Bruce Museum hosts the best of the best at annual Outdoor Arts Festival

The Bruce Museum is hosting their annual Outdoor Arts Festival in Greenwich.
For 41 years, countless people have submitted their work to the festival, which is known among artists as one of the best in the country.
Only 44 of them were selected by jurors to showcase their work this year.
"We only take a certain amount of each medium. So, it's quite competitive in some of the categories. Which means you're getting the best of the best,” said Sue Brown Gordon, the festival’s director.
One of the lucky artists is photographer David Margolis.
"It means everything when you can be here. It's an affirmation of your work,” he said.
Sculptor Drew Klotz has attended the event for over 10 years.
"When you're creating your work, you're usually by yourself in the studio. It's nice to get it out in public where people can see it, and if they want to buy a piece, they buy a piece,” he said.
"These shows are a way for me to speak with people who are interested in my work, craftsman and painters here about techniques and what their lifestyle is like. So, it's a pleasant way to spend the day,” said artist Alan Garry.