Pick up classy prints of fine art at Snap's Print Day this Saturday


  • Elena Vizerskaya
Although Snap! Orlando has always been acquisition-friendly, even from their beginnings as an annual exposition of fine art photography, today marks their first community art sale. Even those who don’t style themselves serious collectors can get in on the one-day-only action by shopping for limited-edition prints – most priced between $50 and $300 – by local artists including Tina Craig, Erika Rech, Thomas Thorspecken, Dan Hess, Marcus Adkins, Chris Tobar Rodriguez and Orlando Weekly Best of Orlando award-winner (“Best Young Artist Putting Orlando on the Map”) Nathan Selikoff. International artists repped by Snap! like Mark Gmehling (who painted Snap’s enormous “drinsch” mural), Andrew Soria, Elena Vizerskaya and Patricia Van DeCamp will also have prints for sale. If you’ve ever wanted your very own Gmehling “drinsch,” or a slice of “Analog Artist, Digital World” Orlando as captured by Thorspecken, now’s the time to bust open the piggy bank. 

11 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 29 | Snap! Space, 1013 E. Colonial Drive | snaporlando.com | free


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