A grand summertime tradition returns to the shores of Lake Pepin with the 48th Stockholm Art Fair on Saturday, July 16, 2022, 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Check back for information on this year’s event. The following is good stuff from 2021!

More than ninety new and returning artists have been juried into the spectacular one-day festival in the beautiful Stockholm Village Park. They will be showcasing work in all media including pottery, metal sculpture, jewelry, painting, printmaking, photography, fiber, wood, and glass.

Accompanying them is an equally talented and diverse line-up of musical performers gracing the stage throughout the day. Beginning at 10 a.m. Greg Herriges will present his “Progressive Whirled Music” followed by Stockholm Art Fair music program coordinators and international chart-topping duo, Patchouli and Terra Guitarra. After the artist awards announcements at 1:30, brother-led acoustic folk musicians Trapper Schoepp will take the stage. Perennial favorites Yata, Sinz, & Orfield will close out the festival with their soulful vocals, guitar, and saxophone.

Fine local food vendors will be providing eats and treats on-site. Adding to the family-friendly fun this year, professional clown Vinnie Van Goof who “paints hearts and minds with laughter and delight” will be presiding over the children’s activities area.

Artist Catherine Latane’s punched-tin lantern was photographed by Midge Bolt and chosen as the image for Stockholm Art Fair 47’s iconic poster designed by Jan Eckhart of Fuego Design. It is a fitting and welcoming beacon for all the artists, musicians, volunteers, and attendees to reconnect and to celebrate creativity and community again. We are also pleased that former coordinators and long-time exhibiting artists Linda Day Dunlap and Jean Accola will be returning as judges for the artists’ awards.

We can’t wait to see all of you!

Matt Palmer, Director
Stockholm Art Fair
P.O. Box 15
Stockholm, WI 54769

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