Disabilities don’t diminish artistic creation | TheUnion.com

Disabilities don’t diminish artistic creation

View fascinating work by artists with developmental disabilities from the Neighborhood Center of the Arts – art that was inspired by Heifer International, a nonprofit that provides livestock to poor families worldwide. This art is on display at the South Pine Café, 102 N. Richardson St. in Grass Valley, today through Nov. 30, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.; 274-0261. Shown here is Wesley James’ depiction of one of the

animals. NCA artists are also showing work at

Java John’s, 306 Broad St. in Nevada City

through the month’s end and at the center’s

headquarters on Litton Drive in Grass Valley

through Nov. 21 (272-7287).

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