Live Oak Music Festival will be represented this year with artwork created by San Luis Obispo painter, muralist, and digital illustrator Amy McKay.

The work, according to Festival information, reflects her deep connection to the community and the natural world.

McKay says she was inspired by the beauty of El Chorro Regional Park, incorporating a bit of a trail and a nod to the oak forest, with Cerro Romauldo in the background, all framed by sunset skies. The landscape colors, just like the park itself, are virbrant, and when the landscape scene crosses over onto a guitar shape, it becomes night.