Flexing Some Creative Muscle At The Greenville Art Museum

By: Lorin Richardson, Cassandra Bell
By: Lorin Richardson, Cassandra Bell

While most children are done with school for the summer, a few are still using their creative intellect at the the Greenville Art Museum.

Foil, newspaper, magazines, all regular household items were used to create masterpieces. Many visitors found these pieces inspirational, and they are all from artists under 18 years old.

Children and parents have been traveling from all over this month to visit the Greenville Art Museum's annual k-12 showcase. More than 200 works-of-art are featured here.

The museum is celebrating its 17th year and Charlotte Fitz is the Executive Director of the museum, she says it takes a lot of hard work and dedication, but it is worth it to see the smiles on the kid's faces.

Time is running out to see these works of art. The display, which is open every day during the museums normal business hours, closes July 11th.

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  • by OutsideLookingIn Location: ENC on Jul 3, 2010 at 01:53 PM
    Summer art classes are wonderful ways to keep young people busy and happy, at the same time. I wish I lived closer; I would visit for sure. Maybe WITN will post some photos of these art works for those of us who are unable to make the trip.

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