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Published: Tuesday, June 17, 2014 1:22 p.m. CDT • Updated: Tuesday, June 17, 2014 1:23 p.m. CDT
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Eliza Brady, 5, of Grayslake paints an owl at the Bisque-It Makers booth during the Grayslake Art Festival on Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
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Deirdre Simpson-Rhoads, of Round Lake Beach stays close to her mixed media paintings so the wind does not blow them down during the Grayslake Art Festival on June 14 in downtown Grayslake.
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Maddie Terlap, 18, of Lindenhurst, Kyle Fisher, 16, and Codie Ford, 17, both of Lake Villa sing Motown hits with the band, Slam Funk, during the Grayslake Art Festival on Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
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Judges Katherine Franklin of Hainesville and Rachel Biersdorf, of Grayslake, both 17, stop by Barb’s Dusty Nook booth with lawn ornaments and seasonal ceramics during the Grayslake Art Festival in downtown Grayslake.
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Unique garden art ceramic faces from Barb’s Dusty Nook of Spring Grove hang together during the Grayslake Art Festival in downtown Grayslake.
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Vince and Kathy Holajn, of Gurnee look at landscape paintings with the artist, Tadeuscz (Ted) Czerkies, of Lindenhurst during the Grayslake Art Festival on Saturday in downtown Grayslake.
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Joshua Gille, 9, of Grayslake walks around the Grayslake Art Festival with his blue and gold Macaw named Sinbad, in downtown Grayslake.
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Artist Pat King, of Waukegan (center) talks with Dana Smith, of Grayslake and her daughters, Claire, 7, and Maddy, 5, in her booth during the Grayslake Art Festival on June 14 in downtown Grayslake. Claire’s twin sister, Lily, was also at the festival.

GRAYSLAKE – Artists from all over the Midwest displayed and sold their artwork Saturday in downtown Grayslake.

The artwork included pottery, watercolor, oil and pastel painting, pen and ink drawing, wood, photography and sculpture.

The festival also featured entertainment, children's activities and a high school exhibit.

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