Once a year, a unique, literally grass-roots (Ok, maybe blades) art event takes place. The venue is a charming house on a corner of 9th Ave N. belonging to an artist named Coralette Damme, who also goes by the name "The Crafty Hag". She's worked in a variety of media over the years. I remember seeing her stained glass work at Craftsman House, prints, cushions, magnets, dolls and more. This is the corner where it happens...
Coralette puts up her art and unused/left over art supplies at this Yart Sale for very reasonable prices.
And there was a lot to choose from. Note the tone of these small prints. The Crafty Hag's work has a spirited and light heart. The bigger paintings were on the porch, by the front door.
....and here is Coralette/The Crafty Hag, among her creations, at her famous Yart Sale. I came home with a magnet of the Day of the Dead, and a little cushion to match, both of which now hang on the inside of my front (steel) door. I also brought home a small and beautiful print of an armadillo.
You can see more of her work here: [Link]