BALTIMORE (WJZ)– Despite the rainy day, a pretty good-sized crowd showed up to Artscape. The annual festival is truly Baltimore with something for just about everyone.

Adam May reports.

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“This may be the last opportunity to see the man-eating chicken!”

From carnival barkers to clay potters, Artscape in Baltimore attracts all kinds.

“It’s just a little crazy, fun, weird,” Maiju Lehmmijoki-Garner said.

“It makes little creatures,” Joelle Medici, a vendor at Artscape, said.

Medici is from Michigan selling handmade fleece stuffed monsters. She calls Artscape:

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“Really unique, with everything combined together.”

Speaking of unique…

“I am a surrealist artist. My art is almost like whimsical meets grotesque,” Medici said.

Jen McClaning is from Harford County.

“I love Artscape. Coming four years. I’ve always wanted a booth here. It’s my dream and now its raining,” she said.

But she’s selling art anyway to a crowd full of locals and out-of-towners.

“It’s the people, the best of the best. Everyone comes to Baltimore. This why Baltimore is awesome– the arts and all the culture,” Matt Lippold from Pennsylvania said.

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If you couldn’t make it out on Saturday, the festival also runs on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.