Don't think you missed your chance to catch all the wine-inspired artwork in .
Although "" kicked off with an opening celebration Monday night, wine lovers can still check out all the works from local artists through March 3 and vote for their favorite artist through Feb. 25.
Monday's "Wine Not Support the Arts?" event drew about 95 people to the Barrel Room Wine & Beer Bar. The event was hosted by New Work City Foundation, which distributes grants to businesses and organizations in Stark County for the purpose of creating jobs.
"Everybody's getting some wine and just relaxing," Barrel Room owner Adam Todd said during the end of the event. "It's been a great success."
North Canton resident Sue Hicks displayed her artwork, which included "Grape Expectations," a delicate water color piece depicting a bunch of grapes. (You can find more from her on her website.)
"It's like it's just expecting to be wine," Hicks said of her work.
"I've been doing a series, and it just fit in with my series of how things around me make me feel."
"Wine Not Support the Arts?" aimed to raise money for New Work City Foundation as well as grow the arts in the North Canton community.
That's something Hicks said she's all about.
"I've only started diving into this in November, and it's exciting to see how much reaction there is toward art."