The Seward Prevention Coalition and the Evergreen Assisted Living Home hosted an unusual artist and her team this past Thursday. The project is 100 STONE, and the project leader is Sarah Davies. Dot Bardarson had sent me an e-mail and suggested I write an article about this project, and, after I made a frantic phone call, Sarah Davies graciously agreed to come to Cover to Cover so I could participate in an interview. The store was busy and in preparation for the interview, a set of journalistic questions rested atop the dog-eared writing pad. Sarah arrived in overalls covered with dried plaster, a big smile, and a jaunty hat. We then sat down to chat.
Those who follow the First Friday art walks have no doubt noticed an addition to the art gallery scene in Seward. Eight Arms Printing Company opened its retail store and art gallery at 426 4th Ave. three months ago, and owner Toni Henderson said she plans to keep the First Friday fun going through the winter months with themed art shows.
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