The picturesque backdrop of the Redbud Festival is nature’s art.
Ellen Jordan's creation, entitled "Looking Up," was the winning quilt in the Redbud Festival's quilt show that featured a theme of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
Pottery by Scott Vaughn of Reedley Clayworks.
Arts Alliance volunteers sell raffle tickets that are used to fund scholarships for graduating high school seniors who will pursue a college education in the arts. The scholarship fund is in memory of beloved Three Rivers artists Nancy Jonnum and Lorraine Young.
Artists inside. Artists outside.
Sarah Farkas of River’s Edge Boutique in Three Rivers and Trinity Bateman.
Fabric art by a longtime Redbud vendor.
Giant sequoia trees grace the vertical paintings by Joyce Collier of Springville.
Gustavo de Oliveira (left), program projects director, and Kayla Nalls, instructor, of Pro-Youth/HEART in Visalia, an “out-of-school” program. This colossal Festival exhibit consisted of nearly 1,000 photos taken in Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks by Tulare County fifth and sixth-graders to describe “What the national park means to me.”
Just some of the nearly 1,000 photographs by Tulare County students in a national park exhibit.
Virginia Wilson and her photographs from around the world.
Dayna Higgins (left) and Elizabeth LaMar of Sequoia Natural History Association.
An overview of the booths inside the Three Rivers Memorial Building.
The Lazy Lizard Designs booth featured handmade, beaded jewelry.
Nikki Crain, handweaver and soy candlemaker.
The friendly faces of Valley Oak Credit Union assisted with the purchases of lunch, prepared by, and a benefit for, the Three Rivers Bread Basket food pantry.
Meaghan Swinney of Sequoia Natural History Association gave her living history presentation of photographer and park pioneer Susan Thew.
Tina St. John Designs, formerly of Three Rivers and currently based in Tucson, Ariz., and her jewelry.
Meaghan Swinney with a period camera during her living history presentation of Susan Thew.
Jana Botkin’s oil paintings of local landscapes in the Cabinart exhibit.
Wooden toys handcrafted by Carl Powell.
A booth full of jams, jellies, and other preserves.