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Bartlett art festival continues Sunday

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  • Gayle Shoemaker, right, of Bartlett helps AmyRenee Cornelius select fine art prints by Fernand Baros during the Arts in Bartlett Festival of the Arts at Bartlett Park Saturday.

       Gayle Shoemaker, right, of Bartlett helps AmyRenee Cornelius select fine art prints by Fernand Baros during the Arts in Bartlett Festival of the Arts at Bartlett Park Saturday.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Veronica Baran, 4, of Bartlett paints with watercolors during the Arts in Bartlett Festival of the Arts event at Bartlett Park Saturday.

       Veronica Baran, 4, of Bartlett paints with watercolors during the Arts in Bartlett Festival of the Arts event at Bartlett Park Saturday.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

  • Veronica Payne of South Elgin views mixed media 3D artwork by Robert Aebi of Lathrop, Missouri, during the Arts in Bartlett Festival of the Arts at Bartlett Park Saturday.

       Veronica Payne of South Elgin views mixed media 3D artwork by Robert Aebi of Lathrop, Missouri, during the Arts in Bartlett Festival of the Arts at Bartlett Park Saturday.
    Joe Lewnard | Staff Photographer

 
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The 12th Annual Arts Festival produced by Arts in Bartlett will continue from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, June 29, in Bartlett Park at Oak and North Avenues.

A free juried art show with nearly 50 artists fills the park with a variety of paintings and drawings, photography, jewelry, sculpture and metalwork, fiber and mixed media art. Visitor votes will determine the People's Choice Award on Sunday.

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Children can create their own art in the Children's Art Gazebo. The World Tent features drumming circles and a henna artist. A "sit and knit" tent lets visitors contribute colorful knitting to be used for a project for the 2014 Bartlett Heritage Days Sept. 5-7.

Food vendors, a beer-and-wine tent and non-stop entertainment also are part of the festival. A full list of artists and schedule of entertainment is available at www.artsinbartlett.org.

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