During Memorial Day weekend, Slate Gray Gallery hosted “Brush for a Buck,” a collaborative community painting event with proceeds earmarked for the Kerrville Festival of the Arts Scholarship Initiative. Over a three-day period, more than 50 members of the community stopped by the gallery at 235 Earl Garrett St. to contribute to the effort with “a buck and some brushstrokes.”

Last week, artist Karen Freeman, who facilitated the May fundraiser, completed the work, which is titled “Between Water and Main.”

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