POUND RIDGE, N.Y. – A palette of fall foliage colors will provide the setting for the annual Pound Ridge Fine Arts Festival this weekend.
The event, sponsored by the Pound Ridge Business Association, is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., at the Key Bank Shopping Center in Scotts Corners.
“We’ll be bringing 50 artists with original creations to Scotts Corners. It’s a wonderful multi-media show that has been improved this year to showcase a broad selection of fine art,” said Ruth Mendes, Pound Ridge Business Association member. “In addition to many artists familiar to past show attendees, a number of new artists have been invited.”
The show’s new managers, David Oleski and Steve Oliver, have worked together to organize and manage the prestigious Rittenhouse Square Fine Art shows in Philadelphia, as well as the Amagansett Fine Arts Festival in the Hamptons region of Long Island. The structure and arrangement of the festival has been streamlined to accommodate both the new artists and some of Scotts Corners favorite crafters from more recent years.
Parking and admission are free. The Key Bank Shopping Center is at 56 Westchester Ave., in Pound Ridge.
For more information, visit www.PoundRidgeFineArts.com .
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