Sunriver Art Fair – Where Art Shines Bright.
Applications for the 2019 Sunriver Art Fair are open.
Sunriver Art Fair provides a dramatic outdoor gallery where the whole family can explore,
enjoy and experience outstanding art and entertainment in a relaxed, scenic setting, August 9-11, 2019. This year’s fair promises to be the best yet!
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Sunriver Art Fair is a 3-day, juried fine arts event held in the beautiful Village at Sunriver.
More than 80 artists will display and sell their artwork, including ceramics, glass, jewelry,
painting, photography, sculpture, textiles, woodworking, drawing and mixed media. There is a
mix of styles to meet a range of personal tastes and budgets. It makes for a great weekend of art,
music and sunshine for all to enjoy. Several favorite artists are returning as well as many new
artists who will be on display for the first time this year.
The Sunriver Art Fair is a year in the planning involving more than 140 volunteers of the Sunriver Women’s Club, held in the Village at Sunriver. “Consistently stunning array of fine art, price points are appropriate, and it’s located in a picturesque setting within the heart of Central Oregon, located in a high desert resort with beautiful views and wonderful family activities.” “Level of artist talent is high. High caliber event, well run, something for everyone!”
“Many people do not know that our Art Fair has a greater philanthropic purpose. As the
largest fundraiser for the Sunriver Women’s Club, our net proceeds go directly to local
nonprofits helping children and families,” states Meyer. “We are extremely proud of the positive
impact our efforts have had in the larger community.”
Over the last several years, the nonprofit club has distributed more
than $600,000 to community agencies that meet the basic needs (i.e., shelter, health, food,
clothing and education) in the Three Rivers and South Deschutes County area.
Join art lovers, collectors, browsers, and many others Friday, August 9 and Saturday
August 10, 9:30 am-6 pm, and Sunday, August 11, 9:30 am-4 pm.