Join Us For Our 26th Annual MOSAICS Fine Art Festival
We’re back…and we’re ready to showcase the finest local, regional and national artists
for your viewing (and buying) pleasure.
Interested in joining us?
Then mark your calendar for our family-friendly festival that returns to the streets of St. Charles.
September 17 – 19, 2021.
See you all soon!
The MOSAICS Fine Art Festival will take place on September 17-19, 2021
Learn How to Become a Juried Artist!
Artists, join us for the 2021 MOSAICS Fine Art Festival!
2019 Award Winners
MOSAICS Fine Art Festival was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19. Here is a list of artists who received awards in 2019:
Sandi Garris – State College, PA – Drawing
Ed Martin – Springfield, IL – Glass
Catherine Geyer – St. Louis, MO – Jewelry
Vladimir Ovtcharov – Albuquerque, NM – Oil/Acrylic
Nelson Perez – St. Louis, MO – Oil/Acrylic
Michael Steddum – Webb City, MO – Oil/Acrylic
Wayne Gao/Michelle Chang – Rowland Heights, CA – Other
Peter Rujuwa – Greenwood, IN – Sculpture
Paul Trinklein – St. Charles, MO – Sculpture
Matthew Roman – Lawrence, KS – Wood
Something Fun For Everyone
The MOSAICS Fine Art Festival concentrates on high-quality art, education, and community involvement opportunities. Over the past 27 years, MOSAICS continues to grow as the premier professional arts festival held in St. Charles County and is a registered nonprofit 501 c (3) status organization with the State of Missouri.
To enhance the overall Festival experience for all attendees, the “H. Robert Pank Memorial Entertainment Pavilion/Stage” provides musical talent and LIVE entertainment for everyone of all ages.
Parents, we’ve postponed the Children’s Village tent which includes a kids creation station for kids 14 and under to explore art through a variety of mediums, in order to preserve the safety of the children during the pandemic; and the Art Shop for Kids where children can purchase fine art donated by participating MOSAICS artists at a nominal cost. At the Art Shop for Kids, we will only be allowing 1 or 2 children in the tent at a time in order to keep the children safe through social distancing.
Joyce Rosen Founders Scholarships
For the 25th Anniversary, the Festival board of directors introduced the inaugural Joyce Rosen Founders Scholarships for high school artists. The 2019 Scholarship winners are:
1st Place – Brian Dunagan – Christian High School – 10th grade
2nd Place – Clarice Bartel – Fort Zumwalt North High School – Spring 2019 graduate
3rd Place – Evelyn Schmidt – Lutheran High School – Spring 2019 graduate
4th Place – Charlotte Davis – Timberland High School – 12th grade
Honorable Mention – Isabella Tomaszewski – Timberland High School – 12th grade
Funding for these scholarships was generated from generous supporters who donated via the St. Louis Community Foundation’s “Give Stl Day” event.
We will be sponsoring a Give Stl Day again this year, and while we will not be holding the Joyce Rosen Foundation Scholarship exhibit at the 2021 festival*, it will return in 2022. Please feel free to donate and your funds will be used toward next years recipients.
*Due to COVID and the extra work load it has added to our local teachers, we decided it was best to not put further stress on them in trying to organize and gather art for the festival exhibit.
Become a Sponsor
The MOSAICS Festival has an interesting diversity of artwork produced by a mix of emerging, mid-career and established artists in all media.
MOSAICS Fine Art Festival is unique in its approach to educating children and adults in how art can enhance their lives. To the community, our program offers cultural advantages and great places for families to live, learn, and play, free of charge. A vibrant arts scene enhances the livability, contributes to increased retail activity, and ultimately the retention of citizens. With your support, MOSAICS can continue to enrich the culture of our great community!.