Crowds check out the arts, crafts, and other vendor booths at the Yellowstone Art Museum's annual Summerfair at Veterans Park.
Jim Rennie takes a piece of steel out of the forge as he makes decorative hooks at Summerfair on Saturday, July 12, 2014.
Friends of the Library volunteer Joyce Dalton sells books at a booth at Summerfair.
People browse arts and craft booths at Summerfair at Veterans Park on Saturday. The Yellowstone Arts Museum fundraiser will continue Sunday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
People browse booths at Summerfair at Veterans Park on Saturday.
Matt and Lisa King of Graceful Wood Turnings from Worland, Wyo., sell wooden bowls at Summerfair on Saturday.
Metal fish made by Dave Larson of Missoula hang on display at his booth at Summerfair.
Sarah Boetticher, 6, of Billings, poses in a cutout replica of “The Scream” at Summerfair at Veterans Park on Saturday.
Tyson Middle of the Underground Culture Krew works on a piece at Summerfair at Veterans Park.
Five-month-old Knox Myers, carried by his aunt Maegan Myers, looks at the books at the Billings Public Library’s booth at Summerfair at Veterans Park on Saturday.
At Summerfair this year, visitors had the chance to see artisans working at their crafts, something that hasn’t happened in the past few years.
Animal skulls, skateboards, bread boards, rolling pins. There is almost nothing that Billings artist Melissa Burns won’t carve or burn into to make art.
Billings resident MaryMargret Williams and five of her six kids were among the thousands of people who descended on Veteran’s Park Saturday for the opening day of the annual Yellowstone Art Museum's Summerfair.
Dianna Linder looks a copper and glass piece at Jonathon T. Pitts The Copper spinner booth at Summerfair at Veterans Park in Billings Saturday July 13, 2013.
Jenni Lesueur looks at a print at Gary Love's booth in Billings on Saturday July 13, 2013.
Mauriusz Rynkiewicz puts out a glass bowl at his booth at Summerfair at Veterans Park in Billings Saturday July 13, 2013.
Kelsey Belcourt, 8, checks out a kaleidoscopelike creation at Rose and Ed Urlacher's booth at Summerfair in Veterans Park in Billings Saturday, July 13, 2013.
As a trained chef with more than two decades of work in the kitchen, Robert Kramer knows what needs to go into a good kitchen utensil. The Red Lodge woodworker brings his spoons, rolling pins, bowls and more to Summerfair on Saturday and Sunday in Billings.
Contibuted photoRed Lodge woodworker Robert Kramer is planning to bring more than 100 of his hand-crafted wooden spoons to Summerfair — and he says no two are alike.