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  • Video: Meet the artists in the "Home Is Where the Art Is" program

    Homeless artists showed more than 100 pieces of their artwork Thursday at a special free show in the Columbus State University Corn Center for the Visual Arts. The work was available for purchase, with artists receiving 80 percent of the proceeds from the sale of their work and 20 percent will be donated to SafeHouse. The artists do their work once a week in a “Home Is Where the Art Is” program begun by noted artist Bo Bartlett. Local artists and students guide and assist homeless individuals to create their own unique pieces of art. They paint at the SafeHouse of Columbus a resource center located in the Rose Hill United Methodist Church. The facility is a program of the Chattahoochee Valley Jail Ministry of which Neil Richardson is executive director.

Video: Meet the artists in the "Home Is Where the Art Is" program

Homeless artists showed more than 100 pieces of their artwork Thursday at a special free show in the Columbus State University Corn Center for the Visual Arts. The work was available for purchase, with artists receiving 80 percent of the proceeds from the sale of their work and 20 percent will be donated to SafeHouse. The artists do their work once a week in a “Home Is Where the Art Is” program begun by noted artist Bo Bartlett. Local artists and students guide and assist homeless individuals to create their own unique pieces of art. They paint at the SafeHouse of Columbus a resource center located in the Rose Hill United Methodist Church. The facility is a program of the Chattahoochee Valley Jail Ministry of which Neil Richardson is executive director.
Mike Haskey mhaskey@ledger-enquirer.com