• Festival of Arts

    Our five-day gala event features a Film Festival, Plein Air Competition, Gallery Walk, Opening Night Artists' Reception with live music, and a Quick Draw Competition
  • Joseph Oregon

    The Festival of Arts is held early in June in scenic Joseph, Oregon. Visit our galleries, tour our world-class foundries and explore our beautiful landscape. Read More
  • Opening Night

    Join us for an elegant evening of Art, live music, hors d'oeuvres and wine at our Friday Night Opening Reception. Meet our award winning artists and this year’s Judges. 
  • Quick Draw

    Each year the Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts hosts an exciting, timed event in conjunction with our annual three-day Festival of Arts celebration on Saturday.
  • This Year's Judge

    This year we are pleased to announce the distinguished artist Bonnie Griffith as the 2017 Festival judge.
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wvfa call to artists

Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts

Since 1982, Joseph Oregon has been welcoming Artists and Art Lovers to the Annual Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts! Please join this special attraction featuring the best of local, regional, and national fine artists working in a wide variety of media. Read on to discover an exciting array of entertaining opportunities awaiting you in our beautiful mountains, canyons and valley.

Celebrate! Our Opening Friday Night lineup includes a stimulating display of fine art, live music, awards, interaction with the artists, hors d’oeuvres, wine tasting, door prizes, and a lovely hand-painted wine glass to take home. In this elegant atmosphere, you are invited to relax and enjoy an entertaining evening with old friends and make new acquaintances. Don’t miss this great opportunity to discover a new artist or find that perfect one-of-a-kind piece you've been hunting for at great value. The night also opens the silent auction. Buy your tickets early.

Explore! Our Festival of Arts takes place in the scenic, small town of Joseph, Oregon. Known for its breathtaking natural beauty and burgeoning art scene, we are frequently named among the top small town art scenes in the West. Art lovers can tour our foundries, explore our galleries, visit The Josephy Center, and look in on artists’ studios during your stay with us.

Check back for updates on workshops and other opportunities to explore and enjoy during your visit.

Art Show Schedule 2016

Ruby Peak Film Festival Showing • Wednesday, Sept. 14th, 7:00 pm

Where: Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, Main Street, Joseph
Cost: Free, Open to the Public

Enjoy the winning films of the 2016 annual Ruby Peak Film Festival competition. This festival is held in Eastern Oregon celebrating the creation of short films in just 48 hours. Check out their Facebook page and www.rubypeakfilmfest.com for more information.

En Plein Air Competition Artists' Quick Finish • Thursday, Sept. 15th, 3:00 pm

Where: Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, Main Street, Joseph
Cost: Free, Open to the Public

Our En Plein Air Artists will be at the Josephy Center to put finishing touches on their work, mat, frame, and hang their work. You are invited to follow the artists during the day and watch the final leg of the competition.

Joseph Gallery Walk • Thursday, Sept. 15th, 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Where: Galleries on Main Street Joseph
Cost: Free, Open to the Public

Joseph's Galleries invite you stroll the length of our beautiful Main Street in all it's glorious Autum Colors and drop in for a visit. Let our galleries entertain you and be sure to put your name in the hat for a chance to win five free raffel tickets. Our raffel prize is a spectacular, turned wood vase, valued at $3000, by local featured artist Tom Clevenger which is on display at Stewart Jones Designs gallery and featured on our poster.

En Plein Air Reception • Thursday, Sept. 15th, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Where: Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, Main Street, Joseph
Cost: Free, Open to the Public

This year's cadre of Plein Air Artists invite you to top off your evening with their opening reception at the Josephy Center. All work will be beautifully displayed and ready for viewing.  Awards for artists' work will be given for 1st Place, 2nd Place, Honorable Mention, and Artists Choice.

Ruby Peak Film Festival Showing • Friday, Sept. 16th, 3:00 pm and Saturday, Sept. 17th, 1:00 pm

Where: Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, Main Street, Joseph
Cost: Free, Open to the Public

If you missed the showing on the 14th, come by and enjoy our short films by Eastern Oregon film makers!

 Opening Night Artists' Reception • Friday, Sept. 16th, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Where: Joseph Community Center
Cost: $25 at the door, $20 in advance. Available online at wallowavalleyarts.org

Our featured, annual Fine Arts Show kicks off with an elegant reception and a chance to mingle with the artists. Select a free hand painted wine glass created by local artisans specifically for this event. Savor sumptuous hors d' oeuvres and sip wine while your eyes feast upon the diversity of fine art assembled for you.  The evening will include a special showcase of local Youth Artists and your first opportunity to bid on our silent auction pieces.

