Check out some of the fantastic art from the blockbuster event in Old Mill Park on Sept. 14-15.
For an astounding 63 years, thousands of art lovers have turned out to Mill Valley’s Old Mill Park in September for a weekend like no other, providing the opportunity to check out some world class art across an array of mediums at the Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival, as well as hear great live music and children’s entertainment and, on some of the hottest days of the year, garner some precious shade in the park’s gorgeous redwood grove.
All that happened and then some over the weekend, as art lovers from all over the Bay Area gathered in Old Mill Park to check out some wondrous art, from glorious monotype prints by Mill Valley native Zach Gilmour to “Green Change: Artists Consider Our Climate Crisis,” a special exhibit from Bay Area artists exploring the climate crisis.
The 411: The 63rd Mill Valley Fall Arts Festival drew thousands of art lovers on Sept. 14-15 in Old Mill Park. See captions on the images above for details on artists and their work. Click on the image for website links. MORE INFO.
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