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ART | Irondequoit Art Trail 

A rare opportunity to see Irondequoit artists at work is offered to the public this weekend. On Friday and Saturday, July 26-27, multiple Irondequoit artists exhibit their work during "Irondequoit Art Trail." Visitors will have the chance to watch artists create, purchase artwork, and witness various demonstrations, with some hands-on opportunities.

Participating artists include Howard Beatty (painting pictured), Zanne Brunner, Meg celso, Kate Deane, Jeanette Ferretti-Wojtas, Kat Kennel, John Lenhard, Paula Peters Marra, Elizabeth Papaleo, Jackie Salsbury, Robin Salsbury, Sheila ("S.A.M.") Shrestha, Sally Steinwachs, Craig Wilson, and Lisa Zaccour. The group represents various media, including acrylics, oils, watercolors, pastels, colored pencil, collage, fiber art, jewelry, furniture, goldsmith art, bird carvings, dyes on silk, and welded steel. Preview samples of their work will be exhibited at various locations in and around Irondequoit.

The Art Trail will be held on Friday, 5:30-8:30 p.m., and Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Participation is free, and more information and a list of locations is available at


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