Outside Envy in Westerville magazine
From the November Westerville magazine
“Making art can be a highly rewarding creative outlet, and two Uptown business owners are working to make that creative outlet available to individuals who might not otherwise have access to it.
Kriss Rogers, owner of Outside Envy, displays and sells art items – some quite splashy – created in three different, unrelated programs for the mentally or developmentally disabled in her store at 15 N. State St.
Just around the corner at 7 W. Main St., artist David Myers recently hosted a summer exhibit in his Myers Art Studio of paintings created by his first class of Parkside Village residents. Parkside has more than 100 independent, assisted living and “memory care” seniors under its roof.
Read more at Westerville Magazine – November 2013.