NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Spring has sprung, which meant the Tennessee Craft Fair was in full swing at Centennial Park.
This was the 44th anniversary of the event, which has been held twice each year, once in the spring and once in the fall.
Around 200 vendors were selling their handmade wares, and artisans from all over the Volunteer state were able to give insight into their artwork with shoppers.
“I raccoon fire and I do electric firing, and I use lots of different types of clay,” said Donna Rizzo, an artisan. “I use lots of glazes because I just get bored with the same look.”
The Tennessee Craft Fair was set to continue throughout the weekend.