Meet Pat at Art on the Avenue


Pat will be in booth 45W

Artwork for sale will include Christmas ornaments,
framed and unframed limited edition prints, Giclee, notecards, and more!
Pat may be available to hand sign your purchases!

Saturday, October 1, 2016
10 am – 6 pm
Del Ray neighborhood in Alexandria, Virginia

We’re Back at the Artisans & Farmers Market in Old Town, Alexandria


Market Square
301 King Street
Alexandria, VA

Saturdays 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

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Pat Palermino’s First Night Alexandria Folk Art

First Night revives the ancient traditions of marking the passage of time in a present day context. It was created by a group of civic-minded artists in Boston as a meaningful alternative to traditional New Year’s Eve revelry in 1976. Each year thereafter, other communities began to ask the founding members of First Night Boston for assistance starting their own similar celebration on New Year’s Eve. First Night Alexandria began in 1994.

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Pat Palermino’s The Spite House

A House Built by Spite

The house, 7 feet wide, about 25 feet deep and a whopping 325 square feet in two stories, is a tiny landmark on Queen Street in the Old Town district in Alexandria, Va. It’s called the Spite House because John Hollensbury, the owner of one of the adjacent houses, built it in 1830 to keep horse-drawn wagons and loiterers out of his alley. Indeed, the brick walls of the living room have gouges from wagon-wheel hubs.
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Pat Palermino’s The Statue of Liberty & NY Harbor Folk Art

The Jewish American poet Emma Lazarus saw the statue as a beacon to the world. A poem she wrote to help raise money for the pedestal, and which is carved on that pedestal, captured what the statue came to mean to the millions who migrated to the United States seeking freedom, and who have continued to come unto this day.

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See Pat Palermino in Alexandria, VA – America’s Top ArtPlaces 2013

The Alexandria King Street Art Festival returns September 7 – 8, 2013 with Pat Palermino and more than 200 of the finest artists in the country, an eclectic array of original artwork, live music, interactive art activities, and a free art giveaway. This highly anticipated two-day celebration of the arts is produced by national festival promoter Howard Alan Events and hosted by the City of Alexandria. Admission is free and open to the public.

Click here to see some of the artwork Pat will display at the Fair