Melissa Henry always loved to draw and has a card box full of tiny drawings she has kept over the years as the basis for her models. Many of those doodles on church bulletins have turned into scale models of the buildings she loves.
“Melissa has a great attention to detail and a great ability to see things as a three-dimensional shape,” Nathan Prewitt said. “Maybe most artists have that ability, but most ordinary people do not.”
Her grandmother, China Ray Prewitt, said Melissa has “amazed us so much.” Continue reading
I took Aunt Margie Pepper and my mother-in-law, Sandra Sisson, to my tour of Melissa’s Museum today in Eupora. Melissa Henry is deaf and has an extraordinary mind. She love architecture and creates cardboard replicas of some of her favorite places to read about or visit.