51.) Carmel International Arts Festival Review – Carmel, Indiana – September 22, 2018

When I arrived in downtown Carmel, Indiana…

…I greeted some of the residents…

…and then joined the mass of festival goers…

…to celebrate the Carmel International Arts Festival.

Here, artists were lined up along Main and Rangeline Streets…

…displaying beautiful leather journals (The Binding Bee)…

…fine art abstractions (William Oistad)…

…colorful clay (Michael Kifer)…

…surreal paintings (Vladimir Ovtcharov)…

…whimsical sculptures (Kent Epler/Joel Pinkerton)…

…handcrafted story boxes (Patricia and Jon Hecker)…

…kinetic pieces…

…and art that celebrated pooches (Brian Phillips)…

…fish…

…and all sorts of Creekstone Critters (Bill Carver).

Aspiring artists and performers could collect information from local schools and centers (Herron/Center)…

…enjoy some art from students in Carmel’s sister city in Japan…

…try their hand at some painting…

…try their feet at some dancing (Fred Astaire Dance Studio)…

…or just sit back for a creative face painting.

Meanwhile, it was hard not to sit and take in the great live entertainment (Airstream Betty)…

…especially while sipping a glass of local wine (Heagy/Peace Water)…

…drinking a local beer (Sun King)…

…or finding some food from one of the many possibilities, including food trucks (Ahtti Korean Munchies)…

…local schools and organizations (Carmel High School)…

…and participating downtown restaurants (Bub’s Burgers).

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