Fort Worth (CBSDFW.COM) – The Main Street Fort Worth Arts Festival wrapped up Sunday night.

The four day festival may be one for the history books.

Downtown Fort Worth was transformed into an outdoor gallery featuring something for everyone to enjoy.

“I love the festival art, all the art work and the music and being here with my friends, it’s really cool and awesome,” attendee Kathlen Crowe said.

The four day festival is the largest of its kind in the Southwest. Live music performances, food and nationally recognized art were all part of the attraction.

Many of the artists were on hand to talk about their unique pieces making festival goers like Matt Morriss all the more excited about being a part of it all.

“I love coming to a place like this and buying directly from the artist instead of going to a store,” Morriss said. “I feel like I am supporting them a bit more.”

CBS11 was there to capture all the sights and sounds. As a proud sponsor of the festival–there were live daily broadcasts showcasing the artists and all the activities.

CBS11 news anchors, reporters and weather team were also on hand to say an up close and personal hello.

But everyone’s favorite work of art at the festival may have been Mother Nature, helping to make this year’s festival a huge success.