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17th Annual Carmel Arts FestivalWednesday, April 28, 2010 by Steve Hill
Filed under: Exhibits and Events
I have again been juried into The 17th Annual Carmel Art Festival, which will be held May 13-16, in Carmel, California. All artists paint (rather furiously) for 2 days and turn our best 2 pieces in (framed) for jury on Friday evening. The festival opens to the public at 10 a.m. Saturday and runs through Sunday, the 16th. There are 60 artists participating in this multi-national event.

The juried pieces are displayed Saturday and Sunday, in a large, covered outdoor pavilion at Davendorf Park in Carmel, where they are put into a silent auction. A live auction on Saturday afternoon follows for pieces receiving more than 10 silent auction bids, with an awards ceremony held after the auction. A “quick draw” for award winners is held on Sunday, from 10-12. Attendance numbers in the thousands and it's a great way to see plein air painting in action, meet the artists, and enjoy the beautiful scenery and weather of the Monterrey Peninsula.

An on-line “Absentee Bidding” process is now in place for this festival. To get on the mailing list, email Hella at: [email protected]

Beach Anatomy, Point Lobos
Beach Anatomy, Point Lobos
To see the 2010 schedule of events, go to their web site: www.carmelartfestival.org

The image here is a piece I did at Point Lobos, during last year's festival. It is titled: "Beach Anatomy" and will also be in my upcoming show at Agora Gallery in New York this July 13th. www.agora-gallery.com

Reader Comments



1. Friday, April 30, 2010 @ 11:57:58 AM by cherise
Hey Steve & Judy, happy Spring!! if you are driving down for the show, give a call maybe we could connect? The work looks excellent, I hear a lot more pastel artists are leaving behind the mat and framing directly to the work w/spacer, have you tried that yet? all is busy just now in Custom framing world! hugs cherise
2. Monday, May 03, 2010 @ 5:50:52 PM by Jeanie Flynn
Nice one, Steve! Beach Anatomy


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