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Art on Main Fine Arts Festival

Situated in Canton’s downtown Jones Park, this annual Fine Arts Festival, hosted by Canton Main Street and held during the first full weekend of June features for viewing and purchase, original art work from the best of our Midwest artists! Visitors to the festival can also enjoy local music, food and wine!


2022 Exhibiting Artists
2022 Food Vendors

The Lunch Wagon
Ellisville, IL
(Bison burgers, hand dipped corn dogs, popcorn chicken, fried pickles, mozzarella sticks, fries, shaved ice, and funnel cakes.)

Deadwood BBQ
Canton, IL
(BBQ Sandwiches, with choice of meat; BBQ nachos, with choice of meat. Meat choices, pulled pork, chopped brisket, pulled chicken, or sliced loin. Soda and water.)

Young’s Popcorn Heaven
Peoria, IL
(Prepackaged assorted flavors gourmet popcorn.)

Sugar Mommas Pastries
Canton, IL
(Cupcakes, cookies, jar cakes, hand pies, breads, brownies, and bagels.)

2022 Wine Vendor – Spoon River Junction Winery!

Spoon River Junction Winery – Canton, IL
(Taste all 4 wines plus logo glass for $7. Wine by the glass – $7 for first glass, $5 for additional glasses. No bottle sales.)

Spoon River Red
A blend of locally-grown red grapes, ripened to maturity and aged in used bourbon barrels for 6 months to 1 year. The resultant wine has a more old-world profile, like a Burgundy or rustic Italian red.
Sweetness: Dry to Semi-dry
Compares to: Old world Pinot
Food ideas: Wild game, morels
Other ideas: really great on its own

Cherry
Cherries are used in all kinds of cocktails and even a popular additive to commercial whiskeys. This is a serious fruit wine, with a great depth due to the bourbon-barrel aging.
Sweetness: Semi-Dry
Compares to: Light fruity reds
Food ideas: Ham and holiday foods, desserts
Other ideas: mix with bourbon and bitters for a nice cocktail

Honey Apple
Made with local honey and apples. This unusual co-fermentation improved the overall complexity and richness of the palate. The wine was then aged in bourbon barrels for 3-4 months prior to bottling.
Sweetness: Semi-Dry
Compares to: Off-dry Pinot Gris or Chenin blanc
Food ideas: Fruity salads, white sauces, seafood
Other ideas: great over ice

Concord
We wanted to do something a little different, blending the familiar character of the Concord grape with the tannic structure and warm vanilla flavor from bourbon barrels to create a fun, complex wine.
Sweetness: Sweet
Compares to: Red Moscato
Food ideas: desserts
Other ideas: blends well with peanut butter whiskey

Mark your calendars for the 2022 Art on Main Fine Arts Festival!

Saturday, June 4th, 2022
9:00am – 4:30pm


Sunday, June 5th, 2022
9:00am – 3:00pm

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Thank you to our 2022 Sponsors!

Collector

Orwig Autobody, Inc.
Patron

Barnhart, Tinsman & Associates LTD.
CEFCU
Edward Jones
Rusty Melhouse &
Maggie Cecil
Walmart
CFC Properties
The Fulton Democrat

Robert Senneff

Partner
  • Brook & MaryEllen Carver
  • Ipava State Bank
  • John McCarthy, Attorney at Law
  • Monical’s Pizza
  • RISE Dispensary Canton
  • Bill & Judy Leitze
  • MidAmerica National Bank
  • Harvester Meat Co.
  • Dave Lewis Studio
  • Dana Smith
  • Gary & Susan Barnhart
  • Doug & Gayle Blodgett
  • Cari Blodgett
Sponsor
  • Youth Acres
  • Bank of Farmington
  • Kiesewetter Insurance Agency
  • Linn Lanes
  • Ron & Cheryl Bielema
  • Larry & Diane Nelson
  • State Farm – Chuck Taylor
  • Lambda Chi Omega Sorority
  • Jim Maloof Realtor
  • William & Jane Buckley
  • Lozier Oil Company
  • Bar-Mac Farms
  • Edward Jones – Gregory Glomb
  • Town & Country Insurance Agency
  • Don & Connie Heller
  • ARV Autoglass Inc.
  • Randy and Susie McMillen
  • BLICK Art Materials

This project is partially supported by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council Agency, through federal funds provided by the National Endowment for the Arts & the Two Rivers Arts Council.