Over the last two weeks, woodworkers from the White Horse Village Woodshop constructed handmade frames for twenty canvases from our young artists.
Their amazing act of service shows to our schoolchildren that the talents they develop at CCSA are inspirational and their work greatly valued. Our hearts are full of gratitude for the time and precision that went into the construction.
Upcoming Student Art Exhibitions (with frames!)
The framed artwork will hang at CCSA’s upcoming student exhibition gallery events at the school and in local communities this winter and spring. Watch this space to stay informed of events at Dunwoody Village, Hedgerow Theatre, and Kendal at Longwood!
Thanks to members of our wonderful volunteer community
We extend a very special thank you to Peggy Thompson for securing a donation of materials from Home Depot; WHV residents and woodworkers, Anne Nichols and Phil Voltz, for spearheading this project; and Charles Bates, President of the WHV Woodshop for opening his woodshop.
We also want to thank the WHV crew that came out to carefully in-set each piece of artwork into frames: Dorothy Behr, Laurie Ellis, Anne Hansen, Jane James, Janet Murphy, Anne Nichols, Eleanor Smith, Shirley Orr, Peggy Thompson, and Carol Weiss.
Your support is inspirational.
Donations to our Annual Fund ensure that we continue to help our scholars grow.