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New Lenox ceramicist Nicholas S. Eckmayer adjusts one of his unique works embellished with slip for a rustic look on June 9 at the first Art on the Green at Frankfort’s Breidert Green Park. Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
Judy Kluchins (left), of Tinley Park, and Rachel Weber, of Orland Park, examine a painting June 9 at the Art on the Green event held at Breidert Green Park.
Mokena artist Ted Fuka creates a new pastel painting onsite at his Art on the Green booth
Palos Park residents Reese (left) and Cooper Riley paint ceramic magnets at the Art on the Green children’s craft station.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
2:13 am CDT June 22, 2019

Downtown Frankfort was even more alluring than usual on Sunday, June 9, as Art on the Green brought the creative community together to celebrate artistic expression.

More than 30 local artists exhibited their work at Frankfort’s Breidert Green Park, and attendees had the opportunity to purchase everything from paintings to photography to jewelry. As a juried show, the event showcased a high level of fine art, and the artists were in the running to win prizes for the top three artists as well as two honorable mentions.