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Lisa and Matt Burns are from San Francisco. Photo submitted

The Lost Sierra Plein Art Festival to showcase paintings during Friday reception and street fair Saturday

The Lost Sierra Plein  Air Art Festival is underway.  You can see the paintings produced this week at the artist reception on Friday, May 26, from 6-8 p.m. at the Veterans Hall in Quincy.  Then on Saturday the 27th, Bradley Street between Main and Lawrence will be closed at 6 a.m. for an artist street fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. During the street fair the artists will be competing for cash prizes in a quick draw competition. They will be painting scenes in downtown Quincy within a two hour window between 10 a.m. and noon.  They’ll bring their finished painting to the street fair to be judged and receive their awards at 1 p.m. Come down and enjoy the art.

Sally Fischer, from Sonora, is one of the painters to participate in the Plein Air Art Festival. Photo submitted
Eric Bevel is from Grass Valley and is spending the week painting outdoors. Photo submitted

2 thoughts on “The Lost Sierra Plein Art Festival to showcase paintings during Friday reception and street fair Saturday

  • The Lost Sierra Plein Art Festival is a great event. I particularly enjoy reading about artists that are painting outdoor scenes – Plumas County is a treasure of outdoor art!

  • Huge thanks to Mark from downtown Quincy/ Bear Creek Frames for organizing this amazing event. We attended the show at the Vet’s Hall this evening and the paintings and artists, are fantastic.

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