Ink Stomp is an exhibit showcasing the abilities of people with special needs. Over 25 participants from the Lynnwood High School Life Skills Program and All Aboard Activity Center in Everett came together with the help of many volunteers and experienced the joy of creating in community.
Doing art on this grand scale, using large muscle groups instead of small muscle groups enables persons of all disabilities to feel empowered to create.
Special thanks to:
Schack Art Center
Alderwood Community Church
Ink Stomp was made possible because of the hard work of Mary Peterson, Shannon Danks and Betsy Best-Spadaro.