Railroad Street Art Market organizers inviting artists, makers to be a part of annual event

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NAVASOTA, Texas (KBTX) – All artists and makers are invited to participate in an upcoming event.

The 2nd Annual Railroad Street Art Market is June 15 in Navasota’s Railroad district, but the deadline for vendors to apply is Monday, May 20.

“If you make something homemade, we want to see your work,” organizer Cheyenne Downs said. “We want you out here.”

Organizers will block off a portion of Railroad Street and reserve space in the P.A. Smith Hotel to showcase artists.

“There’s also gonna be a Sip n’ Shop happening that same day so, so we’re gonna have a lot of people on the streets that day,” Downs said. “It’s gonna be a lot of fun.”

If you would like to apply, email [email protected].

You can meet some artists and makers who’ll be a part of the event below.

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Ben Lewis is the creator of Ben Doodling. He draws pictures that depict landmarks, words and phrases of schools, cities, music groups and more.

His business began as a hobby that started during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Artist Carrolyn Breeden loves the countryside and paints pieces that depict moments from her life.

She said painting is a hobby that she does weekly with a group.

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Melissa Stough can please your sweet tooth.

She’s the owner of Utterly Sweet Freeze Dried Treats.

She freeze dries fruits and candy like Jolly Ranchers, Nerds and Taffy.

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Justin Skrobarczyk is the owner of Laguna Boss.

It’s a woodworking business that offers handmade boards, lazy susans, dining tables and whisky smokers among other things.

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