The International Art Festival is a 3-day gathering of artists from the Greater Northwest and beyond representing a rich cultural tapestry. A unique art display with a touch of sophistication, the echoing sounds of music, gourmet food, wine and beer garden, all within the beautiful settings of Peace Arch Park.
The beauty of the neighboring San Juans is portrayed remarkably in this piece by Boise artist Chi E Shenam Weston. Our festival brings artists from all around the region to exhibit their talents and enjoy the beauty of the Pacific Northwest.
The International Art Festival celebrates many types of fine art media including photography, such as this piece by Blaine photographer and digital artist Jerry Janeway, who uses technology to further preserve and enhance already interesting subjects.
Samson Estates Winery joins us again this year, bringing their award-winning wines and handmade chocolate truffles. Samson is a small family owned winery located in the Nooksack Valley in the northernmost corner of Washington State’s Puget Sound Appellation.
Peace Arch Park is a beautiful and unique international park located at the extreme western end of the contiguous US-Canada land border, where it terminates at Semiahmoo Bay of Puget Sound. It is the home of the Peach Arch monument, a symbolic gateway commemorating lasting peace and exchange.
Peace Arch Park showcases the area’s natural beauty and highlights the unique relationship between our two countries. The festival is filled with the diversity and rich culture provided by a variety of artists.