Beaver Creek Art Fest celebrates 30 years Aug. 5-6
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What: 30th anniversary of the Beaver Creek Art Festival.
When: Saturday, Aug. 5, and Sunday, Aug. 6, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Beaver Creek.
COST: Free and open to the public.
Juried, first-class outdoor art gallery showcasing local and national artists
Artists creating original works all weekend
Original handmade artwork
100-plus national and international artists
Artists hand-selected by independent panel of expert judges from hundreds of applicants
All artists on site for duration of festival
Vast array of artistic media including paintings, sculptures, photography, ceramics, glass, wood, handmade jewelry, collage, mixed media
Parking with complimentary shuttle
Pets on leashes welcome
AVON — Beaver Creek Resort will transform into an outdoor art showcase during the 30th anniversary celebration of the Beaver Creek Art Festival taking place today through Sunday. Two levels of the resort will feature more than 100 national and international artists, filled with all mediums of fine art for two days.
Works include everything from sparkling jewels and one-of-a-kind paintings to exquisitely crafted glasswork and an art deco sculpture. The two-day event is free. Attendees can spend time with artists creating their masterful works on the Base of the Mountain level.
Wide Array of Mediums
The 30th anniversary Beaver Creek Art Festival represents original, hand crafted artwork selected by an independent panel of expert judges from hundreds of applicants.
The careful vetting process ensures a wide array of mediums and price ranges will be offered during the festival.
Visitors to the 30th Anniversary Beaver Creek Art Festival are encouraged to engage the artists and discover the inspirations and processes behind each stunning work. All artists are on-site for the duration of the two-day festival. Guests may park in the lower lots located along U.S. Highway 6 and ride the free shuttle up to Beaver Creek Village.
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