Other artists booths displayed goods in a variety of mediums including photography, glass, tie-dye, jewelry, metal, pottery, painting, crafts, woodworking, acrylic, soaps and more.
Artists were judged in several categories including Best of Show and first-, second- and third-place positions for both 2-D and 3-D works.
This year’s winners include potter Paul Pfrehm for Best of Show, painter Gloria Lamar for first place 2-D works, photographer Debra Van Swearingen for second place 2-D, painter Thomas Stotts for third place 2-D, jeweler Louanne Duckworth for first place 3-D works, potter June Whitacre for second place 3-D and woodworker Dan Nealey for third place 3-D. Judges Carol Beesley and Alan Atkinson selected this year’s winners.
For those inspired by the surrounding arts, the Firehouse had its own booth set up to advertise available classes in the next semester as well as accept enrollments.
In addition to the visual arts, musicians jammed out on two separate stages. The music was hosted by McMichael Music, with one stage featuring local bands and McMichael Music Rock Clinic bands on the other.
Firehouse Executive Director Douglas Shaw Elder said the second night of the fair will include new music and newly placed art in artist booths.
For more information on the fair, visit normanfirehouse.com.