2019 Festival Featured Artist

The Festival’s 2019 Featured Artist is Diana McLaughlin. Her work is in public and private collections. She was recently awarded First Place and the Past Presidents Award for her works in the 2019 Redlands Art Association Multi Media Mini Art Show. Her work, “View From The Porch” was accepted into the 2019 Artists Council Exhibit at the Galen Museum in Palm Desert.  Click here to learn more.



For the 2019 Festival, Diana created a new work that expresses the joy and bright orange days that are unique to Redlands during the citrus orange blossom days of spring and the harvest to follow.

2019 Artist Exhibitor List

The Festival is pleased to announce its 2019 Artist Exhibitors.  Click here to see samples of their work, the media categories in which they will compete and a listing of their booth numbers.

2019  Festival Judge

Rebecca Trawick is the 2019 Festival Judge.  She is the Director/Curator at the Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, a teaching museum located on the campus of Chaffey College in Rancho Cucamonga where she has curated and facilitated exhibitions and public programming since 2002.  Click here to learn more about our 2019 Festival Judge.

2019 Artist Applications Now Closed
Artist applications are now closed for the 2019 Festival. Interested artists should watch for the 2020 Festival Artist Applications to open later this year by visiting: For questions, please call Shirley Harry, Phone: (909) 214-7179.

Selection Process
The festival is a juried art show. The selection committee welcomes artists specializing in all types of media: oil, water color, glass, metal, stone, wood, ceramic, textiles, jewelry and more. Our goal is to provide festival guests with exposure to a wide range of creative media and experiences.

Why Exhibit
Thousands of Inland Empire residents attend the Redlands Festival of Arts every year. You’ll find our beautiful outdoor venue is located in shady Smiley Park surrounded by the charming Smiley Library, the historic Lincoln Shrine and the popular Redlands Bowl.