Over the past few months, Daniel Colvin has been building an addition to the list of markets featuring work by local artists and crafters.

Over the past few months, Daniel Colvin has been building an addition to the list of markets featuring work by local artists and crafters.

The Hit & Run Art Market, a marketplace open to anyone with work to sell and the money to cover a nominal booth fee, has been featuring an average of five artists on the first and third Wednesdays and third Saturdays of every month since June.

It's hosted by CS Gallery, a space run by Colvin on the same block of Parsons Avenue in Olde Towne East as his paper arts business, Cobenick Studios.

This Tuesday, the gallery adds another showcase to its schedule: a fundraiser with a silent auction of local art, as well as a concert by singer-songwriter Tony Lucca with Jay Nash and Matt Duke, both to benefit the Breast Cancer Fund of Ohio.

According to Colvin, the mission behind the art market is "to keep it really low-key and unpretentious. It's a farmers-market mentality for artists."

Booth fees cover all markets for a month, and so far the opportunity has attracted artists working in media including paint, photography, sculpture, fashion and jewelry design. "Every market is different," Colvin said.

With Tuesday's silent auction, which begins at 5 p.m., he's offering artists the chance to contribute to a worthy cause while earning back through a split of the purchase price. To appeal to buyers, Colvin's asked the artists to keep their auction contributions valued at $200 or less.

Among those to sign up for next week are W.E. Arnold, a street photographer dedicated to film and hand developing, and Jan Dennison, mixed-media artist and Etsy Team Columbus member.

Painters include Rebecca Jadway, J.A. Kelly and Jimbo Tamoro, a veteran of Gallery 83 and C-Note Art Show who, based on a previously seen portrait of a cigarette-smoking monkey in a fez, has a way with the comically bizarre.