A variety of art forms were represented in Saturday's opening of the David Adler Music and Arts Center's 34th annual Festival of the Arts at Cook Memorial Park in downtown Libertyville.
The two-day festival features artists displaying works from various art forms, including oil and watercolor paintings, sculptures, glass work, jewelry, photography, printmaking, fiber and more.
Students from the Adler Center Suzuki Violin classes perform throughout the festival, and there will be a free activities tent for children.
The David Adler Music and Arts Center hosts the festival to preserve the legacy of the original Libertyville Art Club, founded in memory of David Adler by his good friend Herb Ruud. The show is organized by the center's administrative staff members to preserve the legacy of the club's mission -- to stimulate and encourage art in the community.
As a not-for-profit organization, the David Adler Music and Arts Center relies solely on the support of individuals in the community to maintain its programming and special events, such as Festival of the Arts.
The festival continues Sunday, Aug. 3, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.