50 years of creating at the Harvest Festival

Laura Bustillos, owner of Horse and Carriage, designs and creates unique string art using nails and colorful strings. Last weekend, the Harvest Festival at the Fairplex celebrated 50 years of creating a unique shopping experience, allowing small businesses to showcase their original art and crafts. / photo by Casi Martinez
Laura Bustillos, owner of Horse and Carriage, designs and creates unique string art using nails and colorful strings. Last weekend, the Harvest Festival at the Fairplex celebrated 50 years of creating a unique shopping experience, allowing small businesses to showcase their original art and crafts. / photo by Casi Martinez

Casi Martinez, a senior photography major, is a staff photographer for the Campus Times and photography editor of La Verne Magazine.

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