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14 Rochester Artists Featured at Art & Apples Festival

Here's a look at who they are and where, in the festival, they will be.

There are more than 290 artists at the Art & Apples Festival with everything from jewelry to photography to glass. That crowd includes 14 from Rochester and Rochester Hills.

For complete coverage of the festival, visit our special Art & Apples section on Rochester Patch.

3D MIXED MEDIA

  • Glenn Parsons, Rochester Hills, Booth 75 

CLAY

  • Wayne Andrews, Rochester Hills, Booth 49

FIBERS

  • Mary Catherine Ford, Rochester Hills, Booth 521

JEWELRY

  • Jim Powrie, Rochester, Booth 34
  • Gerry Canar, Rochester, Booth 533
  • Nancy Potts, Rochester Hills, Booth 542

PAINTING

  • Rick Burger, Rochester Hills, Booth 225
  • Sandra Cochran, Rochester Hills, Booth 517
  • Saskia Wilkowski, Rochester, Booth 219

PHOTOGRAPHY

  • Joseph Aldini, Rochester Hills, Booth 713
  • Dave Dinsdale, Rochester Hills, Booth 248
  • Robert Ditommaso, Rochester Hills, Booth 563
  • James Parker, Rochester Hills, Booth 57 & 58

WOOD

  • Bob Daily, Rochester Hills, Booth 83

Here's a complete guide to all of the artists that will be featured this weekend.

 

Theresa Meegan September 07, 2012 at 01:16 PM
Another wonderful Rochester artist is painter, Barb Markham, in Booth 215. Don't miss her!!
laurie puscas September 07, 2012 at 01:45 PM
Yes, Barb does beautiful watercolors. You won't want to miss her. On your way in or out of the park via Pine Street, visit the tents of the new Arura Salon and Independent Expressions Photography and Design. IE is offering a drawing for a free photo session and also selling some awesome note cards (some of local winter scenes). Hope to see you there.

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