9 Artists to Look Out for at Art for the Cash Poor 15

InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor returns this weekend to the Crane Arts Building with over 100 vendors offering handcrafted goods — everything from cat toys to cigar box guitars. Holding true to its founding premise 15 years ago, all merchandise is priced under $199. With live music and a beer garden, it’s basically a block-party for art aficionados. Like every year, getting there early is key. (You want first dibs at the good stuff, right?) To help you decide which tables to jet to, we’ve put together this list of nine artists and art pieces to look out for:



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