Ark Of Art

Ariana van den Akker/The Herald
Fred Robberts of Jasper painted details on Trinity United Church of Christ’s Noah’s Ark-themed cardboard boat Tuesday in Jasper. Robberts, a former art teacher at Jasper High School, drew the design and has been painting it with help from other church members as they prepare for the Holy Family School Patoka Cardboard Boat Regatta on Aug. 10.  “Each little section is like its own picture,” Robberts said as he was painting. “It seems silly to spend so much time on something that may last for only a few minutes, but I like doing it.”



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