The 2019 Three Rivers Art Festival takes place this weekend in historic downtown Covington. The festival is one of the largest juried art festivals in the region, featuring 200 artists from across the United States, live art demonstrations, live music, local cuisine, a children’s village and much more. Admission is free! Threeriversartfestival.com
As an award-winning jeweler, Ashleigh Branstetter’s designs illustrate her belief that simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.
Each piece in her collection is unique and handmade. Working from her New Orleans studio, she shapes the jewelry to celebrate the distinctive qualities of a gemstone. She hand-selects diamonds, pearls and precious stones, using minimal tools and drawing on traditional techniques to create jewelry that is elegant, timeless and highly refined.
Ashleigh’s work is influenced by the vibrant natural and cultural environment of her home in New Orleans, and she draws inspiration from floral formations as well as from the rich textures of the urban environment. She often works in close collaboration with her clients to create custom, one-of-a-kind pieces.
Meet Ashleigh Branstetter and see her elegant work at Three Rivers Art Festival in Historic Downtown Covington November 9th and 10th (Saturday and Sunday) at Booth #517. Find Ashleigh on FB or visit ashleighbranstetter.com for more info.
Don’t miss the free public concert at the Covington Trailhead featuring Johnny Hayes & the Loveseats, presented by the Covington Three Rivers Art Festival! Drinks will be available for purchase at this event.
The concert takes place at 419 N. New Hampshire St. (The Covington Trailhead) on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 7 – 9:30 p.m. Johnny Hayes is an Alabama native whose rock-blues style gained notoriety on Season 12 of a show called “The Voice”, where Johnny advanced to the top 24 live rounds! Spectacular.
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