 View Opening Night Photos

Open Public Showing • Saturday, Sept. 17th, 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where: Joseph Community Center
Cost: Free, Open to the Public

Enjoy Art Exhibits, Live Music, Artist Demonstrations and more! Take your time to view those favorite works of art on display at your liesure.

View Winners Photos

Quick Draw • Saturday, Sept. 17th, 6:30 - 10:00 pm

Raffel Drawing • 9:00 pm
Where: Joseph Community Center
Cost: $5 at the door

Doors open at 6:30 pm - painting starts at 7:00 pm

Join us for a fast paced, fun filled evening where artists create and complete a work of art in 1 1/2 hours while patrons bid on the pieces as they come to life. Enjoy live music, art, hors d 'oeuvrves and no-host wine.  This is a great opportunity to purchase that special one-of-a-kind piece of art you witnessed come to completion and discover a new artist.

Our Raffel Drawing is for a highly prized, turned wood vase by local featured artist Tom Clevenger, valued at $3000. We hope you purchased lots of tickets!

You don't want to miss it!

Night of Quick Draw Photos

Open Public Showing • Sunday, Sept. 18th, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Silent Auction Bids Close • 1:30 pm
Where: Joseph Community Center
Cost: Free, Open to the Public

This is your last chance to view or purchase origional art! Silent Auction bids close at 1:30 pm - Art buyers can pick up their purchases at 2pm.

Prospectus - 2017

35th Annual Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts

September 13-17, 2017
Joseph Community Center & Josephy Center for Arts and Culture; Joseph, OR
Entry Through:    https://www.callforentry.org
Deadline for Entry: July 15, 2017 - No late entries accepted
Entry Fee: $30.00 - Non Refundable

Prospectus Overview:

The Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts is dedicated to promoting the arts and supporting artists.  We are the largest juried fine art exhibition in Eastern Oregon, located in the beautiful town of Joseph - known for its breathtaking scenery, myriad outdoor recreation opportunities, world-renowned bronze foundries and exquisite Main Street art installations and galleries.

The festival features representational/traditional realism from the Pacific Northwest and beyond, as well as contemporary art.  A central aim of the annual festival is to reflect the beauty, culture, and traditions of our region through its arts and artists. Consistent with that intent, any subject, style or medium within the following

Painting: Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor
Sculpture Any Three-Dimensional Work in Wood, Clay, Stone, Bronze, or other Metal
Pastel, Pencil, Graphite, Charcoal, Ink, or any combination thereof
Printmaking Wood block, Engraving, Etching, Monoprint, Aquatint, Linotype, Lithography, Silkscreen, or
Digital Art Prints
Photography: Any Photograph that begins with the capture of the image through a lens, including Digitally
Altered Photography
Other: Glass, Jewelry, Fiber Arts, Ceramics, or Mixed Media

(Copies, kits, reproductions, or work done under the supervision of an instructor are not eligible)

  • Exhibition space is limited, so jurors will select the most appropriate art for the venue and diverse audience
  •  Sept. 13-14: Optional En Plein Air Competition, hosted by the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture…for more information, refer to Section 10 (En Plein Air Competition), of this Prospectus
  • Sept. 15-17: Fine Art Show, with an opening night reception on Friday, September 15th (7-10pm), and closing on Sunday, September 17th (2pm)
  • The festival is open to all artists, and ALL accepted work must be made available for sale
  • Each piece of art entered must be the same one accepted in the jury process 
  • Work must be original and must not have been displayed in a previous Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts show

1)  2017 Deadlines & Other Important Dates:

