9th Annual Best Fine Art Sale Ever May 15, 2021


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Our 9th annual Best Fine Art Sale Ever is set for Saturday, May 15, from 9am-3pm. After having to cancel in 2020 due to the pandemic, our artists have more art than ever for this studio sale. You will find art for 25-50% off and even more. This is the time to fulfill your dreams of having original art from your favorite artists in your home. This extremely popular studio sale is particularly for our Central Oregon art lovers.

Over 2o artists with everything from 2D art in every medium, digital photography, glass, ceramics, jewelry, wood-turning and more. Paul Alan Bennett will even be there signing his two books. Tracy Leagjeld, well-loved in Central Oregon will be traveling from Portland for this sale.

We are holding the sale at Formation Stone Surfaces, a design warehouse with a terrific display of unique tile samples and miles of slabs in every concieveable kind of stone for countertops. Located behind Sparrow Bakery at 50 Scott Street there is parking available in the lot in front. With warehouse high ceilings the overall area is very large and spacious giving the artists room to spread out and customers ample room to stay 6′ apart as they shop. It is a light, airy space. Face masks are required.

Depending on the state mandates at the time of the sale we may need to limit shoppers at the door. But, we are hoping that Deschutes Co. will stay out of the extreme category in which case we can all just abide by the safety rules and enjoy the fun of shopping for art that you love at unbelievable prices!

Plan now to visit the sale on May 15 from 9am-3pm!


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