Harrison Art Expo on the Beach 2015

Artists can set up to sell their artwork or be inspired by the natural beauty around them

Artists are invited to attend the annual Harrison Art Expo in Harrison Hot Springs on Sunday Aug. 9 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The experience of observing the spectacular scenic view of this area will truly inspire you to enjoy this artistic event.

Artists are encouraged to setup to sell their artwork and/or “plein air” paint, photograph, network with fellow artists or do whatever they choose. Please note that this is not a craft event.

Please bring your own equipment to make your day comfortable and enjoyable. Some suggestions include seating, easels, art supplies, portable table, camera, shade umbrella and/or hat, water, etc.

Available areas for setup include from the Harrison Hotel entrance, along the grassed areas only, to and including Rendall Park (by the boat launch). An area next to the Plaza will be cordoned off as well.

There is no registration or admission fee for this event. People are encouraged to carpool as parking is limited. Come and enjoy!

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