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MAY 9, 10 & 11, 2014

Art Fair at Laumeier is a nationally acclaimed fine art and craft fair at Laumeier Sculpture Park, one of the world’s premier open-air museums. Over 15,000 visitors – mostly families – attend the annual event, which is held on Mother’s Day weekend.

At Art Fair, visitors can choose from a variety of creative and original works of art from 150 artists from across the country. Available for sale are works in ceramics, fiber/textiles, glass, jewelry, mixed media, painting, photography/digital, printmaking/drawing, sculpture and wood. A highly competitive juried show, the art fair receives over 700 applications, of which 150 are selected to participate. Judges award a total of $11,000 in prizes, sponsored in part by the City of Sunset Hills to those artists achieving excellence.

In addition to the artwork, food and drink from a variety of vendors is available and you'll find exciting music and entertainment throughout the weekend.

Event Hours
Friday, May 9: 6-10pm
Saturday, May 10: 10am-8pm
Sunday, May 11: 10am-5pm


$10 adults and ages 12 and up
$5 for children ages 6-11
Members and children under 6 are free

The Art of the Vine (click here to download more information on Participating Wineries)
Friday, May 9
6-9pm, Wine Tasting Tent
$12 wristband for unlimited samples; buy one get one free for Members
Art Fair admission required
Participants include: Bommarito Estate Almond Tree Winery, Blumenhof Vineyards & Winery, Noboleis Vineyards, Peaceful Bend, St. James Winery, Sugar Creek Winery
The Art of the Ale presented by Schlafly (click here to download beer descriptions)
Saturday, May 10
5-8PM, $10 per person
Art Fair admission required 
At The Art of the Ale taste a variety of beers, ales and Schlafly’s new Cider. Meet Ambassador Brewer Stephen Hale who will be answering your questions, sharing stories of the brewing process and its history.

Creation Location is open Saturday and Sunday with engaging art activities for all ages

Mother’s Day Brunch presented by Whole Foods Market
Sunday, May 11    
Brunch is Sold Out
Brunch buffet includes:
Quiche Lorraine, Broccoli Cheddar Quiche, Assorted Flatbread Wraps, Seasonal Fresh Fruit, Fresh Vegetable Platter, Market Salad with field greens, Assorted Pastry and Fresh Baked Bread, Coffee, Tea, Juice and Milk

Pets and outside food and drink are not allowed during Art Fair.

The Park and Museum will be closed on Thursday, May 8 and until 6pm on Friday, May 9 for Art Fair Set-up. The Park and Museum will be open May 9-11 with an Art Fair admission.



Download the 2014 Artist list (PDF 3MB)

Download the 2013 Artist list (PDF 2MB)

 For more information
contact us via e-mail

Entertainment Schedule
Friday, May 9
6 – 10 pm The Jeremiah Johnson Band

Saturday, May 10
10 – 11 am Letter to Memphis
11:30 – 12:30 pm
Clark Academy of Irish Dance
1 – 2:30 pm Wack-A-Doo
1 – 2:30 pm Joia*
Sunset Hills Music Festival
3 – 4:30 pm Keltic Reign
5 – 6 pm Acoustik Element
6:30 – 8:00 pm Trixie Delight

Sunday, May 11
10 – 11 am Mark Biehl
11:30 – 1:00 pm Water Taxi
11:30 – 1:00 pm Kellin & Chauncey*
1:30 – 3:00 pm Kevin Bilchik Band
2:00 – 3:00 pm Belly Dance Mirage*
3:30 - 5:00pm Elemental Shakedown
*Creation Location





St. Louis County Parks

Contributing Sponsor

Music Festival Sponsor

City of Sunset Hills

Whole Foods Market


Schlafly logo



Sauce Magazine


KDHX 88.1

Riverfront Times



Big Shark

Pearl Pro Audio


St. Louis Earth Day





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