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Fine Arts in the Hills
Show & Sale - 15th Annual

June 16 - 18, 2023

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2023 Schedule of Events

Saturday and Sunday-Free Admission

Friday, June 16th
Artist's and Sponsors Reception (invitation only), 5:00-6:00
Open to Public. 6:00-8:00

 

Saturday, June 17

10:00am to 6:00 pm:
Fine Arts In The Hills Show & Sale, open to the public

 

Sunday, June 18

10:00am to 4:00pm  Fine Arts In The Hills Show & Sale, open to the public.

CHILDREN'S EVENTS: Free Event!

Great hands on classes for children. 

Leatherworking: 10-11:30; Saturday and Sunday - Elise, Lauren, and Jessie Rowe
 

Clay Tiles – throughout the day Saturday & Sunday - GiGi
 

Jelly Plates - throughout the day Saturday & Sunday-Jessica Kautz
 

Jewelry Making - throughout the day Saturday & Sunday

    


2023 Viewer's Choice Award
$250.00 Prize and a free 10 x 10 space for 2024

 

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2023 Fine Arts in the Hills

Twyla Robbins

Twyla Robbins

Jeff Schaezle

Jeff Schaezle

Michael Ward

Michael Ward

Gigi Miller

Gigi Miller

Craig Palm

Craig Palm

Tamara Spotted Tail

Tamara Spotted Tail

Jessica Kautz

Jessica Kautz

Brianna McFarland

Brianna McFarland

April Reed

April Reed

Stuart Hurd

Stuart Hurd

Andy Roltgen

Andy Roltgen

Tami Showers

Tami Showers

Karen Hurd

Karen Hurd

Brooke Johnson

Brooke Johnson

Patty Dawning of Morning Star Women

Patty Dawning of Morning Star Women

2023 Sponsors 

Diamond Level

City of HIll City
Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation

 

Platinum Level​ 

Robb & JoAnn Hoffman
Scull Construction

Gold Level​

Silver
Jon & Gail Crane/Jon Crane Watercolors
Harney Peak Inn/Angela Crisman & Dan McNamar

High Five 385/Tom & Tara Pavlik
 

Bronze
LeeAnn & Rich Jensen/Double Diamond Ranch
Melissa Rupert/Hill City Dental
Kathryn Cleveland
Karen Schreier & Tim Dougherty
Dakota Stone/James & Marilyn Dean

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Sponsors

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Last years event!

Tribute to Raj S. Paul

 

Raj S. Paul passed away on April 18, 2022 at his home in Cypress, Texas. 

He was a long time participant in the Hill City Arts Council Sculpture in the Hills (now Fine Arts in the Hills). He will be missed.  

Raj had a love for hunting and traveled around the globe enjoying his passion.  His hundreds of high scoring trophies earned him a place in Volume 4 of Great Hunters: Their Trophy Rooms & Collections.   Over the last two decades he had moved from hunting animals to capturing them in art.  He specialized in sculptures of African and North American wildlife.  He produced dozens of beautiful bronze artworks. 

Lodging in the Hills

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