The Paradise City Arts Festival makes its annual three-day-weekend autumn stop in Northampton, Mass., on Saturday through Monday, showcasing hundreds of artisans, artists and craftspeople from all over the country, including 14 from Connecticut.
The Connecticut artists are:
Megan Brogden of Wilton (fiber arts);
Tara Cafiero and Peter Hill of Sharon (cat and dog clocks);
Regine and Robert Chernauskas of Seymour (mosaics);
Cindy Ciarcia and Sandy Fiedler of Bristol (fiber arts);
Cheryl Davis of Farmington (oils);
George Gabriel of West Haven (metal Judaica);
Vicente Garcia of Simsbury (steel rebar sculpture);
Zhiyi Ji of Enfield (oils) (Pictured is one of her works, “Trees.”)
Ronald Lee of Ellington (wooden kaleidoscopes);
William McCarthy of Hamden (oils);
Michael Michaud of Fairfield (jewelry and metalwork);
Irene Reed of Hartford (crochet and fabric handbags and sculptures);
Lori Ross of Ashford (fiber arts);
Vicki Thaler of West Hartford (jewelry)
Hours for the show are Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Monday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is $12, $10 seniors, $8 students. Parking is free.
The site is 54 Old Ferry Road, off Route 9 in Northampton.