North Michigan Art Festival: July 8-10

Located across from the Wrigley Building and next to the Tribune Tower, the 20th Anniversary Chicago Tribune North Michigan Avenue Art Festival features fine artists from all over the country.

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Beau Tudzarov's digital art is made on a computer-based 3-D modeling program and printed onto canvass for a clear, sharp finished image.
Lynn and Steve Tebula of Twisted Dimension Art have been making their wooden art objects for 13 years. Here, Steve and a patron eye one of his many wooden clocks.
Calvin Walton may be from Stone Mountain, Ga., but his art is inspired by the New Orlean's Zulu movement and its famous Jazz Festival.
The Cary Henrie Fine Art collection features "green art" made from recyclable polymer insulation panels.
A visitor looks at the vibrant Chicago cityscape collection of Jolyn Hecht Photography. Her collection also feature classic neon signs.
Bill Barteit's art contains urban scenes from all over Chicago, including his hometown neighborhood of Ravenswood.
Akron-based Twin Designs, Inc. displays a collection of jeweled, beaded stainless steel serving pieces.
Jim Smith's wood turning art features urns, pens, pepper mills, and platters made from hand-carved natural woods found all over the world.
Eric Nye gave up his full-time job in telecommunications two years ago to become a fine artist, developing his unique concept of rotating art.
A patron ganders at the artwork of Cape Coral, Fla., artist Georgia Janisse.
A visitor gazes at a Chicago skyline still photographed by city-native Carl Vogtmann.
A woman poses with a set of earrings crafted by Wayman's Wire Wrap Designs out of Indianapolis.
The artwork of E. Moises Diaz features original concept skylines inspired by those of many major cities. To make larger pieces, Diaz switched from using aluminum for his artwork to stainless steel.
"My goal is to play on line, bold color, humor, emotion, and always keep it funky," says Cbabi Bayoc, an artist from St. Louis, Mo.
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