Lawrence artist Toni Brou arranges her hand-dyed scarves Sunday afternoon at Art in the Park.
Nicole Washburn, 5, admires giant metal flowers at Art in the Park. "They are bigger than I am," she said. Art in the Park was Sunday at South Park and featured a variety of artists - everything from photographers to painters to glassblowers.
Addie Mehl of Lawrence tries on a pair of earrings Sunday afternoon in South Park.
Lawrence High School senior Jennifer Hunt shops for a pair of earrings at Art in the Park Sunday afternoon at South Park. "I like coming out and supporting the local artists," Hunt said.
Kara Gilmore of Kansas City walks onto the field with her dog, Bandit, to compete in a Frisbee catching competition Sunday afternoon. "I just started out throwing him Frisbees in the backyard, and now he has been competing for two years," Gilmore said.
Katie, 5, right, and her mother, Angie Babbit, middle, and Allison, 2, enjoy Art in the Park by munching on popcorn and listening to live music Sunday afternoon at South Park.