It all started with a question:
What kind of paint works on asphalt?
That was the question posed to Candy Clark a local artist in Kimberling City. From that question came the beginning of flowers being painted on the asphalt trail from the front of the Kimberling Area Library.. to the gardens in the back.
"I like the creative process ... imagine, design and paint" says Candy. "The paintings are of common garden flowers, rose, pansy, bee balm, and some are wildflowers, columbine, wild pink and spiderwort. I picked them for a variety of color, shape and easily recognizable." Candy is a member of the Master Gardeners of the Ozarks and knows flowers. So the next time you are at the Kimberling Area Library take a moment and stroll on the path to the garden and see what a local artist has done.