Karen Warchol admires a hand-crafted bracelet at the 49th annual Saco Sidewalk Art Festival on Saturday while Denise Cassidy looks on. The women, both of Biddeford, were among many who attended the event. (Tammy Wells photo/Journal Tribune) SACO — Sunshine, a slight breeze, artistic talent and customers eager to look and buy, all came together Saturday at Saco’s 49th annual Sidewalk Art Festival. Whether people were in the market for a unique piece of jewelry, pebble art, Maine photography, a custom bird house, a lobster rope door mat, or an exquisite hand-painted scarf, there was plenty to spark the imagination — plenty of must-haves at the annual event. In all, 66 artists plied their wares at the art festival on Saturday. About 40 percent of them were new to the one-day event, said Rob Biggs, the executive director of Saco Main Street, the nonprofit downtown advancement group that hosts the annual shows and sale. Among the new artists was Crystal Reed of Skowhegan, who started creating art pieces from pebbles in 2017. Reed harvests them from the riverbed, on forest trails — and if a particular pebble or two strikes her fancy, from her driveway — and transforms them. While many...