Port Clinton Arts and Craft Present delivers hundreds to Waterworks Park

Yoshiko Yap
Artist Janet Wachter creates art from vintage records, cover jackets and alcohol ink. Wachter was among the over 60 artists at the 30th Annual Arts and Crafts Festival at Waterworks Park on Saturday.

PORT CLINTON – Due to the fact Jeff and Jean Kromer just can’t be at the Lake Erie seaside every working day, they bring the beach into their dwelling. The Kromers own Strollin’ the Seashore, a Vermillion company that characteristics their handmade useful and ornamental art created from Lake Erie driftwood.

The Kromers ended up amongst the distributors who marketed their handmade wares at the 30th Yearly Arts and Crafts Festival hosted by the Better Port Clinton Area Arts Council (GPCAAC) at Waterworks Park on Saturday.

All of the driftwood parts in their art was salvaged from the Lake Erie shore.

“Sometimes we lookup for it in the center of wintertime. We’ve been out there when it is beneath zero,” Jeff claimed. “We decide on up driftwood when the lake provides a little something in.”

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