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Posted on: July 5, 2023

Albatross folk art from Storybook Trail presented at City Hall


In June, the Clarksville Arts & Heritage Council, in partnership with Clarksville Parks & Recreation, unveiled the first of their Storybook Trails at Bel-Aire Park on Marie Drive.

The featured book, "Wisdom: The Midway Albatross," written by Darcy Patterson, follows the life and survival of, Wisdom, the oldest bird in the world, whose age has been documented with banding. The book is illustrated by Clarksville native Kitty Harvill, with the illustrations reproduced in panels along the trail.

On Wednesday, July 5, the Albatross depicted in folk art was presented in the office of Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts. Artists have more than 150 hours invested in the work which is made entirely of recycled materials.

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