A local library creates artwork and hides them around the community. The Anniston-Calhoun County Public Library opened its doors to painters of all kinds. Each artist was encouraged to create a beautiful work of art, as part of the libraries Art Abandonment program.
After the paintings were completed, they were then hidden around the community. Head of Youth Services Abigail Hubbard says each work of art is meant to brighten someone’s day.
Hubbard says this is the final session in the Art Abandonment Program. The library has held two different classes encouraging people to paint rocks and create jewelry, then go out and hide them around the community. Hubbard says this program helps people to be creative and make the community a little brighter.