POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- Looking for a painting or sculpture to add a decorative improvement to the home or office or perhaps a gift for that special someone? Be sure to check out the 2013 Pound Ridge Fine Arts Festival this weekend Oct. 5-6, on the green next to Key Bank in Scotts Corners.
Now in its 23rd year, the Festival is sponsored by the Pound Ridge Business Association and the event showcases exceptionally creative artistic talent from all across the Country.
With more than 50 artists represented, there will also be several high-quality textile and jewelry crafters.
This is the second year in which the Business Association has retained David Oleski and Steve Oliver to manage the Festival. Both are talented artists and bring to our community other well-known talents to display and sell over the weekend.
Dawn Decker from Lil Beans Toy & Sports is coordinating a food table to benefit the Pound Ridge Newcomers Club and Maggie May's Frozen Yogurt and Ice Cream will also be present.
Speaking on behalf of the Business Association, Ruth Mendes added “Even with the arrival of Sandy last year, the show was successful. This year, the weather gods be willing, we anticipate a much higher attendance. The festival brings a wonderful pool of artistic talent to Pound Ridge and a unique art experience for all."
The Pound Ridge Business Association was founded in 1953 to enable local businesses to better serve the needs of residents living in Pound Ridge and surrounding communities.
For more information on the Pound Ridge Fine Arts Festival including artist details, go to the event website.