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The 59th Armonk Outdoor Art Show Returns to the Field!

Saturday & Sunday, September 25 & 26
10am-5pm ~ Rain or Shine

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Contact: Anne Curran, Executive Director
(914) 629-7529

June, 2021

The 59th Annual Art Show Returns to the Field on September 25-26!

Our top-ranked show returns to the great outdoors this fall, with inspiring original art in a safe and welcoming environment. Stay tuned as plans and procedures will be announced to reflect changing protocols.

Our 160 juried artists will present work in a broad range of art, including Fine Crafts, Mixed Media, Painting, Printmaking/Drawing/Pastels, Sculpture, Photography/Digital Art, and Wearable Art.

Be inspired and plan to purchase great art!

Follow us on social media for previews of our artists and daily artistic inspiration that will guide your preferences and offer previews of artwork and artists. You can explore the work of all artists through our website. We designed these tools to provide ways to connect with your favorite artists, see new exhibitors, help you plan your visit to the show and find artwork that you love.

Our beloved Art Show, nearly six decades strong, is fueled by a special community of talented artists, dedicated volunteers, art-savvy patrons, and generous sponsors. Our spirit and commitment to presenting an independent, nationally acclaimed Art Show is a testament to all involved. Every year, net proceeds of the Art Show support our local library, funding educational and entertainment programs for all ages, and The Armonk Players theater group.

This is a special year. We look forward to reuniting in person, in appreciation of great art, camaraderie, and lifting up our communities through our shared commitment to staging another great show!

Anne Curran, Executive Director


Nationally Recognized Show

Small Town, Big Impact Show

A Must Do Event in Westchester

Building an Art City