Wednesday, November 7, 2012 at 1:44 am (Updated: November 7, 2:03 am)
Henry County artist Sharon Silvers works with Campbellsburg 5th graders as part of the artist–in-residence program. Students painted a fall themed still life and the paintings will be displayed in the school library. Family Resource and Youth Services Center funded the art project. Silvers considers art a necessary discipline.
“We need to keep arts in the schools,” Silvers said. “They (students) don’t get the opportunity to do this very often and it is something that helps them throughout their life.”
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