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Loveland Fine Art Invitational
August 11-13, 2017 Loveland, Colorado

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The Loveland Fine Art & Wine Festival brings three days of world class art, wine and entertainment to Loveland Colorado. Forty-five minutes north of Denver, Loveland Colorado sits at the base of the majestic Rocky Mountains and home of Americas's largest outdoor sculpture show weekend. Held annually in August, these events attract thousands of art enthusiasts and collectors from across the US and abroad.

The Fine Art and Wine Festival will join the festivities in Loveland with a stunning outdoor gallery showcasing renowned artists from around the Country displaying thousands of original works in a wide variety of mediums and subject matter; Including life-size, monumental, medium and small sculpture in bronze, stone, metal, wood, glass and mixed media; spectacular paintings in acrylic, oil and water colors, mixed media on canvas; batiks, etchings, custom furnishings and home decor.

Show patrons will enjoy the ambiance of strolling throughout the sculpture garden and outdoor gallery filled with fabulous art, sipping a selection of fine wines, and listening to the beautiful sounds of our talented line up of entertainers. For those that enjoy the finer things in life, the Loveland Fine Art and Wine Festival offers a great opportunity to indulge yourself in incredible art, continuous live musical performances, wine tasting, and the best barbeque in the Country!


Yellow Bird Dancers

Yellow Bird Productions is a professional entertainment company providing, unique and authentic Native American song and dance presentations, including interactive activities. We are an Apache family of experienced professionals who have successfully entertained groups of all sizes, ranging from 12 to 3,000 through out the world. Representing the essence of American Indian culture "The Family".



Bluesman Mike Andersen and the Blues Review Band

"The Blues Review Band was formed out of Bluesman Mike's passion for the Blues. In the Year 2007 he decided to go back to his roots by spending his birthday gift on a bass guitar and soon started jamming with co-founder Doug Hill,and started performing all over the Phoenix area.The Band was re-formed, now Bluesman Mike & The Blues Review Band has there 1st CD out " Blues for The Road" w/ hit single "I Love Money" written by Bluesman Mike. Members are Bluesman Mike on Bass , Vocals ,& Harp, Sugar Bear,on Lead Guitar & Vocals, Bobby Nealy ,on Keyboards, and Steve Loecher on Drums....We Do The Blues ....Look for us"

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Estun-Bah (pictured right) has gained quick national recognition as a leading musical ensemble. Along with performing at various schools, festivals, art markets and corporate events, Estun-bah has accomplish the following. Performed for United States First Lady Laura Bush, Kennedy Center For The Performing Arts, Washington DC. Performed at the National Museum Of The American Indian - Washington DC, Indian Market - Santa Fe, NM., Heard Museum Fair and Gathering of Nations Pow-Wow, Albuquerque, NM.

The word "Estun-Bah" is an Apache word meaning "For the Woman." The Native American flute was traditionally used as a courting instrument. A man would play the most beautiful song on his flute before approaching a woman to show his honor and respect for the woman.
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Inka Gold

Inka Gold

Inka Gold continues to perform the traditional music of their grand fathers while using traditional instruments to create and perform contemporary pieces. Inka Gold has been performing across the United States since 1998.

Hundreds of years ago a tradition began amongst the ancient Incan people. An elaborate musical tradition which mimicked the roaring winds and sounds of the great Andes Mountains. Instruments made of raw bamboo and clay were created in order to convey the heart felt sentiments of the Incan people. Today in this new millennium Inka Gold continues the traditions created by their ancestors centuries ago.


Tony Duncan - Hoop Dancer

Tony DuncanTony Duncan Hoop Dancer Tony Duncan (Apache, Arikara and Hidatsa) has performed for audiences worldwide including performances at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, The Smithsonian Museum, The Billboard Music Awards, The Tonight Show, and The White House. Duncan is the current 2013-14 Native American Music Awards ARTIST OF THE YEAR. As a flute player he is currently signed to the largest Native American music label Canyon Records. Read more at Tony Duncans biography.

Duncan is a recording artist and five-time World Champion Hoop Dancer.