Artist Edward Park stands next to his stunning oil painting of Sorrento Harbor, Florida. He explained that the painting took about 3 weeks to create, “not counting the beginning time.”
Park’s boat and water paintings on the side of Park’s tent created the illusion of oversized windows into a peaceful lake.
Performer Michael Kelsey filled up a stage with sound using no more than one guitar and his voice. Noting the early performance time, he quipped that he could “not remember the last time I had to set an alarm to get up for a gig.”
Arndt’s Fudgery drew continuous crowds, eager to sample and buy.
Young Kiersten Meisberger listens intently for the next instruction to finish her clay pot.
A dab of clay on the nose signified her success.
The musical group Unlikely Alibi performed at the Riverfront Stage despite the surging waters beneath the stage. They performed a sequence of refreshing reggae songs.
Henna “tattoo” applied in the perennial favorite booth.