Sierra Madre Art Fair

Apr 30, 2017

Listen to Scotland’s Natalie Clark, peruse the wearable art, then stop for a beverage in the Wine & Beer Garden before snacking on the Friends of the Sierra Madre Library‘s ever-popular sweet “quick” breads.

It’s time for the 55th Annual Sierra Madre Art Fair, May 6-7.

Over 80 artists—including 14 newly juried participants—show and sell their works of art in a variety of mediums. From oil paintings, watercolors, photography, and ceramics to jewelry, glass, wood, metal, and weaving creations.

Live music features Clark, the Northeast LA Jazz Group, and duos and groups playing American pop music, rock, country, and blues.

Besides the Friends of the Library’s breads, the Sierra Madre Historical Preservation Society sells its “famous” lemonade made with rangpur limes and the front lawn of Memorial Park serves as the fair’s Wine & Beer Garden.. Other food may be purchased from the Gourmet Genie Food Truck, Taquito Lover, Korean BBQ, Sweet Beginnings, and Hawaiian Honey Cones.

For kids, the Creative Arts Group has organized a special craft activity—making flower bouquets with different colors and shapers of paper.

Forty artists have donated works for the event’s silent auction. All proceeds benefit the Sierra Madre Public Library.

55th Annual Sierra Madre Art Fair
Saturday, May 6th, 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m. & Sunday, May 7th, 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Memorial Park, 222 W. Sierra Madre Blvd., Sierra Madre
Free admission
For more info, visit
Or call 1.626.355.7186

Painting, top right, Estuary Reflections by Sierra Madre Art Fair featured artist Karen McLean-McGaw who’ll be located in booth #33.


Karen McLean-McGaw, Agave, 15″ x 11″.





Flintridge Books

Lyd and Mo Photography

Louis Jane Studios

Homage Pasadena