  • July 15th ( 11:59pm MDT / 10:59pm, PDT):  Deadline for submitting entry forms and images to CaFE for the jury process (https://www.callforentry.org)
  • July 31st - August 7th:  Acceptance emails sent to artists. For more information, refer to Section 3 (Acceptance), of this Prospectus
  • Sept. 13th (as early as 9am):  Check in and kick-off to En Plein Air Competition, Josephy Center for Arts and Culture, 403 N. Main St., Joseph, OR.  For more information, refer to Section 10 (En Plein Air Competition), of this Prospectus
  • Sept. 13th (11am - 2pm):  Check in of hand-delivered juried art to Joseph Community Center, 102 East 1st Street, Joseph, OR
  • Sept. 14th (3-8pm):  En Plein Air Competition Quick Finish, Judging, and Reception; Josephy Center for Arts and Culture. For more information, refer to Section 10 (En Plein Air Competition), of this Prospectus
  • Sept. 14th (4-6pm):  Joseph Gallery Walk (start/end at Josephy Center for Arts and Culture)
  • Sept. 15th (12-4pm):  En Plein Air Competition artwork on display, Josephy Center for Arts and Culture
  • Sept. 15th (7-10pm):  Fine Art Show Opening Reception, Joseph Community Center (this is a ticket event)
  • Sept. 16th (9am – 2pm): Pastel Workshop with Bonnie Griffith; Joseph Community Center Reception Tent. For more information, refer to Section 13 (Pastel Workshop with Bonnie Griffith), of this Prospectus
  • Sept. 16th (10am - 5pm) & Sept. 17th (10am - 2pm):  All Art Exhibits Open to the Public - featuring art demonstrations, workshop, and live music (see program guide for specific scheduled events), Joseph Community Center and Josephy Center for Arts and Culture
  • Sept. 16th (7-10pm…doors open at 6:30pm):  Night of the Quick Draw, with Live Music; Joseph Community Center. For more information, refer to Section 11 (Night of the Quick Draw), of this Prospectus
  • Sept. 17th (1:30pm):  Silent Auction bids close.  Art buyers may pick up their purchases at 2pm.  Unsold art must be picked up between 2:30-4pm, at the Joseph Community Center
  • Sept. 17th (2pm):  En Plein Air Competition exhibit closes, Josephy Center for Arts and Culture 

2)  Eligibility and Entry Process:

  • Open to all artists
  • A $30.00 non-refundable entry fee will be charged for up to 3 pieces of art
  • Size Constraints:  Pieces weighing more than 200 lbs., or two-dimensional work measuring more than 20 square-feet, will not be accepted
  • All entries are submitted online via CaFE, "Call for Entry" https://www.callforentry.org
  • Please submit 1 image of each two-dimensional piece, and 2 or 3 images for each three-dimensional piece, for entry 
  • CaFE has a detailed description of how to upload images of your work and the necessary file requirements.  You can also check out our website http://wallowavalleyarts.org for help with image file preparation (for further assistance with this step, please contact Mary Edwards)
  • Each artist must provide a brief biography (170 words or less), highlighting your career or past achievements, information regarding your process as an artist (if appropriate), or a simple artist statement communicating something you would like the viewer to know.  This information will be reviewed by the festival committee, reprinted and posted adjacent to the artist's work, when the show is hung. 

3)  Acceptance:

At the conclusion of the jury process, artists will be sent an email indicating the status of each piece submitted.  Acceptance emails will be sent during the week of July 31st - Aug. 7th, 2017.

Example…Image Names:       Palouse Waves – Invited ; Quail Covey – Not Invited 

  • Please check your email to ensure messages from WVFA and Café are received, and not intercepted by your SPAM folder.
  • The email will contain detailed instructions for delivery and pick-up of artwork, options to enter the silent auction and/or Night of the Quick Draw, and directions for purchasing additional reception tickets.  If you do not hear from the festival by July 6th, it is your responsibility to contact the Festival Director.
  • WE DO NOT MAIL OUT ARTIST PACKETS.  A packet will be provided to each artist during check in, on Wednesday, September 13th.  Any artist who ships her/his work, or delivers it early, will have a packet held for them at the Festival desk. For more information, refer to Section 4 (Check-In and Artist Packet) and Sections 14-15 (regarding Delivery, Shipping, and Pick-up of artwork), of this Prospectus. 

4)  Check-In and Artist Packet:

For artists delivering their work on Wednesday, during the formal check in process, our trained festival volunteers will guide you, step-by-step, through the process. Your Artist Packet will include:

  • Triplicate copies for each piece of artwork accepted into the show
  • (One) artist ticket for entry to the Friday night opening gala celebration
  • Name tag and lanyard (also serves as your admission to the Night of the Quick Draw)
  • Event Program – listing time and details of other events occurring during the Festival
  • Additional tickets to the Friday night Opening Reception (ONLY if you purchased them in advance)

Each art piece will be confirmed as the piece accepted and checked for appropriate framing requirements.  A pre-printed identification tag (one of the triplicate copies in your packet) with the artist's name, title of the piece and price will be attached to the piece and a second copy given to the artist.  You must keep this receipt copy, as it will be required, in order to pick up your unsold work at the conclusion of the show.  If you plan to have someone else pick up your work, make sure they have this receipt.  Unsold work will not be released without this receipt.


