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Cold temperatures aren't stopping people from enjoying art in Myrtle Beach

Cold temperatures aren't stopping people from enjoying art in Myrtle Beach, (Taggart Houck/ WPDE)

Despite the cold, artists set up their tents at The Market Common for the Art in the Park Sunday to display and sell their artwork.

Bobbly Clemenger traveled from Fayetteville, N.C. to sell his handmade wooden bowls.

He's been working for a long time to perfect his craft.

“I had been fortunate that a lot of people have given me some instructions and allowed me to come to their shop and watch them and even try," he said.

He now travels to craft shows around the area and said there’s a strong community of vendors.

One of Clemenger's favorite parts of going to art shows is meeting the customers.

“I don’t always know their name but I know their faces and that’s the fun part," he said.

For more information on Waccamaw Craft Guild Arts and Crafts Guild's Art in the Park, click here.

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