Ashley (l.) and Carlton (r.), are art students at Oak Hill School. Submitted photos
The Sylvia Davis Patricelli Fine Arts Scholarship Non-Profit Foundation has made a donation to the Oak Hill School Special Education Art Department, which will be used to purchase a variety of materials to provide inspiration and creative stimulus to students who find imagination a constructive part of their therapy program.
The foundation was established in memory of Sylvia Davis Patricelli, an internationally acclaimed portrait painter from Australia whose first exhibition in the U.S. was sponsored by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, WTIC and the Wadsworth Athenium. To hear Mrs. Roosevelt’s speech at the opening ceremonies, visit sylvadavisart.org, and consider making a donation.