The Fine Arts & Sculpture Festival located in Heritage Plaza in Mountain Village highlights a select group of fine art vendors. Car lovers and art lovers alike can stroll around Heritage Plaza and feast their eyes on fine jewelry, paintings, photography, ceramics, metalwork and much, much more. Whether you’re coming from the Concours on the Golf Course or just passing through, the Fine Arts & Sculpture Festival is open to the public to enjoy!
Vendor applications for this event open in January 2023.
Application for the 2023 Arts Festival will be available in January 2023.
Michael has been a contemporary artist for over 35 years, having several galleries, one in Denver and the other in the Florida Keys. He has collectors all over the world. They are drawn to his very unique medium, pastels on canvas. And, currently, now incorporating a new series of of resin over the canvas, with Gold Leaf, to create a glass like, one of a kind stunning effect.
Sherry Little Fawn Schuessler- Nature Photographer- Schuessler Studios.
Sherry Little Fawn Schuessler has been a photographer for over 30 years. Specializing in Landscape and Nature/Wildlife Photography
Sherry’s photography has been featured in the International Library of Photography for her Black and White piece “Waiting for Daddy”. In May 2013, her photo “Seasons” was selected (out of 10,000 entries- 50 were selected) for the exhibition (I’ll be your mirror) for the 1650 Gallery Juried Photography Exhibition in Los Angeles. Sherry’s work can be seen on the front cover of several publications:
Magazine Highlands Ranch Lifestyles Aug. edition with her special dog photography. Also on the cover of the book “Apache Shaman’s Journey” by Priscilla Wolf. Her German Shepherd Photography can be seen several times in the new book “The complete guide to German Shepherds” By David Daigneault and in the book “Old Dog” by Dr. Joanna De Klerk both on amazon.com
Josh Hirt- Mixed Media- Josh Hirt Studios-
Josh Hirt Studios specializes in Mixed Media artistry, metal work, wood bending and abstract imagery.
As a former builder of the new and shiny, Josh has an ironic, yet deep, appreciation for forgotten structures left to the harsh elements of time and nature. He believes there is wonderful beauty in decay, which exists all around us, as well as within. His drive is to present these unique relics in a way that not only tells their story, but shows them in a new light and in their current state of glory.
John Hoyt- Sculpture