5)  Framing and Presentation Requirements:

  • All work that is intended to be "hung" for display MUST be fitted with a secure wire for hanging.  We strongly suggest framing two-dimensional works for optimal presentation.  If you're producing works on canvas or other surfaces and do not plan to use framing around the work, you must appropriately finish the sides of your piece.  Work that is unfinished (such as exposed staples, untrimmed canvas, dirty sides, or lacking appropriate treatments) will not be displayed in the show.  Bracket frames, Uni-frames, rings, zigger and sawtooth type mountings are not acceptable.
  • When attaching wire to your piece, we suggest placing your attachment in the upper 1/3 of the piece. This will insure that the piece does not tilt outward at the top when hung.
  • Glass and Plexiglas must be properly secured. 
  • Work that does not meet the standards of quality identified in this prospectus, or, upon arrival, is not consistent with the intent of the show, will not be displayed.

6)  Sale of Art:

  • All exhibited art will be available for sale and all sales of artwork will be handled through the Festival sales desk.
  • The price you assign to your artwork in the online entry process is the price we will use.  We will not accept price changes once your piece has been accepted.
  • The Festival will retain a 25% commission on all sales resulting from the exhibition.  Please note that, due to the all-volunteer nature of our Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts, it may take up to 6 weeks for all payment checks (for both art sale proceeds, as well as award/prize payouts) to be generated and sent out.  We will make every effort to get those checks out to artists sooner, but please anticipate this possible timeline. Thanks for your understanding and patience.

7)  Awards:

  • Cash awards and ribbons, totaling more than $4,500, will be given at the discretion of the judge.
  • Monetary prizes will be awarded for 1st Place ($125x7), 2nd Place ($75x7), Honorable Mention ($50x7), Best of Show ($500), People's Choice - overall ($300), Director's Choice ($200), Best Amateur Photography ($300), People's Choice Photography ($300), Best Three-Dimensional Art ($300), Northwest Cultural Heritage Award ($300), Northwest Region Landscape Award ($200), Jon M. Skovlin Memorial For Best Wildlife Representation ($200), and Best Silent Auction Piece ($50).

Art that receives an award will be photographed for use in promoting the Art Festival.  Please see the Art Festival website for the full privacy statement and opt-out procedure.

8)  Judge, 2017:

Each year, a new judge is selected to assist in the judging of the show.  Awards and ribbons are given at the discretion of the judge, excluding Best Photography, People's Choice Photography and Director's Choice.  This year, we are pleased to announce the distinguished artist, Bonnie Griffith, as our 2017 judge.  For more information on this year's judge, visit our festival website www.wallowavalleyarts.org, or visit Bonnie's website www.bonniegriffith.com

 9)  Silent Auction:

  • Accepted artists are invited to enter one small piece of artwork in our silent auction.  An auction piece is not required as a condition to exhibit in the Festival
  • Participating artists will receive 50% of the final bid; the remaining 50% will be retained by the festival to support future shows
  • With respect to framing and display, all silent auction pieces must meet the same criteria as juried work(s)
  • Artists will assign the market value of the piece and the minimum bid will be established at 25% of the established market value (for example: if the piece is valued at $100, then the starting bid for that piece would be $25) 
  • If the minimum bid is not met, then the piece is returned to the artist
  • The original value of the piece will not be revealed on the bid sheet, nor will viewers be informed of the starting bid ratio
  • We recommend auction pieces have an assigned value of no more than $200.  If an artist does not assign a market value, the Festival Committee will estimate one
  • All silent auction pieces will be prominently displayed and a cash award given for "Best Silent Auction Piece"
  • Silent Auction entries need not be submitted for jurying as part of the online application. However, the silent auction piece preferably should be brought to check-in, or may be mailed in, along with juried art.

