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June 4, 2011 in City
DAN PELLE PHOTOS photo

Vivian Zagelow, right, 69, of Spokane , gets a chuckle from viewing driftwood art titled “Sheriff Nub,” by Monica Archer, left, and her husband, Dale, of Heron, Mont., during ArtFest on Friday in Coeur d’Alene Park in Spokane’s Browne’s Addition. The driftwood is found near the Archers’ home and it takes 4-8 weeks to create their pieces.

Rik Nelson, of Liberty Lake, uses bottle caps to create his art at his booth during ArtFest on Friday in Spokane.