June 5-6, 2021 @ Downtown Lenox, MA

—The Lenox Artwalk is a collaboration between the Town of Lenox Chamber of Commerce and the Producers of the Berkshires Arts Festival, Richard & Joanna Rothbard.

Last year's launch amidst the pandemic, brought an enthusiastic crowd to town resulting in many happy exhibitors and some significant sales. Here is a comment from one of those happy artists.

Dear Richard and Johanna,

 Thank you for co-hosting such a wonderful show.  (You even arranged for perfect weather!)  The “village” concept was quaint as well as safe,  providing for a healthy distance for the artists and patrons.    We were very well-received by the Lenox community of art and craft patrons.  They proved to be very knowledgeable about fine craft, very discerning regarding high-quality and well-made products, and appreciative of unique, hand-made items.  Our sales at the Lenox Art Walk this weekend exceeded our sales from last year’s Berkshire show and we would love to return to the community.  Thank you for the invitation to attend.  Well done!

 Best wishes to you and Johanna.

 John and Mary Baun

 Again this will be a juried event taking place in the Town Center Parking lots and various other locations downtown. Categories of art to be included in the fair will be Sculpture, Textiles, Furniture, Ceramics, Wood, Fashion, Glass, Painting, Drawing, Jewelry, and Leather.

The show will be juried by Richard and Joanna Rothbard the Directors of American Art Marketing and owners of An American Craftsman Galleries and limited to70 artists.

Lenox, MA is the Berkshires most notable art town; a community known for both its affluence and cultural history. Lenox is the site of Shakespeare & Company and Tanglewood, summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Canyon Ranch and dozens of exclusive hotels B&Bs and Inns. Indeed a very exiting place for any artist to show their work.

Lenox is just a 30 minute drive from Ski Butternut in Great Barrington, home to our annual July Berkshires Arts Festival.

The Berkshires’ reputation for world-class culture is well deserved boasting over 100 cultural attractions including art, theater, dance, music and historic sites, many of which are world-renowned with Tanglewood, summer home of the Boston Symphony the premier attraction in the region.

As you can see on the map, the Berkshires is composed of a series of small towns. Each one is unique within the most diverse region of Western MA.

We are looking forward to having you join us at one of the most prominent cultural venues in the USA.

Richard & Joanna Rothbard, Directors

Send your proposal to events@americanartmarketing.com. Depending on the nature and extent of your demonstration, there may be a booth price adjustment accordingly.

All Not-for-profits and Cultural Institutions, food vendors & possible sponsors interested in participating may contact Richard Rothbard the Director. Richard@americanartmarketing.com or call 845-661-1221.

This is an outdoor Rain/Shine event. Most booth will be set up on concrete and should be weighted in all 4 corners with a minimum of 30 lbs for each corner. You must supply your own tent or you may rent from Classical Tents.

All booth displays must be professional in appearance and able to withstand all weather conditions.

Booth Fees
• 10 x 10 - $285
• 10 x 15 - $420
• 10 x 20 - $570

• 10 x 10 + Corner $335
• 10 x 15 + Corner $470
• 10 x 20 + Corner 620

  • (Limited Electricity available to demonstrating artists.)

Produced by American Art Marketing the producers of the Berkshires Arts Festival, American Fine Craft Show at Brooklyn Museum, Art & Design Show Sarasota, and the Art Festival at Rockefeller Center.