Art & Wine

Call to Artists for the 46th Season

Stop by the Music Festival office in the Village at Sunriver (Building 13) to view our gallery of Festival artwork over the years and check out our assortment of merchandise and gifts. We have specially-selected wines from favorite Oregon wineries, wine glasses, coffee mugs, CDs of our concerts and soloists, notecards, and posters.  Click here for wine sales.

Sunriver Music Festival posters are available for $20 ($30 shipped). Framed posters are $85.
Notecards with Festival art throughout the years are $25 for a pack of ten. All merchandise available at the Sunriver Music Festival office.

Each year, local artists are invited to submit a piece of artwork for the annual Summer Festival poster. We have framed and unframed prints of several years’ posters available at the office for purchase – Stop by and peruse the gallery on our walls going all the way back to the debut 1978 season to see which fit best in your decor.

Call 541-593-1084 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to purchase posters.

Sally MacAllister - Poster Artist for 2022

2022 poster art smaller

Sally MacAllister - "Cascade Sunset"
Original oil on canvas 16x20

Sally MacAllister's original painting “Cascade Sunset” has been selected as Sunriver Music Festival’s poster artwork for 2022! Each year, the Festival features an artist local to Central Oregon for the annual festival poster. Artists were invited to submit a piece for consideration and a jury of professional artists from the Artist's Gallery Sunriver selected Sally's artwork.

Sally MacAllister's original artwork is custom framed by Eastlake Framing and will be a featured auction item at 2022's annual fundraiser, Festival Faire, on July 10, 2022 at the Sunriver Resort Great Hall.

About the Artist

In Sally's words...

Sally MacAllister"I was born and raised in Southern California, living from the desert to the sea and leaving a piece of my heart in the Eastern Sierras. Although I did not grow up in a family of any practicing artists, I did grow up surrounded by good art and good artists.My father was a journalist of the great Southwest and he and my mother also owned the Desert Southwest Art Gallery in Palm Desert.There were many childhood road trips visiting artists in their studios from Tucson to New Mexico, the canyons of Sedona to the vast Navajo reservations.Not only did I get to sit and emerge into the sensory overload of artists’ studios, I also got to trek along on impressionable plein air outings with masterful painters.A seed was planted.

I enjoyed creating, but never pursued painting as anything more than a part time interest.I did take a few studio classes at the University of California but chose to major in Art History with the museums of California and my travels extending the classroom.Raising a family and working full time in the business world precluded time to practice art.

Seven years ago I was diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis.However I had pictured an active retirement was now changed and challenged.One of the first books I read in researching this disease was a biography by Anne Romney and her journey with MS.She left me with a poignant piece of advice – one that surely applies to anyone facing a chronic disease: “pursue your passion”.My passion, even though a latent one, was PAINTING.And so my journey – on a new path – began.

Three years ago, my husband and I retired to his native Oregon, and settled in Bend.My immediate task was to find an instructor and get immersed in the art community of Bend. I am an active member of the SageBrushers Art Society – a resource of education, camaraderie, and studio space.

I have been so inspired by this amazing landscape that surrounds and envelopes us.The colors of the seasons, the brush strokes of sunrises and sunsets, the majestic contours of our mountain peaks and the soothing expanse of rolling hills and fields – even the juniper that punctuate the high desert are an inspiration.What is my style?Not an easy answer as I am still exploring and learning so much about painting and myself. I do know that broad and bold brushstrokes are so satisfying, and the magic of a colorful palette is so exciting.I do tend toward abstract landscapes – not intending to replicate what I see but evoke the feelings I sense before me.

I am so honored to pair with Sunriver Music Festival’s 45th season.Art meets art.I hope the viewer of my “Cascade Sunset” is left feeling the warmth of a cold winter’s day, sensing the pride of stoic winter trees as they wait for Spring, and hearing the soft music of the slow winter river."

--Sally MacAllister, artist

Sunriver Music Festival posters are available for $20 ($30 shipped). Framed posters are $85.
Notecards with Festival art throughout the years are $25 for a pack of ten. All merchandise available at the Sunriver Music Festival office.


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Sunriver Music Festival
P.O. Box 4308
Sunriver, OR 97707

Located in the Sunriver Village Building 13

Office Hours
9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Phone: 541-593-1084
Tickets: 541-593-9310