PORT CLINTON – The annual Port Clinton Arts and Crafts Festival made perhaps its biggest splash yet in what was its first time being held at Waterworks Park on Saturday. 

While there was plenty of paint, fabric and photography on display at the scenic location near the Port Clinton Lighthouse along the coast of Lake Erie, the festival hosted artists of all kinds working with a vast array of mediums.

The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council has been organizing the event for nearly 15 years, but this year was its first at Waterworks Park, which was adequate space for the roughly 70 exhibitors and even more visitors taking advantage of the nicer weather.

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Shirley Frater, of Walbridge, shared a large collection of her unique work, textural art created with thousands of small torn napkins, repurposed picture frames and other materials.

Artist uses napkins as a medium and creates distinct impressions

Shirley Frater, of Walbridge, shared a

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