Works by Scoggin-Myers to be on display through May at Hannibal Clinic

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The original works of Debra K. Scoggin-Myers, chair of the art and design department at Culver-Stockton College, are on display until the end of May as part of the Art For the Health of It exhibit at the Hannibal Clinic in Hannibal.

CANTON, Mo. – The original works of Debra K. Scoggin-Myers, chair of the art and design department at Culver-Stockton College, are on display until the end of May as part of the Art For the Health of It exhibit at the Hannibal Clinic in Hannibal.

Scoggin-Myers’ work consists of pastels and acrylics of people, dogs and landscapes within the Tri-State area. “My work is about our rural area and finding beauty in the small moments,” she said.

Art For The Health Of It was created as a year-round partnership between the Hannibal Arts Council and Hannibal Clinic. The exhibit series features works by local and area artists and may be viewed in the Clinic’s west entrance reception/waiting area.

Scoggin-Myers also is the curator of the Mabee Art Gallery at Culver-Stockton, where she has worked for eight years. She also spent 25 years at Highland High School and has taught art for more than 40 years.