January 11th - March 24th, 2019




Sign-up for glass blowing classes with Gregory Tomb

This year, the EXPO welcomes glass artist, Gregory Tomb. Join Gregory in his studio in the Sculpture Garden where he will be demonstrating and giving glass blowing and fused glass classes. Take home your own creation! A glass bowl, pumpkin, paperweight or flower. CLICK HERE to sign up for a Hot Glass Experience class. CLICK HERE for the Fused Glass Experience class. Glass classes will continue throughout the EXPO


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visit 115 artists studios within our 44,ooo sq.ft tent

Bronze, Stone, & Wood Sculptures, Southwest Art, Western Art, Metal Art, Paintings, Watercolor, Oil, Acrylic, Mixed Media, Pen & Ink, Graphite & Pencil Drawings, Mid-Century Modern, Contemporary, Realism, Modern, Impressionism, Marine Art, Glass, Floral, Carvings, Gourds, Photography, Jewelry  and so much more.



Anthony barbano Learn Flameworking:intro to borosilicate glass

Anthony Barbano specializes in hand-blown gold and silver fumed glass jewelry, a contemporary glass blowing technique. Fume glass involves melting 24K gold and pure silver into glass. This year, Anthony is giving demonstrations in the Sculpture Garden, as well as offering glass classes in the art of Flameworking: Introduction to Boroscilicate at the EXPO.  For more information click below.



The Sculpture Garden is the perfect setting for live music on the weekends.  We have a wonderful line-up of musicians throughout the ten-weeks of EXPO including: Derric Butler & Alan Dequina, Paul McDermand, Marc Beecher, Brandon Gaesser, Billy Abot and Gary Myers. Click the link below to view dates and times for each of the musicians.

Lunch with us


The Cafe de EXPO is open daily from 11 am - 3 pm.  Christine Hauber and Caroline Kwas provide a fresh, unique daily menu with recipes from around the world. Join us for lunch in the cafe or on the patio in the Sculpture Garden. Spend the afternoon talking to the artists and exploring the array of fine art for sale within our 44,000 sq.ft tents.