Pelham Holiday Artfest Online 2021


Pelham Holiday Artfest ONLINE

Show and Sale from November 19 until December 15, 2021

Opening on November 19th, we welcome all visitors, collectors and art lovers to browse and purchase original artwork from the comfort of their own homes.

35 juried artists and artisans are participating in our very first Pelham Holiday Artfest Online. Our Creative Gems collection has something suitable for every budget. From wood turned bowls and nutcrackers, to one of a kind glass works to paintings in varied mediums and sizes, there is something for everyone.


Black Walnut Natural Edge Bowl (2020) Wood turning courtesy of James Pook

Join us for the Pelham Holiday Artfest Online 2021 on November 19th

Browse, select and purchase from hundreds of original artworks.

Get to know the participating artists. Contact information is on their galleries. Artists are happy to answer your questions about their work.

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Softly Slowly (2021) Painting courtesy of Christopher Peet

About the Pelham Art Festival
The Pelham Art Festival now in its 35th year, is recognized as one of the premiere arts festivals in Ontario, hosting nationally and internationally acclaimed Canadian artists. Our In-person festival held on Mother’s Day Weekend in the Pelham Meridian Community Centre draws thousands of visitors from across Southern Ontario. We held our first successful Online Festival this year courtesy of COVID and are looking toward the success of our Pelham Holiday Artfest Online show and sale.

The festival is a fund-raising event, and artists donate back 15% of their sales. We are a proud community sponsor of Pelham Public libraries and the arts. Festival proceeds benefit the Pelham libraries and provide annual scholarships to graduating Pelham students pursuing post-secondary studies in fine arts from E.L. Crossley Secondary School, Notre Dame College School and to Pelham students enrolled in the Art and Design Program at Niagara College. The festival also supports various community arts projects.


Big Storm Approaches Southern Ontario (2019) Photograph courtesy of John Davidson