2023 Live Art Show & Sale Announcement

The 2023 Redlands Festival of Arts will be held over Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-28.  Artist applications open September 1 via  This juried art show is limited to only 50 or so exhibitors each year–so we urge artists to apply early as soon as the application process opens.

2022 Live Show & Sale Exhibiting Artists and Award Winners

Click on the names of our Festival artists to view and purchase their works.


Hasuyo Miller–Honorable Mention, 3D

David Porras–2nd Place, 3D


Candy Glendening

Janet Chico–Third Place, 3D

Kathleen Gura


David Tate


Carolyn Henderson

Dorothy Campbell

James Sandoval

Jessica Behzad

Shelli Kahl

Sonya Pacheco

Mixed Media

Adeola Davies-Aiyeloja

Cindy Walker

Kalu Okpara

Katherine Muniz

KC Klug

Leila Wilson

Lidia Malina

Melody Ballard

Megan Warren

Ramon & Rosa Velasquez

Richard Shaw

Shaurica Martinez

Sue Conner–Best in Show, 2D

Toni Nairobe–1st Place, 3D

Trudi Hunke


Anna Gledhill

Donald Britton 

Elaine Hughes–Honorable Mention, 2D

Elinore Schnurr

Jason Nelson–3rd Place, 2D

Jeffrey Skelly

Joe Craighead–2nd Place, 2D

Kathleen Robison

Marilyn Froggatt

Larry Hemmerich

Leslee Adams

Li Xiuzhen

Niki Sands

Rebecca Noelle

Susan Priest


Beau Johnston

Douglas Falk

Joel Hensler

Ruben Martinez

Sheryl Ball

Stephen Wormser–1st Place, 2D

Steven Makransky


Glynn Galloway

Lucia Fredericy

Charles Sherman

Jackie & Charles Nipper


David Ortega

Mark Wilden

Walter Wogee

William Voreiter

2023 Festival Featured Artist

The Redlands Festival of Arts welcomes David Schepps as its 2023 Featured Artist. David is a dedicated volunteer and member of the Festival Board of Directors who directs the nonprofit Festival’s youth arts scholarships providing needed funds for local youth arts education programs. He is a local Redlands artist that sketches in graphite and charcoal and paints in oil.  He has been painting in earnest since 2011. His painting “Jazz at the Carlyle” was purchased by the William E. Leonard National Orange Show Permanent collection. David states that his influences are 18th century classic realism and 19th century impressionists.  He loves to the idea of creating art from the beauty of the natural world and people in natural settings. His paintings try to evoke emotion and a story by using setting, color, contrast and shading. He wants the observer to feel connected to the art emotionally. He also enjoys painting portraits, bringing to life his subjects with his keen eye for detail and insight into the spirit of the individual as he translates it to canvas. His wife Margene Mastin-Schepps inspires him with her keen eye for photography.  Often a photograph she takes will be the reference for his art. For further information contact David at: [email protected]