FINE ART IN THE PARK
Welcome to the 2021 Fine Art in the Park!
Putting on a charity event is no 'walk in the park' nowadays. But…WE ARE READY to have a real walk in the park for 2021 that allows you to enjoy the summertime joy of the annual Fine Art in the Park AND helps to get aid to those who need it the most. So, get ready to enjoy over 100 artists at Lincoln Park.
MEET THE ARTISTS
Over 100 artists are showcasing beautiful and creative photos, oil paintings, water colors, sculptures, textiles, wearable art, wood, metals, glass, ceramics and jewelry
FOOD & BEVERAGES
Stop into our food and beverage courts where you’ll find a tasty variety of snacks and food. You’ll also find an array of soft drinks, specially selected wines and beers. New this year is our Wine & Beer Garden where you can sample premium wines poured by vintners and craft beers poured by makers. You must be 21 or older to purchase or taste wine or beer.
YOUNG AT ART
Visit Lincoln Park’s gazebo to enjoy a variety of captivating artworks from talented, prize-winning student-artists from our local high schools: Alta Vista, Freestyle Academy, Homestead, Los Altos, Mountain View, Pinewood, and Saint Francis.
Los Altos Rotary is celebrating “California Coming out of Hibernation.” Join us just beyond the Fine Wine and Craft Beer tent to visit and take your selfie with The Bears. More than 50 large and small decorated bears are on display at Lincoln Park and in downtown Los Altos.
We will have four bears from Los Altos Bears on display at Fine Art in the Park, for viewing, enjoying and bidding at online auction. The colorful bear in the Bears’ Lair is one of the painted fiberglass bears from our Rotary public art event and fundraiser, losaltosbears.com.
Love The Bears? You can place a bid to own one! Winners will be announced on October 9, 2021 at the Rotary Bears’ Gala. See details
Proceeds for the Bears Project will be shared with the artists who painted them, and with the individuals and projects chosen for Rotary scholarships and grants.
So many people have requested a bear to decorate themselves, we will have a “naked” unpainted bear at Fine Art in the Park. This bear will be offered at auction for the two days of the art show. Highest bidder will be announced 4pm on Sunday, August 15.
100% of Rotary Fine Art profits will go toward projects such as providing emergency help for victims of COVID-19, providing local scholarships and supporting sustainable projects both locally and internationally.
Rotary is dedicated to improving lives, creating a better world and ending polio forever. With fighting disease as one of our causes and the current state of COVID-19 in our communities, we encourage you to participate in our Fine Art Show to support Rotary while also supporting our amazing featured artists.
WHAT IS ROTARY?
With over 1.2 million members in 200 countries, Rotary is an international service organization of business and professional men and women who conduct humanitarian projects, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and work toward world understanding and peace.