Saturday mornings are for self-expression


A review was held Saturday as a wrap-up to the six-session Saturday Mornings at The Murphy, a summer arts program offering student artists a chance to learn and practice a variety of art forms. This summer the art forms were splatter paint, storybook illustration, bottle cap art, paper art, ukulele, and dance. In the photograph five young artists present a dance on the Murphy Theatre stage for the people attending the art review. Guest artists for the series were Hal Shunk, Debbie Hook, Marty Tuplin, Diane Murphy, Kim Merritt, Starla Wood, Natasha Baylor and Cole Haugh.


Gary Huffenberger | News Journal

A review was held Saturday as a wrap-up to the six-session Saturday Mornings at The Murphy, a summer arts program offering student artists a chance to learn and practice a variety of art forms. This summer the art forms were splatter paint, storybook illustration, bottle cap art, paper art, ukulele, and dance. In the photograph five young artists present a dance on the Murphy Theatre stage for the people attending the art review. Guest artists for the series were Hal Shunk, Debbie Hook, Marty Tuplin, Diane Murphy, Kim Merritt, Starla Wood, Natasha Baylor and Cole Haugh.

A review was held Saturday as a wrap-up to the six-session Saturday Mornings at The Murphy, a summer arts program offering student artists a chance to learn and practice a variety of art forms. This summer the art forms were splatter paint, storybook illustration, bottle cap art, paper art, ukulele, and dance. In the photograph five young artists present a dance on the Murphy Theatre stage for the people attending the art review. Guest artists for the series were Hal Shunk, Debbie Hook, Marty Tuplin, Diane Murphy, Kim Merritt, Starla Wood, Natasha Baylor and Cole Haugh.
http://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/08/web1_murph_p_f.jpgA review was held Saturday as a wrap-up to the six-session Saturday Mornings at The Murphy, a summer arts program offering student artists a chance to learn and practice a variety of art forms. This summer the art forms were splatter paint, storybook illustration, bottle cap art, paper art, ukulele, and dance. In the photograph five young artists present a dance on the Murphy Theatre stage for the people attending the art review. Guest artists for the series were Hal Shunk, Debbie Hook, Marty Tuplin, Diane Murphy, Kim Merritt, Starla Wood, Natasha Baylor and Cole Haugh. Gary Huffenberger | News Journal
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