Granville, Ohio Art Fair

I visited the 2010 Granville Art Fair and had a very good time. There were many artists selling their crafts, food, and music. The event was free.

Artists presented such crafts as copper yard art, cement yard art, turned wood bowls and kitchen utensils, blown glass, photography, paintings, jewelry, and more. I even seen art made from soft water conditioners.

Two artists I found interesting were Earl Duck and Rick Mock. Earl Duck had many paintings from the local area and upstate New York. We talked a short while about the places the drawings were from. Great guy to talk to. Rick Mock was pretty busy when I went buy, but looking at his graphic design work was interesting. I don’t mean to belittle their website efforts, but their websites do not do their work justice. The real deal is much more impressive. I’ve never tried to digitize a canvas painting and place it on a website, but the web representations of the art aren’t even close.

I’m not sure what the rules are for an art show? I don’t know if an artist is happy to have you put a photo of their work on a website or not? I didn’t want to offend any of the artists, so I’ll only post a few photos. Enjoy.

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