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Jamie Sutliff of Long Lake, known as an author of children’s books and a fine craftsman of rustic furniture, gets his woodworking tools out to work on an uncompleted project while showing some of his finished wares. (Photo/Pete Klein)

Robert Stump of Robert Stump Studios in Poughquag, who has a seasonal home in Indian Lake, displayed his plein air paintings and rustic lamps. Stump is also known for his Bob Stump & The Blue Mountain Band, which played at Byron Park in Indian Lake in August. (Photo/Pete Klein)

The Intermountain Trio added folk music to the country weekend atmosphere. The trio is composed of (from left) Michael McAllister, Don Golden and Tim Keegan. (Photo/Pete Klein)

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Museum grounds take on a rustic appearance

Sunday, September 15, 2013 - Updated: 9:54 AM

By PETE KLEIN

Staff Reporter

BLUE MT. LAKE -- Some clouds, some sun but no rain and autumn-like temperatures made for a good weekend when over 50 rustic makers exhibited and sold their creations during The Adirondack Museum’s 26th Annual Rustic Furniture Fair Saturday and Sunday.

Artisans and artists from all over the United States, some from as far away as Norridgewock, Maine and Sayner, Wisc., came to Blue Mt. Lake for the event.

Local rustic furniture makers included three from Long Lake: Russ and Liz DeFonce of Bookman Designs, Mike Roberts of Roberts Rustic and Jamie Sutliff.

The “great camps” of the rich and famous popularized the Adirondack rustic style of decor, originating with Camp Pine Knot in Raquette Lake in the late 1800s.

The crowds were good Saturday and the same was expected for Sunday. The fall foliage was rapidly advancing with promises of the full color beauty to come by the end of September.

The fall fun continues in Indian Lake with the Adirondack Mountains Antique Show Sept. 18-22 and the Great Adirondack Moose Festival Sept. 28-29.

     

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