The weather cooperated this weekend for the Bruce Museum’s 31st Annual Outdoor Crafts Festival on Saturday and Sunday, where more than 70 artisans were on hand showing their one-of-a-kind ceramics, wearable art and other fine crafts.
“The Outdoor Crafts Festival attracts a large audience to the museum not only because it offers such a wide variety of work, but also because of its reputation for excellence,” says Sue Brown Gordon, the Museum Festival organizer. “Patrons also love the opportunity to interact directly with the highly-skilled artists and artisans who come from all over the country.”
In addition to the artwork and crafts, there were also educational activities for children, international cuisine to sample, plus live music performances.
The Bruce Museum's galleries were also open. Current exhibitions include the newly opening shows Electric Paris and Electricity, as well as Wild Reading: Animals in Children’s Book Art and Mianus River Gorge: Photographs by William Abranowicz.
Click below for larger views at some of the images Living Greenwich photographer Pam Grunow captured at the Bruce Museum’s 31st Annual Outdoor Crafts Festival:
For more information on upcoming activities at the Bruce Museum, visit www.brucemuseum.org, or call (203) 869-0376.
Photography by Pam Grunow.