Picture perfect conditions at Newburgh’s Stoney Steps Art Fest

Emily Zadow if The Plan B Collective knits another piece to add to her collection of knitting bags and eco-products during the annual Stoney Steps Art Fest, held June 15 in Newburgh at the home of Martha Embury. Photo by Adam Prudhomme.

It was another large turn out at the annual Stoney Steps Art Fest, held on Saturday.

Hosted by Martha Embury on her 57 acre Newburgh farm next to the Napanee River, the event featured over 55 local artists from a wide array of backgrounds and styles. Along with the chance to explore and purchase some fantastic hand crafted art, guests could enjoy live music and snack on some hot dogs and pie while taking in a view of the river.

Amherstview’s Ann Maclellan displays her hand-thrown stoneware pottery at Stoney Steps Art Fest. Photo by Adam Prudhomme.


The unique work of Karen Peer of Peer-Fection Art makes for one-of-a-kind home decor. Photo by Adam Prudhomme.


The natural limestone foundation leading into the Napanee River that gives Stoney Steps its name. Photo by Adam Prudhomme. 

Timber admires a flamingo mug featuring the art work of Lisa Ray Koenig, creator of the Groovy Cats series.

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