21st Shell Lake Art Festival

The 21st annual Shell Lake Art Festival will be July 6, 2024, held in Memorial Park on the shores of beautiful Shell Lake on Hwy. 63.  The hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

The Shell Lake Art Festival is a juried event showcasing regional artists.  At this highly anticipated annual art fair, patrons will find an outstanding selection of fine art and craft to browse and purchase as they walk among the artisan displays.  Some of the original artwork you will find includes pottery, wood, jewelry, leather, painting and much more. This is a wonderful art festival with high quality work, both fine art and fine craft.  There is no admission for the art festival and plenty of free parking.

This is a quality art show in a beautiful setting with friendly and knowledgeable customers.  The customers appreciate the level of artwork offered at the Shell Lake Art Festival and the show offers a variety of beautiful handmade items and an opportunity to meet the artists and buy unique, original art.  Several customers feel that this art fair is of high quality and a “must attend” event on an annual basis. 

Come and enjoy the art festival and a lovely day at the beach on Shell Lake.

Artists exhibiting at the 21st Annual Shell Lake Art Festival

Joan BlomquistJewelry – Wood
Dyan CarrisonJewelry
Sharon CherneyLeather
June Bavlnka & Joe FernandezCeramics
Mary Jo FoxPainting
David & Jeneice HaessigWood – Functional/Sculptural
Robert & Barbara HaleJewelry – Bronze
Gary HarboBooks
Theresa HendricksonCeramics
Janice HoveyMixed media
Tiffany KnoopMetal Sculpture
Susan KoehlerCeramics
Shelly LaffeJewelry
John LamovecWood – Tables
Shelley MatthiesenMixed media
Sharon MillerPainting
Roger NielsenPainting
Jeff NelsonPainting
Margo NovakJewelry
Paul OstrumPhotography
Jessica PautshPrintmaking/Drawing
Vince QuastPhotography
Sue RoweDrawing
Brianna SeipelPainting
John SemoWood – Birds
Warren SlocumGlass
Mark SmithFiber – Brooms
Leni SovacoolPainting
Bill & Linda SumnerPaper
Lynn E TammLeather/Jewelry/Wood
Kyle TostensonPhotography / Aerial Lakes
Byron Addison WellsPainting
Hannah White-McGinnGlass – Blown
Jeff WilcoxWood – Utensils
Ronald YossJewelry