Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Annie Simonich, leopard clad, sips on her favorite flavored snow cone from the Tropical Shaved Kona Ice stand.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer On Saturday, patrons enjoy their fair food in the shade under the dining tent.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Cortney Abbe and her mom, Susan Green, visit with artist Roy Morgan while admiring his breathtaking art exhibit.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer On Saturday, fairgoers enjoyed the beautiful weather on the OCCC campus during the 2010 Arts Festival Oklahoma.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Evangeline Morrison, two years, smiles with delight after having her face painted for the first time.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Lauren Axton of Norman gets a butterfly design to match her little sister, Sheridan Morrison. Axton promised Sheridan she would be a butterfly too.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Artist, Janice Freeman, transforms Sheridan Morrison, six years old, into the butterfly she wants to be.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Briana Harris, a freshman computer programming major at OCCC, takes in the vastness of astophotogher John Chumack’s galactic photography.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Kaylynn Magers, is happy with her facepaint design. Artist, Janice Freeman, made lines of kids smile with her wonderfuly creative, facepaint application.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Astrophotographer, John Chumack, describes one of his greatest works which is a photograph of the planets aligning. Chumack’s work has been features on the cover of Time Magazine. Find more of his work at www.galacticimages.com.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Jim Elliott, of Oklahoma City, orders BBQ sandwiches from JR’s Concessions on Sat.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer After sampling kettle corn from vendor Tiffany Barnhill, patrons Mike and Helen Dill are ready with cash in hand to buy a big bag.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Patrons sample kettle corn at the Arts Festival Oklahoma early Saturday.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Pirate, George Heartman, age 7 and spiderman, Jackson Kalla, age three and a half play in the the gigantic sand box created for the Arts Festival Oklahoma Childrens Creative Center.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Lanny Fiegenshuh. on harmonica, helps to creates those down home folk sounds of the Simoleons band.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Batman fan, Westin Parker Morrison, holds steady for face painting artist, (name of artist). Children anxiously waited in long lines to transform their appearance.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Ray Wyssmann, guitarist, entertains the Arts Festival Oklahoma crowd. The down home sounds of the american folk band, the Simoleons, welcomed the early fairgoers on Saturday.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Artist, Jim Clements, greets Emil Coffey, a local admirer. Coffey loves art that tells a story.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Cortney Abbe of Oklahoma City, enjoys painting the vase that she chose under the pottery making tent. After completing her design the vase was fired in a kiln for aproximately forty five minutes.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Pirate George Heartman, age 7, digs in the sand box under the Children’s Creative Center tent.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Robert Marvin paruses matted art created by artist
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Patrons choose their favorite flavors to top snow cones from Kona Shaved Ice.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer The vendor,Tropical Shaved Kona Ice, serves up shaved ice. Patrons then get to choose their favorite flavor and add it self serve style.
Rachel Morrison/Pioneer Sisters Emma(left) and Annie(right) Simonich sip on snow cones from the Tropical Shaved Kona Ice stand.