Stamford Arts Festival This Weekend Has Music, Artwork, Activities for Kids and Adults

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Get inspired and celebrate the arts at the Stamford Art Festival at Harbor Point, taking place on Saturday, July 28 and Sunday, July 29 from 10 am to 5 pm, rain or shine.

A juried event featuring more than 100 artists selected locally and from across the country and Canada, the Stamford Art Festival offers paintings, photography, drawings, prints, sculptures, mixed media, jewelry, ceramics, fiber, metal and glass pieces that are original works and available for collecting in every price point.

— an announcement from the festival organizers

Visitors will be able to browse and buy from a wide variety of artists.  The  Festival includes live musical performances on both days, as well as free arts activities and demonstrations for children and adults, plus a variety of food temptations ranging from gourmet food to homemade desserts.

Stamford Art Festival 2018

Stamford Arts Festival before 2018

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From a previous Stamford Art Festival

The festival, now in its fourth year, is currently ranked nationally as one of top 100 Fine Art Festivals in the country by national artists in both Sunshine Artist Magazine and The Art Fair Sourcebook. Taking top honors in only it’s fourth year, the Stamford Art Festival shares it’s success with the artists it represents.

“These exhibiting artists are some of the top award winning “A” listers and creatives in the country” said Sue Brown Gordon, the Stamford Art Festival director. Working with these amazing artists brings me such inspiration and motivation to make the Stamford Art Festival the best Arts event possible.”

Held at the Harbor Point waterfront in Stamford, exhibitors will display their work on the expansive boardwalk overlooking the Stamford Harbor.

Sunday, July 29 features a Farmers Market. It all happens rain or shine, under tents.

Admission to the Stamford Art Festival is free. There is ample free parking. Harbor Point in Stamford is easy to reach via Connecticut Exit 7 on I-95 northbound and southbound.

For more information, visit Stamford Art Festival.org or GordonFineArts.org.

Stampede David Sieczkiewicz Stamford Art Festival 2018

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“Stampede,” by David Sieczkiewicz, framed 20inches by 40 inches, $840.

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