The Community Arts of Elmira held their annual crafts market Saturday.
The market featured entirely unique items made by local artists and vendors.
There were a wide variety of items for sale as well as activities for children.
The public got a chance to check out the crafts and meet the artists.
“The artists here today don’t have store fronts, they come from their individual home studios primarily and that’s what the community seems to be asking for, less big box, less online and more local,” said Community Arts board president Lynne Rusinko.
“Meeting the other artists is so inspiring, as an artist you can feel lonely sometimes but seeing other people, making these beautiful items is really refreshing,” said Hornell artist and vendor Filomena Jack.
This is the market’s second year.