Kim Caines of the Allegan Area Arts Council looks over a brochure with another guest at a booth featuring fused glass and scarves by the Art Barn of Saugatuck.Heavy metal dragonflies appeared to be invading Art in the Garden . John Ward of Art on Wheels creates the dragonflies from a spark plug for the body and wings made from silverware handles.This youngster checks out a vendor's booth.This artist works on a painting of an eagle.One of the day's demonstrations was on bonsai, a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers.These driftwood chimes resembled fish.Another vendor in the art fair caught the light quite well.

Sun shines on Allegan's Art in the Garden

Virginia Ransbottom, Staff Writer

The Allegan Area Arts Council's seventh Annual Art in the Garden event was Saturday, April 11, at The Silo banquet facility. The event attracted hundreds to peruse offerings of handmade art inspired by nature and garden-related items.

More than 50 vendors bedazzled shoppers with their wares, and demonstrations and workshops helped visitors create their own garden or other piece of art to take home.


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