank you, one and all, for making this event an
ongoing success.

Dear Art on Palm Enthusiasts,

Thank you for attending and supporting Art on Palm over the past thirteen years.

While our Spring 2017 show is now complete, we invite you to visit our  Artists page in order to locate and contact any of our participating artists.  This extensive listing will give you a feel for what you can expect when you visit us in person at our next show.

And speaking of next shows, watch this space for future show dates when they become available. 

Join our List

If you would like to join our e-mail list so that we can send you friendly reminders about upcoming shows, simply send an email to catherine@artonpalm.com and we'll include you in our Friends list.

And, of course, should you have any questions about Art on Palm, please feel free to contact us.

Thank you for your support and we look forward to seeing you at a future event.

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A Brief History

Art on Palm, a biannual art event, began in 2004 with 7 classmates, in the charming Altadena backyard garden of artist Mary Jane Elgin.

Conceived by and for artists, Art on Palm now accommodates more than 40 artists.  For 13 years, the show was presented in private Altadena gardens on Palm Street.  And now, though Art on Palm has grown and moved from its original home, it retains a commitment to present work that is refined, diverse and locally handcrafted, making it one of the finest boutique art events in the greater Los Angeles area. 

Giving Back

It is also noteworthy, that since its humble beginnings, Art on Palm has never lost focus on one of its most important core values: the desire to give back and share its success with local not-for-profit organizations.

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Art on Palm artists share a portion of their sales with the Creative Arts Group in neighboring Sierra Madre. Creative Arts Group (CAG) was founded in 1960 by six couples to provide quality art experiences and instruction.  This important mission includes ImaginArt, a program specially designed to challenge the creativity and inspire the imagination of elementary school age children from Sierra Madre Elementary School.  You can learn more about their ongoing programs by visiting www.creativeartsgroup.org or by visiting our Friends page.

In addition to the partnership with Creative Arts Group, the Spring 2017 show was hosted by Arlington Garden in Pasadena.  The three acre grounds of Arlington Garden are unique in many ways and this beautiful public garden space is open year round for your enjoyment.  If you've not yet paid a visit to this wonderful space, we recommend highly that you find some time to visit.

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