Festival Art, Posters & Gifts

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 wine glasses, coffee mugs, CDs of our concerts and soloists, notecards, and posters.

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.

Sunriver Music Festival posters are available for $25 ($30 shipped). Framed posters are $85. Notecards with Festival art throughout the years are $30 for a pack of 10. All merchandise available at the Sunriver Music Festival office.

Call 541-593-1084 or email [email protected] to purchase posters.

2024 Season Poster

“Twilight Glow” by Robert Allan Hooper
Original artwork acrylic on canvas, 18″x24″

Robert Allan Hooper’s “Twilight Glow” was selected as Sunriver Music Festival’s poster artwork for 2024. Each year, the Festival features an artist local to Central Oregon for the season’s poster. Artists were invited to submit their artwork for consideration and a jury of professional artists from the Artist’s Gallery Sunriver makes the selection.

Fine art quality reproductions of this work will also grace the cover of the brochure and program book for the 47th season of the Summer Festival.

About the Artist

In Robert’s words…

“I was born in 1942 in British Columbia, the last of four sons to my wonderful parents. We were raised being taught to love the beauty of nature.

My mother was an artist, who saw in me my interest in art. When I was eight years old, she sacrificed to get me three months of lessons.

At age 13, we moved to Southern California. I made a friend, who is my best friend to this day. We loved to hike, ride bikes and camp. We loved the beauty of the mountains, orange groves and desert, which all we had to do was step out our door to see. Over the years, we visited many ghost towns, abandoned barns and abandoned old caves.

In high school, I took art classes. At age 16, I entered an art contest. I did not get first place in the contest, so I put away my supplies.

As an adult, life got very busy with a wife and four kids and during that time my artistic talent went towards designing yards and decorating homes.

After I lost my first wife, one of my sons and I were going through family photos, and there it was, the painting I had done at 16. My current wife asked why I had stopped painting. I told her the story and said I wasn’t going to paint again. For Christmas that year, my son had framed prints of my painting made for myself and my children. My current wife asked me again to start painting. For my 79th birthday, my wife got me painting supplies, with acrylics as my medium. By this time, we were living here in Bend, Oregon, with snow and long, cold winters to pass the time painting. I am enjoying painting pictures of the beauty God has given us. It has been three years and I have not wasted any canvases.

It is with great pride that my painting ‘Twilight Glow’ was chosen for the Sunriver Music Festival poster for 2024.”

-Robert Allan Hooper, artist

Past Season Artwork