"Heritage": A 6-foot mural by renowned artist Rolland Berry. The bold mural of two women is the artist’s rendering of his take on America’s indigenous culture. "We respectfully believe that adopting the universal meanings attributed to the Native Americans—such as the noble characteristics of courage and hard work—honors acts of bravery and rites of passage that are long-held traditions," says Berry. Meant to be interacted with, get up close to the mural to take a selfie, or see the detail of layers of color and movement that Berry infused the mural with.
Painted Bus Art Installation: A retro VW bus, donated by Sawdust artist, Troy Poeschl, and hand-painted by artist, Star Shields harrows the days when the free-spirited hippies ruled the road. The bus is open and begging for you to climb in and take a photo with it.
Retro Poster Display: See some of the coolest posters from past Sawdust festivals over the last 50 years. Displayed on the bottom floor of the Healy House.
- At the Children’s Art Spot, enjoy free and fun art projects all day, every day.
- Studio One offers scheduled art projects in painting, printmaking, collages and much more for ages 7 to adults. Most projects are free, although some may have a small materials fee.