The OSU Urban Arts Space has gathered a lineup of young local artists to sell their work beside the live music, food trucks and library book sale at the weekly Lunch on the Lawn events on the Columbus Commons.

The OSU Urban Arts Space has gathered a lineup of young local artists to sell their work beside the live music, food trucks and library book sale at the weekly Lunch on the Lawn events on the Columbus Commons.

Wander through the wares of the artists' multiple mediums, such as the nearly neon abstract paintings and photography by Jacob Brewer and the delicate Asian artwork by Fang Zhao.

The juried group will be showing throughout the summer, giving those Downtown on their hump day lunch break a chance buy some local pieces. Here's a look at some of the art available for purchase.

Tara Polansky

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Polansky's "flow cups" start at $22 and tongue-and-cheekily encourage productivity with lines like "Set a good example/ early is on time/ on time is late/ late is not acceptable" designed like a flow chart into the ceramic tumblers. She also makes commissioned fine art based on old photographs.

April Hernandez

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Prices for Hernandez's porcelain dinnerware range from $15 for asymmetrical-lipped cups to $375 for a hand-painted platter made with real gold luster. Hernandez also sells a $38 Lunch on the Lawn painted salad plate and bowl set.

George T. Gregory Jr.

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Gregory's table offers lithographs, wood-paneled coasters, string drawings and miniature versions of the artist's various sculptures. Spend $5 on a group of magnets or $225 on framed line drawings.

Jeremy Stone

Stone hunts for old encyclopedias and books, and he uses their pages to craft hand-sewn journals, which cost $8 or $12. His silkscreen prints are priced between $18 and $45. The artist cuts and sews journals during each Lunch on the Lawn; stop by to see his process up close.