Four new artfully-painted wine barrel planters are adding color and style to the downtown Dayton streetscape. Local resident and DCDA super-volunteer Teresa Shelburne spearheaded this Dayton Community Development Association project. Teresa, an interior designer by trade, coordinated all aspects of the project, including acquiring the barrels, plants and materials as well as recruiting local volunteer artists. Businesses and building owners along Ferry Street graciously agreed to host and water the planters in front of their buildings. Each wine barrel is artistically painted with themes honoring Dayton’s agricultural heritage and planted with flowering and evergreen plants such as camellias and rosemary. The artists are Kylie Spivey, Heidi Lindell, Karol Crowder, and Jeannie Putman. The wine barrels and plants were generously donated by Stoller Family Estate, Red Ridge Farms and French Prairie Perennials. Look for more barrels to be added in coming months.