M.C. Riley Elementary School second-graders Luke Locascio, left, and Billy Fletcher work on their clay dinosaurs during a session Wednesday with visiting artist Marston Barnes of Simpsonville. Also known as "Mr. Potter," Barnes is at the school this week helping students create pottery projects. His visit is sponsored by the school's parent-teacher organization.
M.C. Riley Elementary School second-graders Luke Locascio, left, and Billy Fletcher work on their clay dinosaurs during a session Wednesday with visiting artist Marston Barnes of Simpsonville. Also known as "Mr. Potter," Barnes is at the school this week helping students create pottery projects. His visit is sponsored by the school's parent-teacher organization. Jay Karr/ The Island Packet
M.C. Riley Elementary School second-graders Luke Locascio, left, and Billy Fletcher work on their clay dinosaurs during a session Wednesday with visiting artist Marston Barnes of Simpsonville. Also known as "Mr. Potter," Barnes is at the school this week helping students create pottery projects. His visit is sponsored by the school's parent-teacher organization. Jay Karr/ The Island Packet

Hands-on art education

April 28, 2011 08:57 PM

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