10)  En Plein Air Competition:

2017 Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts En Plein Air Competition
Hosted by Josephy Center for Arts and Culture

Dates:              En Plein Air painting time: Sept. 13th, 9am - Sept. 14th, 3pm
En Plein Air Show: Sept. 14th, 6pm - Sept. 17th, 2pm

Awards:          Artists' Choice ($225), 1st Place ($150), 2nd Place ($100), Honorable Mention ($75)

Entry Fee:       $20

Eligibility:       Open to artists who have been juried into the WVFA show. You must complete
a minimum of two and no more than four paintings on stamped, blank surfaces
to be able to participate in the WVFA En Plein Air Competition.  Also, each participating 
artist may hang two additional plein air/studio paintings from another region as
examples of your work. The size limit on any painting to be displayed is 16"x20". All
paintings must be suitably framed, ready to hang, and for sale.

Check In:        Check in and registration begins Sept. 13, at 9am, at the Josephy Center for Arts
                        and Culture.  At this time you will fill out your entry form and get your blank painting surfaces stamped.
* Please note: Check in for your WVFA-juried artwork is Sept. 13, 11am - 2pm, at Joseph Community Center.

Quick Finish/
Art Walk:       Sept. 14, at 3pm,
is the En Plein Air "Quick Finish" and Joseph Galleries Art Walk.
You will bring your Plein Air paintings to the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture.
Tables will be provided for you to finish any last-minute touches to your
paintings and to install them in frames. You will then hang your paintings and
label them by 5:30pm for judging, which takes place from 5:30-6pm. The "Quick
Finish" will be open to the public, as this will be the kickoff for the Joseph
Galleries Art Walk.

      Sept. 14, from 6-8pm, is the Opening Reception for the En Plein Air Competition.
Awards will be announced during the reception. There will also be a drawing for
the Joseph Galleries Art Walk door prize at 6:30 p.m.

Show Ends:     The show ends Sept. 17, at 2pm. Artist may pick up unsold works. A 25%
commission on any sold work will be retained by WVFA.

Other Info:     We reserve the right to reject any artwork not deemed to be suitable for the
plein air show.

Contact:          For information or questions, contact Leslie LeViner (541-426-5883).

11)  Night of the Quick Draw:

A special evening unfolds Saturday, Sept 16th, at the Joseph Community Center, (same venue as the fine arts exhibition), when selected artists participate in the Quick Draw Event.  The atmosphere is thrilling and fast-paced, as artists work feverishly to create a finished work in 1 ½ hours' time.  The finished pieces are sold by silent auction during the course of the evening. The evening will include a no-host wine and beer bar, hors d'oeuvres and live music. If your work is accepted and you have indicated an interest in participating, the Quick Draw Coordinator will contact you with specific information for the evening.  Space is limited to a maximum of 15 artists accepted.  The Festival will retain a 25% commission on art work created and sold during the Quick Draw event….Please Note: ONLY ACCEPTED ARTISTS WILL RECEIVE ONE COMPLIMENTARY TICKET TO THIS EVENT.  ALL OTHER GUESTS WILL BE ABLE TO PURCHASE TICKETS, AT THE DOOR, FOR A NOMINAL FEE

12)  Artists Reception:

An "Opening Night Reception" to honor participating artists will be held Friday, September 15th, 7-10pm, at the Joseph Community Center.  Major award winning artists will be announced and this year's judge will be introduced.  Hors d'oeuvres, wine and other beverages will be served, and each attendee will receive a beautiful hand-painted wine glass.  Artists can find their Reception Tickets in their respective artist packets.  Additional tickets can be purchased online at wallowavalleyarts.org website (see tickets).  This event often sells out in advance, so artists desiring additional tickets are encouraged to plan accordingly.

13)  Pastel Workshop with Bonnie Griffith:

This workshop will focus on the basics of pastel painting, including composition, underpainting, and balancing shapes to develop a strong painting using mostly soft pastels.  Learn techniques to create a landscape painting that is harmonious and dynamic.  We will work from a reference provided by Bonnie.

This workshop is planned for those artists who are wanting to learn about a pastel process and who have not had much if any experience in the medium.  Bonnie will provide paper for you to use for the workshop.  Please bring soft pastels such as Rembrandt's or other professional grade pastels, if you have them.  If you do not, and you want to purchase some, Bonnie will have some available to purchase (Mungyo set from Jerry's Artarama:  $10-$15).  Also bring an easel and drawing board, apron, latex gloves and paper towels or old, clean cotton rags. 

We will be working outside, at the Joseph Community Center, under a tent.  Most important, come prepared to have fun and take away a few new ideas about pastel painting!

