Spring break for artists

SUN PHOTO BY TOM CHANG Englewood residents Roger Boll and Stephanie Bower are browsing some glass works from the booth of Rich Fizer, also from Englewood at the Englewood Spring Fine Arts Festival on West Dearborn Street.

SUN PHOTO BY TOM CHANG, tchang@sun-herald.com. Rotarians Barbie Arbour and Spring Fair chair Carol Peterson are at the Englewood Rotary Club booth at Englewood Spring Fine Arts Festival. The Rotary Club organized the two-day event on West Dearborn Street

SUN PHOTO BY TOM CHANG Saxophone player and Port Charlotte resident Ken Lisle sells CDs at a booth at the Englewood Spring Fine Arts Festival on West Dearborn Street.

SUN PHOTO BY TOM CHANG The 32nd Annual Englewood Spring Fine Arts Festival is on West Dearborn Street. An eclectic mix of artists from all over the state gathered to present their work.

SUN PHOTO BY TOM CHANG Seasonal Englewood resident Sherry Wachholz is looking at various wood carvings from Englewood artist Jim Sears at the Spring Fine Arts Festival on West Dearborn Street.

SUN PHOTO BY TOM CHANG, tchang@sun-herald.com. Englewood artist Pauline Fawcett, who specializes in oil paintings, is showing off her work at the festival Saturday.

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About Tom

Tom Chang is a freelance journalist with a background in multimedia journalism and web publishing. He is currently pursuing his Masters in Journalism and Media Studies from the University of South Florida St.Petersburg. He graduated in 2004 with a Bachelors Degree in Mass Communications at USF Tampa. Tom's interests include a little bit of everything from entertainment to sports. He also wishes to delve into creative writing writing sci-fi/fantasy stories. Tom was recently the Online Editor for USF St. Petersburg's the Crow's Nest, he joined the staff in January 2010 where he started freelance writing, photographing, copy editing and later became a staff writer. Tom’s freelance experience in journalism amassed a wide range of companies including Creative Loafing, The Focus Magazine, Lutz News, Examiner.com, and Tampa Tribune.
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