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9th annual Levis Commons Fine Art Fair

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Artist Shinichi Sato, of Kentwood, Mich., works on one of his paintings in his booth at the art fair.

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Amy Bader, 16, a senior at Toledo School for the Arts, paints faces in the Toledo School for the Arts children's art area.

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George Bragg, originally of Monroe, cleans off his works, fused glass on copper, in his booth at the art fair. Bragg now lives in Gulfport, Fla.

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Ella Luscombe, 9, her grandmother Judith Sims, of Toledo, and her mom, Sims' daughter, Lori Luscombe, of Perysburg, looking at the leather work of Mark Mowen, of Copley, Ohio. Lori Luscombe says she has brought her two daughters, Ella and Olivia, 10, to the fair every year.

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Jody Freytag, of Waterville, watches as her daughters Katie, 9, left, and Lizzie, 8, make puppets at the Toledo School for the Arts children's art area.

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Amy Bader, a senior at Toledo School for the Arts, paints a tiger's face on Tyson Keaton, 7, from Wayne, in the Toledo School for the Arts children's art area.

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Donna Wittwer, of Bowling Green, admires the jewelry created by the Toledo School for the Arts students in the TSA Artisan Guild area.

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