The Corn Hill Neighbors Association has selected Cuba, NY native Lisa Robinson to design the commemorative poster for the 44th Annual Corn Hill Arts Festival.
Robinson’s drawings and paintings have been a part of the Rochester arts scene for over 20 years. Born and raised in the Southern Tier, Lisa built her career as a freelance artist specializing in architectural renderings and graphic design. Her interest in architecture led her to painting and drawing homes around the country. Lisa has a special interest in the Corn Hill neighborhood: For over 15 years she has been painting and drawing ink vignettes of unique homes for the Holiday Tour of Homes each December. This year’s Corn Hill Arts Festival poster is inspired by the Victorian architecture and wrought ironwork that enhance the beauty of Corn Hill. Visit Lisa on Facebook (www.facebook.com/LisaRobinsonWatercolors)
The 2012 commemorative image featuring Lisa Robinson’s original design is available on posters, shirts, and specially labeled bottles of wine from the Casa Larga Vineyards. Add to your collection at the Festival’s sales booth, located on Adams Street across from Avery Mall.
The Corn Hill Arts Festival will run Saturday, July 7 from 10AM – 6PM and Sunday, July 8 from 10AM – 5PM. The fine arts show features work from over 400 artists from the United States and Canada. Consistently ranked as one of the nation’s top 200 art shows, it attracts over a quarter-million visitors each year. This year’s Festival features 4 stages of continuous live music and entertainment, expanded family-friendly activities for kids, great food, the 4th Annual Emerging Artist Expo, the Labatt Blue Beer Garden and the “Sippin’ the Lakes” Wine Garden at the Gazebo stage, and more.
For additional information, visit the Corn Hill Arts Festival’s website at www.cornhillartsfestival.com.