Shell Lake Art Festival

The 19th annual Shell Lake Art Festival will be July 2, 2022, held in Memorial Park on the shores of beautiful Shell Lake on Hwy. 63. The hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

This is a juried art festival showcasing regional artists. At this highly anticipated annual event, 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.

What some of the artists like about this art fair is that it 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. Comments from patrons is that 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 19th Annual Shell Lake Art Festival:

  • Sandra Hovey Campbell – Painting
  • Sharon Cherney – Leather
  • Wilfred Fang – Mixed-media
  • Mary Jo Fox – Painting
  • Barbara Geurink – Weaving
  • Robert & Barbara Hale – Jewelry
  • Gary Harbo – Books
  • Winifred Herberg – Ceramics
  • Janice Hovey – Mixed-media
  • Bruce & Carolyn Kaupanger – Ceramics
  • Susan Koehler – Ceramics
  • Sandra Larson – Fiber
  • Shelly Matthiesen – Mixed-media
  • Sharon Miller – Paintings
  • Margo Novak – Jewelry
  • Vince Quast – Photography
  • Andrew Robar – Wood
  • Sue Rowe – Drawing
  • Nancy Schryer – Painting/Drawing
  • John Semo – Wood
  • Warren Slocum – Glass
  • Leni Sovacool – Painting
  • Bill & Linda Sumner – Paper
  • Lynn E Tamm – Leather
  • Dana Van Wie – Fiber / Mixed Media
  • Byron Addison Wells – Painting
  • Jeff Wilcox – Wood
  • Mary Ann Wunderlin – Mixed-media
  • Ronald Yoss – Jewelry
  • Wisconsin Canoe Heritage Museum

Thank you to WPR for supporting the 2022 Shell Lake Art Festival