Art brings people together
Kluck, who fully supports the idea, says it’s a great way for kids to share what’s on their minds and in their hearts. “Kids are wondering, ‘Is there somebody out there who’s like I am?’” he said based on his 33 years of teaching. “People are sharing the same kinds of feelings. And they’re putting those feelings down in the (art) medium,” Kluck said. “It will allow someone to reach out to them, to connect with them on a clearer basis and to say: ‘Let’s work together to solve this issue,’” he said.
WCAA joins five other businesses on Maude Alley, including Milkweek, Tania’s Bliss Salon, Moody Road Studios bookstore and two new additions: Alley Whey Cheese Shoppe and The Joy of Art, a fine art framing and restoration business.
The WCAA Gallery’s hours are Thursdays through Saturdays 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 12 noon to 4 p.m.
For more about WCAA, visit WayneCountyArtsAlliance.org.