The annual Pioneer Center show fills the Pump House Center for the Arts this month. March is Developmental Disabilities month, so art from students and adults with the Ross County Board of DD are on display.
Amy Beeler, Superintendent of the Pioneer Center and its allied facilities, says she is surprised by the creativity in the show. Melted crayons and bottle caps are some of the ingredients in the artwork.
She also says the artists get the sales from their work this year, to help incentivize their talents. The pieces are very affordable and are on display through March 28th.