Hundreds of people flocked to the First Tennessee Pavilion Saturday, all in the name of Art.
It was the 12th annual Four Bridges Festival put on by the Association for Visual Arts.
Close to 170 vendors from across the county were there.
Every artist was hand selected from a pool of more than 700 applicants.
There is a little bit of everything including photography, glass, jewelry, and decorative bags.
Organizers tell us this is their biggest and best fundraiser of the year.
Anne Willson, Director for AVA, says, "The funds that are raised through Four Bridges go towards AVA's programs that happen throughout theh year. A l lot of what AVA does is either free to the public or at a greatly reduced rate, like we have summer art camps."
Now if you missed this art festival Saturday, you can always go Sunday.
The First Tennessee Pavilion will be open from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Admission is $7.