Several traditional artists will display their wares from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at Campus Martius Museum, 601 Second St., Marietta.
* Carl Giadonia will be displaying the products of his tinsmith shop. His work is represented in many museums, and he reproduces much of the tin work for Colonial Williamsburg.
* Jymn Hoffman, a blacksmith from western Pennsylvania, has been working wrought iron into utilitarian products for the home or farm for more than 40 years. Hoffman manufactured all of the iron work for the reconstruction of Fort Ligioneer and the Ohio Land Company Office.
* James Blake of White Savage Trading Company will provide a look at the art and material culture of the Eastern Woodland Indians.
* Greg Huson of Weeping Heart Trade Company brings the art of the leather worker in the form of hunting bags, belts and wallets.
* Ed Sweinfruth from LaRue, Ohio, is an accomplished cabinet maker and Windsor chair maker.
* William Reynolds, a gunsmith and folk artist chosen by the Ohio Arts Council as one of Ohio' best traditional artist will have his work on display.
Regular museum admission rates apply.