Hundreds of people flocked to Waterfront Park in Sister Bay to take in the Festival of Fine Arts, which included many local artists from Door County and Wisconsin Saturday.
Artists ranged in different styles, from a handful of pottery and other crafts, photography, and even jewelry. Dan Powers was one of the artists who was at the Festival, as he was debuting his novel, which has some Sturgeon Bay ties, he said. It was Powers' first year at the festival after he had to cancel last year due to rain. Having conversations with familiar faces was one of his favorite parts of the festival.
The Festival was celebrating 20 years this year, and had its third annual Legacy Artist Exhibit which was located in the Village Hall. The artists that were chosen had a total fifteen combined pieces of art on display, and all three had made significant contributions to the artistic landscape of Door County, according to the Miller Art Museum.