Day 200 – Jeanine Taylor Folk Art in Sanford FL on First Street

Jeanine Taylor Folk Art in Sanford

Jeanine Taylor Folk Art in Sanford

Right next to Gallery on First in Sanford you will find another great art gallery, Jeanine Taylor Folk Art. Jeanine Taylor is promoting contemporary folk artists at her gallery in order to bring the public closer to Southern folk art and its importance to our heritage. With more than 20 featured artists and 8 working artist studios inside the gallery, you will certainly find some very unique pieces. I am loving the variety and colors and really appreciate that we have such a great place in Sanford! So when you’re asking for things to do during the day in Sanford, stroll down First Street and visit Jeanine Taylor’s folk art gallery. Make sure to bring the kids and show them what Southern folk art is about.

An upcoming event that I found on Jeanine’s web site is set for April 17-19, 2009 as follows (quote):

IRS Event

Date: April 17-19, 2009
Time:
Gallery Hours, Friday and Saturday 10a -6p, Sunday 12 – 5p
Location: 211 East First Street, Sanford Historic District
Details: Back for a second year, this short term event (dubbed the Inventory Renewal Show) follows tax day by a hair. So that we can make room for summer inventory, Jeanine will hand pick a variety of art to be offered at special prices. On Friday, pieces selected for the show will be 10% off; on Saturday 20% off; and Sunday, 30% off.

Address and info:

Jeanine Taylor Folk Art
211 E 1st St
Sanford, FL 32771
(407) 323-2774

Author: Claudia

Hi, my name is Claudia! I live, work and play in Sanford, FL. To top it all off, I am also totally in love with Sanford! My husband Jose and I are Realtors in Sanford, FL and help people realize their dreams of home ownership. We have two sons, Nicolas (2011) and Lukas (2013). I am originally from Germany, moved here in 2004. In 2008 I started Sanford365.com. I love everything that says creativity. Design is my passion, no matter if Graphic, Web or Fashion Design - and I am also into photography :) I'm also very social and love to hang out with my family and friends, be it for a kids play date or a fun night out ;)

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  1. I went in here and I have to say I love art. Being from California this little street made me feel like I was in Berkeley, ca for a momment. However I must say this, and I don’t want to. I walked in and noticed that everyone else who walked in was greeted. However I was not, now I must say that the lady there made eye contact, but there was no hello. What I find strange is that everyone eles who walked in got a hello. I happen to be the only person there who was not white. What can I say no matter how upper class these white folk try to be. They still carry that southern racist mentality. I was so turned off I left. Anyways this town well never be the libreal hot bed of intelect or anything else. Its a small southern town filled with rednecks who are trying to act like upper middle class libreals ,intellecuals who are into art and other stuff. They are fake fake fake. They will never be that no way.

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