Cedar Hill artists on display at library
Published 12:00 am Friday, February 28, 2003
The artists at Cedar Hill Assisted Living Center are at it again.
The men and women who have discovered the joys of painting late in life will be the featured artists at the Selma-Dallas Public Library during March.
Their paintings will be put up on March 3 and will stay up through the month.
Their teacher, Evelyn Youngblood, 90, said that the Selma Art Council is sponsoring the exhibit.
There will be oils, acrylics, watercolors and other mediums there.
There are 10 people in the class, nine women and one man. Most of them have clothes older than some of the people in Selma. But their artwork is becoming well recognized around the city. The class hosted its second art show in August 2002 and it has since become an annual event.