Waxing creative

Sarah Clark, in blue, and her children, Cole, Brie and Ella, purchase a glass flower from Mark Carlson of Quirks, a Nisswa-based art store, Saturday at the 36th Annual Rivertown Art Festival in Lowell Park in downtown Stillwater. The two-day show, hosted by the Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce, featured more than 100 vendors and artists exhibiting works that included handcrafted items from metal, drawings, ceramics, pottery, photography, glass, wood, fiber, painting and jewelry. (Gazette staff photo by Avery Cropp)

Sarah Clark, in blue, and her children, Cole, Brie and Ella, purchase a glass flower from Mark Carlson of Quirks, a Nisswa-based art store, Saturday at the 36th Annual Rivertown Art Festival in Lowell Park in downtown Stillwater. The two-day show, hosted by the Greater Stillwater Chamber of Commerce, featured more than 100 vendors and artists exhibiting works that included handcrafted items from metal, drawings, ceramics, pottery, photography, glass, wood, fiber, painting and jewelry. (Gazette staff photo by Avery Cropp)

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