NORWALK, Conn. — Crowds strolled the grounds of the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum over the weekend, enjoying the fourth annual Norwalk Art Festival set up in a series of tents outside.
On hand were more than 125 artists showing one-of- a-kind ceramics, paintings, jewelry, photography and other fine arts and crafts.
In addition to art, the festival included fun and educational activities for children, and an international food court for treats.
Live music performances were provided throughout the weekend by various musicians, including Norwalk’s own Edward Wright, Annalisa Ewald, Sarah Golley, and Rebecca Christopherson’s Tess and Suzuki students.
Mayor Harry Rilling officially opened the festival with the first brush stroke of paint on a large community mural project.
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