Artists’ Work Displayed at RC&D
Marcella Donner’s favorite photo is of this lovely old country estate near the mountains.
The Northeast Nebraska Resource Conservation & Development (RC&D) Council currently has two artists displaying their work. The first is Shirley Hoffman of Plainview. Her Double Irish Chain quilt is fashioned out of plain pink and printed fabric. The other is an Earth Rhythms Pattern made of gold and a dark-colored print. This award-winning quilt received a blue ribbon from the Country Piecemakers Quilt Guild. The latter was given to Shirley’s granddaughter, Grace Hoffman for her 13th birthday in 2013.
Marcella Donner, Wausa, has many talents as an artist. Not only does she put glassware together for garden art and lamps, but she’s also a photographer. She very much enjoys taking pictures of flowers and country scenery. Marcella has even created photo collages as memory gifts upon request.
These displays can be seen at the RC&D office from 10am to 4:30pm Tuesdays through Thursdays. The public is welcome and encouraged to stop in. Everyone appreciates having their creations seen and enjoyed by others.
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