Art at the edges of the Inman Park Festival 2011 (2)

Inman Park Festival 2011


More than 150 artists and craft makers will be part of the Inman Park Festival's massive street market this weekend. In between the world-record-breaking Gnome March and the totally sweet Tour of Homes, you'll be able to peruse R Land's "Pray for ATL" stuff, Mike Snowden's guitars, and some "Visionary Glass." You could get that painting of a blue cat that you never knew you wanted. Check out a full list of the vendors.

Just outside the edges of the festival, though, a number of galleries will have their doors open to public during the festival on Saturday. Check out our list of exhibitions not to miss after the jump.

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