As an added bonus, several artists will be lifting the veil and showing you how they do their craft. This year's show will have an increased focus on live demonstrations and public engagement, creating even more memorable interactions between the public and these talented artists.
Ed Cepiel, from Morris' Exhibit Gallery, will be painting live in the park, Stephanie Barker will be making jewelry and tools during her stone chipping demonstrations and Jerry Rhoads, a local favorite, will be doing live wood turning throughout the weekend.
Additionally, caricature artist Linda Annen will be in attendance. Annen can create humorous personalized portraits in just a matter of moments, perfect for getting kids interested in the arts.