SARAFORNIA: The Arts of Calistoga
March 30 – April 2, 2017
A four day grassroots celebration of Calistoga’s bohemian spirit.
Thank you to everyone who kicked back with some Calistoga culture this spring! To everyone else… here’s what you missed:
Want to stay in Calistoga and really immerse yourself in our artistic vibes?
Embrace your inner artist with Mount View Hotel’s Arts in April package, featuring two hotel nights, breakfast, private abstract landscape classes with artist Karen Lynn Ingalls, and a lunch and wine tasting in the vineyards at Bennett Lane Winery! Book Now
The third annual ENGAGE Art Fair was a curated and immersive event featuring some of the Bay Area’s best artists, craftspeople and performers who come to Calistoga to meet, create and engage with the public.
Photos © Bob McClenahan and Alexander Rubin
Flower Bomb was an exhibit of twelve artworks paired with floral arrangements. Six artworks were original paintings by local artists while the remaining six were reproductions of masterpieces from various times and places in history. Each floral arrangement was designed in response to one of these artworks. The exhibit sought to represent the inherent diversity of art, from racial and gender diversity of the artists to the endless rainbow of colors exploding from the canvases and vases.
Hosted at T-Vine Winery
Photos © Robb McDonough
The Storytelling Speakeasy featured writers and raconteurs telling stories about Calistoga, the Valley and living life on the edge. In addition to spoken word, local musical group Moonlight Daydream performed between speakers.
Hosted at Tank Garage Winery
Speakers Organized by Nick Triglia
Video courtesy of Olivia Everett