Belfast Art Market will hold its final gathering for the year Friday, Sept. 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the grounds of Waterfall Arts, 256 High St., rain or shine.

All summer, artists have been coming from as far away as Thomaston and Ellsworth and all points in between — even some from as far as New York City — to offer clothing, jewelry, accessories, candles, pottery, soap and body care products, appliqué quilts, fiber arts, stuffed animals, fine arts including acrylic, watercolor and oil paintings and prints, professional photographic prints and more.

Included is Meredith Toumayan, who keeps multicolored sheep and alpacas and delights in using their fiber in as many ways as possible. She spins their fiber into yarn and has fun knitting everything from winter accessories to summer shawls, along with felted bags and needle felted sheep.

“The beauty of my creations is in the many shades of these all-natural fibers,” she said.

Waterfall Arts major summer exhibition, “Fermentation,” and the traveling UMaine show “Lexicon of Sustainability” will be on view inside during the final B.A.M. (it runs through Sept. 11). The Belfast Farmers Market, open at the same time as the art market on another part of the grounds, will continue through October. B.A.M. will return in June 2016.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or