By: Emily Johnson
April 20, 2014
Tallahassee, FL - Downtown Tallahassee was the spot to be for the 14th Annual LeMoyne Chain of Parks Art Festival. It was a two day event that wrapped up on Easter Sunday. This year they had more than 150 artists from around the county to attend. The festival started as a way for LeMoyne to help raise funds, but now has grown into helping others understand and support the artists' culture.
"It's part of LeMoyne's mission to encourage people to appreciate art understand art and purchase art and help artists with their careers," said Kelly Dozier, LeMoyne Festival Chair.
One of the artists at the festival was Ron McClendon, Sr. McClendon is the oldest original highwayman still living. He best know for his work in painting Florida scenes.