Last updated: June 06. 2014 6:54PM - 1075 Views
By Melanie Yingst



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TROY, OHIO – Local artist, Christina Gluck, will be facilitating a community art project during the Troy Strawberry Festival from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, at the Mayflower Arts Center.


Festival goers are invited to stop in and help create a community painting that will capture the wonderful spirit of the Troy Strawberry Festival and beautiful downtown Troy.


All ages and skill levels are welcomed and encouraged to leave their mark!


All materials will be supplied and it is free and open to the public for participation. The completed canvas will be displayed in the Mayflower Arts Center and auctioned later this summer.


Christina Gluck, a local artisan, who prefers to work with mixed media and recycled materials. She is a former art educator of 19 years and holds a Master’s of Fine Arts Degree from the Art Academy of Cincinnati and a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts Degree from the University of Cincinnati.


Gluck is a member of the Ohio Art Education Association and The Country Workshop in Troy, Ohio.


For more information about the Mayflower Arts Center, visit www.MayflowerArtsCenter.com or ‘Like’ Mayflower Arts Center on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @MayflowerArts.

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