Artwork from Ross County's Developmentally Disabled community fills the Pump House this month.
Patrick McFadden, Director of Communications for the Pioneer Center, said they wanted to avoid overwhelming the Center for the Arts this year.
Now they have only 98 works of art - most for sale, at reasonable prices. Money from sales of student artists goes to the Pioneers Booster Club, and adult artists get paid directly.
The show is up until March 26th.
Winners of votes for favorite art will be announced at an annual event at CHS later in March, which will also feature a film screening.
Kevin Coleman regularly reports on Chillicothe & Circleville councils and local culture