Making messy art
Published 10:34 am Monday, July 3, 2017
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Keiran Burkhead drops yellow paint on a ball of red yarn during the messy artists club Saturday at the Clark County Public Library. (Photo by Seth Littrell)
Noah Olsen paints on a blank sheet of paper at the library's messy artists club Saturday. (Photo by Seth Littrell)
Cameron Shields paints on a piece of paper Saturday afternoon. (Photo by Seth Littrell)
Kason Priest and Avery Hess draw together during the library's messy artists club. (Photo by Seth Littrell)
Theo Wheeler decorates a yellow ribbon with green tape at the library Saturday. (Photo by Seth Littrell)
Ashley Ludwig glues shells to a piece of paper during the messy artist's club.
Gabe Robinson ad Nathan Robinson work together to build a structure out of popsicle sticks and glue. (Photo by Seth Littrell)
About a dozen children visited the Clark County Public Library Saturday to let their creativity flow during the messy artist’s club hosted by the youth librarians.
The club meets once a month during the summer reading program to allow young readers to express themselves through various crafts and artistic pursuits. The club is recommended for people ages 3 and older.
Saturday was free art day for the club, and children were allowed to create whatever they wanted using a table full of various arts and crafts supplies. The summer reading program ends July 31. Applications can still be picked up at the library.