Featured Vase - LaChaussee
"Artesanos del Valle" - Amado Peña, Jr
Palm Springs Arts Festivals - 2nd Annual
Friday, Saturday & Sunday
January 17, 18 & 19, 2014
Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday*
February 14, 15, 16 & 17, 2014
Hours are: 10 AM to 5:00 PM for all 3 shows
at the Festival Grounds on Crossley Rd at Ramon Rd
(across from Wal-Mart SuperCenter)
Palm Springs, California 92264
In the birthplace of Western Chic, Palm Springs Arts Festivals is pleased to present 175 of the finest traditional and contemporary artists from throughout the West, Southwest and the World to dazzle your eyes.
We were honored to have had as our Featured Artists for our first season internationally acclaimed master artist Amado Peña, Jr of Santa Fe, NM , master bronze sculptress Felicia of Vail Valley, CO and master glass sculptors, Dan & Joi LaChaussee of Whidbey Island, WA. We will be announcing our Featured Artists for the 2014 Season over the Summer 2013.
* - Because our Februay date is over the 3 day Presidents' Weekend (for some), we have designed this show as a 4 day show - Friday through the Monday Holiday. Artists will be able to choose to participate all 4 days, or 3 of the 4 (Fri-Sun or Sat-Mon), or any 2 consecutive days for the same price. As everyone works on a different schedule that weekend and our venue affords fast and easy setup, many more Southern California will be able to participate.
In February we debuted Palm Springs Indian Market featuring numerous nationally regarded Native American artists. All have been selected by jury for the Autry Museum Indian Market, Heard Museum or The Gathering shows. Headlining our show within a show was internationally famous Amado Peña, Jr of NM, along with noted Cherokee artist, Patricia McAllister of AR. were joined by noted artists and jewelers from Santo Domingo Pueblo to Seattle. We are working now on scheduling for 2012.
The many other renowned artists chosen for this event will display a wide variety both fine art and quality craft
ranging from contemporary watercolors, acrylic and oil paintings to traditional Southwestern pottery and images, Navajo and custom jewelry to monumental
sculpture and wildly colored glass art to photography and much much more! Their offerings will provide every level of art lover the
perfect opportunity to begin or to add to a collection after meeting the works' creator.
Our Food Court will feature the "World Famous" Palm Springs Lions Club's
Pancake Breakfast and offers a variety of reasonably priced specialties throughout the day.
The Lions Club will host a Beer & Wine Garden with musical entertainment provided each day by national recording stars, Palm Springs High School Alumni and Palm Springs Walk of Stars honorees, The Evaro Family for your enjoyment.
Hours 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Gates close at 4:00 PM
Admission to the Festival is $5 for adults; under 18 and active Military and their spouses are free!
General parking is free!
The venue is handicapped accessible with only Service Dogs allowed.
Other pets are NOT permitted per health regulations.