Arts and craft lovers strolled among booths beneath sunny skies for the 22nd annual Tampa Palms Arts Show.
The Oct. 20-21 event in the parking lot of B.J.'s featured about 50 exhibitors with jewelry, plants, photographs, pillows, handbags and holiday décor including yard art and nativity scenes. High school students painted children's faces, after the children chose a design from catalogs.
Judy Alkow, the event's co-chair, said this was the 22nd year of the event and second year it has been held at B.J.'s.
"We are building it up in the new location," Alkow said. "Some of our exhibitors are doing very well."