A windy, rainy day didn't keep folks away from the first day of the Carmel International Arts Festival on September 23, 2006. Most just put up an umbrella, hat, or hood and kept looking.
One artist who didn't have to worry about the rain was Doug Arnholter with his All Weather Art and Sculpture.
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I twisted Doug's arm until he agreed to pose with his work.
Sunday offered nicer weather, with thick overcast, but no rain and mild winds.
Artist Santa Brink presented several works specific to Indiana, including this marvelous piece "Beyond the Cornfields." You can find out more on the web at http://www.santabrink.com.
Martial arts or Modern dance? I think mostly the first and a tiny bit the second.
Trudy Robertson displayed fascinating prints of various points of local interest. She was kind enough to let me snap a few shots as she worked.
Touching up a bit.
These prints have a unique character. When finished they feel like a cross between cartoon and caricature; yet with a dreamy kind of realistic precision. You can visit https://www.trudysigns.com
to see more of her work.
Although the rain on Saturday forced the Indy Chinese Performing Arts group under a tent with limited space, it did not diminish the beauty or grace of their performance.
Mayor Jim Brainard extolls the virtues and values of art and the new Carmel Arts district.
Although the picture was snapped around 1PM, the clock in the background appears to have a tiny bit of a problem.