PRLog - March 18, 2014 - MARLBOROUGH, Mass. -- 175 master craft designers and fine artists were selected from every corner of America to participate in the 17th annual Paradise City Arts Festival at the Royal Plaza Trade Center in Marlborough, MA. Visit http://www.paradisecityarts.com/
Rich Dunbrack's grandfather clock made from architectural details.
AmericanStyle Magazine writes, “Treats for the eye and the ear greet visitors at Paradise City Marlborough…
Fine and functional art are usually taken quite seriously. Why are Paradise City’s artists up to some serious funny business this spring? “Laughing Matters!”, the special exhibit in the Sculpture Café, explores the visual lexicon of all that makes us smile. From visual puns and exaggeration to satire and whimsy, this year’s exhibitors prove that a little levity can go a very long way. Visit http://www.paradisecityarts.com/
Live jazz entertains attendees every day in the sunlit Sculpture Café. Paradise City presents music from the Great American Songbook by the JD Jazz Trio on Friday. On Saturday, The O-Tones play swing and Motown music that gets you dancing in the aisles! Soulful singer Mary Witt is accompanied by bass, guitar, percussion and three-part harmony. Take a seat in the Sculpture Café on Sunday and listen to red-hot vocals and cabaret crooning by Barbara Ween, a true Jazz Diva, with Café Society.
A coat check station at the door benefits the Marlborough Public Schools Music Association. There are acres of free parking, and delicious food, beverages and desserts are available at the event.