The Bucksport Arts Festival is a juried fine art and craft festival located on the Bucksport Waterfront on the banks of the Penobscot River. This year’s festival is scheduled for August 12, 2017.

In addition to visiting the artists along the waterfront from 10am-5pm, stop by the Lighthouse Arts Center throughout the day for free workshops for all ages and at 5pm, a free screening of I Know a Man…Ashley Bryan, a documentary film by local filmmaker Dick Kane. Dick will be on hand on introduce the film and take questions. 


2017 artists include:

Polly Smith Polly’s Watercolors at Heron Pond Farm
Matthew Foster Black Dog Ironworks
Anne Kamilla Alexander Anne Alexander Sculptor
Julia Ventresco OneWomanStudio
Tonya Patten The Moon’s Cache
Sandy Dolan Sandy Dolan Artist
Amanda Pray Sea Glass Frames
Kerwin Whitney Kerwin Whitney Photography
Patricia Pasteur
Anna Low Purplebean Bindery
Martin Gallant Gallant Artwork
Priscilla Wentworth PatchWork Clay
Eric and Tracy Bradford TB Pots Stoneware Pottery
Kathleen Farnsworth Sewing a Notion
Renee Lammers Renee Lammers
Tom Hussey Left Field Graphics
Susan L. Hutton Susan L. Hutton Jewelry
Tina S. Gagnon
Peter Crockett Argyle Iron Works
Alana Hutchins A&E Stoneworks
Barbara Chase Barbara Chase Acrylics
Connie Brown Buzy B’z Studio
Bruce Collins Collins Galleries
Debbie Farley Colour Images Studio
Eloise Kelly Eloweaves
Sarah Koebl Fairyland Jewelry
Cynthia Marsden Glass by CLM
Nancy Tang Glass Orchids
Jorge Castaneda JC Turnings
Roger Ryder Penobscot Pyrographics
Rebecca Emery Reclaimed Maine
Kim Saucier Saucier’s Studio
Jodi Renshaw Studio 36
Teddi Jann Covell Paint ME., LLC
Susan Barnes Travelers and Company
Obrianna Cornelius Obrianna Fine Art

How to Apply for the 2018 Festival

The 2017 Artist Application Deadline has passed.  Bucksport Arts Festival is now accepting applications for local, artisanal food vendors.  Contact us at the info below, or download and submit an application today.


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