This is the seventh year Washington has had some type of art festival.
More than 50 different artists got to display their art for public viewing or purchase.
The Washington Park District says it wanted many different forms of art to appeal to different people.
Brian Tibbs of the Washington Park District said, "We're happy that we have great diversity of artists; from metal, to photography, to pottery, to jewelry. We've drawn a wide range of artists."
The two-day festival finished a week of activities called "Clydesdale Strong".
It highlighted the famous Budweiser Clydesdales that were in town.
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