41st Annual Santa Fe Spring Arts Festival Poster Unveiled

Angela Hoppe’s painting of the Cellon Oak combines beauty with history. The Cellon Oak is one of Florida’s co-champion live oak trees.

This tree and the property around it were donated to Alachua County by Ralph Cellon, a founding member of the Santa Fe College Foundation and a descendent of one of Alachua County’s original pioneer families.

  • Name: Florida Co-Champion Live Oak – (Quercus virginiana var. virginiana)
  • Where: The Cellon Live Oak sits in Cellon Oak Park, owned by Alachua County, 3 miles south of LaCrosse, Fla.
  • Stats: Circumference = 360 inches (30 feet); Height = 85 feet; Average Crown Spread = 160 feet
  • More information: Visit the tree online

Festival April 10 and 11 in downtown Gainesville

This year’s festival is scheduled for April 10 and 11. Read more at the festival’s website or contact Festival Coordinator Kathryn Lehman at 352-395-5355.

Festival press release by Jess Delaney

Poster signing press release by Jess Delaney with more information about artist Angela Hoppe

Entertainment schedule – PDF

Poster image file – large, high res file – jpg