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For the last 21 years, a select group of artists in the north metro have come together to sell their unique creations.The annual North Artists Studio Crawl was held over the weekend of April 7. The art crawl invites art shoppers into the homes and studios of the artist.“We’re trying to create an opportunity to see a space where an artist would actually work,” said Glenn Allenspach, a potter who opened up his East Bethel home for the event.This year, 29 artists displayed their work. Wood Turner Andrew Robar set up in Allenspach’s garage.“The thing with the wood for me is it’s tactile. They got to pick it up, they got to touch it, they got to feel it and they got to see it. So trying to sell something like this online is nearly impossible,” Allenspach said.The North Artists Studio Crawl will repeat next April but many of the artists who participated this year continue to sell their work outside of the art crawl. For information on the artists who participated this year, click here.