The adage that “a picture is worth a thousand words” is true enough. I can sit here and describe our art community. I can tell you in words how rich and diverse the arts community is or I can simply point you to our Web site.
There you will find visual images of hands creating art -- hands shaping clay, hands applying paint to canvas or paper, hands carving stone or coaxing images out of wood, hands playing a musical instrument, hands holding a book, hands creating images in stained glass, hands taking an image out of a developer, hands at a computer keyboard, hands creating jewelry out of beads and stones, hands sewing a quilt or fabric wall hanging, hands turning an etching press, hands creating a collage out of found objects, hands holding a theater playbill, hands holding ballet slippers, hands making paper, hands creating murals out of mosaic tiles.
These are the working hands of our artists.
Our web site was created by Schonda Sweeney, one of our artists. Unfortunately, Schonda and her family had to relocate to Washington, D.C., after the hurricane. We miss her but understand that she has to go where the job is. Luckily, David Sallis offered his help in updating our Web site to reflect what has happened since the hurricane.
Check out our Web site and send us feedback. Like so many other things, it’s a work in progress.
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