Waynesville Resident Leads Interesting Crafting Weekly at Quaker Heights.

Waynesville Resident Leads Interesting Crafting Weekly By Beth Anspach of Dayton Daily News.

After moving to Waynesville from Cincinnati two years ago, Kate Worley wanted to share her talents with the local community.

“I’ve been an artist for as long as I can remember,” Worley said. “My father was a professional photographer and my mother was an interior designer so creativity and art have always been a part of my life.”

Worley’s specialty is watercolor but she also works in some mixed media, including acrylic and stained glass. After retiring from her job as a mail carrier, Worley wanted to concentrate more on her art and opened an art studio in her Waynesville home.

What she does: Worley approached the staff of the Quaker Heights Care Community in Waynesville to see if they would be interested in having her work with seniors on art projects. Though Quaker Heights has both independent and assisted living residents, Worley mostly works with the assisted living group. For the whole story click http://www.daytondailynews.com/search/?q=kate+worley&type=