For more than 25 years, Celebration of Fine art has become known for its exceptional art, welcoming experience and interactive atmosphere. This event, referred to as “One of the World’s premier art events” by Arts & Antiques Magazine, brings in artists from across the United States to set up working studios and welcomes art lovers to interact with or simply watch these artists as they create their work over the course of the eight week show. With over 100+ artists, art lovers will see work in all mediums, including sculpture, paintings, jewelry, glass blowing, photography, furniture and more.
For over 25 years, The Celebration of Fine Art opens its doors to its “big white tents” and has become known for its exceptional art, welcoming experience, and interactive atmosphere. In addition to the artists inside, the highly anticipated Sculpture Court outside showcases some of the largest, diverse and monumental sculptures in the West. While strolling through the one-acre courtyard, visitors can also enjoy daily demonstrations of ceramic firings, bronze pours and wood turnings.
This is an event you don’t want to miss, so make sure to look for the big white tents and join the fun! For a list of this year’s participating artists click here.
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