The Lost Boys of Sudan, orphans who came to the United States from their war-torn country a few years ago, have proved to be quick studies in learning American ways.
But a number of them returned to memories of their former lives when they began making little animals out of clay, a childhood pastime. You can see the menagerie they’ve created at 3TEN HAUSTUDIO, at 310 Peters Street, through June 10. The animals are charming little things-mostly cattle, but also zebras,elephants, goats and giraffes, painted in acrylics, oil pastels, crayons and/or markers.
All proceeds go directly to the individual young men. Open by appointment.
— Catherine Fox for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Sunday, June 2, 2002