Window treatments for Sabina storefronts


This is one of the eye-catching paintings placed in empty storefront windows in downtown Sabina, thanks to the Sabina Lions Club and East Clinton High School Art Department students.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A couple downtown Sabina storefronts are less “eh” now that paintings by East Clinton High School art students are lending the empty buildings a visual boost.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In a joint effort to spruce up empty storefronts in downtown Sabina, the Sabina Lions Club and East Clinton High School Art Department’s Project Design Class students have displayed a couple paintings in windows downtown. The club purchased the paint, and the students did the artwork. In the photograph, part of the verbal message on the painting is not visible; it reads in its entirety “Earth without Art is just eh.” The art teacher is Katie Kasberg.


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This is one of the eye-catching paintings placed in empty storefront windows in downtown Sabina, thanks to the Sabina Lions Club and East Clinton High School Art Department students.

A couple downtown Sabina storefronts are less “eh” now that paintings by East Clinton High School art students are lending the empty buildings a visual boost.

In a joint effort to spruce up empty storefronts in downtown Sabina, the Sabina Lions Club and East Clinton High School Art Department’s Project Design Class students have displayed a couple paintings in windows downtown. The club purchased the paint, and the students did the artwork. In the photograph, part of the verbal message on the painting is not visible; it reads in its entirety “Earth without Art is just eh.” The art teacher is Katie Kasberg.

This is one of the eye-catching paintings placed in empty storefront windows in downtown Sabina, thanks to the Sabina Lions Club and East Clinton High School Art Department students.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_birds_p_f.jpgThis is one of the eye-catching paintings placed in empty storefront windows in downtown Sabina, thanks to the Sabina Lions Club and East Clinton High School Art Department students. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A couple downtown Sabina storefronts are less “eh” now that paintings by East Clinton High School art students are lending the empty buildings a visual boost.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_earth_in_p_f.jpgA couple downtown Sabina storefronts are less “eh” now that paintings by East Clinton High School art students are lending the empty buildings a visual boost. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

In a joint effort to spruce up empty storefronts in downtown Sabina, the Sabina Lions Club and East Clinton High School Art Department’s Project Design Class students have displayed a couple paintings in windows downtown. The club purchased the paint, and the students did the artwork. In the photograph, part of the verbal message on the painting is not visible; it reads in its entirety “Earth without Art is just eh.” The art teacher is Katie Kasberg.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_RGB_art_dept_p_f.jpgIn a joint effort to spruce up empty storefronts in downtown Sabina, the Sabina Lions Club and East Clinton High School Art Department’s Project Design Class students have displayed a couple paintings in windows downtown. The club purchased the paint, and the students did the artwork. In the photograph, part of the verbal message on the painting is not visible; it reads in its entirety “Earth without Art is just eh.” The art teacher is Katie Kasberg. Courtesy photo