|Artists at Work
What's an arts festival without artists? One of the favourite activities at our Arts Festival is the opportunity for festival visitors to experience art-making up close as you watch artists create in real time.
This is a chance for the public to engage in informal conversations about artistic processes. And best of all? YOU get to try your hand at it too!
Check back in the spring for more information on our 2019 Artists at Work.
Look Who Came in 2018!
Artists at Work at the Didsbury Train Station was bursting at the seams with a full house of fabulous Alberta artists and artisans. We had talent from Bowden, Didsbury, Carstairs, Innisfail, and Sundre! Some loved past Festivals that they knew they had to be here again; some were newcomers who really enjoyed meeting all our art lovers.
Bill Anthony, Unique Stained Glass Works
Cheryl Beck, Cheryl Beck Studios
Jim Brown, Jim Brown's Paintings
Lance Ghostkeeper, Lance Ghostkeeper Photography
Mark Hennekam, Shining Brow Designs
Dennis Humphrey, Copper Jewellery
Wayne Rivers, Wayne Rivers Leather Work
Robin Rohl, Bird's Nest Designs
Melany Sealy, Rusty Brush Art and Gifts
Patricia Weatherby, Weatherby's Wreaths
CALL TO ARTISTS
Our Call to Artists for the 2019
Mountain View Arts Festival will be
sent out in the spring.
Please check back often and follow
us on Facebook @mvartsfest for the latest updates.
What is a Visual Artist?
Those who paint, carve, sculpt, take photos,
craftsmen who work with pottery, stained glass,
wood, jewellery, or metal, clothing designers, photojournalists, those who design clothes,
create digital images, sketch caricatures
& illustrations, design floral arrangements.
And We Have All of Them!