2021 Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival

As has been the case with all of Mill Valley’s major events over the past 18 months of the COVID-19 pandemic, the most important outcome of the two days of the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival is that they happened, safely and beautifully in the always-stunning redwood grove at Old Mill Park.

More than 140 artists showcased their work and turnout was solid throughout the weekend, despite a consistent drizzle on Saturday. Every artists deserves a round of applause celebrating their work amidst the crisis, but here are just a few that stood out and are featured in the collage above:

Artists at the 2021 MV Fall Arts Festival included, clockwise from top left: Teresa Ferrari (painting); Bennett Ewing (sculpture); Greg Clark (Sculpture); Chuck Oakander wave bench, with Pete Buchan‘s paintings in background; Tam High Visual Arts program (ceramics); Valentine Stachowski (metal sculpture); “Habitile” by Aurora Mahassine; Sean Goddard (sculpture); Jamie Pavlich-Walker (mixed media); Daniel Oliver (ceramics); Patrick Nelson (mixed media); Nikitha Yelchuru (fiber & paper).

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