Sherman County Historical Society and Museum
Open Daily 10 until 5 May through October
|Contact: Sherry Kaseberg
News release. June 10, 2002
Sherman High School art students are the June featured Artists of the Month at the Sherman County Historical Museum in Moro. Jeanney McArthur, Art Coordinator, and Barbara Weedman, teacher, proudly present the work of their students.
Work in pen and ink is shown by Bob Danielson, Donna Browning, Frankie Welk, KC Lissman and Codi Stroud. Colored pencil is a medium of choice for Katie Ketchum, Amanda Justesen, Brandi von Borstel, Breanne Miller, Megan Fritts, Taylor Morris, Bryce Olsen, George Grigsby, Anna Moore, Frankie Welk, Codi Stroud, Kayla Mace and Donna Browning. Megan Stone, Marci Bird and Jenna Bird created block prints.
Jenna Mersy produced a cut paper design, and Cassie Parker a charcoal drawing. Megan Stone, Suzi Fritts, Cassie Parker and Kolby Burnett worked with collage.Water colors by Amanda Justesen, Katie Ketchum and Jenna Mersy is exhibited. Work in pencil is displayed by Kit Hill, Taylor Morris and Andy Thompson.
Marci Bird, Devin Wooderson, Amanda Justesen and Codi Stroud worked in pastels. Ceramic masks were created by Jerika Helgeson, Kit Hill, Andy Thompson, Kayla Mace, Cassie Parker, Bryce Olsen, Codi Stroud and Jenna Bird.
The Museum is open daily from 10-5. There is no charge for Sherman County citizens during June, and no charge for visitors to The Museum Store, the Artist Series Exhibitions or the Visitor Center. Fathers accompanied by their children will be admitted free of charge on Father's Day. For more information, call 541-565-3232.