An exhibit at the N.C. Museum of History of paintings and sculptures by wounded warriors has been so popular it will get an extended run.
The works, created by soldiers at Fort Bragg and marines at Camp Lejeune as part of art therapy workshops at the two North Carolina bases, will remain on exhibit through April 1. They are presented in conjunction with the American Red Cross.
“We are thrilled that the art has been well-received by the public and know that it touches the hearts of many active-duty military members, their families and veterans who walk through the museum’s doors,”
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