Dover, N. J. (PressExposure) April 19, 2011 -- Internationally exhibited artist David Derr of D2 Studios will be featured for the sixth consecutive year at the renowned GAGA Arts Festival in Garnerville, NY on April 30 and May 1, 2011. At this year's show, Derr who excels in painting, graphic arts and assemblages will have some of his newest creations on display including digital works.
Also exhibiting in the same booth will be Debra Hulse-Derr showcasing a selection of fine hand-made jewelry for all occasions and tastes.
GAGA Arts is billed as the lower Hudson Valley's premier arts festival and the 2011 edition certainly should not disappoint the almost 5000 people who attend every year.
Situated in a Civil War era textile mill just a short distance outside New York City there will be open artist studios & demonstrations, live music, crafts bazaar children's workshops, film, dance, Creekside Sculpture Trail exhibitions and a variety of foods...
Mr. Derr employs a wide cross section of artistic disciplines including traditional and digital painting, mixed media, assemblages and photography. His works have recently been displayed at the European Council of International Schools in Nice, France; and Art Expo in New York City.
Mr. Derr has won numerous awards including: the Adobe Digital Imaging Competition, International. Digital Mural Competition and NY Art Director's Club. He has been featured in Gallery and Studio Magazine, Photoshop User, and Digital Fine Arts Magazine as well as numerous online exhibitions and websites.
Digital representations of Mr. Derr's licensed properties are available upon request.
For additional information please call David Derr at 973-442-8300 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
GAGA is located at the Garnerville Arts & Industrial Center, 55 Railroad Avenue, Garnerville, NY 10923 in the Village of West Haverstraw, Rockland County. For directions and additional information, visit: [http://www.gagaartscenter.org;] call 845-947-7108, or email gaga@garnervillearts
Dates are Saturday and Sunday, April 30th and May 1st from 11 AM to 6 PM [rain or shine]. Admission is $7 -Children under 14 accompanied by an adult are free.