Olive Springs School, District #2, Was Built In 1885 And Is The Oldest Country School House On Its Original Location In McPherson County. The Building Was Used As A School Until 1947. From Then Until The Forsbergs Restored It In 1977, It Was Used For Storing Hay And Machinery. It Is Now A Unique Art Gallery Displaying The Paintings And Prints Of Maleta Forsberg As Well As Memorabilia Of The Country School Era. The Artwork Displayed Consists Of Landscapes, Florals, And Wildlife Paintings Plus Limited Editions Prints And Note Cards. Maleta's Award Winning Paintings Have Been Selected For Numerous Juried And Invitational One Person Shows And Features In National And Regional Publications. The Gallery Is Located 7 Miles East Of The I-135 Exit #72 Or 3 Miles West Of Roxbury At The Corner Of Smoky Valley Road & 24 Avenue. Visitors Welcome By Appointment.
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