The video above looks at some of the local artisans such as Kate Canon's bead art stories, animal portraits by Rosie Johnson, Glass Action Studio by Deborah Barnett, Robin Rappaport of the Tutor Doctor learning program and more.
Giant mobile sculptures were on display by Amos Robinson, who loved letting people touch his movable art. Free samples of Pauline's Handmade Brittle was a treat, and Boy Scout Troop 210 sold veggie burgers, hot dogs and pastrami sandwiches. Other artists included Robert Holton's Drizzle Art, Daydream Glassworks by Octavius Cresswell and Linda Wehrli's Pastimes for a Lifetime, where she displayed her students work from around Studio City.
It's still going on from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m at (on the northeast corner of Laurel Canyon Boulevard and Moorpark Street). Bring Mom, she'll want something there for sure.