Brandon artist and exhibit organizer, Scott King, in association with Tadpoles of Brandon, will present Scott King’s All New Outdoor Arts and Crafts Festival of Brandon on Saturday, March 31 from noon until dark in the Tadpoles Shopping Center in Brandon.

On Saturday, March 31, Tadpoles of Brandon will present Scott King’s All New Outdoor Arts and Crafts Festival of Brandon. The festival will be held in the Tadpoles of Brandon Shopping Center in the shady lot outside of Tadpoles of Brandon located at 115 E. Brandon Blvd. East in Brandon. Attendees can come any time from noon until dark.

Scott King is a local artist and exhibit organizer. King has been organizing events like this, multi-artist exhibitions as well as solo exhibitions since 2009. The exhibitions are both unique and memorable.

King, a resident of Brandon, is known for his freaky and macabre artwork. King describes his work as a cross between surrealistic and pop.

King said, “We will have nearly two dozen of the Tampa Bay area’s most incredible designers, craftspeople and entertainers. This will include award-winning miniature artist,  Ruth Soucek. Custom figure and costume designer, Carlton Jones will be on hand as will Case Max Illustration, Dr. Twistid, Warren Gibson, Cheeta Art, myself and many, many more. This will be my largest multi-artist event ever!” King added, “I am teaming up again with Tadpoles of Brandon producing what will be another family-friendly event!” King further added, “We will have special guests, acoustic guitarists TJ and Christian of Humanity’s Last Remains and fire poi: Ryan Robinson.”

As with many of King’s events, there is no cover charge. King promises that all who attend will have a fun time. ”I look forward again to seeing my friends and fans and meeting some new ones,” said King.

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