Artists, art studios and arts organizations from across Long Island (and beyond) set up shop on Terry Street in Patchogue Village Saturday for the first-ever Arts on Terry festival, which attracted hundreds of people south of Main Street.
The festival, which ran from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., was a collaboration of Patchogue Arts Council and the artists and residents of Artspace.
The two groups share space in the Artspace Patchogue Lofts apartment building on Terry Street.
Between 500 and 600 artists were represented, the organizers said.
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Michel Velt of The Netherlands delights onlookers with spray paint.
Sketch artist Segundo Orellana of Ecuador.
A Derrick Prendergast piece that was displayed at the Phoenix Art Gallery & Studio (Bayport) tent.
Joe Pecoraro of Long Island Glass at work next to Artspace.
Wood artist Michael Braceland Smith explains his craft to a furniture maker and his family.
Onlookers get a glimpse of Giant Discoman by Anti Lui
Giant Discoman is on display in the community garden.
The arts tents that lined Terry Street and into the adjacent parking lot.
Chalk artists (L-R) Nicole Grima, Maria Grima and Seth Barbosa, all of Carle Place.
Kristin Leadbetter of Rochester, N.Y. poses for sketch artists.