Soft flute music drifted over and through the paintings and people on the King House lawn Saturday afternoon.
The cool fall day proved to be perfect for the nearly 50 artists who showed their stuff during the Tenth Annual Suffield Fine Arts Festival sponsored by the Tobacco Valley Artists Association.
"It started out cloudy, but then the sun came out and then the people came out," said volunteer Joyce Benson.
The show is different than some other art events as there is no craftwork on site. Selected artists presented fine photography, oils, acrylics and mixed media.
"Everything is different," said Suffield resident and artist Josephine Kosman, "There's a little bit of everything."
Ed Chase, president of the Suffield Historical Society, said the art show is a boon to the organization as it brings in visitors to the historic King House who walk through the home during the day.
For more information on the TVAA, check out: