Jacqualine Fitzgerald, director of Downtown Development with the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance, stands with the colorful suspended chairs she placed on the wall of a building at the corner of Main and Columbus streets in Kenton.
Fitzgerald purchased five antique chairs from vendor John Sieg in Mount Victory and bought spray paint from Ace Hardware before completing the project with plants from New Leaf Garden Center.
“If these colored chairs make someone smile, then it is worth it,” Fitzgerald said. She hopes the art form becomes popular throughout the county. “I would love to see other walls decorated. It doesn’t need to be with chairs,” she said.