Forty-two artists from 10 states and Israel show and sell their original artwork this weekend including clay items by popular artist Celeste Theodore from Florida, pewter by Missouri pewter artists Kandis and Randy Lovcik, one-of-a kind pine needle baskets by Oklahoma artist Elizabeth Smathers and documentary-style images of the Dana-Thomas House and the Old State Capitol by Stan Squires of Springfield. Local music, kids activities and food put the final touches on this spectacular spread of visual art.

Art Spectacular at the Carillon
Saturday, September 12
Sunday, September 13
Washington Park Rees
Memorial Carillon
Chatham and Fayette

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