Scenes from New Rochelle’s 2013 ArtsFest

ArtsFest 2013 has come and gone. Last weekend, dozens of art studios and restaurants, and historical sites opened their doors to the public in New Rochelle for a festival celebrating the arts. Charles Fazzino’s studio was one of the more popular locations. Attendees were treated to a tour of Fazzino’s private studio and demonstrations of Fazzino’s three-dimensional technique. They were even invited to try participating in an interactive 3D art workshop.

The Festivities of This Year’s ArtsFest

The festivities of ArtsFest kicked off formally on Friday afternoon at New Rochelle City Hall. Charles Fazzino, along with Mayor Noam Bramson, City Council Member Barry Fertel, 325th Committee Chairwoman Marianne Sussman, and ArtsFest Chair Judith Weber  unveiled and permanently installed the artist’s sculpture commemorating the 325th Anniversary of the city of New Rochelle.

ArtsFest is an annual event in the city of New Rochelle, so plan to join us around the same time next year! And thanks to all of you who did attend. We had a blast!

Charles Fazzino, along with Mayor Noam Bramson, City Council Member Barry Fertel, 325th Committee Chairwoman Marianne Sussman, and ArtsFest Chair Judith Weber unveiling Fazzino's sculpture

Charles Fazzino up at the podium speaking at the ArtsFest sculpture reveal

Two young women working on a 3D painting at the ArtsFests Fazzino workshop

Image of a women named Jessica showing the workshop attendees how to cut for their 3D paintings

Image of a man named Jaime holding up posters of Charles Fazzino's paintings at ArtsFest

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