MONTROSE — More than 30 artists showed their wares Saturday at an Art Walk organized by the Montrose Chamber of Commerce.
The chamber runs the event four times each year, and artwork committee chairman Laurie Jo Phillip said the event is always popular with local artists and residents.
"Many artists are repeat artists and come to all of our Art Walks," she said. "We show mostly fine art rather than craft, and today we have ceramics, oils, prints and watercolors."
Stalls lined Honolulu Avenue with 36 artists working on their projects and selling their goods. Musicians entertained shoppers as they browsed.
Artist Teresa Downer, a full-time artist from Sunland, creates what she calls "dimensional collages."
"I use lots of recycled materials in my collages, like bark, wire or thick paper."
Her work ranged from $35 to $375, and she hoped to sell lots of pieces.
"I have done well here in the past — I made $800 when I was at the last one," she said.