Danbury student art on Healing Wall at Magruder Hospital

Jan 15, 2020 | Around Ottawa County | 0 comments

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This work of art created by a student from Danbury High School is among 36 being displayed on The Healing Wall at Magruder Hospital in Port Clinton.

The Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council is celebrating the work of students from Danbury High School in the current exhibition at The Healing Wall at Magruder Hospital. The gallery is located near the radiology department on the south side of the hospital, 615 Fulton St., Port Clinton.

A total of 36 pieces of art from students of the Danbury Local School System will be featured. The works are on sale for $20 each. All of the proceeds will go to a health-related organization of the school’s choice.

The theme of the exhibition is “Healing from Illness.” The works will be displayed until sometime in February, when a similar exhibition of work by students in the Port Clinton City School District will be displayed.

The exhibits were organized with help from high school teachers Jane Letterhos at Danbury and Gwen Harkelroad of Port Clinton. For information, email the arts council at ottawacountyarts@gmail.com.

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