Hundreds of visitors flocked to watch and participate in the annual arts showcase. Artists and crafters in kiosks sold their wares and gave demonstrations, musicians played and the gallery spaces had a constant flow of viewers.
TABS' featured art show,
"We've had steady traffic all afternoon," she said. "I was happy people had a chance to view this show, which is about the legacy of
Schwarz said the show spotlighted
"My goal was to educate the community about both local artists from the past who made waves in the international art world, and local artists who are contemporary right now."
Schwarz said all of the artists on display were notable, but some were famous in the 1940s and 1950s.
Schwarz also included a piece by local artist
"All of these people have contributed to the arts, and they're all from this area," she said.
The Then and Now Show will continue running at the old
There was also an art show upstairs at Take 5, a new
Taylor was also pleased with Sunday's crowd.
"I hope the TABS show continues every year," he said.
"I sold one piece, but mostly there were just interested art lovers taking it all in," she said. "It was a nice event."
"When you get perfect weather like this and so many great artists showing their work on
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