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A pleasant day brought a large crowd to Old Fort Park for the Greenway Art Festival. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Rilee Stokes doesn’t let the adults hands get in the way of her making a selection of jewelry at the Greenway Art Festival held at Old Fort Park. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Melinda Tate, who coordinates the event for the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department, was on hand to answer questions and tell about other park's programs.
A painting at the Laine Bratcher Cantrell booth kept a eye out for buyer at the Greenway Art Festival held at Old Fort Park. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec. ​
Local community leader Heloise Shilstat displayed her paper mosaics. She is trained in fire code safety with a mechanical engineering degree from Vanderbilt, but retired and focused on art and nature.
Tree of Life Creations offered magnetic necklaces and other jewelry items made here in Murfreesboro. E-mail at treeol@yahoo.com.
John Owen Caudle creates his own piece of art at the Greenway Art Festival held at Old Fort Park. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
There are a variety of bridges on the Greenway Trail System, and it makes the walk even more enjoyable.
Local scenes are captured forever in the colorful paintings and prints by Murfreesboro's J. Smith.
Carole Burning works on a painting at her booth at the Greenway Art Festival held at Old Fort Park. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Former educator and popular local artist Carol Berning displayed her works at the Greenway Festival.
Bryce Allen and Hayden Perry try to figure just what the peice of art they are looking at represents as they visited the Greenway Art Festival at Old Fort Park. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Jamaican artist Sean Wallace showed how he creates custom barbed wire art as well as paintings.
Sean Wallace, left, creates another piece of Barb Wire Art at his booth at the Greenway Art Festival at Old Fort Park. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
Extremely popular local talent Rik Gracia kept the audience spellbound.
And if you were hungry, there was a variety of goodies.
A great day and tremendous variety of beautiful art at this year's festival.
A reverse selfie of sorts as Elizabeth King takes a photo of Sarah Pedersen and Mady Stallings at the Greenway Art Festival at Old Fort Park. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
The variety of natural as well as paved trails throughout the Old Fort Park made it easy to get from one side of the art show to the other in minutes.
World renown pointillism artist Gary James from Murfreesboro displays his interpretations of the Rutherford County Courthouse, steam locomotives and so much more. Despite being diagnosed with MS, this talented creator moves forward in making things for others to enjoy.
A visitor at the Greenway Art Festival looks at some paintings of Rutherford County locations as well as landscape scenes from over parts of the country. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.
There was a wide variety of art to select from at the Greenway Art Festival held at Old Fort Park. photo by Jim Davis/Murfreesboro Parks & Rec.

A gentle breeze, temps in the mid 80s, and more than a mile of juried artists displaying their creations in the 12th Annual Greenway Arts Festival. That's a description of Saturday's (9/20/2014) event coordinated by the Murfreesboro Parks and Recreation Department at the Old Fort Park.

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Oil painting, digital art, pottery, iron sculptures, crafted items and more made-up the items that were sold at this popular attraction.

There was a record turn-out this year, and with the closing of the festival--plans are already underway for next year's event.

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