Melissa Glaser, left, looks at jewelry at Gem.Geek’s booth at The Village at Winona’s Village Art Fair on Sunday, June 6. Tracy Gordon, right, makes all the items for the business based out of Noblesville. Shoppers could find all types of artwork at the fair this weekend. InkFreeNews photos by Leah Sander.
By Leah Sander
WINONA LAKE — People could find artwork of all kinds in Winona Lake this weekend.
The Village at Winona had its Village Art Fair Saturday, June 5, and Sunday, June 6. Shoppers could find paintings, jewelry, clothing and more for sale. There were also food vendors and live music.
Garry Jones, left, and Joe Justice of Joe Justice Live of the Fort Wayne-area perform at the fair on Sunday.
Howard Hammel of Hammel Horizons Photography, Springfield, Ill., poses in his booth on Sunday. Much of his work for sale was nature images, including some from U.S. National Parks.
Some of the artwork for sale at RedBird Art Studio’s booth. The studio sells pieces by Cardinal Services’ clients, with 60% of the proceeds going to the artists and 40% to maintain the studio and ongoing efforts of the artists. For those who missed the fair, there’s additional artwork for sale at Wire & Steam Coffee Co., Warsaw; Warsaw City Hall; Oakwood Resort, Syracuse; and the North Webster Community Public Library. There will also be some soon at the Warsaw Community Public Library, and people can also stop by the studio at 504 N. Bay Drive, Warsaw, to purchase some.
James Spencer poses in his booth. From Hudson, Mich., he does wood sculpting in addition to his regular job of being a chiropractor.