Harvest Festival Art & Craft Show Sunday Oct. 17, See Details under Events
"Winter at Cabin Creek" by Robert Reed
"Cedar Tree" by Jeanne Lampson
"Esther" by Jerry Merrill
"Up Next" by Jan Byington
"Breaking Light" by Monica Sandej
"A Cat Named Bob" by Cheryl Simeone
"Haying" by Kimberly Eiss
"Hiding" by Cindy Eisenhauer
"Mr. Fox" by Archer Ditch
This event is open to all Professional and Amateur Artists. You do not need to be a member to participate. There is also a special category for young artists.
All artwork must be original. Artwork must be the artist’s own creation and not copied from the work of other artists or cloned from copyrighted material. Class or group work must be the sole creation of the artist with no assistance from the instructor or group other than verbal advice. “Copy Class” work is not acceptable. The integrity of the artwork is the responsibility of the artist. If the artwork is determined to be plagiarized, it will be removed from the show and returned to the artist with no entry fee refund.
All artwork must have been created within the past two years and not previously entered in an AANNY Art Show.
Each artist may enter up to three (3) pieces. A complete entry form and payment is due upon submission of artwork.
For each piece of artwork “not for sale”, the artist must indicate the value on the entry form for insurance purposes.
2-D artwork must be no larger than 40” X 54”, matted, framed, and ready for hanging with a side-to-side wire attached on the back. No saw-toothed hangers are allowed.
AANNY will retain a 25% commission on all entries sold during the show. Artwork sold will be released to buyers at the end of the show unless early removal is approved at the discretion of the art show committee.
You may pre-register by mailing a completed entry form and payment by check or credit card to: AANNY, P.O. Box 237, Sackets Harbor, NY 13685. This option speeds the process.
Shipping arrangements for pieces sold are the responsibility of the buyer or artist.
Ann Buchau is a multi-disciplined local artist who enjoys painting in a variety of techniques and mediums, as well as creating functional ceramics and sculptural art.
Ann has always been an active community member and is currently the President of the Board of the Salmon River Fine Arts Center where she also teaches various classes including the Thursday evening drawing classes. A lifelong artist she continues to follow her passion creating and exhibiting her work in several shows and galleries, as well as teaching yoga.
Ann’s previous 29-year career as a marketing professional at Wegmans Food Markets in Rochester afforded her the opportunity to retire and build a home near her daughter and grandchildren in Pulaski and create Citya Studios. Citya is an acronym for 'Creating and Inspiring Through Yoga and Art'.
Ann graduated magna cum laude from Nazareth College in Rochester with a degree in Studio Art and a minor in Business, and also holds a Masters Degree in Advertising Design from Syracuse University.