Bonnie will have a handout of her notes for attendees, so have a pen to take extra notes.  She will start out with a demo/talk during the first 45 minutes-1 hour.  The rest of the time will be spent with students painting.


Class is Limited to 12 Participants (register directly through Bonnie)

Have a good breakfast.  We will take a short break around 11:30am, and then continue until 2:00pm, so bring a snack/lunch to carry you through the end of the workshop!
Questions and/or to Register: email Bonnie at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


14)  Physical Delivery or Shipping of Artwork:

  • Preferred Delivery: Directly to the show; Joseph Community Center, 102 East 1st Street, Joseph, OR  97846, on Wednesday, Sept 13th, from 11am - 2pm.
  • If you plan to ship your work, or arrange for early delivery, PLEASE READ the following Prospectus bullets carefully, for complete details…including all shipping addresses.
  • If Sept. 13th In-Person Delivery is Not Possible: Optional early delivery/drop-off to the Valley Bronze Gallery; 18 South Main Street, Joseph, OR  97846 (Sept. 8-12, 10am - 5pm)
  • Sept. 5-12: All shipped artwork due (NOTE the Labor Day Holiday on September 4th).  See detailed shipping instructions, below.
  •  At time of delivery, accepted artwork must be identified by the artist name, title of the artwork and sale price.
  • If you are using a shipping service that requires a physical address (such as UPS or FedEx) please ship to:  WVFA 2017, c/o Valley Bronze Gallery, 18 South Main St., Joseph, OR 97846.
  • If you are using the US Postal Service please ship to: WVFA, PO Box 526, Joseph, OR 97846. Important: The US Postal Service will only accept packages that are addressed to the Festival's PO Box 526. Do not use a street address, if you are shipping via US Postal Service.
  • Art-Pooling" for delivery and pickup is acceptable and encouraged.  Please note that any individual picking up unsold art, on behalf of another artist, at the Festival's conclusion, MUST have the artwork receipt, in order to claim that artist's unsold art.

15)  Art Pick-Up and Return Shipping: 

  • Art Pick Up - Please ensure that the receipts included in your artist packet for accepted artwork are safeguarded; they are required to pick up any unsold artwork. If someone else is picking up your unsold work, make sure they have the appropriate receipts.
  • All shipped artwork must be either picked up on Sunday, Sept 17th, between 2:30-4pm, or shipped in reusable containers with PRE-PAID return shipping.  Shipping options include UPS, or FedEx, all with insurance and shipping pre-paid. Please note that buyers cannot pick up purchased artwork until 2pm, on Sunday. If you're unsure whether a piece has sold, check the title card displayed with the art. Sold pieces will be indicated by a round/dot sticker on the title card.  If you see a round/dot sticker, PLEASE do not remove the artwork.  A festival volunteer will facilitate making sure that the correct person receives the sold piece.
  • Liability - All reasonable care will be given to objects in the custody of the Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts; however, it is the artist's responsibility to provide adequate insurance for their artwork.

For general Festival of Arts information please visit www.wallowavalleyarts.org.
If you still have questions, please contact the Festival Director, below:
Jeff Costello: (510) 390-2121 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Mary Edwards: (541) 432-1078   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  (for questions regarding CaFE entry process)

We look forward to another fun-filled successful event, in 2017; and seeing your beautiful work on display, at our 35th Annual Wallowa Valley Festival of Arts.

2016 Festival Sponsors

Our Heart Felt Thanks to our Wine Sponsors

Winery and Wine Supplier Sponsors:

L’Ecole Winery
Embers Brew House
Va Piano Vineyards
Dan Sheldon-Sheldon Manufacturing
Torii Mor Winery

Business Sponsors:

Wallowa Mountain Properties, Inc.; Skip and Shannon Novakovich, Michele Baird, John Gorsline, Diane Daggett,
Esprit Graphic Communication, Inc.
Tempting Teal – Deve Wolfe
Moonlight Graphics
Marcy’s Skin Care-Marty and Marcy Hamilton
Wallowa Valley Dental Care -Jason and Sarah Follett

Individual Sponsors

Gary and Kathy Taylor
Carolyn Gilbert
George and Beth Morris
Debra Surface and Brad Peterson
Nancy Knoble
Brad and Anne Stephens
Ken and Kelly Wick
Linda Chrisman
Ben and Alice Kable
Tom and Denise Clevenger
Greg Goldburg and Linda Strong
Bill and Linda Courtney
Sharon Forster