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PHOTO GALLERY: Black Swamp Arts Festival

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    Artist Paul Brand, of Toledo, tries to stay dry while exhibiting and selling his work at his tent during the Black Swamp Arts Festival in Bowling Green Saturday, September 8, 2018.

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    People make their way through light rain during the Black Swamp Arts Festival.

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    People make their way through light rain during the Black Swamp Arts Festival in Bowling Green.

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    Beverly Baney, of Findlay, gets a look at some of the pieces by artist Dave Thompson, of Louisville, Ky.

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    The Black Swamp Arts Festival continues Sunday with indoor events.

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    Banners hang over the streets for the Black Swamp Arts Festival.

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    People make their way through light rain during the Black Swamp Arts Festival.

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    Artist Nick Ringelstetter, of Spring Green, Wi., right, watches as attendees look at his work.

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    Pieces by artist Nick Ringelstetter, of Spring Green, Wi., hang outside his tent during the Black Swamp Arts Festival in Bowling Green.

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    Gabrielle DeVito, of Goshen, Ind., points to a piece by artist Walter Weil, of Groveport, Ohio.

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    Kaija Swangstu, 6, of Sylvania, smiles as Toni Roebke, also of Sylvania, and with The Golden Vanity, applies glitter to Kaija's hair during the Black Swamp Arts Festival in Bowling Green.

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    Karen Hoffert, of Tiffin, uses her fish umbrella to stay dry.

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    People try to stay dry at the Black Swamp Arts Festival.

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    Tony Wagener, of Maumee, left, buys a piece by artist Aaron Bivins, of Toledo.

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    Tony Wagener, of Maumee, left, waits as the piece he bought from artist Aaron Bivins, of Toledo, is wrapped up.

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Fans of the arts battled the elements Saturday to attend the Black Swamp Arts Festival in Bowling Green. Use the left and right arrows to scroll through the gallery above.

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