Welcome to Hot Works’™ 15th annual Orchard Lake Fine Art Show® in beautiful West Bloomfield! Its 28 lakes, 150 ponds, numerous parks, nationally recognized library and exemplary schools notwithstanding, West Bloomfield is also home to many of the fine arts.
When: Saturday, July 29, 2017, 10am-6pm
Sunday, July 30, 2017, 10am-5pm
Admission: $5; 12 & under free
Where: Located in the heart of beautiful West Bloomfield, MI • On Powers & Daly Roads, South of Maple, West of Orchard Lake Road
This show features:
- Up to 150 Juried Artists – many not seen at other Michigan art fairs
- $2,500 Professional Artist Awards & Ribbons
- Kroger’s Youth Artist Competition for grades K-8 or ages 5-12; $250 in Youth Art Awards; Join us Sunday, July 31 at 3pm for the winners’ announcement!
- New! Detroit Institute of the Arts’ Family Area – patrons create mosaic tile art activities
- Great food and beverage from local restaurants: Prime29 Steakhouse and Get Juiced, West Bloomfield; Yardbirds, Keego Harbor; Jamaica Jamaica and Detroit Ice Cream Co., Detroit; For the Love of Cheesecake, Southfield; and Gourmet Kettle Corn, Richmond
- Entertainment provided by One Love Reggae Band, Sheila Landis Trio, Don Thomas Music, Vladimir Gorodkin, and Ken Mazur
- Focus is visual arts, diversity, community enrichment and fostering art education among youth
- A jury of art professionals with 120+ years’ combined art fair and/or art education experience
- Facebook us at “hotworksllc” and
- The Orchard Lake Fine Art Show® is produced by Executive Director Patty Narozny, who has been a resident of Oakland County for more than 27 years. “Hot Works™ has gained a reputation for quality, not quantity,” said Patty. “We’re grateful to bring so much economic impact into the area, and a wonderful event to the community.”
West Bloomfield, Michigan is:
Located in southeast Michigan, an upscale neighborhood with rolling hills that provide a tranquil setting for beautiful and lavish homes.
Voted one of Money Magazine's "Best Places to Live".
Located adjacent to Bloomfield Hills, which is the #3 highest income per capita in the United States, according to Wikipedia.org, and home of world-renowned Cranbrook Art Institute.
The Institute for the Arts & Education, Inc., is the a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization dedicated to educate and foster fine arts and crafts among all artists and students, of all age groups and diversity, and the general public. Our mission is to enhance visual arts, diversity, community enrichment and fostering art amongst youth. IA&E integrates ways to enrich lives and strengthen our community through the power of arts via ways in which we can help teach communities how art work is made, and to further the involvement of the community with our events. This association works to encourage creative expression and artistic excellence, and to expand public awareness, appreciation and acquisition of fine arts and fine crafts. Hot Works™ and its non-profit 501.C.3 arm, the Institute for the Arts and Education, are proud of the success and nationwide recognition we have achieved in our educational endeavors.
As part of our commitment to bring art education into the community, the 11th Annual Youth Art Competition is integrated into the art fair. This program encourages students in grades K-8 or ages 5-12 to create their original and personally handmade art. Students are exposed to, and begin to learn the rules of, being part of a professional art show. $250 in Youth Art Awards will be presented on Sunday, July 31 at 3pm.