Community Art Project

Photos by Sarah Ann Jump/The Herald
Steve Meyer of Dubois, left, his daughter, Kaitlyn, 11, and wife, Debbie, participate in the community arts project during the Beehive Arts Market in Jasper on Saturday. The art project will be displayed in the Thyen-Clark Cultural Center. “This is really important for her to come see because she’ll be able to take her kids to the library one day and show them what mom did when she was 11,” Debbie said of Kaitlyn.

 

Stella Mahar, 10, of Jasper, paints during the community arts project at the Beehive Arts Market in Jasper on Saturday. The art project will be displayed in the Thyen-Clark Cultural Center.



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